Crosswater Lane, Churt, Farnham, GU10
4 bedroom house in Churt
Guide Price £850,000 Freehold
- Drawing Room | Dining Room | Kitchen | Study | Boiler/Utility Room | Bedroom with ensuite | Three further Bedrooms and Family Bathroom | Garden
- Drawing Room
- Dining Room
- Boiler/Utility Room
- Bedroom with ensuite
- Three further Bedrooms and Family Bathroom
A delightful four bedroom attached period cottage constructed of brick and stone under a clay tile roof with parts dating back 400 years. The cottage is full of charm and plenty of character features, and is set within its own stunning grounds with a stream in a desireable location in Churt.
Crosswater Farm has recently had a portion of the property sectioned off to form a separate property that is not included in the sale. The property provides a four bedroom attached cottage with three reception rooms set within its own stunning gardens and stream. A new boiler has recently been installed but there is scope to modernise and update the cottage. Throughout the property there are oak beams to the ceiling and walls, the original wooden front door leads into the study with access to the utility/boiler room. From the study the door leads through to the dining room with an inglenook fireplace under a bressummer beam, feature shelving unit and views to the front, access through to the inner hall with stairs leading to the first floor. There is a downstairs bathroom comprising of bath, wc and basin. The kitchen has a gas fired Aga, a range of eye level and base units under a wooden work top, space for a dining room table, feature beams to the walls and a door leading to the rear garden and terrace which is ideal for al fresco dining. A further bathroom comprising bath, wc and basin. The drawing room has dual aspect with French doors leading out to the terrace and stunning views of the garden. Upstairs are three double bedrooms one with ensuite and a further single bedroom and a family bathroom.
The property is approached via a private drive leading to the front and side of the property with parking for 4/5 cars. The gardens are of particular interest, there is a lawned area to the front and side behind mature hedges and then through to the main garden at the rear which has a parkland feel to it with a variety of stunning mature trees, shrubs and hedges and a delightful stream that runs along the border with access to Frensham Common.
- Drawing Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Study, Boiler/Utility Room, Bedroom with ensuite, Three further Bedrooms and Family Bathroom, Garden
To the south of the village is the Hindhead golf course, Hindhead, Haslemere and the A3, providing access to London and the south coast. Both Farnham and Haslemere provide rail access to London Waterloo in approximately one hour.
The surrounding area boasts many miles of unspoilt countryside, most of it under the ownership of the National Trust and there are numerous opportunities for walking and riding at nearby Frensham Ponds, Hankley Common and Bourne Woods. There is sailing at Frensham Ponds and golf at Hankley and Hindhead.
Farnham lies on the A31, which links Guildford to the east down towards Winchester in the west. The Blackwater Valley Road, (A331), enables dual-carriageway access to the M3 joining at junction 6. The area is renowned for excellent government funded and independent schools Waverley Abbey Junior School and South Farnham School as well as Frensham Heights, Edgeborough and St Edmunds.
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