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A beautifully appointed and spacious detached family house standing within about a mile of the centre of the village with fine countryside views to the rear. The house is very well-appointed and there is an immediate feeling of space with a galleried reception hall featuring a wood laminate floor. The generous living accommodation includes a large double aspect sitting room with a fireplace and connecting doors into a very well well-positioned conservatory overlooking the garden. The layout is ideal for a growing family with the dining room opening directly into both the kitchen and conservatory. The kitchen is fitted with a range of modern cabinets and features a central island with a ceramic hob and extractor unit over. Of note, there is also a study, ground floor cloakroom and internal access from the hall into the double garage. The first floor accommodation is set around a spacious landing and bedroom 1 features a dressing area with a range of fitted wardrobes together with an en-suite shower/wet room. Four further bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the accommodation. This is a well-designed family home with a very pleasant rural outlook over fields and the Watercress Steam Railway line (set in a cutting) to the rear.
The house stands in a mature edge of village location with fine rural views to the rear. Much of the appeal of the popular village of Four Marks is its location amidst fine Hampshire countryside between the villages of Ropley, Medstead and Chawton. The regional centres of Winchester, Basingstoke and Alton collectively provide a comprehensive range of facilities as well as mainline railway stations to London Waterloo. The village of Four Marks has a parade of shops, church and primary school. In addition, the market town of Alresford provides a further range of day to day facilities including the very well renowned Perins secondary school. The A31 provides a route to the A3 and M3 linking to London, the south coast and beyond.
The house is well set back from The Shrave, a small service road, and features a large shared drive with ample car parking and turning space for several vehicles. The garden has been landscaped to take full advantage of the setting with a paved patio immediately adjoining the rear of the house and featuring a commanding view over the garden towards the fields and farmland beyond. There is a more formal area of garden next to the patio with a path passing between the raised borders to a further area of garden with vegetable beds, greenhouse and garden shed.
20'7" Sitting Room
En-suite dressing area and shower room to Bedroom 1
Integral Double Garage
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