A lovely family house in an attractive rural setting with views to the Hangers.
THE PROPERTY The Woolshers is a very pretty 18th Century cottage extended again in the 19th Century and then finally in more recent times, in a lovely rural setting overlooking fields to The Hangers in the distance. The flexible accommodation is currently laid out with three reception rooms and kitchen/breakfast room, together with five bedrooms including a master bedroom suite and two other bathrooms. Of particular note is the large outbuilding which is made up of a garage, two large store rooms and two offices above. The house sits in attractive gardens and grounds of about 1.58 acres and is one that has to be viewed to be truly appreciated.
LOCATION The Woolshers is set in a lovely rural setting at the end of a no through road and is therefore ideal for those seeking a rural idyll, whilst being conveniently located for facilities. The nearest centre is Liss which is 1.5 miles away and has a primary school, doctor's surgery, selection of shops and railway station. For a more comprehensive range of shopping, sporting and leisure facilities including a Waitrose, Petersfield is 3.8 miles away and provides an alternative mainline station with train services to London Waterloo in just over one hour. The house is in the heart of the South Downs National Park and the surrounding countryside is crisscrossed by footpaths and bridleways including the South Downs Way and Hangers Way. You can walk straight out from the bottom of the drive onto this network. There is a fine selection of state and private schools in the area including Bohunt and TPS, Bedales and Churchers College along with Ditcham Park. The house is conveniently located for the A3 which provides access to Guildford the M25 and London to the north and to the South Coast with its creeks and harbours.
OUTSIDE A long drive leads up to a large parking area adjacent to the house. To one side is the single garage and on the other side is the main outbuilding consisting of offices garaging and stores. Adjacent to the house are formal gardens with a large brick terrace and then beyond that in one corner an orchard. The rest of the land is made up of an area of woodland adjacent to the drive and beyond that an open paddock area. The grounds as a whole total 1.58 acres.