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A beautifully appointed elegant stone built country house which originally served as the billiard hall to the country mansion known as Bramshott Court. The property retains period features typical of the Arts & Crafts era with a contemporary interior. Features include charming vaulted drawing room opening to an impressive dining room providing an excellent entertaining area. There is an open plan fitted kitchen/breakfast room/sitting area equipped with granite work surfaces, Shaker style units and built in Lacanche range style cooker. To the first floor are 3 double bedrooms including master suite with ensuite shower room and family bathroom refurbished by the current owner. The second floor currently comprises two further bedrooms and a bathroom which could be adapted to a self contained flat/home office.
Occupying a delightful position in the sought after rural village of Bramshott. The small town of Liphook within about 2 miles provides an excellent range of shops and railway station on the Portsmouth/Waterloo main line. There is an excellent choice of state and private schools in the vicinity including Churcher's Junior School and Bohunt Secondary School. There are many acres of fine countryside close at hand much under the ownership of the National Trust.
Stone and tiled GARAGE 18'3 x 9'6 with light and up and over door. Brick and tiled GARAGE 16'6 x 10'8 with light and up and over door. BOILER ROOM housing oil fired boiler. GARDEN STORE. Attractive tiled CLOISTERS leading to GARDEN ROOM/HOME OFFICE.
GARDEN: This is a charming feature of the property providing a mature and colourful setting with the original planting attributed to Gertrude Jekyll in 1928 sales particulars. The property is approached by timber gates and a long gravel drive terminating to the front of the house providing parking for several vehicles. There is a long front lawn flanked by wide well stocked borders of flowering and herbaceous shrubs and several trees including magnolia and cherry. Adjacent to the house is an attractive tiled cloister with double doors leading to stunning Italianate walled garden with central pond surrounded by herringbone bricked walks, raised flower beds and wall fountain. A stone archway leads to lawned garden with further flower borders and Yorkstone paved sun terrace which enjoys outlook to lake and countryside beyond. The grounds are well enclosed with extensive walling EXTENDING IN ALL TO ABOUT 0.4 ACRE.
SERVICES: Mains Water, Electricity and Drainage. Oil Fired Central Heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: East Hampshire District Council
Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room
Four Further Bedrooms
Vaulted Drawing Room
Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast/Sitting Room
Fine Dining Room
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