Highfield Crescent, Hindhead

Guide Price £650,000

PRICE GUIDE £650,000-£700,000

OPEN HOUSE 12th DECEMBER

An opportunity to capture the imagination, this four-bedroom 1930’s detached family home sits in a quiet no through road location with potential to improve and extend subject to planning permission.

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4

bedrooms

1

bathroom

2

receptions

Features

  • Attractive 1930's detached house
  • Potential to extend STPP
  • Four bedrooms
  • Sitting room
  • Fully fitted kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Generous front and rear gardens
  • Driveway, parking and integral garage

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Description

An opportunity to capture the imagination, this four-bedroom 1930’s detached family home sits in a quiet no through road location with potential to improve and extend subject to planning permission.

Within a stone’s throw of the Devils Punchbowl at Hindhead, this impressive family home offers generously proportioned accommodation featuring a pleasant front aspect sitting room, the kitchen is fully fitted with a range of eye and base level units and offers scope to incorporate the kitchen and dining room which would create a generous dual aspect room. The ground floor is completed by a downstairs w.c. and pantry.

The first floor provides four bedrooms, three of which offer a front aspect. The bathroom is fully fitted with a white suite although could benefit from updating.

Outside the property provides generous gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with various mature shrubs and hedging with the front providing drive with access to the garage.

Hindhead & Surroundings:

Nestled between acres of National Trust land and open heathland, Beacon Hill village offers a wonderful fusion of the larger towns of Farham and Haslemere with the smaller outlying rural village offering conveniences including playing fields, Hindhead Golf Club, local shops and restaurants, dentists, pharmacy, churches and a range of highly rated state and private schools.

The larger towns of Farnham and Haslemere are within a short driving distance, both with high street shopping, vast array of restaurants catering for most tastes and a range of coffee houses with both towns ideally located for the commuter with fast links to the airports and main-line rail connections to London in under an hour. Access to the A3 is just a few minutes away, with dual carriageways leading to London and Portsmouth.

Agents Note:

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