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This is one of our Equestrian Properties.
EQUESTRIAN - Situated in a charming rural setting with beautiful views over the surrounding countryside and its own grounds of approx. 6.33 acres is this well-presented and substantial country home, within easy reach of Salisbury. The detached property has been extensively modernised and extended over the years to create a striking family home with flexible and well-proportioned accommodation throughout, decorated in a neutral style with a number of desirable character features such as wood-burning stoves. The ground floor is entered via a spacious hallway with the sitting room, dining room, family room and study opening off with a number of French windows leading to the garden and providing stunning country views. Separate to the reception rooms is the kitchen with its central island and granite worktops, a utility room, boot room and walk-in larder. On the first floor there are three en suite bedrooms including a very spacious master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
This property is featured by our Equestrian department.
Ideally situated to the southeast of Salisbury and just north of the New Forest, East Grimstead is an attractive village set within an area of scenic wooded countryside. Hazel Hill House enjoys a pleasant, rural setting on a country lane to the north of the village, surrounded by fields and within easy reach of Bentley Wood which is popular for dog walking, cycling and horse riding. The area is well supported for country pursuits, such as excellent chalk stream fishing on the rivers Avon, Test and Wye, with the south coast also within easy reach. Nearby villages Alderbury and Pitton have village stores, primary schools and public houses, and it is a short drive to the cathedral city of Salisbury with its extensive services and shopping.
Salisbury has numerous excellent schools, both private and state, including The Cathedral School and Chafyn Grove prep schools, Godolphin School and Bishop Wordsworth and South Wilts Grammar Schools.
Salisbury Station offers a direct train service to London Waterloo taking from 86 minutes and the A303 provides access to the southwest and to London via the M3.
A highlight of the property is its stunning grounds, which total approx. 6.33 acres and include a variety of grassland paddocks and gardens. The front of the property is accessed via a quiet country lane with double gates opening onto an expansive gravel driveway with ample parking for several cars. In addition, there is a double garage providing additional covered parking and storage. The rear garden comprises a substantial lawn and paved patio, with a timber pergola and a large flowerbed well-stocked with climbing roses that provide seasonal colour. Also included within the garden is a wooden summerhouse. The gardens lead down to a post-and-rail fence which separates the house from the paddocks, which would be ideal for equestrian use.
Accessed either via a pathway or a separate entrance from the house is a small stable yard with a sweeping gravel drive leading to an enclosed block of five looseboxes and a separate tractor shed/feed store.
Mileages: Salisbury – 7.7 Miles; Winchester – 23.3 Miles; Southampton Airport – 21.2 Miles; Grateley Station – 12.8 Miles.
6.33 Acres of Gardens & Grounds
Stunning Rural Views
Sought After Location
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