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Believed to originally have been two cottages dating back to the 18th century, the main house retains many character features and an excellent array of accommodation extending to over 1900 sq. ft. The welcoming open plan reception hall features a brick fireplace with a two way wood burner shared with the main reception room. The latter is an impressive space accommodating both seating and dining areas and extending to over 25 ft. Continuing on the ground floor is a snug, again with a brick fireplace and wood burning stove, window to the front aspect and a door to the courtyard garden. To the rear of the property is the kitchen breakfast room equipped with oak units and leading on to a utility area with access on to the courtyard. On the first floor there are four good sized bedrooms, including the master with a dressing room and generous en suite. A separate bathroom serves the remaining bedrooms.
In addition to the main house, there is a further building, formerly a separate dwelling. This single storey property of 726 sq. ft. comprises three rooms as well as a utility room. It is considered this would make excellent ancillary space to the house or could be somehow incorporated to the main residence, subject to the necessary consents.
The property is located in the South Downs National Park in the popular village of Bramdean, which benefits from a village hall, garage, public house and church as well as beautiful surrounding countryside and popular walks. The nearby village of Cheriton has a well regarded primary school and Sun Hill primary and Perins secondary schools are also just 5 miles away in the Georgian market town of Alresford. The property is on public bus route which connects to the Cathedral city of Winchester and market towns of Petersfield, both of which, along with Alton, are equidistant (approximately 10 miles) and offer further cultural and leisure opportunities and mainline rail links to London Waterloo.
To the front of the property is a sizeable gravel driveway leading to the detached garage and an attractive garden with a level area of lawn and stocked beds. To the side of the property is a sheltered courtyard with an original well. Steps lead up to the rear garden which has been predominantly given over to raised vegetable beds and a greenhouse but could be transformed into more conventional garden if required.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Winchester City Council SERVICES: Mains Water & Electricity. Oil Fired Central Heating (in the main house only), Private Drainage.
AGENTS NOTE: Please note that the ancillary building, formerly named The Nest, is on a separate title and there is no heating in this building.
Main House: Master Bedroom with En Suite and Dressing Room
3 Further Bedrooms
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Annexe: Three Rooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate