Forming the wing of a converted Victorian school house, is this imposing three double bedroom family home. The property is located in the quintessential village of Hascombe, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and enjoys a quiet, peaceful location benefiting from outstanding views towards the village pond and surrounding countryside.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors with the entrance hall on the ground floor leading to a third double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs there is a large landing with logia used as an alternative entrance and a generously proportioned sitting room centered around an open fire and offering attractive westerly views. The kitchen/dining room has a range of country style eye and base level units with integrated cooker, hob and inset sink/drainer and boasts an attractive parquet floor. On the first floor there are two further double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes, with the master bedroom offering a separate shower.
The property is approached via a communal driveway that leads to a parking area at the foot of the development. From the upper entrance door there is a courtyard area and space for a shed. The main garden is set on a lower terrace, with a large patio area stepping down to a lower garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature hedges and shrubs to borders.
Hascombe is a pretty and historic village surrounded by some wonderful countryside ideal for walking and riding, with a cricket green, village pond and beautiful church, as well as the White Horse public house. The nearby market town of Godalming has a picturesque and historic High Street with an excellent array of shops, bars, restaurants, as well as three superstores. The main line railway station is close to the town centre and provides direct services into London Waterloo in approximately 47 minutes. The A3 is approximately 2 miles from the town centre, linking with the M25 and London’s airports, which are approximately 45 minutes by car.
There is an excellent selection of schools in the area that cater for most ages and denominations, both in the public and private sectors, and good leisure facilities including swimming pools and health clubs, golf courses at Milford, Chiddingfold and Hurtmore while South Coast beaches are around 30 miles away. Guildford town, with its cobbled High Street, has a multitude of mainstream shops, cinemas and theatres and is approximately 4 miles from Godalming, for which there are direct bus and train connections