A modern, cottage style home, with two double bedrooms which are served by a family bathroom, a large lounge/dining room, a downstairs toilet, a kitchen with plenty of cupboards and surface space as well as having gas radiator heating and an allocated parking space. There is also neutral décor and modern flooring throughout the property. There is a pretty front garden with a pathway leading either side of lawn and borders. The rear garden has a full width paved patio area which then leads to a lawn that is enclosed by panel fencing. There is a gate which leads to an allocated parking space.
The property is positioned in the heart of Hindhead village and is only minutes’ walk from National Trust land at The Devils Punchbowl and local shops including stores and food take aways. Hindhead was once the haunt of Highwaymen and only became a prosperous village in Victorian times, when the railway brought visitors to explore the unspoilt heath land and the Devils Punch Bowl. Hindhead is situated on the Hampshire/Surrey border with the village of Grayshott and the commuter town of Halsemere both short distances away. Both have welcoming and active communities with bustling High Streets with a number of pubs, eateries and coffee shops in situ as well as well known and independent retailers. Haslemere has a mainline station on the Waterloo to Portsmouth line, with trains reaching the capital in around an hour.