Once called Eversley House, Firgrove manor was built in 1736 and as you would expect of a property of this age, the mews house features high ceilings, sash windows and an open fireplace.
With a high ceiling, the hall creates an impressive entrance as you enter this inviting property. An attractive cast iron fireplace with a timber mantle and a tiled inset and hearth is the focal point of the living room that also features twin sash windows with folding timber shutters.
A connecting doorway leads through to the kitchen that has been fitted with a modern range of floor and wall mounted cabinets and granite worktops, upstands and splash back. Integrated appliances include an electric double oven, a four ring gas hob with an extractor hood, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and there is space and plumbing for a washing machine.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms and a bathroom. The master bedroom features a part vaulted ceiling, a sash window looking over the rear of the property and the second bedroom benefits from an over stairs storage cupboard. The bathroom has been fitted with a contemporary white suite.
The surrounding grounds consist of around three acres of Georgian styled lawns with mature Rhododendron and laurel borders. Mature trees surround the Manor with its name Fir Grove coming from the line of Douglas Fir trees along the drive. The mews house is set within an attractive court yard area that has an ornamental pond and in front of the building are two allocated parking bays.
Not only is this wonderful property available to purchase, but it is also available to rent. If you would like to visit the property with a view to purchasing the home, please contact our Hartley Wintney office on 01252 844015, email@example.com or click here to view the property details.
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