Glenfield is a very special home offering over 4,500 sq ft of accommodation and an array of outdoor offerings for thesporting or country enthusiast. The accommodation provides a flexible layout to suit an incoming purchaser’s needs including a one bedroom annex to the ground floor with its own separate entrance. This could be kept as such or incorporated into the body of the main house. The main entrance to Glenfield is situated to the rear of the house, making it easily accessible from the driveway parking. All principal reception rooms lead off the double height central hall and enjoy views across the fabulous gardens and leisure amenities. The re-modelled kitchen has a wonderful central island unit ideal for casual dining whilst doors lead straight out onto the decked terrace making it ideal for al fresco entertaining. There are four bedroom suites including a particularly special master bedroom with excellent storage and contemporary bathroom with views across the glorious gardens. The house would also suit someone with a requirement to work from home with a sizeable office and an internal room currently used as a gym but that would make an equally good media/cinema room.
Droxford lies in the heart of the Meon Valley between West Meon and Wickham. The village has excellent amenities including a Norman church, store/post office, school, doctor’s surgery and two public houses. The A32 offers excellent access northwards to London either via the A31/A3 or M3 and southwards the M27 offers links to Portsmouth and Southampton. Mainline rail services into London Waterloo can be accessed at Botley,
Winchester, Alton or Petersfield. The Meon Valley provides access to the stunning countryside of the South Downs and numerous walks can be found on the doorstep along with access to the River Meon which offers excellent fishing. There is a plethora of equestrian facilities on the doorstep and Corhampton Golf Club is about 1.9 miles away.
The gardens and grounds at Glenfield are a truly special feature and enjoy a high degree of privacy being set well back and barely visible from the road via a gravelled and electric gated driveway. The driveway sweeps round to the back of the property and provides parking for a number of vehicles. There is a barn style building which blends in beautifully and provides garaging, a car port and workshop. Stunning gardens surround the house and give way to fabulous views over the Meon Valley and surrounding South Downs National Park.
The lawned gardens are surrounded by mature trees and shrubs and hedged borders. There are two paddocks with a field shelter and all sporting enthusiasts are catered for with a floodlit, astro turfed tennis court, heated outdoor pool with electric cover and natural style swimming pond. There is also a well screened and established vegetable garden to enjoy.
Local Authority: Winchester City Council
Services: Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating and private drainage.