The Property Partnership are delighted to offer this wonderfully spacious detached house with garage, off-street-parking and a 100 foot south-facing garden, ideally located in the sought after village of Lower Bourne.
This flexible home offers well-balanced accommodation over three floors. Approached via an area of off-street-parking with space for several cars, the ground floor comprises an entrance hall, sitting room, WC, kitchen and an open-plan dining room/conservatory with views over the garden. The integral garage can be accessed internally, while there is also a utility room, office and a large attached workshop accessible from the garden. The first floor provides four bedrooms, all with integrated storage, and a family bathroom. A superb double bedroom suite makes up the second floor, with an adjoining shower room, walk-in wardrobe and balcony with views over the garden. The rear garden is of particular note, extending to one hundred feet and predominantly laid to lawn with mature bushes and established vegetable beds.
The property represents a genuine rarity in terms of its detached nature, size and garden, with the potential to enjoy in its current form or update/extend (subject to the necessary consents) to a buyers own taste.
Located to the south of Farnham, Lower Bourne is an extremely popular village served by a local shop/post office, chemist, doctors surgery, cricket club and several pubs. Bourne Woods provides wonderful walks close by, with much of the local area available to enjoy and explore c/o the National Trust. There are abundant opportunities to enjoy the Surrey Hills AONB, from walking and riding, to golf and sailing on Frensham Great Pond. The area is also known for the strength of its schools, both state and independent, and including South Farnham, Weydon secondary school, Edgeborough, Frensham Heights and Barfield.
Characterised by its cobbled streets and elegant Georgian architecture, historic Farnham is a former market town on the Surrey/Hampshire border, that perfectly blends its characterful setting with a thriving cultural, sporting and culinary scene. Just thirty-five miles south-west of London and home to a University of the Creative Arts, this 'craft' town is known for its entrepreneurial spirit, with regular farmers markets championing local produce and many independent shops and cafes lining its gently bustling mews. Farnham mainline station provides a direct service into Waterloo in less than an hour. The M3/A3 area both within easy reach.
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