Offering bids in excess of £700,000 is this well presented detached four bedroom house situated within one of the area’s most desirable and prestigious localities and boasting spacious accommodation throughout.
The large entrance hall leads to all of the principle rooms on the ground floor. There is a dual aspect sitting room with feature fireplace, bay window, and doors leading to the conservatory, which enjoys views across the pretty landscaped gardens.
Similarly to the conservatory, the dining room, a kitchen/breakfast room enjoy views out to the landscaped gardens. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a utility room, which leads in to a double integral garage, a study and a W/C.
Upstairs, all four of the bedrooms are well proportioned for family living, three of which have built in wardrobe storage. Of particular note is the master bedroom which spans the depth of the house. It has a dual aspect, allowing an abundance of natural light to fill the room. There are cleverly fitted wardrobes providing ample storage, as well as an ensuite shower room. The remainder of the bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom.
Outside, the rear garden is private and enclosed, beautifully maintained and level. It is mainly laid to lawn and with mature shrubbery borders adding to the privacy that can be enjoyed here. There is a gate to the rear providing access to the road adjacent, and National Trust walks beyond. The front of the property hosts a large driveway providing off street parking for several vehicles, and is also well screened by mature trees and shrubbery.
Situated on the Hampshire/Surrey border, the villages of Grayshott and Hindhead offer attractive and desirable locations with a welcoming and active communities. Grayshott has a bustling High Street and square with a number of eateries and coffee shops in situ as well as well-known and independent retailers. There are many social clubs, doctors and dentist practises as well as schools. Hindhead has an outstanding network of walks and outside areas, with the Devils Punch Bowl and Golden Valley. The nearby town of Haslemere has a mainline station on the Waterloo to Portsmouth line, with trains reaching the capital in under an hour.