Gold Hill

Lower Bourne, Farnham, United Kingdom

Single Family

4 beds


  • Property Details

    A traditional four bedroom family house with potential to improve in a tranquil and private setting.• Entrance hall with original parquet flooring• Kitchen/breakfast room• Study with views of the garden• Drawing room through to dining room, both double aspect• Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom• 3 further bedrooms with wash basins, family bathroom• Large landscaped garden, potential plot in the grounds• Attached double garage and plenty of parking• Peaceful, tucked away location in sought after Lower BourneDalwood is a substantial family home built for the current owners in the early 1970s. The property has been well-maintained over the last four decades but there is now the opportunity to extend and remodel the house to provide a more modern arrangement; perfect for a growing family. There is also potential to replace the existing house and develop the site further subject to planning.Set in a private un-adopted road in a peaceful setting in the heart of Lower Bourne. The property is approached from a tarmac driveway leading to a turning area and ample parking in front of the double garage. There is a beautifully landscaped south-west facing garden with an expanse of level lawn, bordered by mature hedges, shrubs, borders and established trees offering excellent privacy. A terrace runs along the rear and to the side of the property linking the house to the garden. This is ideal for entertaining. A wonderful heather garden provides seasonal interest and a summer house and garden shed provide useful storage. About 1.25 acres.
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    This single family listing located at Gold Hill, Lower Bourne, Farnham offers four bedrooms. The property is currently offered for $1,546,628.

    This property is presented by Roger Wade of Strutt & Parker headquartered in England.