Prices from £2,250
Sleeps 10 people
Harambee House is a beautiful country residence tucked away on a private road in the heart of rural Hampshire, a true oasis of tranquillity with nothing but the sound of the breeze in the trees and the gentle sound of birdsong filtering through the air. This level of seclusion and privacy is hard to find, particularly just one hour away from the hustle and bustle of central London. The long private driveway leads through the grounds to the house, rising majestically through the trees.
Entrance Hall: Spacious entrance area with original oak panelled walls, sweeping solid oak staircase and umbrella/coat stand.
Kitchen: Fully equipped kitchen with five ring gas hob, double oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer with ice machine and all equipment and crockery. Beautiful views over the gardens with a separate breakfast area with dining table and chairs, and built in seating. Sliding doors to terrace and door to utility room.
Explore photographs of the Harambee House here, with a selection of images showing the exterior, interior rooms and bedrooms, along with the grounds and setting of this truly beautiful property.
- Outdoor heated swimming pool
- Ice machine
- Wood burning stove
- Large private grounds
- Helipad available on request
In the area
Harambee House is set in the beautiful East Hampshire countryside, around 2.5 miles from Liphook. The property is just one hour’s drive from central London and affords easy access from both the south coast and Home Counties. Woking lies 25 miles north east from the house whilst Portsmouth is 27 miles to the south west.
The house is incredible, the master bedroom is breathtaking, the place is very spacious and all the guests that stayed there absolutely loved it. We were lucky during our stay that on the Saturday the weather was good, so we had a barbecue outside, overlooking the lush green fields that the property owns. Johnny had very kindly warmed the pool up for us, and that was certainly the star attraction. It was literally like a giant hot tub. Nobody believed me when I text them to give them a heads up that the pool was literally steaming, and after several hours in the pool, we ended up getting out because …
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Harambee House is charming property that represents excellent value for money. The tranquil setting and beautiful grounds are just wonderful, with a fabulous heated pool and built in BBQ. The house is tastefully furnished with spacious rooms and is perfect for families, with a family games room and a lovely large lounge opening out onto the grounds.
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