• X 5
  • X 2
  • X 3



  • Master bedroom with en-suite shower room
  • Dining room
  • Four further bedrooms
  • Downstairs cloakroom
  • Two bathrooms
  • Many fine character features
  • Fitted kitchen/family room
  • Parking
  • Drawing room
  • Large gardens


Built in 1904, this classic Edwardian home is set in an extremely quiet and convenient tucked away location within easy walking distance of Liss village centre and its mainline railway station.The accommodation offers a wealth of original character features with spacious rooms typical of a house of this period. The substantial hall, with exposed floorboards, leads to an attractive drawing room with exposed floorboards, picture rail, fireplace and original doors to the garden. The separate dining room has exposed floorboards, picture rails, with an original Edwardian fireplace and views over the large rear garden. The kitchen/family room is well equipped with a range of fitted cupboards, Rangemaster range cooker, work surfaces and a breakfast bar, with space for a dining table.The first floor has exposed floorboards throughout and the master bedroom features the original wrought iron fire place, lovely garden views and an ensuite shower room. Bedroom 2 features the original fireplace, picture rails and views of the garden and the small woodland. There is a further bedroom and a large family bathroom which features the original sash windows.Stairs to the second floor lead to two additional bedrooms, both with vaulted ceilings and original fireplaces, and a luxuriously appointed second family bathroom.The property features high ceilings throughout, exposed floorboards, picture rails and fireplaces and also retains the original, fully functioning service bells.From St Mary’s Road, the property is approached via a gravel lane which lead to the property’s parking area with space for a number of vehicles. Side access leads to the large rear garden which is mainly lawn with a large mature Oak and clearly defined boundaries. The lawned area includes a well with original pump and leads to a small expanse of woodland which in turn reveals The River Rother and Shipwrights Way.


The property is situated in a tucked away location off the end of St Marys Road and is within easy walking distance of the village centre. Liss itself provides a range of local facilities including shops catering for most day-to-day needs, doctor’s surgery, a coffee shop, restaurants and the mainline railway station on the Waterloo to Portsmouth line. Nearby Petersfield is an attractive market town, offering a comprehensive range of educational, recreational and leisure facilities, as well as a mainline station. Both Liss and Petersfield have junction points to the A3. The surrounding area, which is within the South Downs National Park and on the Shipwrights Way is noted for its natural beauty, providing many miles of open walks and attractive picture postcard villages. Bedales and Churchers Schools are both within easy reach, as is the well-regarded TPS School in Petersfield. Liphook has Infant, Junior and Secondary state schools. The Secondary School is currently rated as excellent by Ofsted. The area is also very well serviced for private education at both primary and secondary levels.



Clarke Gammon Liphook
2 Midhurst Road, Liphook, GU30 7ED

T: 01428 728900
5 Bedroom Semi-Detached House

St. Marys Road, Liss

Guide Price £1,000,000 - Sold STC