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A handsome and substantial individual detached family house forming part of a tranquil no-through private estate. The house was designed to complement and take full advantage of the setting with each of the principal rooms having a fine aspect over the surrounding grounds of about one acre.
First impressions are of light, space and character with a stunning galleried reception hall featuring corniced ceilings and a wide oak staircase leading to a cantilevered landing.
The generous living accommodation is set off the reception hall and includes a wonderful triple aspect drawing room with double doors to the garden and a central fireplace with a wood burning stove. The dining room has a fine view over the rear garden and double doors to the drawing room and reception hall. The versatile accommodation also includes a sitting room and a fully fitted study. The kitchen/breakfast room is set at the heart of the house and is fitted with a range of bespoke cabinets together with granite work surfaces, a slate floor and gas fired Aga. Of note, there is also a utility/boot room and cloakroom to the ground floor.
The six bedrooms are set off the galleried landing and include a principal bedroom with an en suite bathroom with a separate shower cubicle and two wash hand basins. There is also a guest
bedroom suite with an en suite shower room. There are a further three double bedrooms and a single bedroom complemented by a Jack and Jill bathroom and a family shower room. This is a very appealing family home with well-proportioned and
comfortable family accommodation set in a private and well established location in mature grounds of about an acre.
The house forms part of the very well regarded private estate of Powntley Copse which stands amidst open countryside between the Georgian village of Odiham and the historic market
town of Alton within the parish of Upton Grey. Powntley Copse is a wooded rural residential area of just twenty-six properties set off a series of leafy lanes of mainly larger detached individual
properties standing within their own grounds. The nearby village of South Warnborough has an active community with a public house, shop/cafe, church, village hall, playground and multi-use games area for tennis and football. Of note, there are a good selection of primary and secondary schools
within the area including Lord Wandsworth College in Long Sutton, Robert May’s in Odiham and Alton School. There are restaurants and shops in nearby Odiham and a broad range of facilities in the market and regional towns of Alton, Basingstoke and Farnham. Basingstoke and Winchfield
stations provides trains to London Waterloo (about 45 and 49 minutes respectively) and access to the M3 (Junction five) at Hook offers a route to London and Heathrow (about 35 miles) via
the M25 as well as the south coast and beyond.
The house stands more or less centrally within attractive and established landscaped grounds providing a beautiful setting with areas of lawn together with mature shrub borders and a
variety of young and mature trees. A series of paved terraces to the rear, side and front provide a variety of outside seating and entertaining areas.
The property is approached via an electric five bar gate and a shingle driveway providing ample parking. A separate private driveway provides further parking and access to the detached
double garage. In all the grounds extend to about 1 acre.
En Suite Bathroom
En Suite Shower Room
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