Wey Hill, Haslemere GU27

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
An elegant and spacious (900 sqft/84 sqm), beautifully presented two-bedroom apartment with a wealth of period features throughout, in an historic Edwardian building. Located just 5 minutes’ walk from Haslemere mainline station, so ideal for the commuter. The building has just had an extensive refurbishment, including roofing works, repainting the external walls and internal communal areas and recarpeting and an upgrade of the fire alarm system. The apartment is gas central heated via radiators and controlled with a modern Hive system.

You enter the 2nd floor apartment into a bright and spacious Hallway, which has plenty of space for storage cupboards and hanging for coats and shoes.. A traditional picture rail runs along the internal walls. The intercom system linking to main entrance is located just inside the front door. The Hallway has modern floor tiling that flows through to the Kitchen/Diner. Doors from the Hallway lead to:

Sitting Room: A stunning, spacious room with many period features including a working fireplace and picture rail. A large and impressive double glazed leaded window floods natural light into the room and captures the full afternoon sunshine, with views over to St Christopher’s Green. The current vendor has furnished this room in a classical, formal setting with three sofas and there is still more space for further pieces of furniture lending itself to a Sitting/Dining Room and a great entertaining space. The Sitting Room is carpeted throughout.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: There is a great range of modern, wooden fitted storage cupboards, both wall hung and base units which are topped with a stylish black worksurface. There is an integrated dishwasher and inset oven with gas hob and extractor fan above. A triple window overlooks the communal garden and an area for an outdoor table and chairs. Underneath the window sits the sink with drainer unit. There is a convenient breakfast bar which also has space and plumbing underneath for a washing machine and other storage items. A set-back area has open wall shelves and a good space for kitchen equipment, tucked neatly out of sight, with a further smaller window above. There is plenty of space for a free-standing fridge/freezer. The Worcester Bosch boiler (located on an external facing wall) sits neatly to one side, is 4 years old and regularly serviced.

Master Bedroom: Again, a stunning and spacious room with the same period features with a pretty fireplace (not working). This is a bright room with a large double glazed leaded window which makes this a bright and sunny room. Decorated and, currently, furnished in a traditional style, easily taking a kingsize bed and large pieces of bedroom furniture and is carpeted throughout.

Bedroom 2: A spacious double with all those period features and a further fireplace (not working). The coving to this room has an intricate flower design with a high picture rail. This room is currently used as a spare bedroom and home working space. With a window to one side giving views over to the communal gardens.

Bathroom: The large bathroom has a modern white suite with a wide, wall hung hand basin, bath with a shower over back to wall WC. The walls are marbled effect tiled throughout, with the floor tiled in striking black. There is also a chrome wall hung radiator, large mirrored cabinet, a window for natural light and various ceiling and wall spot lights.

Garden & Parking: There is a communal balcony area where residents can have a small table and chairs for al fresco dining which overlooks the communal gardens. There is a large and pretty communal garden with outdoor furniture and a firepit for residents’ use. The garden is very well maintained with lawned areas and flower borders for colour throughout the year. The car park, with space for one car but with plenty of visitor space, has recently been overhauled with a new gravel base.

Main Entrance: Clay Hill House is an historic Edwardian purpose-built block of apartments which dates back to 1911. The building retains many period features in the communal areas, which has a grand doorway and large entrance hall with stairs to each floor – the stairwell has the original green ceramic wall tiles and a dado rail above and decorative brass bells/signage to the apartments. The apartments are accessed to visitors by an intercom system.

Location: The property is ideally located for Haslemere Town Centre and Wey Hill. On the doorstep are the shops of Wey Hill which include many independent shops and an M&S Foodhall, Tesco Supermarket, Lion’s Den Coffee House and Dylan’s Milk Barn (ice cream parlour). Haslemere Town Centre is a 10-minute walk away and is a lively market town, again with a good selection of independent boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops and pubs. There are two leisure centres (one with a swimming pool). There are three Ofsted Rated Good Primary and Junior Schools within walking distance. Nearby is National Trust land which includes Polecat Valley (that has some of the oldest and largest Redwoods in the County) and the Devil’s Punch Bowl which has stunning countryside views. The property has excellent road and rail links with Haslemere Station 5mins walk away with direct trains to Waterloo (under 55 mins) and is within easy reach of the A3 to Guildford/London/Portsmouth/Southampton.

Leasehold Property

Service Charge: £171.50 per quarter

Buildings Insurance: £332pa

Ground Rent: £80pa

Prompt viewing is recommended and by appointment only.

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