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An exceptionally well-positioned individual detached family house occupying a tranquil location with long views over open farmland. The house was built in 2006 with skill and sympathy to take full advantage of the mature edge of village setting with many of the rooms having a double aspect and enjoying countryside views. Features of note include a stunning open plan kitchen/dining room. This is a magnificent room extending to 27'9 / 8.46m with oak flooring and exposed beams together with double doors opening into the garden room. The oak flooring continues into the vaulted sitting room with a brick fireplace and a wood burning stove. There are currently four / five bedrooms including a principal bedroom with an en-suite bath / shower and gallery which has been utilised as an occasional bedroom by the existing owners. Of note, the house was designed to allow for the further enlargement of the first floor. This could be undertaken by extending the gallery area over the sitting room to create two further bedrooms (if required and subject to any necessary consents). This is a very appealing family home with the added benefit of under floor heating to the ground floor and double glazed windows.
The property stands close to the heart of the small rural hamlet of West Worldham. The villages of West and East Worldham stand amidst fine Hampshire countryside about four miles to the south of Alton in between the villages of Selborne and Chawton within the South Downs National Park. Together East and West Worldham have an active community with a public house, two churches and a village hall. The village of Selborne is about 3 miles away and has two public houses, shops, church and primary school. The popular market town of Alton has a good range of individual shops together with weekly and specialist markets, cinema, sports centre, two secondary schools, 6th form college and station to London Waterloo. The surrounding countryside provides ample opportunity for many country pursuits.
The house occupies a beautiful location and there are views from many parts of the garden over the adjoining farmland. The garden to the rear is mainly laid to lawn with a paved terrace providing an ideal outside seating area. A shingle driveway provides ample parking and access to the garage / workshop.
Gallery/Occasional Bedroom 5
Kitchen / Dining Room
Utility / Boot Room
En Suite Bathroom
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