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Situated in the heart of this popular village is this characterful two-bedroom terraced property. With beautifully and sympathetically updated interiors the property retains an array of period features including wood floors, attractive cornicing detail in the reception rooms and original fireplaces. Of particular note is the stylish 15ft sitting room and adjacent dining room, both of which benefit from wonderful ceiling height and attractive sash windows. The sitting room also enjoys a wood burning stove and has open access to the kitchen, which has been modernized and extended to include Velux windows above the dining area. Decorated in a contemporary country style, the kitchen has been fitted with a range of wall and floor units including a central island, complemented by oak worktops and a traditional Belfast sink. A family bathroom with freestanding bath tub completes the ground floor accommodation. On the lower ground floor there is very useful storage area that the current owners have tanked and decorated making it a versatile, additional space. On the first floor with a convenient layout are two double bedrooms, both with exposed wood floors and built-in wardrobes.
Droxford lies in the heart of the picturesque Meon Valley. The village has excellent amenities including a Norman church, store/post office, school, doctors’ surgery and two public houses. The A32 offers excellent access north to London via the A31/A3 or M3 and to the south, while the M27 offers links to Portsmouth and Southampton. Mainline rail services into London Waterloo can be accessed at Winchester, Alton or Petersfield. The village is within easy reach of the South Downs National Park and enjoys stunning surrounding countryside with a plethora of footpaths and bridleways for country walking and riding.
The west-facing rear garden is beautifully tucked away and of an impressive size. The garden is separated into different areas beginning with a paved patio adjacent to the house with access from the kitchen/breakfast room. Steps lead up to a lawn area with privacy provided by high hedges and some landscaped shrubs, with further space for planting at the rear boundary.
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