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A handsome and beautifully appointed individual detached family house standing close to the heart of the village in landscaped grounds of about a quarter of an acre. The house is believed to date from 1932 and has been sensitively extended and improved by the existing owners to provide a very interesting, bright and spacious village home. The versatile living accommodation is ideally suited for a family and includes a twin aspect sitting room with a fireplace and clearview wood burning stove together with double doors opening out to the rear garden. There is also a dining room with a range of bespoke fitted shelves and cabinets as well as a family room with a fireplace. The accommodation is complemented by a large kitchen / breakfast room with a glass lantern and double doors opening out to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cabinets, pan drawers, integrated dishwasher, larder cupboard and a 6-ring gas range. The addition of a fixed glass roof over the adjoining area of decking has created a perfect outdoor dining area. Of note, the extension of the house also enabled the creation of a shower room and utility / boot room. There are four well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom with a bath and shower cubicle to the first floor. The garden is a very special feature of the house with a variety of areas of interest including an ideally positioned children’s play area.
The house stands close to the centre of the picturesque Hampshire village of South Warnborough. The village stands amidst fine Hampshire countryside between Long Sutton and Upton Grey and has an active community with a public house, shop, church, village hall, playground and multi-use games area for tennis and football. There are further shops in nearby Odiham (3 miles) and a larger range of facilities in the market towns of Alton, Basingstoke and Farnham. Winchfield station provides trains to Waterloo, the fastest being 49 minutes, and access to the M3 at Hook offers a route to London and the south coast.
The house stands within attractive landscaped grounds providing a beautiful setting with an octagonal summerhouse and areas of lawn together with well stocked flower and shrub borders and a variety of young and mature trees. A broad paved sandstone terrace adjoins the kitchen and sitting room and provides an ideal outside seating area. A raised area of lawn to the rear of the garden provides an ideal children’s play area. The house is approached via a pair of gates and a private driveway with access to the garage.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room
Utility / Boot Room
In all Grounds of about 0.241 of an acre
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