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This charming semi-detached thatched cottage is believed to date back to the 17th Century. It offers generous room sizes and flexible accommodation. The property has been beautifully and sympathetically updated retaining attractive features and much character. Amongst its highlights, this historic cottage offers a 25 x 14ft sitting room with wood burning stove, dining area and tall windows overlooking the garden. The impressive 25ft kitchen has ample space for a table for family meals and is fitted with a modern range of complimenting units with a calor gas hob and Rayburn range cooker, tiled floor and splash backs. The study increases the living space and has leaded glass panes to the hall adding to the feeling of light. Bedroom 4 has an en suite shower and is ideal for guests.
On the first floor there are three/four bedrooms with one currently fitted as a dressing room with direct access to the master bedroom. There is an en suite bathroom with glass shower screen and basin storage unit and a separate shower-room also with basin unit serving the other bedrooms.
The cottage is situated between the villages of Micheldever and the small hamlet of Woodmancott within easy reach of local amenities including a primary school in Micheldever. The adjacent A33 provides excellent road access to Winchester and Basingstoke and the M3 and motorway network has connections to London, Gatwick and Heathrow airports, the coast and the South West. The Cathedral city of Winchester providing a comprehensive range of shopping and educational establishments including many independent schools. TRAIN SERVICES: Micheldever Station (approx. 3 miles) offers fast links to London Waterloo in about one hour.
To the front is a brick built and detached studio which is currently used for storage but would be an ideal home office having direct access, drainage and hot water. There are several parking spaces and the house is approached via a double 5 bar gate which leads to a gravel drive with further parking. The garden is a highlight being of a good size with a favourable south facing aspect. The garden offers privacy and blends mature planting with landscaping, including an attractive herringbone patterned brick patio edged by sleepers, ideal for relaxing in the summer months. The garden is mainly level and laid to lawn and enclosed by panel fencing and evergreen hedges and shrubs with mature fruit trees to the boundary all providing privacy. There are a number of outbuildings which include a wooden summerhouse with veranda, a shed and a double garage with vehicular access, seperate to the main entrance.
SERVICES: Mains water and mains electricity, oil central heating, private drainage.
Master bedroom with En Suite Bathroom
3/4 Further Bedrooms (one with Ensuite Shower Room)
Family Shower Room
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