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Believed to date back to the 1600s, this charming property has been extensively renovated and rebuilt approx. 12 years ago whilst retaining a wealth of period features such as exposed beams, period fireplaces, brick paver and oak floors and a covered well.
Entered via an open porch, first impressions are of the beautiful dining room with inglenook fireplace. To the left is a boot room/study and downstairs shower room, while an archway leads to the delightful country style kitchen with wooden worktops and freestanding Falcon range cooker. Of particular note is the glass topped well, incorporated into the floor as a feature. Adjacent is a utility room with additional appliance space whilst completing the ground floor is the wonderful triple aspect, 22ft sitting room also with inglenook fireplace, patio doors to the outdoor terrace and a beam divider adding to the room’s character.
The four bedrooms have oak floors and are arranged over the first and second floors. Of note is the master bedroom which enjoys the modern addition of a stunning dual aspect en suite bathroom. Also on this level is bedroom two which has fitted wardrobes and garden views, and a family bathroom. On the second floor are two further bedrooms, each with fitted cupboards.
In addition to the house is an attached studio with log burner and shower room.
Steynes Farm is set in the beautiful Meon Valley within the South Downs National Park, 1.5 miles from Corhampton village with its post office and village store and church. Neighbouring Exton is home to the highly regarded Shoe Inn and Meonstoke (2 miles), offers a Ofsted rated Outstanding primary school. The market town of Bishops Waltham (3 miles) offers an excellent range of independent boutiques, banks, supermarket and more whilst more comprehensive facilities can be found at Winchester, Southampton and Portsmouth (10, 14 and 16 miles respectively). Country pursuits abound with wonderful walks along the South Downs Way as well as horse riding, cycle paths, golf at Corhampton Golf course and fishing on the Meon.
The property is accessed via a long drive which passes through a wooded area before bisecting the lawn in front of the property. The drive widens to provide parking for several cars in front of the outbuildings which include a garage, two covered barns and workshop/store. The beautiful and extensive gardens total 1.4 acres and incorporate a wide range of mature trees and shrubs providing a high degree of privacy and interest throughout the year. To the rear and side of the house is a paved patio area with space for outdoor dining. Other features include a small brick-edge pond and a large chicken coop amid a small orchard.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Winchester City Council
SERVICES: Mains electricity, oil fired central heating, private drainage and water supply.
Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom
Three Further Bedrooms
Ground Floor Shower Room
22ft Sitting Room
Attached Studio with Shower Room. Gardener’s WC
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