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What is it like in Haslemere?

Market values Vast detacheds, £800,000-£4m. Large detacheds, £500,000-£800,000. Detacheds, £350,000-£500,000. Semis, £275,000-£600,000. Terraces, £240,000-£340,000. Flats, £150,000-£325,000. Rentals: three-bed houses, £1,200-£1,500 pcm; one-bed flats, £600-£800pcm.

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Walking is also a favourite pastime in Haslemere where visitors can discover the wonderful and diverse countryside and enjoy the fresh air and stunning scenery! 

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Undershaw, the former home of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, was officially opened by MP Jeremy Hunt as Stepping Stones School

James Cholmeley Russell (1841–1912), a barrister, financier, property developer and railway entrepreneur, lived at The Woodlands, Merrow and latterly Longdene House, Haslemere, where he died on 29 August 1912.

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John Tyndall (1820–93) retired to Haslemere in 1885 and is buried in St Bartholemew's parish church, Haslemere. He was an eminent physicist, mountaineer and science educator, and first established the radiative properties of various greenhouse gases.

Haslemere had an Urban District Council (including the villages of Shottermill, Grayswood and Hindhead) until 1974, when the area became part of the new Waverley District, which has since gained borough status. Haslemere, including its satellite settlements, retains a Town (Parish) Council responsible for the allotment gardens in the parish. The leading political party in the town is Conservative, electing 8 members to the Borough Council

This hillside community nestles among the woods leading to Hindhead and consists of approximately forty houses of which three are listed buildings.[6]

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Alex Anderson "There is so much National Trust open countryside surrounding Haslemere."

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Caroline Yates "Hollycombe Steam Collection is an old-fashioned funfair in Liphook, which is full of old-style rides and a steam engine that goes around the woods and departs from a tiny platform."

Two retained firemen who were on call during the 1976 summer fires remember long shifts and 'a whirl of incidents'

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Local news is provided weekly by the Haslemere Herald (established 1896)[14] and other publications.

The Town Council elects a Town Mayor for a term of one year.

Sir Robert Hunter (1844–1913), one of the founders of the National Trust, lived in Three Gates Lane between 1883–1913.[29]

Haslemere lies just east of the A3, the major road between London and Portsmouth, while the south branch of the River Wey rises just to the south of the town, on Black Down in West Sussex. The town's railway station is served by South West Trains services between London Waterloo and Portsmouth, while the town itself has a small commercial district with service and retail amenities.

Arthur Conan Doyle (1859–1930), the creator of Sherlock Holmes, lived in a house called Grayswood Beeches in the latter half of 1896. At the beginning of 1897 he moved to nearby Hindhead.


There are more than 100 listed buildings in Haslemere.[32]

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St Bartholomew's Church was originally a chapel of ease for Chiddingfold, and probably dates from no earlier than the 16th century.[2] It was rebuilt in 1871. The bell tower is the only remaining part of the original building. The church contains memorials to many of the most prominent local residents, including Alfred Lord Tennyson, who lived south of Haslemere at Aldworth House and is commemorated in one of the stained glass windows, featuring Sir Galahad and the Holy Grail.

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South West Trains Services were still being affected on Tuesday morning as the network recovered from a "major signalling power supply issue" caused by the fault

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Schools Primaries: St Bartholomew's CofE is "good", says Ofsted, and Camelsdale "outstanding". The town's secondary, Woolmer Hill, is "good". Lots of independents.

Its High Street is wide because of its use as a cattle market before the 1920s and characterises the heart of Haslemere, with the Town Hall standing at its southern end. The White Horse and The Swan Inn are the two public houses along the main street. Along the High Street, West Street and Charter Walk are a mix of shops (mostly independent), restaurants, cafes, banks and estate agents. In 2009 a Waitrose opened in the town centre replacing the previous Somerfield supermarket.

Haslemere is a quaint and charming market town, steeped in history and the perfect place to shop, dine or stay a while and explore the beautiful surrounding countryside.

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Where to buy It is almost entirely composed of tile-hung gables. Many, especially in the pretty old centre, are medieval originals, half-timbered cottages in-filled with red brick, or 18th- and 19th-century facsimiles. As you rise up the hills out of town into leafy lanes, you'll find arts and crafts, Edwardian and 1920s piles, still all tile-hung gables with equestrian facilities and dreamy views across the wooded downs.

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Whether you come for the weekend or stay longer, Haslemere has a host of attractions for visitors to satisfy all interests!