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An exceptionally well-appointed and spacious first floor coach house forming part of a highly sought after development of properties set amidst unspoilt Hampshire countryside. The property is far larger than initially anticipated and has generous and versatile accommodation. The property is accessed via a private ground floor entrance hall (with an entry phone system) with stairs leading to the first floor. Features of note include a very well-proportioned double aspect sitting / dining room opening into a fully fitted kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a full range of cabinets and granite work surfaces together with integrated appliances including a gas hob with extractor over, microwave, oven, refrigerator, freezer and washing machine/dryer. The further accommodation could be arranged to suit a variety of needs and includes a principal bedroom with a very stylish en suite bathroom as well as a guest bedroom with an en suite shower room. The third bedroom could be utilised as a bedroom or study depending upon individual need. Of note, the bath and shower room suites have been fitted with white sanitary ware with modern fittings. In addition, storage is well provided for with fitted wardrobes to bedrooms one and two as well as further cupboards in the hall. The property has the benefit of two car parking spaces, a very useful large outside store and access to communal gardens. If required, the house is also available for sale furnished with the existing living room, kitchen and bedroom furniture.
Upper Froyle stands amidst fine Hampshire countryside between the villages of Bentley and Holybourne. The village has an active community and together with Lower Froyle provides a public house, village hall and filling station/shop. The larger village of Bentley provides a further shop, school and mainline railway station to London Waterloo. The historic market towns of Farnham and Alton have a good range of High Street shops together with Waitrose food shops, weekly and specialist markets, schooling for all age groups including sixth form colleges as well as railway stations to London Waterloo. The A31 provides a link to the A3 and M3 providing a route to London, the south coast and beyond.
The property has the benefit of use and access to a communal garden set within the centre of Burnham Square. There is a car port immediately below the apartment with an adjoining and very useful outside store. There is also a further car parking space.
Lease 999 years from 1.1.2016. Ground rent £350.00 per annum.
Lease 999 years from 1.1.2016
En Suite Shower Room
En Suite Bathroom
Gas fired central heating
Large Outside Store
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