Guide price £475,000
A substantial ground floor apartment in an important Edwardian house with communal gardens and within walking distance of Fernhurst Hall, Cloakroom/shower room, Kitchen, Dining room, Drawing room, Master bedroom, Conservatory, Family bathroom, Large second double bedroom, Storage cupboard, Single garage, Communal maintained gardens, Guest parking, Communal cellar The Property Woodfold is an impressive Edwardian house. It was sold in 1951 as one and subsequently divided into 5 individual dwellings with beautifully landscaped communal gardens. No 1 is on the ground floor and faces east, south and west, providing all day light through the tall Edwardian windows, and offering fantastic southerly views to Henley Hill. The property has many original features including interesting cornicing to the tall ceilings in the dining and drawing room, and an impressive ornate fireplace in the dining room. The property has a fitted kitchen with stunning southerly views. There is cloak/shower room adjacent to the front hall. The modern bathroom has a bath with shower over. The master bedroom is substantially larger than the second double bedroom but both have good proportions. A conservatory on the western side has French doors which open to the lovely communal gardens, with large areas of flat lawns hedging and a magnificent wisteria and rose covered arbour. To the front of the property there is a private single garage and a shared secure garden store and further guest parking. The Location Woodfold is set in a quiet location down a private lane, off the main road, just south and a short walk from Fernhurst village, which has a selection of shops, including an excellent grocery store, village hall, two pubs, a church and good recreational grounds. There are many clubs and activities throughout the year with a good community spirit. Fernhurst sits at the northern gateway to the South Downs National Park. Haslemere to the north has a wide selection of shops, supermarkets and leisure facilities as well as the fast train service to London Waterloo. The town of Guildford and the Cathedral City of Chichester are within easy reach and offer more extensive shopping and leisure facilities. The A3 provides fast access to London, the motorway network, Gatwick, Heathrow and Southampton airports. There are excellent recreational facilities in the area, with polo at Cowdray Park, racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, golf at Cowdray Park, Pulborough and Liphook and sailing out of Chichester Harbour and other centres along the South coast. There is walking and riding on numerous footpaths and bridleways in the area and on the South Downs nearby. By Road: London 50 miles, Fernhurst 0.3 miles, Haslemere 4.5 miles, Midhurst 5 miles, Guildford 20 miles By Rail: Haslemere to London (Waterloo) from 49 minutes Tenure Leasehold with a share of the Freehold. The lease is 999 years dating from 25th March 1982. The freehold is owned by Woodfold (Fernhurst) Company and each of the five residences own an equal 1/5th share of the freehold. Maintenance Charge £260pcm which includes maintenance of the external fabric of the building, buildings insurance and gardening. Agent's Note There are some restrictions upon occupation - please speak to the selling Agent.
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