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A delightful cottage, dating from the 1880s with later extensions in the 1960s/70s with mainly rendered elevations under a tiled roof. This property has much charm and character including features such as sash windows, open fireplaces and a cellar. The accommodation leads from the entrance porch into the dining room open to the kitchen with a door leading down to the cellar which provides good storage. There is a very attractive sitting room with open fireplace and archway leading to a snug with double doors giving lovely views into the garden. Also on the ground floor is study with a bathroom next door which the previous owner used as an annexe. To the first floor there are four bedrooms and family bathroom. From the house there are many lovely rural views over surrounding fields and countryside. An internal inspection is recommended to appreciate the individual nature of this property.
Occupying a picturesque setting approached via a country lane in the hamlet of Langley on the Hampshire/West Sussex border. The area forms part of the South Downs National Park and is an area of outstanding natural beauty with many acres of walking and riding country close at hand. The surrounding area is criss crossed with footpaths and bridleways including the nearby Shipwrights Way. The area is well served with excellent state and private schools, including Churchers, Highfield and Bohunt Secondary School. For the commuter there are mainline stations at Liphook and Liss, both within about 3.5 miles. Petersfield town centre offers more comprehensive facilities within about 5 miles.
To the front, the property is approached by a sweeping gravel drive which leads to a parking area with open double garage and shed. A path and steps lead to the front door. To the other side is an area of lawn with a variety of small trees and shrubs. To the side of the house is a sun terrace and pergola. The rear garden is laid to lawn interspersed with small trees and shrubs. A gate leads through to a paddock which can also be accessed via a five bar gate from the lane. There is a field shelter and shed. The garden borders onto fantastic farmland and countryside and the property sits at the end of a lane and has a good degree of privacy and secluded countryside feel. In all the GROUNDS EXTEND TO ABOUT 1.25 ACRES
SERVICES: Mains Water and Electricity. Private Drainage. Calor Propane Gas Heating.
Garden and Paddock extending to about 1.25 acres
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