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Easebourne Street, Midhurst, West Sussex, GU29

Guide price £650,000


3 Beds 1 Bath 1 Reception

REF: MID230169


A charming Grade II Listed detached house, located in a highly sought after location with a walled garden and outbuildings Ground Floor Porch, Hall, Kitchen, Sitting room, Dining room, Cloakroom First Floor 2 double bedrooms, Single bedroom, Family bathroom Outside Workshop / utility room, Store, Terrace, Walled Garden, Parking, In all about 0.15 acres The School House sits in the former Easebourne Primary School site which is being developed by Metis Homes. Planning Ref. No. SDNP/21/04041/FUL The Property School House is a charming, detached Grade II Listed house with three bedrooms, situated in a sought after position on Easebourne Street, within walking distance of Easebourne, Cowdray Farm Shop and Midhurst town centre. The property is light and has welcoming accommodation comprising of a welly/coat room following into a practical kitchen with wall and base units and space for a dishwasher. The sitting room and dining room are generous in size with working fireplaces, high ceilings and large windows. The house benefits from having an understairs cupboard which is currently used as a larder a further utility area and cloakroom. The first floor consists of two double bedrooms, a single bedroom room, a family bathroom and a large airing cupboard. Gardens and Grounds School House has an attractive walled garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a range of mature trees. The house benefits from two outbuildings currently used for storage, one of which we believe was formerly used as a forge room. The Location School House is situated on Easebourne Street, a sought after location situated just over a mile from the historic market town of Midhurst, in the centre of the South Downs National Park. Easebourne has a Church, school, a pub and a village store. The renowned Cowdray Farm shop and café is close by together with the golf club and the polo grounds as well as the popular M&S garage. Midhurst town provides for most everyday needs whilst Haslemere has a more extensive range of shops, restaurants, leisure facilities, two supermarkets and the fast mainline station to London (Waterloo). Midhurst and the surrounding area have much to offer with Polo at Cowdray Park, racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, golf at Cowdray Park, Goodwood, Pulborough and Liphook, motor racing at the Goodwood circuit and sailing out of Chichester Harbour and other centres along the South Coast. There are many footpaths and bridleways in the area for walking and riding. There are a wide range of very good schools nearby namely, Conifers, Easebourne Primary, Seaford College, Bohunt and Midhurst Rother College, to name but a few. Distances By Road: London 55 miles, Midhurst 1 mile, Haslemere 8 miles, Chichester 13 miles By Rail: Haslemere to London Waterloo from 49 minutes