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This is one of our Equestrian Properties.
EQUESTRIAN - A substantial and distinctive detached family house standing in a lovely rural location amidst fine Hampshire countryside in gardens and grounds of just under 8 acres. The house is believed to date from the 1930’s and has a number of appealing features with well-proportioned rooms, high ceilings and large windows. A broad panelled reception hall includes a fireplace with a wood burning stove. The spacious reception rooms include a dual aspect sitting room with a central fireplace whilst the drawing room features a substantial fireplace in brick with a high mantelshelf together with decorative coving, a feature replicated through a number of other rooms. The excellent living accommodation takes full advantage of the mainly southerly aspect to the rear and includes a stunning Orangery. This is a magnificent room with under floor heating and two sets of double doors out to the garden as well as a natural link between the kitchen/breakfast room and drawing room. The kitchen/breakfast room beautifully complements the living accommodation and is fitted with a full range of bespoke cabinets, island and a dual plate Aga. There are some lovely views over the grounds to the rear, whilst the internal layout of rooms is both practical and generous for everyday family living requirements. The first floor accommodation is of equal merit with four bedrooms and family bathroom including a very impressive principal bedroom suite with a dressing area and en suite bathroom. There are also two further bedrooms to the second floor. A substantial detached barn together with nine stables and gardens and grounds of about just under 8 acres combine to make this an ideal equestrian property.
This property is featured by our Equestrian department.
The house is set in a very attractive rural and tranquil location, historically known as Hawthorne Hamlet, just over a mile to the east of the village, in-between the villages of East Tisted, Ropley
and Four Marks. The active village of Four Marks has a strong community and good range of day to day facilities including a parade of shops, church, hall 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 historic market town of Alton has a broad range of high street shops, weekly and specialist markets, senior schools, further education college, Alton convent, sports centre, two outlying golf courses and mainline station to London Waterloo. Bedales School
and Petersfield are also within easy access .The A31 provides a route to the A3 and M3 linking to London, the south coast and beyond.
The house occupies an elevated position and the established gardens and grounds provide a good degree of seclusion. There is a large paved terrace to the rear providing an ideal outside area for entertaining together with a rockery and a pond. Steps lead up to a broad expanse of lawn with a variety of young and mature trees. The outlook is predominantly to the south and there are lovely
views over the landscaped grounds towards the paddocks. The vendors have added very useful additional accommodation situated to the rear of the stables which could also be used as a studio or
Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
En Suite Bathroom
Gardens and Grounds of just under 8 acres
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