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An extended and handsome Victorian semi-detached house with light, spacious and versatile accommodation and long views of open countryside. The house has been sensitively extended and retains all of the features of a building of this period with high ceilings, well-proportioned rooms and large sash windows. The very flexible living accommodation is ideally suited for a family and includes a sitting room with a bay window and Victorian fireplace. There is also a family room, study and dining room also with a fireplace. The kitchen / breakfast room is fitted with a range of bespoke cabinets and granite work surfaces together with an electric oven, hob and integrated dishwasher. There are four good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom to the first floor. Of note, the bathroom is fitted with traditional sanitary ware including a roll top bath, pedestal wash basin, WC and shower cubicle. The garden provides an ideal setting with long views over open farmland to the rear.
The house occupies a very special location standing opposite Shortheath Common, a protected area of special scientific interest, providing ample opportunity for many country pursuits. The active village of Oakhanger has a church, public house, village hall and central play area. The larger village of Selborne is renowned for its association with Gilbert White and has a shop/post office, primary school and a public house. The historic market towns of Alton and Petersfield have a good range of High Street shops and weekly and specialist markets. Both towns have sports centres and good senior schools, Alton has a popular further education college. There are good transport links with mainline stations at Liphook, Petersfield and Alton providing a direct line to London Waterloo and access to the A3 at Greatham providing routes to London, Guildford, M25 and the south coast.
The garden provides an attractive setting for the house with areas of lawn and well-stocked flower and shrub borders. A brick paved terrace provides an ideal outside entertaining area. There are fine views from the garden to the open countryside beyond. To the front, there is a pathway to the front door and side providing access via a gate to the rear. The garage (with an up and over blue door to the front and personal door to the side) is set to the rear of the property and accessed via a shared driveway. Timber shed.
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