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Built approximately 8 years ago for the current owner, this impressive property offers an extensive range of accommodation extending to over 3000 sq.ft. On the ground floor the principle reception areas are largely open plan making this a great proposition for people who enjoy entertaining. The 22ft drawing room centres on a fireplace with wood burning stove. Wooden flooring continues seamlessly through to the formal dining area which in turn links to the bright kitchen breakfast room with flagstone style flooring, painted units, Belfast sink and space for a range cooker. Bi-fold doors open onto the terrace and provide a lovely outlook onto the attractive rear gardens. Continuing on the ground floor there is a further reception room currently used as a family/cinema room as well as a utility room and cloakroom.
On the upper floors there are four bedrooms including a 18ft8 master bedroom with built in wardrobe and en suite bathroom. Bedroom two also benefits from an en suite whilst the two remaining bedrooms are served by the family bathroom.
Set in the rural hamlet of Palestine approximately 2 miles from the village of Grateley which offers a Post Office and two stores, primary school, two public houses and a church. The village also offers a mainline railway station (1 mile) which provides fast links to Waterloo (1 hour 15 minutes). The pretty market town of Stockbridge lies just 8.5 miles south east and offers an excellent range of independent shops and eateries. The commercial centres of Winchester, Salisbury and Basingstoke are all within easy travelling distance. The A303 is also just 8 miles away which provides convenient access to London and the West Country. The area is well served by country pursuits including walking, horse riding, shooting and fishing on the River Test. There are also excellent educational facilities in the area including Farleigh School situated approximately 7 miles away.
The plot is as impressive as the property itself. Extending to approximately 0.5 acre in total, the house sits to the front of the plot providing ample off road parking but also ensuring the majority of the ground lie to the rear of the property. Immediately adjacent to the house is a stone terrace leading in turn to a level area of lawn edged by well stocked shaped borders and mature trees. To the side of the lawn area is a timber outbuilding converted to a home office. At the far end of the plot is an impressive vegetable garden and a further substantial timber outbuilding used as a workshop. There is also additional vehicular access to the rear of the plot.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Test Valley Borough Council SERVICES: Mains Electricity & Water. Oil Fired/Solar Under Floor Heating, Private Drainage.
Master Bedroom with En Suite
Bedroom 2 with En Suite
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