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A delightful and spacious family home of great character and style dating from the early 1900s together with a south-west facing garden to the rear. The property boasts a number of features typical of the Victorian period including exposed timber floors, ornate fireplaces, picture rails and sash windows. The sitting room and dining rooms both have open fireplaces, while the well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room opens out into the rear garden via a stable door. The kitchen is fitted with a full range of cabinets together with a gas range and an integrated dishwasher. Of note, there is also a wood burning stove in the breakfast/dining area. There are three double bedrooms to the first floor and a modern family bathroom. This is a very appealing family house which provides both a fine and interesting home whilst still retaining all of its inherent character.
This property is situated about a third of a mile from both the High Street, main line railway station and the playing fields of Anstey Park. Alton town 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 garden is a very special feature of the house and enjoys a primarily south-west aspect to the rear. There is a brick patio adjacent to the rear which provides an ideal setting for outside entertaining. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of trees and mature shrub borders. Vegetable garden. There is a very useful garden studio with power connected, at the rear of the garden.
Gas Fired Central Heating
Garden Studio with light and power
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate