Windfallwood Common, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 3BX | Property for sale | Savills
2,304 sq ft(214.05 sq m)
Guide price £2,200,000

Windfallwood CommonHaslemere, Surrey, GU27 3BX

    Key features

    • Fully renovated and extended, period cottage
    • Period features dating back to c.1400's
    • Additional converted barn for flexible work/living
    • Set within the idyllic location of Lurgashall
    • Gated driveway with plenty of parking

    An exceptional detached character property with beautiful surroundings.

    About this property

    • Approached by electric gates, Windfallwood cottage is an attractive detached cottage offering a wealth of charm and style. Upon entry, you are welcomed by a wood burning stove, a step down leads to a light and bright living room with two sets of doors one to the garden, the other to a more recent addition, a glass and timber framed dining room. From here there is what is now used as a utility area, with an electric AGA, this room flows seamlessly into an incredibly stylish kitchen, both with Neptune units and Lavastone worktops throughout. The kitchen houses Siemens, Neff & Smeg appliances, everything you would expect from a kitchen of this quality. There is a large centre island with natural light flooding in through the doors which open up fully to the garden. There is also a shower room, family room and cosy home office found on the ground floor.

      Heading upstairs, Windfallwood Cottage offers four good sized bedrooms, all with exceptional quality carpentry. The principal bedroom benefits from ‘his and hers' dressing areas. Bedroom two has the advantage of a dressing area and en suite, there is also a family bathroom.

      Outside, there are three additional buildings, one of which is a converted barn with a reception area, kitchen and shower room on the ground floor and a fantastic open space on the first floor, open for use as either a bedroom, or, as currently setup, an office. The other has been setup to use as a garage, able to house two cars, however is a very adaptable space. There is also a separate adaptable building currently used as a gym with shower facilities.

      The gardens to the rear of Windfallwood offer a keen gardener plenty to enjoy with a wild flower garden, mature shrubs, a pond and potting sheds. This property also benefits from plenty of outside covered storage to the rear of the garage and converted barn. To the front of the property there is extensive parking for multiply vehicles.

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    For me, Windfallwood Cottage offers so much with the additional converted barn and beautifully extended and stylishly designed kitchen, I also love the rural location.

    Sarah CobbProperty agent

    Local information

    • Lurgashall is nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park just below Black Down, the highest hill in Sussex. The village, with its ancient parish church, is centred around a cricket green in front of the renowned and popular Noah's Ark village pub, a former brew house and bakery that can trace its origins back to the 16th century. A village shop and Post Office on the green and another at Northchapel provide for daily needs, whilst a wider range of shopping is available at Midhurst, Petworth or Haslemere. Petworth, just 6 miles south of the property, that lies at the heart of the South Downs National Park and is home to the 17th Century National Trust owned Petworth House and beautiful 700 acre deer park, which is ideal for long, country walks. Petworth also has a range of antique shops, independent boutiques, restaurants and delicatessens.
    • Although relatively rural in nature, the area is well served by road and rail connections. At Haslemere station, there is a fast and frequent service to London Waterloo with journey time from around 49 minutes. There are excellent schools in the area including Amesbury, St Ives, Highfield & Brookham, Seaford College, St Edmunds Hindhead, The Royal School and Churcher's College. In addition, there is an abundance of activities available locally due to the proximity of the Goodwood and Cowdray Estates. Goodwood hosts the Festival of Speed, racing at Glorious Goodwood and the Revival Meeting, and Cowdray is famous for its polo events and its award winning farm shop and café, along with the surrounding countryside that offers a wealth of lovely routes for walking, riding or cycling. All distances and journey times are approximate.

    Additional information

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    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G