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An exceptionally spacious terraced cottage standing in a fine edge of village location combined with the opportunity to purchase a fully operating boarding cattery business at the same time.
The property is far larger than initially anticipated and has been carefully extended over the years to create a very comfortable village home. The well presented and generous accommodation has a flexible and versatile layout. There is a very spacious kitchen/dining room with under lighting and double doors opening into the vaulted sitting room also with under lighting. From here there is a conservatory with an air conditioning unit for warm and cool air and a door leading out to the garden. There is also a study which could be utilised as a third bedroom. There are two bedrooms to the first floor with an en suite shower room to the principal bedroom. Of note, both bedrooms have fitted wardrobes.
In addition, the cottage is being sold with a trading boarding cattery business comprising seven timber framed units as well as a holding / isolation unit. The business 'The Cattery at Cuckoos Corner' is operating normally and the vendor is willing to discuss the day-to-day operation of the cattery with any potential purchasers.
The cottage stands in an established location about a quarter of a mile from the centre of the village. The active village of Holybourne has a shop, public house, church, pond, primary school and Eggars Secondary School. The market towns of Farnham and Alton provide a comprehensive range of facilities as well as mainline railway stations to London Waterloo. The nearby A31 provides a link to the M3 and A3 and a route to London, the south west and beyond.
The cottage is accessed directly from the London Road. A right of way is in place over the adjoining neighbours driveway and provides access to the rear. There are doors from the kitchen/breakfast room and conservatory out to the garden. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a paved terrace together with a raised flower border and young and mature trees.
A paved pathway provides access via a gate to the boarding cattery. The enclosures were built by Neaversons in 2012 upon a concrete base and are of timber construction under a felt roof. Each of the seven insulated units extend to about 4' x 4'. Six units have connecting accommodation with hatches allowing for multiple occupation. There are also external covered runs enclosed by timber and mesh beneath a perspex roof. Power, light and water connected.
Study / Bedroom 3
En Suite Shower Room
Gas fired Central Heating
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