***SOLD BY SURREY ESTATES***
Boasting six double bedrooms and a separate annex, this detached family home offers original features, spacious accommodation and opportunity to develop further.
The original building dates back to the 1930’s, with further accommodation added throughout the 1970’s and 1980’s. Upon entering through the front porch, it is clear the property has been maintained to a high standard. The large entrance hall gives access to the study, kitchen, living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The fitted study has been hand crafted with wood, it offers views over the front lawn and is perfect for those who seek seclusion when working. Steps down from the entrance hall lead to the grand living room – this boasts views over the garden through double glazed windows and double doors opening onto the hard wood deck. A further feature of the room is the working open fireplace.
Steps from the living room lead to the dining area – this room is perfect for entertaining as it leads gives direct access to the kitchen, as well as to another set of double glazed door leading to a patio area in the garden. The floor in the dining area has also been crafted from wood. The kitchen was refitted just a year ago, it consists of; several neutral wall and base units, an integrated dishwasher and Rangemaster cooker. An exposed original beam makes for a quaint country feel.
A further utility room can be found just off the kitchen, it houses a sink and the washing machine., double fridge freezer and tumble dryer Two downstairs double bedrooms are conveniently tucked away to the left of the property, both of which have lent themselves in the past to being further studies or playrooms. A family bathroom is located next to the bedrooms, it consists of; a shower over bath, toilet and basin.
- Six bedrooms
- 0.88 acres
- Private road
- Large detached house
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
- Secluded garden
To the first floor, four double bedrooms can be found. The master room is a large double with dual aspect windows, a feature fireplace, new flooring and a large dressing room that offers ample storage and a charming window seat with views over the garden. Bedroom two, originally the master room is centrally located in the original building – this is a good sized double room with ample fitted storage and stunning views over the garden. Bedroom three is a good sized double room with dual aspect views, whilst bedroom four also a double, offers dual aspect views too. The family bathroom is centrally located between all rooms, it consists of a shower-over-bath, toilet and basin.
The separate annex consists of; a reception room, a double bedroom, kitchenette and shower room. The reception room has lent itself as a games room and home gym, whilst also giving access to the double garage.
The south-facing garden, just shy of an acre, is very private and is situated mainly to the rear of the property. A bridge gives access over a small stream, whilst apple trees, pear trees and rose bushes grow throughout the grounds. The property is situated behind private gates – the driveway can accommodate up to four cars, whilst the double garage can house a further two.
Further benefits of the property include; a cloakroom, a wine cellar/boiler room, a WW2 Anderson shelter, a boarded loft and under stairs storage.
Ifold is surrounded by open countryside and woodland, at the western edge of the Weald, overlooking the River Lox to the east. The village is about nine miles to the east of Haslemere, which has a wide range of shops and a mainline station providing a fast service into Waterloo. Billingshurst is about six miles to the south east providing services to Victoria and London Bridge. There is an excellent choice of schooling locally, with well-regarded infant and primary schools in the nearby villages of Plaistow and Loxwood. The Weald secondary school (rated “outstanding” by OFSTED) is in nearby Billingshurst and there are several private schools in the surrounding area. There is a village store (currently under refurbishment) in Ifold together with a general store, renowned butcher and health centre in Loxwood. The area is ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding with many footpaths and bridleways in the immediate vicinity and the South Coast is just over 20 miles away with beaches and watersports on offer.
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