Tulls is a Grade II-listed farmhouse, with a compact country estate in a beautiful setting with equestrian facilities. The property is in Hampshire, three miles from Liphook, seven miles from Haslemere and 18 miles from Guildford. London Waterloo is just under an hour away on the train.
Local equestrian centres include Gracelands Equestrian Centre, which is less than 15 minutes from your door (seven miles), Wellington Riding (21.5 miles) and Crofton Manor Equestrian Centre (32 miles) to name just a few nearby.
Liphook Equine Hospital (5.5 miles) is just under 15 minutes down the road for any veterinary needs.
You can head to Iping Cross-Country Course is about 20 minutes away (nine miles) for cross-country schooling and if hunting is more your thing, head out with the Chiddingfold, Leconfield and Cowdray.
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Set in 12.3 acres, the grounds are primarily fenced paddocks, all of which have been recently re-fenced in post and rail.
The stable block provides two large stables and a 24x12ft foaling box, in addition to a separate feed store and tack room. Planning permission has been granted to install a 60x20m sand arena directly adjacent to the stables too.
Further outbuildings include a cow shed, granary, hay and tractor barn and various log stores.
Tulls is entered off Tulls Lane and the principal gardens immediately surrounding the house comprise a mixture of formal lawns and terraces with plenty of mature shrubs and bushes. Formal lawns overlook the land, and lead to a semi-wooded area in which a camp fire and adventure playground are situated. There is also an office building and workshop, set within a sunken garden.
There is an additional 16th Century barn, which provides an entertaining space for large parties and provides additional storage too.
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Tulls boasts a wealth of period features, including old beams and feature fireplaces. The kitchen/breakfast room is in the centre of the property and opens onto the formal dining room.
There is also planning permission and listed building consent approved to add on a small extension to the first floor (including a large oak balcony from the master suite, which would lead out onto the gardens).
This property has six/seven bedrooms, five reception rooms and two bathrooms.
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