- To the front of the plot is a garage/workshop and off road parking, a gate from here opens into the gardens
- A brick paved path takes you to the front door. This opens into an entrance porch with cloakroom
- The sitting room is one of the rooms to benefit from period features with wall and ceiling beams and an inglenook fireplace, now housing a wood burner
- A door from the sitting room takes you to a 2nd reception room, currently used as a study
- Fitted kitchen with door opening onto a large south facing modern conservatory overlooking the gardens
- A good sized dining room, also with beamed ceilings has stairs to the first floor to one end
- All the rooms on the first floor are south facing. Two good sized bedrooms, the master bedroom having built in wardrobes, and a family bathroom
- The garden is the real jewel in the crown and has to be seen to be appreciated, with mature floral border, a decent lawn, ornamental pond, patio area, vegetable beds and fruit cages
- Situated a short distance from the village crossroads it would have historically had a highly prominent position. Nowadays the mature gardens ensure it is fully secluded and is an oasis of tranquillity with a well nurtured and stocked level south facing garden
* Charming attached cottage * Origins dating back to the 17th century * Situated within the most delightful south facing cottage gardens * Garage and off road parking * Retaining numerous original features whilst providing spacious accommodation for modern living *
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Lindford is a popular small semi rural village just into Hampshire famed for the River Wey running through it. The area has extensive surrounding countryside, of particular note is Broxhead Common which is part of the National Trust and is famous for its heather and wildlife (especially the nightjar). This area forms part of the Shipwrights Way where you can walk, cycle or ride to Bentley in the north or Portsmouth Dockyard in the south. The Shipwrights Ways also runs through Bordon Woods and borders the River Wey. Local shops and services are available nearby with the larger towns of Farnham, Alton and Petersfield offering high street shopping and main line rail connections, and are within a ten mile or so radius. The smaller town of Liphook, with a slower train service into London is less than 5 miles away.
EPC E 49 - Please note the double glazing has been replaced throughout since the EPC was produced.