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Chase Lane, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

£2,500,000 A beautiful Grade II Listed family house in a stunning setting Chase Farm is situated in a wonderful private and secluded setting at the end of Chase Lane, one of the most sought-after roads in Haslemere. The property benefits from just over 16 acres of land, a swimming pool and extensive outbuildings whilst being within easy reach of the mainline station. The town offers excellent shopping facilities for day-to-day needs, a choice of restaurants, pubs and coffee shops, along with a tennis club and the newly refurbished Haslemere Leisure Centre. The mainline train station provides services into London Waterloo in approximately 56 minutes. More comprehensive shopping facilities are available in the towns of Godalming and Guildford, which are easily accessed via the A286 and the A3. There is an exceptional choice of schools in the area including The Royal Senior School and St Ives in Haslemere, St Edmund’s, The Royal Junior School and Amesbury at Hindhead and Brookham and Highfield in Liphook. Other schools include Charterhouse at Godalming, Barrow Hill’s and King Edward’s at Witley and Cranleigh School slightly further afield. Chase Farm also has the benefit of being surrounded by Blackdown, an area of 965 acres of ancient woodland owned by the National Trust, which provides excellent walks and rides as well as sensational views over Surrey and West Sussex. Chase Farm is completely private with no public right of way across any of its land.

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Grayswood Road, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

£1,150,000 A charming period property in a stunning rural position close to Haslemere Stroud close is a beautiful period family house within easy reach of Haslemere town and station. With well-proportioned accommodation over two floors, the house sits in stunning private gardens and grounds of about half an acre and benefits from a charming old detached barn. EPC Rating F Stroud Close provides wonderful flexibility of accommodation. With three bedrooms and one bathroom to the first floor, the property also benefits from what is currently a sitting room / playroom, bedroom, en suite bathroom and kitchenette to the northern end of the ground floor which, with its own front door, forms a self-contained annexe incorporated into the main house. This would make perfect guest or au pair accommodation. While presented in good order, Stroud Close still offers the incoming purchaser a wonderful opportunity to further extend the house or barn, subject to the usual planning consents. The house has all principal rooms facing onto the garden and there is ample space for swimming pool, kitchen/vegetable garden or small orchard. Stroud Close is entered via a sweeping gravel driveway and electric five-bar gate, which opens into a gravelled courtyard providing parking for several cars and leading in turn to the attractive timber-framed barn. The remainder of the gardens to the front of the house are mainly laid to lawn, with mature hedges affording great privacy. To the rear of the house, a terrace leads directly off the principal reception rooms with the remainder of the partly walled gardens being mainly laid to lawn, with some beautiful established shrub borders. To the rear of the garden is a well-maintained low hedge, affording a wonderful outlook over neighbouring grounds, woodlands and countryside.

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Fridays Hill, Fernhurst, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

£2,280,000 A beautiful family house on the edge of Fernhurst village A stunning country house, Reeks Reynolds also benefits from a wealth of period features and an attached, converted barn, with the principal rooms overlooking the formal gardens and paddocks. The house also has a swimming pool and tennis court as well as a carriage driveway. EPC: D Set in just over 10 acres inside the South Downs National Park with stunning views, Reeks Reynolds is a delightful Grade II listed Elizabethan farmhouse thought to date back to 1450. The house retains enormous character and charm with exposed beams, timbers and joinery in the original house and barn, which has been linked to the main house to provide a magnificent family room. Of particular note are the superb drawing room and dining room featuring a handsome Inglenook fireplace and large recessed drinks cupboard in the drawing room. Extensive planning permission has been granted to add further bedrooms, convert the garage into living accommodation and add a double bay barn-style garage The gardens and grounds of Reeks Reynolds are a real feature of the property. There are large paddocks to the north and south of the house, an all-weather tennis court, fenced with roses, close to the gates. The northern field features a mature oak and a young sequoia tree. To the front, the house is approached through a charming courtyard garden. A substantial terrace runs across the back of the house, enjoying the bright southerly aspect and views over the grounds, ideal for outdoor entertaining. The formal gardens to the rear of the house are mainly laid to lawn with mature and specimen trees and shrubs.

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Blackdown, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

£3,600,000 A substantial country house with commanding views over the South Downs Originally forming part of the Blackdown Park Estate, Home Farm occupies a prime location within the South Downs National Park and has easy access to both Haslemere and the picturesque village of Lurgashall. Already a landmark house, the property has planning consent to extend further. EPC - F. Home Farm benefits from substantial, well-proportioned rooms with impressive ceiling heights, fine period features and breath-taking views from the front of the house. Of particular note are the spacious drawing room, elegant dining room and conservatory. The generous kitchen/breakfast room features light granite surfaces, an AGA and a partially vaulted breakfast area. The property is accessed via a gravelled driveway which sweeps through the formal gardens to a circular forecourt area at the front of the house. The property has a number of substantial outbuildings, one of which, Swallow Barn, has been converted to a guest cottage. Other outbuildings include two large open barns with space for eight cars, a storage room and further small barn. In front of the house, the formal gardens comprise extensive areas of lawn, a well-planted rockery and a number of fruit trees along the eastern boundary. Beyond the formal gardens to the front of the house are a large meadow and a further field to the south east. To the rear, the gardens are well considered with well-planted shrub and flower borders and mature trees. While already an imposing and substantial property, Home Farm has the benefit of planning consent both to significantly extend the main house and create a swimming pool complex in the outbuildings.

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Lickfold Road, Fernhurst, Haslemere, West Sussex, GU27 United Kingdom

£4,950,000 An immaculately presented country house Surrounded by its own extensive grounds and enjoying distant southerly views, Upperfold House occupies an attractive, elevated location, just a couple of miles from the village of Fernhurst and in the South Downs National Park. Understood to date in part from Tudor times, Upperfold House is a classic Wealden house of the period. The property has recently been the subject of extensive yet sympathetic restoration and refurbishment, as well as the conversion of former outbuildings to create the present linked cottage and annexe accommodation. Works have included the installation of integrated sound and data networks appropriate for modern family living, whilst retaining the essential period character of the building. The house offers charming and spacious reception rooms, with attractive views of the grounds and countryside beyond. A most generous kitchen/breakfast room, with an excellent range of bespoke furniture and appliances, with French doors to the south-facing garden. The kitchen also benefits from a pantry, adjoining utility room, boot room and access to the rear courtyard parking area. First floor accommodation comprises an elegant, double aspect, master suite, with luxuriously appointed bathroom and French doors to a balcony with distant southerly views. There are two further bedroom suites and a fourth bedroom. A fifth bedroom on the first floor is currently arranged as a study. The gardens and grounds are a key feature of Upperfold House and include formal park like gardens adjoining the house, an extensive vegetable garden, greenhouse and orchard, equestrian facilities, pasture and woodland.

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Gillhams Lane, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

£2,800,000 An imposing Edwardian property situated on the edge of Haslemere With generous accommodation and many fine rooms, this excellent family house is situated in a pretty rural position and has attractive gardens and grounds as well as a swimming pool and annexe. EPC Rating F The property is presented to a high standard throughout and the owners have informed us that it has been re-wired and re-plumbed in the last 9 years. Access to the property is via a private road, which leads to a rhododendron flanked in-out driveway, which leads to a large parking area in front of the house. Well-proportioned reception rooms enjoy a pretty outlook over its own land. The drawing room and sitting room are stunning rooms, with a superb kitchen/breakfast room featuring an Aga, a large breakfast bar and a pantry. The study has attractive hand-built wooden units and leads through to a family room, which is set up as a home cinema. Flexible bedroom accommodation is arranged over the first and second floors, with a superb master bedroom suite, including a large bedroom and combined dressing room/bathroom, as well as a balcony. An attached 4 bedroom annexe provides ample ancillary accommodation with its own separate entrance. Delightful gardens and grounds surround the property with a large south-facing raised terrace. A large expanse of lawn, which includes the swimming pool and pool house to one side, is surrounded by mature woodland, giving it a great deal of privacy. A small paddock is situated to the west of the property with the stable and tack room. A double car port with a single garage is situated to the east of the property.

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Bell Vale Lane, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

Superb location in the South Downs National Park • Former country house, last used as a 36 bed care home (18,207 sqft GIA) • Potential for alternative uses and development, subject to obtaining the necessary consents • 9 acres of landscaped grounds with a pavilion, 1.5 acre lake and woodland Valewood House has most recently been used as a care home and is set within grounds extending to c.9 acres. The house is approached via Bell Vale Lane from the north, and is mostly surrounded by Valewood Park, now owned by the National Trust. It is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and on the edge of the South Downs National Park in an area known as Blackdown. Valewood House dates from the late 1830’s and the main house is constructed from Sussex sandstone. A number of later additions have been made; most notably in 1990 when a large three storey extension was added to the west of the main house. The north east elevation was originally a separate sandstone cottage; however this was joined to the main house approximately 30 years ago. The house sits within landscaped grounds, sloping down to the lake, together with a tennis court and pavilion with shower room. Whilst the tennis court has been latterly used as a sensory garden it could be restored. A detached treatment room and converted loggia are sited in the kitchen courtyard. A large conservatory has been added to the south west elevation, overlooking the gardens. There is a viewing deck accessed from the driveway, overlooking the lake and Valewood Park and a further deck on the lake. Internally, the property comprises a number of communal rooms, a commercial kitchen and bedroom accommodation for 36 residents and associated bathroom facilities.

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Henley Common, Henley, Haslemere, West Sussex, GU27 United Kingdom

£1,850,000 A beautiful family home in an unspoilt rural position in the South Downs Yew Tree House is sited towards the end of a private lane within the South Downs National Park, with exceptional elevated views and a southerly aspect. The property has been sympathetically extended, refurbished and modernised and has planning consent to extend further. EPC rating C. Believed to have been constructed in the 1930s as a dower house for the neighbouring Upper Lodge, Yew Tree House is arranged perfectly to suit the needs of the modern family, with a wonderful through-flow of rooms to the ground floor, most of which are double aspect, allowing the house to be flooded with natural light throughout the day. Of particular note is the exceptional kitchen/breakfast/family room completed in 2014. A wonderfully open and light living space, the kitchen leads into an orangery which allows the house to make the best of its elevated position, providing exceptional views over the sun terraces, gardens and paddocks to the south. The bespoke kitchen by Neptune Kitchens benefits from beautiful marble flooring with underfloor heating. The main reception rooms are also exceptionally well considered with hardwood flooring throughout, and the drawing room having a beautiful open fire at its heart. Yew Tree House also benefits from current planning consent to add a further reception room to the ground floor with a master bedroom suite above. SDNP/12/02352/HOUS Outside is a stable block with a new yard, including three loose boxes and a tack room to the north side, while to the south of the courtyard is the triple bay barn garage with studio/home gym above, both by Ascot Timber Buildings. To the west of the property are the old orchard, children’s play area and gardens, a field shelter and two sheds, a naturally-fed trout pond and stream, and some woodland.

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