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A charming detached period lodge, presented with mellow stone elevations under a tiled roof. A single storey property set within a generous garden which offers scope for enlargement and further improvement. There was planning consent (SDNP/15/05779/HOUS) which lapsed on the 18th January 2019 for a single storey extension to the rear which was granted by Chichester District Council on the 18th January 2016. The lodge is offered for sale with no onward chain.
Lying on the edge of the well regarded village of Stedham situated within the South Downs National Park. The village has a public house, church and village hall and is about 2.3 miles from the well regarded town of Midhurst which offers a comprehensive range of facilities. The countryside surrounding Stedham is well known for its outstanding natural beauty. There is a wider selection of amenities available in the towns of Haslemere and Petersfield, both with main line railway stations. Close by there are numerous cultural and recreational facilities including polo at Cowdray and horse racing at Goodwood.
TIMBER SHED. DETACHED GARAGE.
GARDEN: The garden is laid mainly to lawns interspersed with several trees, enjoying a view to the rear over parkland. In all the GARDEN EXTENDS TO ABOUT 0.2 ACRE.
Comprises Detached Timber Barn 25'8 x 15'7 with cloakroom, gravelled parking area. Guide Price £75,000 freehold.
SERVICES: All Main Services. Gas Fired Central Heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Chichester District Council
Garden of about 0.2 acre.
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