A spacious family house in a lovely setting on the edge of the village
THE PROPERTY On visiting it the first thing that strikes you about Westcombe House is the lovely setting it occupies on the edge of the village, with the main aspects being to the west over paddocks to woodland beyond. The house was built in the 1960's and was extended in the 1970's and 1980's and offers spacious, bright and flexible accommodation. There are currently five bedrooms and three bathrooms, together with three reception rooms, a study, conservatory and a kitchen/breakfast room. Of particular note is the period barn adjacent to the house which provides endless possibilities, and beyond this there is also a shed. Definitely a house that has to be viewed to be truly appreciated.
OUTSIDE The house sits in lovely gardens of 0.37 acres and adjacent to the house there is a good sized terrace facing both west and south. Beyond this, there are open areas of lawn and extensive shrub and herbaceous borders. A pedestrian gate leads out onto a private lane.
LOCATION The house sits on the edge of the popular village of Kingsley Green set back from the lane that leads up to Marley Heights. The nearest village facilities are located 1.5 miles to the south in Fernhurst with a primary school, church, shops and pub. Haslemere is located 2 miles to the north and has a comprehensive range of facilities including a Waitrose and mainline station with train services to London Waterloo in well under the hour. The house is located within the South Downs National Park and in the immediate vicinity there is endless scope for riding and walking through open countryside or on the numerous National Trust owned sites within the vicinity including Blackdown and Marley Common. There is a great selection of schools within the area including Churcher's Junior and Highfield at Liphook, and The Royal School to name but a few.
Services: Mains water, electricity, and drainage, oil fired boiler providing hot water and central heating via radiators.