Old Bramhyl is a most delightful Grade II listed semi-detached cottage with a wealth of character features. Believed to date back to the late 1550's, the property is approached via a gravel driveway with parking and has attractive part stone, part brick and part tile hung elevations under a tiled roof. The property has been updated and improved with great attention to detail including many of the original features such as the magnificent Inglenook fireplace in the siting room as well as numerous timbers and beams. In addition to the sitting room, there is a dual aspect dining room, a well fitted kitchen, two good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.
To the front of the property, there is a charming cottage garden with numerous specimen shrubs and bushes with a pathway leading to the front door. There is side access to the rear garden where there is a paved terrace area with an area of lawn surrounded by well stocked flower borders and beds. There is a useful garden store and access to the garage.
Located on the rural fringes of Haslemere close to National Trust land including Marley Common. Haslemere is an attractive town with a good range of independent shops, boutiques, restaurants and coffee houses and a Waitrose and MandS Food Hall. There are good road links to London and the south coast and the mainline station offers a fast service to London Waterloo in around 48 minutes. There are excellent schools for all ages and leisure facilities including The Haslemere Leisure Centre which is nearby. The surrounding area has some stunning countryside much of which is in the ownership of the National Trust offering wonderful walking and riding opportunities.
A delightful character Grade II listed semi-detached cottage with a magnificent Inglenook fireplace.
Haslemere’s close proximity to London has made this lovely town hugely popular with commuters – Waterloo is just 49 minutes by train and travelling by car is just as easy with the A3 on our doorstep.
However, its greatest allure is our beautiful properties; we have more than 100 listed buildings in Haslemere alone making this a commuter town with a strong sense of history. You’ll find substantial detached family homes, generous gardens and attractive apartments with amazing views over the beautiful English countryside. Haslemere as an area is blessed with excellent state and private schooling, catering for all ages through to sixth form.
You’ll find a good selection of places to eat and drink in the town, from pubs and cafés to independent restaurants and popular chains with plenty more cosy pubs to be discovered in the surrounding villages. There’s an interesting mix of convenience shops and quirky independent boutiques and a monthly Farmers’ Market while the biannual Haslemere Charter Fair that’s been running since 1393 brings the High Street to life with live music and fairground style attractions.
The countryside around Haslemere is breathtaking. The Devil’s Punchbowl near Hindhead is a great place to explore and the deep curve of the natural amphitheatre gives you some amazing views of the local landscape.
If you’re into sports you’ll certainly love it here, not only is Haslemere surrounded by beautiful countryside ideal for outside pursuits, there’s the well-equipped Haslemere Leisure Centre’s facilities, numerous outstanding sports clubs, including Haslemere Tennis Club, various cricket teams, hockey and rugby. Haslemere Henry Adams continue to involve themselves in the local community through schemes with local schools and of course this year (2019) with the Haslemere Hounds.
If you’d like to buy, sell or let a property in Haslemere, get in touch with your local team and discover the Henry Adams difference for yourself.