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This is a new build property
Steeple View is a new semi-detached house standing close to the heart of the village of Binsted with lovely rural views. Careful thought has been given to the design and build of the house to create an interesting new village home. The house is exceptionally well-appointed and the specification includes a fully fitted kitchen and stylish bath and shower room suites together with oak flooring to the ground floor and carpeting to the stairwell and first floor. The generous and flexible living accommodation has been arranged around a very large kitchen / dining room with a connecting door to the sitting room and double doors to the south-west facing garden room with doors out to the garden. The kitchen is set around an island and fitted with a range of cabinets and pan drawers together with quartz work surfaces and a range of integrated AEG appliances including an induction hob with a Belling extractor over, Neff 'hide and slide' oven, combination microwave oven, integrated fridge and freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. There are three bedrooms with an en suite shower room to the principal bedroom. Of note, the separate family bathroom is fitted with a hydrotherapy cabin shower with a radio and three piece suite including a WC, bath and basin. Importantly, the house has been designed to be as energy efficient as possible and is fitted with a heat recovery ventilation system, triple glazing and gas fired central heating with zoned under floor heating to the ground floor and radiators to the first floor. The house will be sold with the benefit of a Protec 10 year warranty.
The house stands within the conservation area close to the heart of the village with views of the church and open countryside. The active hilltop village of Binsted has a public house, church, hall, primary school and recreation ground with tennis, cricket and croquet clubs and youth football teams. The village is set amidst fine Hampshire countryside within the South Downs national park in between the market towns of Alton and Farnham, both with railway stations to London Waterloo. The nearby village of Bentley (about 3 miles) has a primary school, shop and mainline railway station to London Waterloo.
A paved path and an oak framed porch provide access to the front. The gardens are landscaped with turf together with an area of paved terrace to the rear. The paved terrace provides an ideal outside seating area and views of the farmland beyond. A side gate provides an external link between the front and rear. The house has two allocated parking spaces.
En Suite Shower Room
Two Parking Spaces
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