Beech Hill, Headley Down, Hampshire, GU35 8NL | Property for sale | Savills
2,528 sq ft(234.86 sq m)
Guide price £1,350,000(€1,576,068)

Beech HillHeadley Down, Hampshire, GU35 8NL


    Key features

    • Offering a warm and inviting ambiance
    • Versatile accommodation
    • Origins dating back to the 17th century
    • Picturesque, landscaped grounds
    • Gated sweeping private driveway

    Elegant & secluded family home, offering a warm and inviting ambiance set in picturesque, landscaped grounds.

    About this property

    • Stepping through the enchanting front door, one is greeted by an entrance hallway that exudes warmth and intrigue. The accommodation unfolds, beginning with an elegant drawing room featuring a glorious bay window, a handsome open fireplace, fitted book casing, and double French doors that open onto a secluded terrace. For special occasions requiring a touch of formality, there is a grand dining room.

      The traditional kitchen, with its quarry tile floor and pretty fitted cabinetry, is equipped with integrated appliances including an electric hob and built-in oven, as well as an AGA. The kitchen space seamlessly extends to a comfortable area for informal dining and continues to a cozy sitting area. This triple aspect section of the house provides access to the garden terrace and double doors leading to a conservatory. The conservatory, bathed in natural light and overlooking the garden, offers a superb retreat.

      The balustrade staircase and landing lead to the principal suite, which begins with a dressing room/study, an en suite bathroom, and a lovely view over the garden terrace. There are three additional bedrooms, each with its own charming character and one with an en suite bathroom. All are served by a family shower room.

      The grounds, extending to approximately 1.35 acres, boast lush lawns and established, beautiful shrub borders of specimen rhododendron and mature trees. The garden terrace, with its southerly position, is a secluded sun trap in the summer months, with an established wisteria adorning the Bargate stone side of the house and an established rockery garden. This tranquil retreat, which offers a splendid space for summer entertaining.

      Within the grounds, there is a woodland area and a pathway leading to a detached outbuilding that provides a study and studio. Haven Cottage is approached via a gated sweeping private driveway, offering a sense of grandeur and ample parking for several vehicles.

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    This is a truly enchanting home.

    Claire TappingProperty agent

    Additional information

    • The property is located in the semi-rural residential area of Headley Down. Within reach are swathes of heathland of SSI owned by the National Trust, such as Ludshott, Bramshott Common and Passfield Common, and also The Devil's Punchbowl. All offer fine countryside, ideal for walking with the dog and enjoying some stunning views.
    • In Headley village centre (1 mile away), there are local convenience shops a newsagent, doctor's surgery, pharmacy, church, delicatessen and two public houses can be found.
    • The larger village of Grayshott is about 3.5 miles away and offers an extensive collection of day to day shopping needs with a popular butcher, independent vintner, Applegarth farm shop, two mini supermarkets, post office, doctors, dentists, plus a collection of cafes and restaurants and a public house.
    • Road connections in the area are excellent with the A3 providing access to the M25, the national motorway network and London. There are main line train stations in Liphook (around 4 miles) and Haslemere (around 6 miles) providing a services to London Waterloo (around from 55 minutes).
    • There is a range of schools in the area including primary schools in Headley and Grayshott. Secondary schools include Bohunt School in Liphook and Oakmoor in Bordon.
    • There are also numerous independent schools locally such as Highfield and Brookham in Liphook, Edgeborough, Frensham Heights and More House in Frensham, St Edmunds, The Royal School and Amesbury in Hindhead and Churchers in Petersfield. Sporting facilities include golf at a number of local clubs including Liphook, Old Thorns, Hankley Common and Hindhead.
    • EPC Rating: F
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G