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A very welcoming family home standing within the heart of the village and comfortably within its own secluded grounds of about 0.43 of an acre, well away from any main roads and opposite the Church. The property has been sensitively improved by the existing owners to provide a very comfortable, bright and spacious village home. French oak internal doors, a wood burning stove to the sitting room and Scandavian influenced furnishing provides a contemporary yet traditional feel. The versatile and well-proportioned living accommodation includes a twin aspect sitting room and dining room and is set off a spacious entrance hall. The sitting room extends to 18'10 / 5.74m and features a wood burning stove together with double doors opening out to the 'garden room'. There is also a study which has been used a 5th bedroom as there is a ground floor shower room. The fitted kitchen / breakfast room has a range of cabinets, peninsular unit, granite work surfaces and a Rayburn (which also incorporates the boiler for the central heating and hot water). There are four double bedrooms to the first floor (with basins to each room and built in wardrobes to three of the rooms) and a family bathroom. Of note, planning permission was granted in 2010 (now lapsed) to create a sixth bedroom from the first floor loft room (Ref:27395_004). An en-suite could also be potentially created within this space, subject to any necessary consents.
The active and friendly village of East Worldham is set amidst fine Hampshire countryside between the villages of Selborne, Binsted and Kingsley on the borders of the South Downs National Park. There is a village hall, public house and 13th Century Church. The countryside provides opportunity for many country pursuits including the Hangers Way. East Worldham is about three miles from the thriving market town of Alton, with Waitrose, two secondary schools, 6th form college and station to London Waterloo.
The house stands within attractive landscaped grounds providing a tranquil setting with areas of lawn and light woodland together with a pond, shrubs, vegetable garden with a greenhouse and a variety of trees. The ideally positioned cedar framed 'garden room' was constructed by Oakhanger Joinery and provides a natural link between the house and garden and a stunning outside entertaining and seating area with polished stone paving and a glass roof. A further terrace provides an ideal outside seating area on bright mornings. A private driveway provides ample parking and access to the garage and log store. Double gates open from the driveway to an enclosed area with a compost heap, oil tank and wood store.
Secluded garden of about 0.43 of an acre
4 / 5 Double Bedrooms
Bedroom 5 / Study
Cloak / Shower Room
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