A spectacular and secluded three-bedroom detached period home, nestled in a picturesque location, a short walk of village shops and restaurants and National Trust land.

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  • Detached character home
  • Master bedroom
  • Charming character features
  • Two further bedrooms
  • Sitting Room with
  • Bathroom
  • Dining Room & Conservatory
  • Driveway parking for 3 to 4 vehicles
  • Modern Kitchen
  • Detached garage

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A spectacular and secluded three-bedroom detached period home, nestled in a picturesque location, a short walk of village shops and restaurants and National Trust land.

Property was built in 1926/1927 following design by respected Arts and Crafts architect Blunden Shadbolt. He was known for the use of recycled materials from other properties.

The spacious and bright 20’7 living room feature charming period features including beamed ceilings, feature fireplace and elegant double doors to the front garden, filling the room with natural light. The south facing kitchen has been recently updated with modern units and integrated appliances including a touch screen hob. The kitchen leads to a dining room and a stunning conservatory, marvelling in the picturesque views of the surrounding gardens.

The first floor is complete with the double aspect master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and access to eves, two further double bedrooms and a three-piece family bathroom with a bath and a separate w/c.

The gardens are an exquisite feature with landscaped gardens to the front and side. The front garden features a large lawned area with flowers and plant borders and driveway with for three to four vehicles. The side garden is enclosed and landscaped with shrubs, mature trees and a patio area next to the conservatory, perfect for long summer days and entertaining. There is a detached garage.

Additional Property Details:
Council Tax Band: F
Local Authority: Waverly
Services: Mains Gas, Electric & Drainage
Tenure: Freehold
Lease Length: N/A
Service Charge: N/A
Ground Rent: N/A

Hindhead & Surroundings:
Nestled between acres of National Trust land and open heathland, Beacon Hill village offers a wonderful fusion of the larger towns of Farnham 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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