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An individual detached family house standing in grounds of about 1.7 acres and occupying an exceptional position with beautiful long views over rolling Hampshire countryside.
The house has been designed to take full advantage of the location with stunning
views from each of the principal rooms and adjoining terraces. The generous and versatile living accommodation includes a spacious double aspect sitting room with a fireplace and a wood burning stove together with a well - proportioned dining room, each with double doors opening out to the extensive terraces.
The large open plan kitchen/breakfast room is the centrepiece of the house and a magnificent room extending to 31 ft. / 9.4 m with double doors opening out to a terrace overlooking the garden
with an adjoining pergola. The kitchen is set around a large island with granite work surfaces and equipped with a range of integrated appliances including a Bosch 5-ring gas
hob with Caple extractor above, two Bosch ovens, steam oven, microwave, dishwasher and Quooker tap.
The careful design of the house also includes a second sitting room/study and a family room / bedroom 5. This area could be utilised as a self-contained annexe, if required. The property also
has the considerable benefit of a utility room and ground floor cloakroom.
There are four well - proportioned bedrooms, including a principal bedroom with a south facing balcony with wonderful views and an en suite bathroom and dressing room. There is also an en
suite shower room to the second bedroom and a separate family bathroom.
This is an ideal family house occupying a superb location.
The house occupies a commanding yet tranquil position with distant views primarily to the south and west towards to the South Downs. The small rural hamlet of Wheatley stands upon high ground amidst fine Hampshire countryside within the South Downs National Park in between the market towns of Alton and Farnham and the villages of Kingsley and Binsted. Local shopping is available at either of the village shops in Bentley or Kingsley and the Country Market farm store. The active hilltop village of Binsted has a public house, church, hall, primary school and recreation ground with tennis and croquet clubs. The village of Kingsley also has a church, public house and tennis centre. The nearby village of Bentley (about 4.5 miles) has a primary school, shop and mainline railway station to London Waterloo. The historic market towns of Alton and Farnham have a good range of high street shops, weekly and specialist markets, schooling for all age groups, further education colleges and mainline stations to London Waterloo. The immediate surrounding countryside provides ample opportunity for a number of country pursuits.
The house is approached via a shingle driveway providing ample parking and access to the double garage. To the rear of the house there is a large workshop/ garden store. Within the garden there are two green houses, a large children’s two storey play house and a mobile chicken hut.
Gardens and Grounds
The house stands within landscaped grounds providing a delightful setting with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. There are sweeping areas of lawn and a pond together with a variety of trees including damson, apple, plum and pear. The paved terraces provide an ideal outside entertaining area to enjoy the garden and view and adjoin the sitting room, dining
room and kitchen.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room
Family Room / Bedroom 5
4 / 5 Bedrooms
En Suite Bathroom & Dressing Room
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