Forming part of this late Victorian Country house, is this character home which offers flexible living accommodation situated with grounds of approx 1.1 acres.
Honeyhanger was originally built in 1893 and converted in the mid-1980s into a handful of separate dwellings all of which were given their own garden and section of woodland. Keepers Wood, is arranged over three floors and offers flexible living accommodation which offers incoming buyers the opportunity to update throughout. Accommodation briefly comprises: entrance porch leading to an internal hall with doors opening to the principal rooms. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with range of base and wall mounted units complete with Aga. The living room benefits from a wood burning stove and doors to rear garden. There is a good sized double aspect ground floor bedroom, a further bedroom plus family bathroom which complete the ground floor. Stairs ascend to the first floor where there is a further reception room and double aspect bedroom. To the top floor there is a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a spacious re-fitted family bathroom.OutsideHoneyhanger is approached along an attractive driveway which winds its way through woodland to a parking area at the front of the property. There is additional parking in a separate area nearby. To the rear there is a paved terrace on two sides with the majority of the garden being mainly laid to lawn with a fenced area within its boundaries which then extend to approximately 1.1 acres before merging into National Trust woodland.
The property is situated in a semi-rural location on the edge of a Haslemere and within 0.4 miles of Haslemere train station which provides fast rail services direct to London Waterloo with the journey taking approximately 56 minutes. By road, the A3 can be accessed at either Hindhead or Milford providing access to the M25 via junction 10, and to Heathrow and Gatwick airports. 15 mins walk into Wey Hill area of Haslemere with supermarkets, shops and cafes. 10 mins walk to beautiful Hindhead Commons and Devils Punchbowl .Facilities in the area include golf at Hindhead, Liphook and Chiddingfold, racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, polo at Cowdray Park and sailing off the south coast at Chichester. Haslemere has the added benefit of Blackdown Park, an area of some 965 acres of ancient woodland owned by the National Trust, and home to some excellent walks and rides.