Opportunity to create a new home in about 11 acres - Existing dwelling of 4,673 sq ft - 5 reception rooms - 6 bedrooms - 3 bathrooms - Detached double garage with 1 bedroom annexe - Driveway - South facing tree top views - EPC E 54
Creech House is well situated on the Surrey/Hampshire border with the nearby villages Churt, Beacon Hill and Grayshott providing for everyday needs with local shops, Post Offices, cafes, doctors and dentists. Nearby are the attractive old market towns of Haslemere and Farnham, both providing a good selection of amenities, shops and restaurants. A greater choice of shopping, recreational and cultural pursuits are available at the county town of Guildford. There is good access to the A3, the M25 and national motorway network as well as Heathrow, Gatwick and Southampton airports. There are mainline stations at Haslemere and Farnham both providing a good service to London Waterloo within an hour.
There are some excellent local schools including St John Infant School in Churt, Beacon Hill Primary, Grayshott Primary School, Woolmer Hill Secondary School in Haslemere, St Edmunds, Amesbury and the Royal School in Hindhead and Frensham Heights, Edgborough and More House in Frensham. Recreational activities within reach include golf at a number of local clubs including Hindhead and Hankley, racket sports at The Bourne club and sailing is also available at Frensham Ponds. There is some delightful countryside to explore including footpaths through the Golden Valley directly accessible from the house. Further walking, cycling and riding is available in the local beautiful countryside which include the Devils Punch Bowl, the lakes and woodland around Waggoners Wells, Bramshott Common, Frensham Great and Little Ponds and Hankley Common.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
Creech House provides an opportunity to create a substantial home within about 11 acres. The property is approached by a driveway arriving at the centre of the plot which is largely level enjoying glorious south facing tree top views providing an excellent blank canvas to place a new family home.
There is an existing dwelling understood to have been built in the 1920s, which is habitable and provides comfortable family accommodation. The ground floor of the property comprises a reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, family room, study, family kitchen cloakroom and utility room. The first floor accommodates principal bedroom with en suite, five further bedrooms, wc and a family bathroom. There is also a detached double garage where there is an 1 bedroom annexe and room for a gym or home office.
Services; Mains water, gas and electricity. Mains gas central heating. Private drainage.
Local Authority; Waverley Borough Council