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A charming character family home with origins from the 1700s enjoying a delightful rural location with farmland views to the rear. The property has a wonderful open plan entrance hall with a feature central open fireplace, recessed corner seating area and doors giving access to all reception rooms including the downstairs wc. The front aspect family room enjoys a bay window and views to the side. The well-proportioned living room is of a good size and boasts a triple aspect allowing an abundance of light to enter the room, a fireplace with inset log burner, exposed timbers and double doors onto the gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room is well equipped and is fitted with a range of modern units, including a range style cooker and built in dishwasher, ample space for a fridge/freezer and all complemented by granite and wooden work surfaces. The kitchen in turn opens into the adjoining dining room, which is ideal for formal entertaining with exposed ceiling timbers and an open fireplace with a brick hearth and surround. The utility room, adjacent to the kitchen, offers further space for appliances and a door to the gardens.
The first floor is of equal merit, and gives access to all 5 bedrooms. The master bedroom suite boasts a range a built in wardrobes and an ensuite bathroom with free-standing roll top bath and walk-in shower. The second bedroom also benefits from an ensuite bathroom, whilst the three remaining bedrooms are complimented by the separate family bathroom suite.
The local village of Eversley Cross offers a variety of local and everyday facilities are within easy reach including a public house, cricket club and delightful Hampshire countryside. The larger commercial centres at Wokingham, Reading and Camberley offer comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities. There is a choice of highly regarded state and private schools including Charles Kingsley Primary School, Yateley Manor, Wellington College, Frogmore Community College, Yateley School, while Fleet offers Court Moor School and Calthorpe Secondary Schools. There are excellent commuter links via the M3 (Junction 4A) or the M4 (Junction 11), both providing access to the West and Central London or Heathrow. Direct train services to London Waterloo from Fleet are from 42 minutes. The surrounding countryside provides outstanding opportunities for walking, riding and country pursuits.
To the rear the gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with mature and well stocked raised flower and shrub beds. There are some interesting areas in the garden providing a great deal of privacy and seclusion. A large timber decked area accessed directly from the kitchen, with pergola surround, provides a wonderful area for alfresco dining and entertainment whilst enjoying far reaching views. There is a shingle driveway leading to a detached timber garage with log store. To the front there is a further lawned area with mature flower beds and borders, greenhouse and a further garage.
gardens with farmland views
2x single garages.
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