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The house stands close to the heart of the village and forms part of an imaginative range of interesting houses and converted former farm buildings at Kings Farm. The property was influenced by the character and features of the original period buildings and now provides an ideal village home. The generous accommodation is very well-appointed and includes a sitting room with a central stone fireplace, family room / study and garden room. The garden room is ideally positioned to take advantage of the principally south-east aspect and has connecting doors to both the sitting room and breakfast room as well as the garden. The kitchen opens into the breakfast room and is fitted with a number of integrated appliances including an AEG microwave, oven, four ring gas hob, extractor fan, dishwasher and granite work surfaces. There are three well-proportioned bedrooms including a principal bedroom together with fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room to the first floor. The bedroom accommodation is complemented by a traditional bathroom suite with panelled walls and white sanitary ware. Of note, there is also potential fourth bedroom and a further bathroom to the second floor. This is a very appealing and interesting attached village home with the considerable benefit of fine rural views.
The house stands close to the heart of the village and the slightly elevated position ensures fine, far reaching views over the adjoining farmland to the countryside beyond from the first floor rooms. The active hilltop village of Binsted has a public house, church hall, primary school and recreation ground with tennis and croquet clubs. The village is set amidst fine Hampshire countryside within the South Downs national park in between the market towns of Alton and Farnham, both with railway stations to London, Waterloo. The nearby village of Bentley (about 3 miles) has a primary school, shop and mainline railway station to London Waterloo.
The house is approached via a shared shingle driveway providing parking and leading up to an open barn. The middle section of the barn is allocated to The Chawton. The garden is principally to the rear and has a south east aspect with an area of lawn and a paved terrace providing an ideal outside seating area. A paved pathway to the side leads to the front via a gate.
En Suite Shower Room
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