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A Summary of Sandhurst Lane

This immaculately presented 1920’s cottage, is offered to the market for the first time in almost two decades. The property has undergone a complete transformation and is a real credit to its current owners.

The double fronted cottage sits in a plot of approx 1/4 acre and has four bedrooms as well an annexe which could be used as a fifth bedroom. There is a dual aspect living room with old stock feature fireplace and french doors leading directly onto the rear patio garden. The dining room has a feature bay window which fills the room with light.

The kitchen, orangery, annex and annex en-suite have a zoned underfloor heating system that work off the boiler. The orangery lantern roof is fitted with rain & thermostatic sensors that he kitchen itself has fully fitted oak units with integrated appliances, granite work surfaces, a double oven and a slate flagstone floor.

The extension was built as a purpose built annexe, has its own entrance, private courtyard garden and fully fitted shower room. Upstairs three of the four bedrooms are very good sized double bedrooms, with built-in wardrobes with the master bedroom having oak fitted units and an en-suite wet room with floor to ceiling travertine tiles and electric underfloor heating. Bedroom five is large and can be used as an annex or fourth reception room. The impressive family bathroom has a large airbath/jacuzzi, granite worktops and electric underfloor heating.

To the rear of the property there are two slate flagstone patios and a south facing garden which is in excess of 140ft in depth, whilst to the front there’s parking for up to six cars. The property is located nearby popular schools, walking distance to Sandhurst train station, lakeside walks just at the end of the road, playing parks and good commuter links via the M3, A30.


  • Annexe
  • 1920’s Cottage
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Large Driveway
  • Beautiful Mature Rear Garden
  • En-Suite to Master

The Floorplan of Sandhurst Lane

Sandhurst Lane floorplan

A map of Sandhurst Lane and the local area

The surrounding area

Blackwater lies on the corner of Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey. It is close to Farnborough, Sandhurst and Camberley, giving residents access to everything you could need- shops, supermarkets, leisure facilities and much more. Blackwater is also on the M3 so provides great transport links for commuters.

The EPC of Sandhurst Lane

Sandhurst Lane EPC


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