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Guide Price £575,000 (Freehold)
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A beautifully presented, completely refurbished and remodelled town centre property with 3 bedrooms (master en-suite), a delightful sitting room with original shutters, fitted kitchen with separate large utility, private parking and garage, enjoying many original features and views of Farnham Castle from the first floor.

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This beautiful attached property, built in approximately 1830, is one of Farnham's charming Grade II Listed town centre homes which has been completely refurbished and remodelled by the current owner. Great thought has gone into the design of the property whilst still retaining many of the original features of this period, which blend seamlessly with the modern quality fitments for today's living. Features include solid oak flooring to the hallway, double glazed windows (many are sash), high ceilings, luxury bathroom and wet room, and fitted kitchen with porcelain tiling and oak worktops. There is a large separate utility room, modernised to the same standard as the kitchen and provides ample space for all laundry requirements together with room for additional appliances. Stunning original shutters in the sitting room enhance this delightful room and the master bedroom, which has views of Farnham Castle, has its own luxury en-suite wet room. The third bedroom benefits from the family bathroom and a few steps from the landing lead up to the second bedroom which has feature ceiling beams and windows. Outside there is private parking and a single garage which has light and power, and communal well tended gardens. This is a fabulous property located in the heart of the town and needs to be viewed to fully appreciate all that it has to offer.

Carpeted Communal Entrance Hall with front door. * Entrance Hall with solid oak flooring. Sitting Room - a delightful room with open fireplace featuring arched alcoves either side, dado rail, sash window with shutters and ample storage areas, shelves and cupboards. Oak steps from the hall lead down to the Utility Room which has a tiled floor, sink unit, oak work tops and space with plumbing for washing machine. Cloakroom with low level w.c. and wash basin. A few steps from the hall lead up to the Kitchen which has a tiled floor, coloured stylish units and oak work tops, slim dishwasher, Neff single oven and gas hob with Elica extractor over, Villeroy and Boch sink with boiling tap and feature shelving.

Stairs to First Floor. Landing with unique pillared display alcove fitted with a mirror. Bedroom 1 - a good-sized front aspect room with a wardrobe cupboard and views of Farnham Castle. En-Suite Wet Room with feature exposed brick wall, wash basin with drawers beneath, low level w.c. and tiled floor. Bedroom 3 a further front aspect room. Family Bathroom with exposed brick wall, panelled bath with shower over, low level w.c. wash basin with light above and tiled floor.

Stairs up to Bedroom 2 with exposed timber and window feature and further unique window.

  • Completely refurbished and remodelled accommodation
  • 3 Bedroom (master en-suite)
  • Kitchen with large separate utility room
  • Delightful sitting room with original window shutters
  • Private parking and garage

Garden and Exterior

Wrought iron railings and gate lead to the front entrance which has a shingled bed and box hedging. The Communal rear gardens are well tended and have many established mature shrubs. The property has its own Single Garage with up-and-over door, light and power and a single parking space.

Maintenance charge for communal areas £550 per annum


The property of this property is a particular feature being in the heart of Farnham town within a stone's throw of all the shops, bars, bistros and restaurants, St Andrew's Church and doctors surgery. The main line station with services to Waterloo in under the hour, is approximately 0.3 of a mile as is the Sports Centre and various other recreational activities. The A31 providing access to the A3, A331 and M3 is also 0.3 of a mile away and the area is surrounded by many miles of open countryside for walking, riding and cycling.