An individually built detached house understood to date from 1971, substantially extended by the current owners in 2016. The property has been subject to several improvements by the current owners including addition of a stunning reception room with vaulted ceiling and two sets of bi-fold doors embracing the views to the rear. Also designed to be adapted to a self-contained annexe if required. There is an impressive drawing room with wood burning stove, laminate flooring, wide picture window, sitting/dining room with maghony flooring and open plan kitchen/breakfast room with extensive Corian work surfaces, matching drawers and cupboards and integrated appliances. In addition there is a study/bedroom 4 and artist studio. To the first floor the principal bedroom benefits from refitted ensuite wet room/bathroom. The further two bedrooms benefit from a shared bathroom suite. An inspection is highly recommended.
Occupying a stunning location on the Hampshire/West Sussex border with panoramic views towards the South Downs and the Chanctonbury Ring beyond. The village of Rake is within 0.25 mile with its public house, village hall and school. The towns of Liphook and Petersfield are 4 and 6 miles respectively offering an excellent range of shopping facilities and train services on the Waterloo/Portsmouth main line. Alternatively the village of Liss also with main line station is about 2 miles. There is an excellent choice of both state and private schools in the area including Churchers, Bedales and Bohunt Secondary School. There are many acres of fine countryside close at hand much under the ownership of the National Trust.
Double Open Bay Car Port. Machinery Store. Garden Shed. Water Tap.
GROUNDS: These are a charming feature of the property providing a secluded and private setting. The property is approached by electric gates with long sweeping driveway terminating to the front of the house. The front garden is laid to lawn interspersed with a variety of trees and rhododendrons. There is a wide sun terrace to the rear flanked by long ornamental goldfish pond. The rear garden is south facing with spectacular views. The grounds slope to the south with further lawns interspersed with a variety of specimen shrubs and rare specialist trees including an American oak, magnolia and copper beech. There is an area reserved for a vegetable garden including soft fruit bushes and a further seating area, Beyond the formal garden there is an area of woodland. In all the GROUNDS EXTEND TO ABOUT 4.74 ACRES.
SERVICES: Mains Water and Electricity. Oil Fired Central Heating. Private Drainage.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Chichester District Council
Principal Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom
Two Further Bedrooms
Shared Bathroom Suite
Superb Reception Room
Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room