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With a delightful rural location, this attractive detached property provides extremely spacious living accommodation and is an ideal family home.
The 4 reception rooms are arranged to provide a good flow and take advantage of the superb, far reaching views. The house is light and airy, providing flexible accommodation with oak and slate floors, oak doors downstairs, pine doors and floors upstairs. The wide entrance hall with cloakroom leads to a charming sitting room featuring an attractive limestone fireplace with wood burning stove. With a door to the family room which has a workstation placed in a window with views to enjoy, there is also a conservatory. The kitchen/dining room serves as the heart of the house and completing the accommodation is a study overlooking the drive.
On the first floor are 5 bedrooms. The very spacious master bedroom has double French doors opening onto a balcony taking in the stunning views. The other bedrooms all contain a useful hand basin, and 3 of them have the same lovely views.
With delightful grounds and lovely countryside views, the house is well set back widening from a five bar gate to plentiful parking on an impressive courtyard limestone driveway. This is enclosed by mature hedgerows and provides access to a double garage housing a utility room. The gardens are delightful and from both the upstairs balcony and sizeable sandstone terrace you can admire the lovely views over this beautifully maintained garden and towards open countryside. With sweeping lawns enclosed by low hedges to maximise the views, the garden features cottage garden planting, fruit and vegetables.
Occupying a wonderful position in the well-regarded rural hamlet of Gundleton with nearby beautiful woodland walks, filled with bluebells and primroses in the spring. The hamlet forms an active parish with the neighboring village of Bighton with its village hall and church. The charming Georgian market town of Alresford is renowned for its pretty streets lined with 18th-century cottages as well as its wide selection of boutiques, cafes and pubs and riverside walks are plentiful along the banks of the River Arle. The M3 provides fast road access to London and more comprehensive selection of amenities can be found in nearby Winchester which has direct rail access to London Waterloo (approx. 1 hour) and also Alton Station is within reach for the commuter.
Local Authority: Winchester City Council
Services: Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage.
Master bedroom with dressing room and en suite
4 further bedrooms
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