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An exceptionally well-appointed and very spacious individual detached house occupying a mature village location. The house was carefully designed and built by the existing owners in 2004 with skill and sympathy to create an exceptional family home to complement the mature village setting. The appeal and combination of light, space and character is immediate with an oak staircase and spacious galleried reception hall complemented with oak internal doors and flooring. The generous living accommodation includes a wonderful sitting room with a high ceiling and a wood burning stove and a spacious dining room. Of note, there is a very useful study area set just off the reception hall. The living accommodation is beautifully complemented by a bespoke fitted kitchen with underfloor heating and a south-west aspect with French doors opening out to the garden. The property also has the considerable benefit of a utility room and shower room to the ground floor. The first floor accommodation is set around a galleried landing and includes a principal bedroom suite with an adjoining dressing area and shower room. The further three bedrooms are complemented by a family bath/shower room.
The house enjoys a mature established village location within the sought after village of Beech. The village has a strong community with a church, village hall and recreation grounds. There are a number of foot and bridle paths nearby, ideal for country pursuits, including Bushy Leaze Wood opposite. The village of Bentworth, about three miles distant, has a primary school, public house and a church. The village of Medstead, about two miles, has two shops, church, village hall and primary school. Alton provides a good range of individual shops together with weekly and specialist markets, Waitrose food shop, M&S, cinema, sports centre, two secondary schools, sixth form college and mainline station to London Waterloo.
The house stands within attractive landscaped grounds providing a beautiful setting with areas of lawn and a small pond together with well-stocked flower and shrub borders and a variety of young and mature trees. A paved terrace adjoins the kitchen/breakfast room and provides an ideal outside seating area. There is an area of decking to the rear (adjoining bedroom 3) with steps to a summer house and garden store. The house is approached via a tarmac driveway providing parking and access to the front. There is a detached garage and workshop together with two greenhouses and further driveway parking to the western end of the grounds.
Galleried Reception Hall
En Suite Shower Room
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