High Street, Headley, Hampshire, GU35
Guide Price £800,000
4 bedroom Detached House for sale: High Street, Headley, Hampshire, GU35
Guide Price £800,000
- Grade II Listed period home
- Exposed beams throughout
- Master bedroom with en-suite shower room
- Two/three further bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Three reception rooms
- Fitted kitchen
- Spacious reception hall
- Downstairs cloakroom
A STUNNING CHARACTER HOUSE boasting a wealth of charming period features and intriguing history. One of the area's landmark homes, this fine period property dates back to 1780 although it is believed that there was a building of some description on the site from as early as 1100.
The accommodation is beautifully presented and features exposed beams, stripped pine floors and ceramic tile flooring, as well as open fireplaces and delightful touches such as antique refurbished radiators throughout.
To the ground floor the principal reception room has a vaulted ceiling, oak beams with a mezzanine above and doors opening out to the garden; there is also a small study area off in addition to a welcoming reception area, double aspect dining room and cosy family room. The kitchen has been attractively refurbished and features granite worktops and a gas fired Rayburn which provides central heating and hot water. There is also a cellar.
To the first floor there is once again an abundance of period character. The master bedroom has a wealth of exposed beams and an en-suite shower room and there are two further bedrooms and a luxuriously appointed family bathroom. The mezzanine above the living room provides flexible use and is currently used as an occasional guest bedroom.
Outside there is parking for three cars and a pathway leading to the property. The gardens are level and predominately laid to lawn with mature shrubs, plants and trees, raised flower beds, sun terracing and a chicken run. The front garden is enclosed by tall hedging where there can be found a raised vegetable garden, herb garden and strawberry bed. There is also an area of productive soft fruit. To the rear there is a historic well, outside garden tap and garden shed. The gardens are enclosed by mature and high hedging, offering a good degree of privacy.
Set in the conservation area in the centre of Headley village which stands on high ground above a loop of the southern River Wey. There is easy access to the shops and facilities of the village; which features a newsagent, delicatessen, doctors surgery, pharmacy, historic church and public house. The nearby National Trust commons at Ludshott and Bramshott provide magnificent walking and riding country, whilst there are excellent golf courses at Hindhead, Liphook, Blackmoor and Hankley Common. Liphook and Grayshott, both within four miles, offer a wider range of shopping facilities, and in Liphook, the mainline railway station on the London Waterloo line. The A3 can be accessed at the Hindhead tunnel and provides excellent communication with Guildford, the M25 and London to the north and Portsmouth, Southampton and the coast to the south.
Clarke Gammon Wellers
Tel: 01428 728900