- An immaculate, end of terrace 3-bedroom house in an Edwardian style.
- Well-proportioned bedrooms, with an exceptionally well-equipped master bedroom on the top floor.
- One of just a handful of properties, built in 2008.
- The agent notes the quality of the development, with the planted trees, tucked away location, tasteful characterful styling amongst other properties, and surrounding countryside with pine forests and open views over the South Downs as you drive in.
- Two parking spaces, one located underneath a car port to the flank of the house.
- Brand new boiler installed 2018, giving further energy efficiency over the original unit.
- Built in fridge, freezer and dishwasher, also a washing machine.
- Exceptionally easy access to the A3, yet far enough away not to be noticed.
- French doors out onto the garden, itself with a delightful south facing green outlook, that have integrated pull down blinds-a subtle yet effective addition.
Silver Birch Mews is an especially pleasant Edwardian styled house, in the charming village of Greatham, Hampshire. Built in 2008, the house has been well cared for in our client’s time in residence.
The property is of note in that in has two parking spaces (one covered) and is tucked away toward the South end of the development, that does indeed mean its garden, also faces South with a very green outlook.
We have also been advised by our clients, they have an allotment in the village, and are happy to discuss the options with a potential buyer to take it over. Please note this is not included in the sale.
Greatham is a small hampshire village, with a population of approximately 800 people, located just off the A3 and the A325 between the junctions for Liphook and Liss. The village is situated approximately 6 miles north of Petersfield, 10 miles south of Farnham and 8 miles east of Alton.
Greatham Primary School, which caters for around 200 pupils from the village and surrounding areas, has a large modern extension, housing a new hall, offices and library. Opposite the village school is the Village Hall, with The Village Nursery School attached to it. The village hall is adjacent to the recreation area, which contains a football field, and two playgrounds, catering for young and old children. The village hall and adjacent playing field are the venues for many of the events organised by the Greatham Village Events Committee (GVEC), including the annual fun day, summer ball and the bonfire/fireworks party.
There is a popular village pub, The Greatham Inn, which is located about half way through the village. It has a main bar area and a terraced beer garden to the rear of the premises. Towards the south end of the village is the Old Church, which dates back to the 13th century. The only remaining part of this church is the chancel, which includes a tomb of some historical value. The present church, the Church of St. John the Baptist, was built in 1875, and lies opposite the Old Church. More comprehensive amenities are available in the nearby towns of Alton, Liphook and Petersfield all with mainline stations with services into London Waterloo. The A3 now benefitting from the Hindhead tunnel provides access to the South Coast, Guildford, London and the surrounding countryside with its areas of outstanding natural beauty, which provide many opportunities for outdoor pursuits. The local area has a good supply of local golf courses that include Blackmoor, Old Thorns and Liphook and excellent schools in the vicinity including Bohunt, Bedales School, Churcher's College and Ditcham Park School.