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Budgenor Lodge is an imposing and historic 18th century building, originally built as the Easebourne workhouse in 1794.
The development was subject to an extensive modernisation and rebuilding project in 2007 creating 42 well-appointed houses, apartments and duplexes.
Budgenor Lodge is approached by electric gates with a beautifully landscaped central courtyard garden.
Number 34 Budgenor Lodge is a terraced house arranged over three floors comprising of two main reception areas on the ground floor with an additional well-appointed kitchen and downstairs storage cupboard off the entrance hallway. On the first floor there is a double bedroom and a family bathroom and then a further double bedroom on the second floor.
The village of Easebourne lies to the north side of Midhurst town which has a good range of local amenities including shopping facilities, schools, churches, sporting and recreational activities. The countryside surrounding Midhurst sits within the heart of the South Downs National Park and is renowned for its outstanding beauty along with the Polo at Cowdray and events at Goodwood. In addition wider amenities are available at Haslemere to the north with the mainline railway station providing direct services to London Waterloo.
There is gated parking for two cars as well as a separate visitors car park. To the rear of the house is a communal garden laid to lawn with hedge borders which are well maintained throughout the year. To the front of the house is an attractive courtyard - mainly laid to lawn with attractive flower beds and seating areas.
Two reception rooms
Storage in hallway
Share of Freehold
Two private parking spaces
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