by Aspect County

Fermesham House, Haslemere, Surrey

Fermesham House is a handsome Georgian style family home in a popular part of Haslemere, Surrey. The double-fronted house sits in landscaped gardens and grounds of about 5.7 acres, with a newly renovated swimming pool. Having been significantly improved by the current owners with an emphasis on light and space, Fermesham House has stylish modern interiors and benefits from good ceiling heights, well-proportioned rooms and sash windows.

Savills Fermesham House 2

A large, welcoming entrance hall leads through to the generous family room with contemporary feature inset fireplace, bi-fold doors to the rear terrace and an inter-connecting triple aspect study. To the rear of the house is a stunning L‑shaped open plan kitchen dining/sitting room, also with bi-fold doors, leading to the south facing terrace. The kitchen boasts a bespoke contemporary designed Charter Walk kitchen with integrated Siemens appliances, Quooker tap, central island and stylish classic quartz stone worktops. 

Savills Fermesham House 1

The dining area has a lantern roof and bi-fold doors giving access to the paved terrace, while the sitting area features an attractive open fire with stone surround and French doors to the terrace and garden beyond. There is a further family room with full height storage cupboard to one wall and a cloakroom.

Upstairs, the principal bedroom has dual aspect views over the gardens with built-in wardrobes and an en suite with walk-in shower and twin sinks. There are four further double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate shower room. On the second floor there is a games room/ home gym with skylights and a good sized store room. There is underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, except for the utility, and to all bathrooms and shower rooms. 

Fermesham House is approached by electric gates and a gravel drive, providing plenty of private parking, with a double car port and adjoining workshop. The gardens are private, laid mainly to lawn and framed by mature and specimen trees including a 300-year-old oak. The grounds have been well landscaped and maintained over the years. The newly renovated, heated fibre glass swimming pool has a paved surround, with adjoining decked terrace. There is also a large tractor barn. The remaining grounds and paddock are bordered by trees, hedging and woodland. 

The house sits in about 5.7 acres and there are a further 5.3 acres available by separate negotiation.

Alastair Mercer, director, Savills Guildford says: This stylish modern house has a fantastic layout, with beautiful views over the gardens and woodland, set in a convenient location in a sought-after position close to the popular market town of Haslemere.”

Haslemere has a train station, with journey times to London Waterloo from around 53 minutes, excellent shopping including a range of independent shops, supermarkets, several restaurants and pubs, a number of schools and other facilities. The house is also close to the Devil’s Punch Bowl, Blackdown and the A3

Recreational activities within easy reach include golf at a number of local clubs including Hindhead and Hankley Common, polo at Cowdray, racing and flying at Goodwood and sailing at Chichester Harbour. The surrounding Surrey Hills offers lots of opportunity for walking, cycling and riding in beautiful countryside. 

Guide price £3,250,000