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A beautifully appointed and substantial detached family house standing in a mature grounds of about a quarter of an acre. The generous and flexible accommodation is set off a large entrance hall and includes a spacious sitting room opening to the conservatory and providing an ideal layout for entertaining. The conservatory is ideally positioned with a fine view and double doors to the garden. There is also a family room (with a projector and screen) and study. Features of note also include a bespoke kitchen/dining room. The kitchen is set around an island with a cracked effect mirror glass breakfast bar and is fitted with a full range of cabinets and pan drawers with silestone work surfaces together with a de Dietrich induction hob with extractor over, steam oven, two conventional ovens, microwave and fridge/freezer. There are six bedrooms including a very impressive double aspect principal bedroom with an en suite shower room. There are also two further bath / shower rooms with multi head showers. The first floor layout allows for guest / annexe accommodation with the option to approach two of the bedrooms from the second staircase. Special thought has been given to create a very comfortable family home with integrated speakers (to the kitchen, sitting and family rooms), data cabling and air conditioning in the conservatory.
The house stands within a thoughtfully considered and designed development with areas of open space and mature trees. Much of the appeal of the popular village of Four Marks is its location amidst fine Hampshire countryside between the villages of Ropley, Medstead and Chawton. The active village of Four Marks has a parade of shops, church and primary school. The market towns of Alton and Alresford both provide a very good range of facilities with two secondary schools, a 6th form college, weekly markets and mainline station to London Waterloo at Alton and the well renowned Perins Secondary School at Alresford. The A31 provides a route to the A3 and M3 linking to London, the south coast and beyond.
The house stands within attractive established grounds providing an attractive setting with areas of lawn together with a summer house and a variety of young and mature trees backing onto the 'Watercress Line' enthusiasts steam railway. A large paved terrace, with raised flower and shrub borders, adjoins the conservatory and provides an ideal outside seating area. A private driveway provides ample parking and access to the double garage with twin up and over doors. Of note, a pair of double gates to the side enables direct access to the rear.
3 Bath / Shower Rooms (2 En Suite)
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