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Foley Estate, Liphook
- Stunning Situation
- Abundance of Natural Light
- Completely Refurbished
- Four Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Available in May
Stunning detached, wonderfully light, four bedroom cottage in an idyllic rural situation that is presented to a high standard throughout.
The house is presented to a very high standard throughout, including wiring and plumbing. The solid oak front door opens into an entrance hall, with most of the ground floor comprised of oak flooring. The kitchen is modern, with oak surfaces, soft close doors and fitted with an American style fridge/freezer, integrated electric oven and electric induction hob as well as having a breakfast bar and breakfast area. From the kitchen there is a dual aspect reception room with wood burner and then a second, carpeted, dual aspect sitting room, also with log burner. The ground floor further includes a utility room with a W.C as well as plumbing and space for a washing machine and condenser dryer.
On the first floor is a master bedroom with modern ensuite bathroom, two further double bedrooms, single bedroom and a family bathroom with sky light.
The property is located in the most idyllic setting with far reaching southerly views across the estate. There is a large patio to the rear and the garden is mainly lawned. There is a parking area to the front of the house.
The Foley Estate is a rural location approximately 1.5 miles outside of Liphook which has a range of everyday shops whilst Haslemere and Guildford are nearby with the new Hindhead Tunnel, both towns providing comprehensive facilities, including rail services, restaurants and shops. For the commuter by road, the A3 connects with the M25 road network is within easy reach and provides access to London, Gatwick and Heathrow airports. The A3 south leads to Portsmouth and the coast. The area is particularly renowned for its attractive countryside all of which is part of the South Downs National Park, providing lovely walks, a wealth of golf courses, and some great country pubs.
EPC rating E