ESTATE AGENTS IN HASLEMERE
A quintessential village based in Surrey and bordering West Sussex and Hampshire, Haslemere offers a great mix of natural beauty and city life. This desirable location has brilliant transport connections to Waterloo and the south coast and plenty of amenities – estate agents in Haslemere recommend this location for families and couples who want a calmer way of life, as well as professionals seeking an easy commute to London.
Find Your Place
Residents of Haslemere have access to a great range of countryside and natural attractions, as the area forms part of the South Downs National Park. There are plenty of cycle and walking routes to choose from and National Trust countryside surrounding the area, with Swan Barn Farm just moments form the High Street. The town is the gateway to the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty too, which has served as inspiration to many artists and authors over the years.
Shopping and Entertainment
Haslemere has a great selection of pubs, cafés and restaurants, from The Devils Punch Bowl which offers beautiful surrounding scenery to Applegarth Farm which offers a diverse menu for breakfasts, lunches and dinners. There’s also a great pub scene, with the Swan and The White Horse both popular choices with local residents. For shopping, you’re spoiled for choice – the town has a host of boutiques, independent book stores and delis. In the centre of the town, you’ll find supermarkets and brand stores, as well as a farmer’s market on the first Sunday of each month.
Haslemere has two cricket clubs – Haslemere and Grayswood – as well as a non-league football club, Shottermill & Haslemere F.C. There’s a local leisure centre which boasts a number of great facilities including hockey pitches, four rugby pitches and two football pitches.
Festivals and Events
Haslemere Hall offers a varied calendar of theatre productions, music events and cinema screenings throughout the year. Haslemere Fringe Festival is also popular with locals – this annual event takes place over a packed weekend of music and comedy. There’s also the International Dolmetsch Early Music Festival held here each year.
The Haslemere Educational Museum is one of the highlights of the town – it boasts a vast collection of historical artefacts and events, including an open-air theatre. St Bartholemew’s Church dates back to 1870 and was actually rebuilt at this time on the foundations of an older building dating back to the 13th century. Within the church, there is a memorial window celebrating Alfred Lord Tennyson. Other notable points of interest in Haslemere include the Old Town Well and Swan Barn Walk, which can be found at the end of Well Lane and offer beautiful views over countryside landscapes. There is also the Half Moon House, one of the oldest buildings in the town that dates back to the 15th century.
There’s a mix of public and independent schools for all ages in Haslemere, with primary schools including St Barholemew’s, Shottermill Junior School, Camelsdale Primary and Graywood Church of England School. For children of secondary school age, there is Woolmer Hill School, as well as two private schools – The Royal and St Ives.
Haslemere is an affluent town and with the numerous period properties dotted around its streets, it’s easy to see why. For those looking to invest in property in Haslemere, there are several popular roads including Weydown Lane which offers easy access to Haslemere Station; Tennysons Lane, Fernden Lane and Bell Vale Lane, all of which offer stunning million-pound properties; and Bunch Lane and Farnham Lane which offer more affordable housing. Haslemere boasts a mix of detached and semi-detached family period homes as well as one and two-bedroom cottages that are ideal for smaller families or couples.
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