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A very spacious and handsome village house forming one of a pair believed to have been built in the late 1800's with most attractive elevations of stone with brick detailing and inset double glazed windows beneath a mainly slate roof. This is a house of considerable character and charm that takes full advantage of the features associated with a building of this period. A number of period features have been retained including high ceilings, large bay windows and fire places in both reception rooms. The generous and well proportioned accommodation comprises a large sitting room with an attractive bay window to the front and a separate dining room opening into the kitchen. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of fitted oak fronted cabinets, Bosch five ring gas hob and gas fired Rayburn. The cellar also provides useful additional storage space. The accommodation to the first and second floors is of equal merit and comprises a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom and a family bathroom with three further bedrooms and a shower room (currently not in use) to the second floor.
The house stands within the conservation area close to the centre of the very pretty and unspoilt village of Selborne. The active village of Selborne stands amidst fine Hampshire countryside with a public house, shops, church and primary school. The village is also renowned for its association with Gilbert White, the 18th Century naturalist and is surrounded by scenery of outstanding natural beauty lying at the foot of a beech covered hanger within the South Downs National Park. The larger centres of Liss and Alton collectively provide a wider range of facilities as well as mainline railway stations to London Waterloo. In addition, the A3 can be accessed at Liss providing a route to London and the south coast.
The property can be approached either from the High Street or by a shared driveway to the rear of the property providing access to a space for parking and car port. To the front, there is a small area of garden bound by a low brick wall. The majority of the garden is to the rear and is approximately 39m (127') in length. There is a paved courtyard area providing an ideal outside seating area. The rear garden has been landscaped and is mainly laid to lawn with mature borders. Timber shed.
Parking at Rear
En suite Bathroom
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