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A delightful cottage of great character dating from mid 1700’s standing close to the heart of the centre of Alton . The accommodation is larger than first anticipated with a number of period features including an Inglenook fireplace in the sitting room, beamed ceilings and a cellar which is now used as dining room. The kitchen is fitted with a base units some of which are open fronted, a range cooker (not included in the sale) and granite work surfaces with a butler sink. There are three bedrooms on two floors with bedroom two occupying the whole of the attic space. There is also a modern and stylish bathroom to the first floor with a bath and shower over, basin and WC. This is a charming cottage complemented by a lovely garden standing close to the heart of the town. An internal viewing is strongly recommended.
This property is situated about 0.4 of a mile from Alton High Street and the playing fields of Anstey Park. Alton is surrounded by delightful Hampshire countryside and a number of picturesque villages. The thriving market town has a good range of individual shops including Waitrose, cinema, sports centre, two secondary schools, and 6th form college. There is also a railway station with access to London Waterloo. The A31 provides a link to the A3 and M3 and provides a link to London, the south west and beyond.
The cottage has the considerable benefit of a garden to the rear which is mainly laid to lawn with a flower border on one side. An area of decking immediately adjoining the rear of the house provides an ideal outside seating area. The garden enjoys a pleasant south easterly aspect and features a further raised decking area currently used as a base for a trampoline.
Garden with Decking
Gas Central Heating
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate