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A very spacious mews house forming part of an exceptional Grade II Listed Georgian building and occupying a stunning location with distant rural views. The careful conversion of Froyle House has created a lovely village home whilst still retaining all of the inherent character of the original building with well-proportioned rooms with high ceilings and large sash windows. The house is beautifully appointed and the generous accommodation includes a large double aspect sitting room with a fireplace and a wood burning stove and study. The spacious kitchen / dining room is fitted with a range of cabinets and granite work surfaces together with a Neff induction hob, Smeg microwave and oven, Neff Dishwasher, Neff washing machine and Neff refrigerator and freezer. Of note, the study could also be utilised as a ground floor bedroom. There are two bedrooms to the first floor with the added option of a further occasional bedroom or dressing room adjoining the principal room. The principal bedroom is a fine double aspect room with a very stylish en suite bath and shower room. There is a also a separate family bathroom with modern and stylish fittings. This is a very appealing village home with a feeling of light and space throughout together with lovely long rural views.
Upper Froyle stands amidst fine Hampshire countryside between the villages of Bentley and Holybourne. The village has an active community and together with Lower Froyle provides a public house, village hall and filling station/shop. The larger village of Bentley provides a further shop, school and station to London Waterloo. The historic market town of Alton has a good range of High Street shops together with a Waitrose food shop and M&S, weekly and specialist markets, schooling for all age groups including a sixth form college and railway station to London Waterloo.
A private terrace adjoins the kitchen and provides an ideal outside seating and entertaining area with long views over the communal grounds to the open countryside beyond. The property is approached at the front via a shared driveway with allocated parking for two vehicles. The communal gardens and grounds surround Froyle House and provide a beautiful setting with distant views over open countryside.
Lease term 999 years from 25th April 2014. Service Charge £1350.48. Ground rent £200 pa.
3 / 4 Bedrooms
Study / Bedroom 3
En Suite Bathroom
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