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A charming period house, presented with mellow stone elevations under a tiled roof. The property is understood to date originally from the 18th century and was converted from an old coach house in the 1950s. The property has been considerably altered and extended by the current owner and is on the market for the first time in over 40 years. The ground floor accommodation is particularly versatile and features an impressive drawing room with open fireplace with attractive mantel and marble slips, leading to conservatory with productive grape vine. To the first floor is a superb master suite comprising bedroom, dressing room and en suite bathroom. To the outside is a two storey outbuilding which benefits from a first floor studio flat with cloakroom which could be adapted to a staff/relative annexe subject to planning.
Occupying a highly regarded location at the end of a long private drive on the rural outskirts of Liphook. The village centre is within about 1 mile with an excellent range of shopping and recreational facilities and station on the Waterloo/Portsmouth main line. The Liphook championship golf course is within 0.5 mile. There is an excellent choice of both state and private schools in the vicinity including Churchers Junior School and Bohunt Secondary School with won the TES Secondary School of the Year in 2014. There are many acres of fine countryside close at hand, ideal for walking and riding, much under the ownership of the National Trust.
DETACHED STONE OUTBUILDING comprising GARAGE with light and power connected, electric up-and-over door, external staircase to STUDIO FLAT with cloakroom. There is potential to adapt this to a self-contained staff/relative annexe subject to planning. SECOND GARAGE with power connected, up-and-over door. WORKSHOP. GARDEN SHED. TWO WATER TAPS. GARDEN: This is a delightful feature of the property enjoying a southerly aspect and enclosed by lovely old stone wall. The property is approached by a tarmac drive which leads into a cobbled courtyard with parking for several vehicles. The rear garden comprises an extensive lawn flanked by well stocked borders of flowering and herbaceous shrubs. Further features are a willow tree, several fruit trees, rose clad arbour and vine clad pergola adjoining the rear of the house. In addition, there is an area reserved for a vegetable garden containing a soft fruit cage. In all the garden EXTENDS TO ABOUT 0.5 ACRE.
SERVICES: Mains Water and Electricity. Private Drainage. Oil Fired Central Heating. Double Glazing.
Master Bedroom Dressing Room and En Suite Bathroom
3 Further Bedrooms
2 Further Bathrooms
Large Outbuilding comprising Garage and Studio
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate