An individual detached house of great character dating from the early 1900's. There are a number of original features which include a brick fireplace and hearth with wooden mantle in the sitting room, pine doors and some 'art deco' style ceiling beams. The property is approached via an entrance hall which leads to a well-proportioned sitting room with an open fire place and a pretty outlook over the rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of wall and base cabinets and also features a door to the patio and garden. The further ground floor accommodation is very flexible and could be arranged to suit a variety of needs with a bedroom and study/third bedroom and bathroom. There is a double bedroom and a useful store cupboard off the landing to the first floor. This is a unique house of character ideally situated for access to the town, Anstey Park and the main line railway station.
The house stands in a very convenient location being within about 1.5 miles of the town centre, railway station (about 0.5 of a mile) and Anstey Park. The historic market town of Alton has a good range of high street shops, weekly and specialist markets, Waitrose food shop, senior schools, further education college, Alton School, sports centre and two outlying golf courses. The A31 provides a route to the A3 and M3 linking to London, the south coast and beyond.
There is off street car parking for two vehicles with a front garden mostly laid to lawn with a central path leading to the front door. The garden is a real feature of the property and provides a good degree of seclusion. A patio adjoins the house and provides an ideal outside seating area beyond which an area of lawn extends to the rear and side with mature hedging and variety of shrubs and trees.
Two further Bedrooms
Off Street Parking
Gas Central Heating