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A recently refurbished Grade II Listed period house of great charm, dating originally from the 17th Century with later additions. The property has been the subject of several recent improvements including a superb handmade kitchen/dining room by Pyrford Interiors incorporating integrated appliances and Falcon cooker, conversion of the cellar into a games/TV room, re-wiring, and provision of oak parquet flooring to principle reception areas. The property retains many period features including a wealth of exposed beams and a handsome inglenook fireplace in the sitting room which includes an old bread oven. To the outside, there is a substantial stone barn which the current owners have recently obtained planning consent for conversion into further accommodation comprising of a 35' long siting room to the ground floor and to the first floor a master bedroom with dressing room and bathroom. Plans are available for inspection at the agents office. An internal inspection is highly recommended.
Occupying a delightful position in unspoilt rural surroundings adjoining open fields and close to National Trust commons, ideal for walking and riding. The hamlet of Passfield with village shop is within 0.25 mile. More comprehensive facilities are available at Liphook, including an excellent range of shops, recreational facilities including two golf courses and mainline station on the Waterloo/Portsmouth line. There is an excellent choice of both state and private schools in the vicinity. The nearby A3 provides access to Guildford, London and the south coast.
DOUBLE OAK CAR PORT: with light and power connected. STONE BARN: 35'7 x 14'2 currently used for garaging and workshop area. There is light and power connected with electric roller doors. Adjoining Boiler Room. Old Piggery. Oil Tank. Water Taps. Outside Lighting.
GARDEN: To the front, two five bar gates open onto a gravel driveway leading to the carport. A side gate leads to the rear where there is a brick paved sun terrace with lawn beyond. The garden is interspersed with well stocked borders of flowering and herbaceous shrubs and some raised stone beds. There are several specimen and fruit trees. The rear garden is well enclosed with hedging and walling affording a good degree of privacy and there is a delightful aspect to the rear over fields. In all the GARDEN EXTENDS TO ABOUT 0.28 ACRE.
SERVICES: Mains Water, Electricity and Drainage. Oil Fired Central Heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: East Hampshire District Council. Tel: 01730 266551
Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
Three Further Bedrooms
Fitted Kitchen/Dining Room
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate