The Property Partnership are delighted to offer to the market this well presented and spacious four bedroom chalet style family home which is ideally located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Headley Down.
The property has been thoughtfully extended to present spacious living accommodation and a stylish outdoor living area alongside an enviable location in Headley Down, bounded on two sides by Ludshott Common, a National Trust heathland reserve.
This immaculately presented two-storey property is characterised by incredibly generous lateral space. The ground floor comprises a spacious entrance hall, two reception rooms currently used as a bedroom and family room, a down stairs wet room, a WC, utility room, a sitting room complete with log burner and an impressive and beautifully light kitchen-diner. Both the family sitting room and the kitchen-diner have French doors which open out onto the landscaped garden.
On the first floor, there are three spacious bedrooms, the master bedroom and then two further double bedrooms and a recently refurbished family bathroom. The landscaped garden is of particular note, with plenty of space for outdoor entertaining, and featuring a generous lawn.
Just beyond this quiet cul-de-sac, accessed via a bridleway lies Ludshott Common, one of the largest remaining areas of heathland in East Hampshire. The locally renowned Waggoners Wells is also very close, set amongst woodland in a steep valley situated between Ludshott Common to the north west and Bramshott Common to the south east.
This charming family property will appeal to anyone seeking a peaceful residential location which is also close to a vibrant and well-connected village community within minutes of some of the most picturesque countryside Surrey has to offer. The award-winning village of Grayshott nestles amidst beautiful national trust countryside on the north-east Hampshire, surrey border and enjoys easy access to an array of pursuits, from sailing at Frensham Pond, golf at nearby Hindhead, walks around the Devils Punchbowl, Frensham Ponds and Common, Bourne Woods and Alice Holt. The village maintains a thriving community and is incredibly well served with its church and village hall, nursery and school, post office, pub and selection of local artisan shops. A regular bus service connects the roughly equidistant towns of Farnham and Haslemere, with both offering regular services into London Waterloo from their mainline stations. The A3 London/Portsmouth road is approximately one mile away with access to London and the coast.
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