The property comprises a large attractive detached red brick property believed to be late Victorian or Edwardian. The site is rectangular in shape. The property comprises a gross internal area (GIA) of approximately 3,568 sq. ft. (331.5 sq. m) including the conservatory, but not the cabin in the rear garden, which measures approximately 179 sq. ft. (16.7 sq. m) GIA. The approximate site area is 0.3 acres. The property was previously used as a registered care home for blind and partially sighted persons (C2 Use).
The ground floor is currently laid out to provide three residential bedrooms, a sitting room, meeting/ dining room, kitchen, office accommodation (with staff WC), laundry and two separate WC/ shower rooms. A conservatory is attached to the meeting / dining room.
The first-floor accommodation comprises 5 further bedrooms and two bathrooms.
At the front of the property there is parking for approximately 6 cars. There is a large garden to the rear, mainly laid to lawn, with a detached cabin, patio and small pond. The property is in generally good order.
Fleet is located approximately 36 miles southwest of London and is the major town in the Hart District of Hampshire. Hart has been cited as on of the UK's most desirable places to live (Halifax Quality of Life Study).
The property is situated at the eastern end of Elvetham Road, close to the junction with Fleet Road, the main arterial route running through central Fleet. The property is situated in a predominately residential area providing a varied mix of residences, including flats and large detached family homes.