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A very handsome and substantial house of great history forming the principal portion of a Victorian barn and hop kiln standing in a fine edge of village location with exceptional rural views. Original bricks set in lime mortar, old beams and roof trusses blend beautifully with contemporary fixtures to create a village house of real character. The feeling of space is immediate with a large central reception hall with a stone tiled floor. Double doors open from the hall into a very impressive drawing room with a brick fireplace and two sets of French doors opening out to the south facing rear garden. The generous living accommodation takes full advantage of the history of the building with lower and upper ground floor reception rooms forming part of the original tower. The accommodation is beautifully complemented by a fully equipped kitchen/breakfast room with granite work surfaces and a separate utility room. There are five bedrooms with three enjoying en suite facilities. The bedrooms are set off a stunning vaulted landing and have exposed beams and vaulted ceilings. The principal bedroom suite was created from the upper part of the main tower and is a wonderful room. Of note, the house also has the benefit of under floor heating to the ground floor.
The active village of East Worldham is set amidst fine Hampshire countryside between the villages of Selborne, Binsted and Kingsley. There is a village hall, public house and 13th century church. The house forms part of a group of just seven homes at Manor Farm Barns standing in a stunning edge of village location bordering open countryside. This area was well known for its hop growing and Manor Farm Barns were, for many years, primarily devoted to the harvesting and drying of hops. East Worldham is approximately three miles from the thriving market town of Alton, which benefits from a good range of individual shops, cinema, sports centre, two secondary schools, 6th form college and railway station to London Waterloo. The market town of Farnham is about ten and a half miles distant.
The house has the most attractive landscaped garden with a principally south aspect to the rear and distant rural views over the surrounding countryside. The garden is well tended with a paved terrace, lawn and borders well stocked with a variety of flowering plants, shrubs and small trees. Of note, there is a separate rose garden to the side. The double garage and parking is set to the rear of the garden with gate access.
Sitting Room / Study
3 En Suite Shower Rooms
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