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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Critchmere Hill, GU27

Sold STC £825,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Receptions
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Freehold
  • Great Location

Full description

Key Features

  • Modern, energy efficient detached house
  • Light and spacious
  • Under-floor heating
  • Flat south-facing garden
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Master bedroom with en-suite and walk-in-wardrobe
  • Impressive double-height entrance
  • Large sitting room, opening to garden
  • Modern eat-in kitchen, opening to garden
  • Separate formal dining room
  • Integral garage – easy conversion to study and separate boot room (STPP)
  • Huge loft – potential additional bedrooms (STPP)
  • Walk to train, schools and shops incl. new M&S Food!


Full Description

This lovely home’s impressive double-height entrance and reception hall features a skylight and an oak-balustraded staircase (with under-stair storage cupboard) leading up to a large cantilevered landing. 

The ground floor features under-floor heating throughout, and has been finished with oak flooring through the hall, dining room and sitting room, with oak and glass double-doors accessing each of these rooms.

The large dining room includes an impressive bay window, and the very spacious sitting room features built-in floor-to-ceiling shelving along one wall, a marble fireplace (gas) and casement French doors opening onto the sandstone-paved sun terrace and garden.

The kitchen, utility room and cloakroom have tiled flooring.  The modern kitchen overlooks the garden and includes an island / breakfast bar as well as accommodating a six-seat table, and also opens via French doors onto the sun terrace and garden.

The wide, south-facing garden is level (which is not common in hilly Haslemere) and is a real sun-trap.  The garden is mainly bordered with beech hedging, with the back of the house being covered with long-established rose and jasmine plants.

Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms, the main bathroom and an airing cupboard arranged around the large cantilevered landing.  The master bedroom also includes an en-suite bathroom, as well as a large built-in wardrobe plus a separate walk-in dressing room, and a feature dormer window with a lovely outlook over the garden and countryside beyond.

The three other bedrooms are also large double rooms.  One, which includes an almost full-width bay window, is currently used as a study and guest room (with sofa-bed).

The main bathroom includes a separate bath and shower.  Both bathrooms have 2m high heated towel rails. 

The very large loft space has the potential to be converted into a third storey that could accommodate further bedrooms, with stair access that could be created through the current airing cupboard (STPP).

In addition to the integral garage (which also houses the gas boiler and hot water tank), up to five further vehicles can park on the driveway. Similar to a neighbouring house that was built at the same time, the garage has the potential to be converted into a study plus a separate boot room, or a TV room / snug (STPP).


Haslemere is a highly desirable market town situated at the intersection of Surrey, West Sussex and Hampshire, less than an hour’s direct train ride from London Waterloo.  In addition, its close proximity to the A3 provides easy road connections north to London or south to the coast.  Located in the heart of the Surrey Hills, Haslemere offers numerous country walks and is surrounded by some exceptional golf courses and idyllic villages, as well as the South Downs and other areas of outstanding natural beauty.  The extensive National Trust lands at the Devil’s Punchbowl and Black Down are both less than 3 miles walk from Haslemere High Street.  Haslemere itself includes a selection of boutique shops, three supermarkets (including Waitrose and M&S), coffee shops, restaurants, pubs, excellent local state and private schools and a modern leisure centre with 25m swimming pool.  A wider variety of shops and department stores can be found in nearby Guildford.  Haslemere has long been popular with home buyers due to its excellent transport links to London and its highly attractive setting and surrounds, making it one of Surrey’s most beautiful places to live.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
28 April 2016

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