Sandrock, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 2PS | Property for sale | Savills
883 sq ft(82.03 sq m)
Guide price £699,950

SandrockHaslemere, Surrey, GU27 2PS

    Key features

    • Sought after location
    • Accommodation presented over three floors
    • Elevated position on a no through road
    • Stylish interiors
    • Rear terrace
    • Front and rear garden
    • Off street parking

    Charming character home in central Haslemere.

    About this property

    • 10 Sandrock is a charming character home built in 1870. The house is located in an elevated position and is conveniently located for the amenities of Haslemere, including the mainline station which is just 300 yards away.

      The property has been extensively renovated in recent years while retaining its original features and charm. The accommodation is beautifully presented across three floors with a stylish finish throughout.

      The sitting room boasts a log burning stove, bespoke storage, and leads to a bright and spacious kitchen at the rear. The kitchen is filled with light from skylights and bi-fold doors that open onto a terrace and garden, providing ample space for dining and entertaining during summer months. A newly added shower room completes the downstairs accommodation.

      The first floor comprises two bedrooms and a family bathroom, while an additional bedroom with generous storage can be found on the second floor.

      The rear garden is private and low maintenance, with beautiful areas to relax and enjoy the tranquil space. The garden features a log store, potting shed, flowering beds, and a good-sized area of lawn. A green driveway with parking for one car is located at the front of the house with access to an EV charging point.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Such a pretty cottage so close to the centre of Haslemere and train station too.

    Lee ShippProperty agent

    Local information

    • Sandrock is conveniently situated in the heart of Haslemere within close proximity of the station and the High Street. There are an excellent range of amenities including independent boutique shops, a Waitrose and M&S Foodhall, a selection of restaurants, banks and local societies.
    • The mainline rail station is 0.3 mile away and provides a fast and frequent service to London Waterloo, with journey times from about 48 minutes.
    • Road communications are good, with the A286 and the A3, via the Hindhead tunnel, providing access to London, Portsmouth and the airports.
    • There is a very good selection of schools in the area, including The Royal School, St Edmund's, St Ives, Amesbury, King Edward's, Prior's Field and Charterhouse.
    • Recreational opportunities include golf at a number of local clubs, The Edge and The Herons sport centres, polo at Cowdray, racing and flying at Goodwood and sailing at Chichester Harbour.
    • In addition, the surrounding countryside offers ample opportunities for walking, cycling and riding including Blackdown and The Devil's Punch Bowl.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: D