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Church Hill Terrace, Crondall, GU10

3 bedroom house in Crondall

Offers in excess of
£400,000 Freehold

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  • Three Bedrooms,  |  Family Bathroom,  |  Living Room,  |  Kitchen Breakfast Room,  |  Garden,  |  Out House,  |  Garden Office/ Summer House.

A charming period cottage with many features including exposed brickwork and a large garden, located in the popular and picturesque village of Crondall. EPC rating D (63)

The front door opens into a small hallway with an adjacent door to an attractive living room with fireplace and wooden floors. The traditional latch door leads to the kitchen/dining room, which has a range of low and high level units with granite work surface, a range cooker, integrated washing machine and dishwasher, tiled flooring and an area for dining and a stable door that leads to the rear garden and a large outbuilding.

The second floor comprises of the master bedroom with a period fireplace and wooden floor boards, a second bedroom with a period fireplace and the family bathroom with exposed wooden floor boards.

The third floor leads to large third bedroom with exposed beams.

Outside there is a south facing patio area perfect for external entertaining. There is also a log store and an outbuilding with power and light. Beyond that there is access through a gate and a short path to a fantastic secluded large garden that is laid mainly to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and garden shed.

Location
The property lies close to the centre of the pretty village of Crondall.

The village boasts a number of everyday amenities including a Post Office and village store, a highly regarded village school, two public houses, a surgery, golf course and a church dating from the 12th century. There is easy access to the M3 and railway stations at Winchfield, Fleet or Farnham providing direct access to London Waterloo (approximately one hour).

More extensive cultural, educational and shopping amenities can be found approximately 4 miles away in the historic, former market town of Farnham, renowned for its attractive Georgian architecture.

Services
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.

Gallery

A charming period cottage with many features including exposed brickwork and a large garden, located in the popular and picturesque village of Crondall. EPC rating D (63)

The front door opens into a small hallway with an adjacent door to an attractive living room with fireplace and wooden floors. The traditional latch door leads to the kitchen/dining room, which has a range of low and high level units with granite work surface, a range cooker, integrated washing machine and dishwasher, tiled flooring and an area for dining and a stable door that leads to the rear garden and a large outbuilding.

The second floor comprises of the master bedroom with a period fireplace and wooden floor boards, a second bedroom with a period fireplace and the family bathroom with exposed wooden floor boards.

The third floor leads to large third bedroom with exposed beams.

Outside there is a south facing patio area perfect for external entertaining. There is also a log store and an outbuilding with power and light. Beyond that there is access through a gate and a short path to a fantastic secluded large garden that is laid mainly to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and garden shed.

Location
The property lies close to the centre of the pretty village of Crondall.

The village boasts a number of everyday amenities including a Post Office and village store, a highly regarded village school, two public houses, a surgery, golf course and a church dating from the 12th century. There is easy access to the M3 and railway stations at Winchfield, Fleet or Farnham providing direct access to London Waterloo (approximately one hour).

More extensive cultural, educational and shopping amenities can be found approximately 4 miles away in the historic, former market town of Farnham, renowned for its attractive Georgian architecture.

Services
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.

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Latitude: 51.231622 Longitude: -0.863273