This historic home for sale is more than 500 years old and is full of character features. 

Church Hill Gate, in Haslemere, is thought to date back to 1522, being Grade II listed and sitting in the Haslemere Conservation Area. 

The property was originally part of the neighbouring Church Hill House, and may have been used as stables at one point. 

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Character features of the property include exposed beams and a inglenook fireplace. (Savills )

Period features of the property include a high pitched tiled roof, and a three panel door, while inside there are exposed beams, latch doors and an inglenook fireplace. 

Entering the home, to one side is the sitting room, which houses the large inglenook fireplace, and on the other is the study. 

Leading on from the sitting room is the dining room, with a door through to the traditional style kitchen, plus a WC completing the ground floor. 

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The house is have origins in the 1500s. (Savills )

Upstairs, the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and an additional area that could be used as a walk-in wardrobe or dressing room. 

There are two further bedrooms on this floor, both of which have built-in wardrobes or storage space, and a family bathroom. 

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One of the three bedrooms. (Savills )

Outside, the grounds are described as “ideal” for gardening enthusiasts, as well as for al fresco dining. 

There is also a detached double garage with potential storage areas above, plus driveway parking. 

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The gardens include a double garage. (Savills )

The property is being sold by Savills for a price of £895,000. 

Ed Tighe of Savills says: “This charming period house is in such a convenient location, within walking distance of the station and the town centre. 

“There is also plenty of scope for a new buyer to update and put their own stamp on it.”