Liphook

Guide Price £325,000

Set on a quiet cul-de-sac this generously proportioned two-bedroom terraced bungalow benefiting from a garage sits in a well-regarded location just over half a mile to Liphook village centre.

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Features

  • Quiet cul-de-sac location
  • Terraced bungalow
  • Two bedrooms
  • Sitting room opening to garden
  • Fully fitted kitchen
  • Fitted bathroom with walk in bath
  • South facing garden
  • Within walking distance of village centre

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Description

Set on a quiet cul-de-sac this generously proportioned two-bedroom terraced bungalow benefiting from a garage sits in a well-regarded location just over half a mile to Liphook village centre.

Bright and airy throughout the sitting/dining room sit over the rear of the property with doors out to the enclosed rear garden. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of eye and base level units overlooks the garden.

Both bedrooms are double in size have a pleasant front aspect with the principal bedroom having inbuilt storage.

The front garden enjoys a mixture of raised and lower-level shrubs providing even privacy to the front bedrooms. While the South facing rear garden is beautifully landscaped with an abundance of flowers and shrubs.

Liphook & Surroundings:

Having grown from a coaching stop on the London to Portsmouth journey in the 1800’s, Liphook is now a thriving village situated on the three counties borders. The property occupies a convenient central position in Liphook which offers local facilities including a Sainsbury’s supermarket, two doctors’ surgeries, chemist and local stores.

The railway station services the Portsmouth/London Waterloo main line, whilst Liphook is located with easy access to the recently improved A3 providing good transport links to the south coast and Guildford and London to the north.

The surrounding countryside is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, much of which is under the ownership of the National Trust or within the South Downs National Park and is within walking distance of Radford Park as it follows the winding River Wey with a number of trails and large grassed area for recreation.

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