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  • Substantial character house
  • Walk of shops and railway station
  • Town Centre cul de sac
  • Four good sized bedrooms
  • Bathroom and WC
  • En-suite shower room
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Good sized level garden


Built during the early 1900s, a substantial character four bedroom family house in the heart of the sought after Town Centre, just a short walk of shops and the main line station.The property is set over three floors and a number of the original character features have been retained, such as wooden floors and stripped pine internal doors. The sitting room has an attractive bay fronted window which was replaced in December 2020 and like the hall and dining room has the original stripped and treated wooden floors. Beyond the dining room is the kitchen/breakfast room having a range of integrated appliances, wooden treated worktops and matching breakfast bar, lovely outlook over the rear garden and side door. On the first floor are three good sized bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC and on the second floor is the large main bedroom which is particularly light and has two large Velux windows giving rooftop views, a range of built-in wardrobes, eaves storage and a modern en-suite shower room.To the front, the property has a a dwarf brick wall, shingle garden and path leading to the covered arched entrance area. The rear garden is of a good size, level and enjoys a sunny westerly aspect. There is a full width natural stone sun terrace, hose tap, electric point, lawn with shaped shrub border along one side, apple trees, large shed and gate giving access across the rear of 5 Chestnut Avenue to the road.Permit Parking is available by application to Waverley Borough Council.




Clarke Gammon Haslemere
72 High Street, Haslemere, GU27 2LA

T: 01428 664800
4 Bedroom Terraced House

Chestnut Avenue, Haslemere

Guide Price £550,000 - For Sale