Imposing family home set in excess of 2.5 acres, close to Haslemere.
Built in 2004, Oakdale House represents a substantial family home finished to a high specification and flawless presentation throughout. The flexible and adaptable accommodation is presented over three floors and is ideally suited for modern family living whilst enjoying the wonderfully tranquil and private location.
The welcoming reception hall leads to the fabulous dual aspect drawing room with doors on to the garden, there is an attractive central log burning stove and a connecting dining room. The bespoke contemporary kitchen is very much the heart of the home offering a superb space to entertain with its central island, Range cooker, pantry and adjoining family room with a built-in bar.
The downstairs is completed with a sitting room, utility and home office/gym. This versatile space has the potential to be reconfigured to provide integral annexe accommodation if required.
First floor bedroom accommodation is well laid out comprising five bedrooms, three of which have en suite bath/shower rooms. A further spacious double bedroom with built in wardrobes and en suite can be found on the second floor, an impressive principal suite or an ideal space for guests or grown up children.
Outside, the idyllic landscaped gardens are a particular feature of the property enjoying the peaceful location. A large terrace with barbecue area wraps around the house with views across the garden and the neighboring farmland beyond. There is an extensive area of lawn, two paddocks, a lake and a parcel of woodland, amounting to approximately 2.6 acres.
Oakdale House is accessed via electric gates and a long sweeping drive leads to the main house. To the front of the property is a graveled driveway with numerous outbuildings including a stable block with an adjoining tack room, triple garage and carport with additional storage.
Photographs taken July 2020.
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I love the approach to the house, down the long driveway and the views over neighboring fields are lovely.Lee Shipp