Grade II Listed and unique this 14th century grade II listed character property is set in the plot which approaches two thirds of an acre. This wonderful period property has exposed beams and a piece of world history with the blue plaque on the wall of the property which commemorates the life of Rober Lochner who lived at this property until 1965. The property is located in a popular village of Hammer on the outskirts of Haslemere.
The entrance hallway has steps leading up to the sitting room which has many period features including exposed beams and an open inglenook fireplace. There is a door to the family bathroom and to the right of the property there is a dining room, kitchen /breakfast room and stairs leading up to two generous sized bedrooms. A hidden staircase behind the fireplace in the sitting room leads you upstairs to the master bedroom and another bedroom leading on from that.
Outside the property there is a beautiful large mature garden with a wide variety of trees, shrubs and lawned areas. There is also a garden pond and driveway parking for several vehicles.
NOTE: Japenese knotweed has been identified in and around the furthest edge of the pond on the boundary with neighbouring land.Hammer & Surroundings:
Located on the edge of the South Downs National Park, Hammer is a small hamlet on the outskirts of Haslemere. Within 1.5 miles of Haslemere’s mainline station and 2 miles of the A3 trunk road Hammer is an ideal position for those wanting to enjoy a semi- rural position close to National Trust land whilst the convenience of travel links and town centre.
Haslemere is a thriving market town and offers a wide and varied range of shopping facilities with many multiple and individual stores. There is a vast array of restaurants catering for most tastes, a range of coffee houses and the town is ideally located for the commuter with fast links to the airports and a station on the Portsmouth Waterloo line giving access to London in approximately 55 minutes.
Haslemere is particularly well served with schools that are within walking distance and recreational facilities include The Herons Leisure Centre with its squash courts, gym and swimming pools and the South Coast is approximately 25 miles distant.Agents Note:
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