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A beautifully appointed and spacious individual detached house of character standing in a fine village location with distant rural views. The house has a contemporary yet traditional feel and is presented to a high standard with bright and well-proportioned accommodation. The feeling of space is immediate with a large entrance hall and the character of the house enhanced with oak internal doors and flooring. The layout is ideal for a family and includes a very impressive fitted kitchen opening into a dining / sitting room. The generous living accommodation includes a large triple aspect sitting room with a fireplace and a wood burning stove together with original exposed beams, family room with double doors to the garden and a study. Of note, there is also a sun room (ideal for reading and quiet study) with connecting doors to the sitting room and also the garden. There are five / six bedrooms (all with fitted cupboards) with an en suite bathrooms to bedrooms one and two. There is also a separate family bathroom. Of note, the en suite bathroom to the principal bedroom is fitted with a roll top bath. This is a very appealing detached family house standing close to the heart of the village.
The house occupies a very fine village location with views over open farmland. Lower Froyle is set amidst fine Hampshire countryside and has an active and strong community. Together with Upper Froyle there are two public houses, church, hall and garage with a shop. The renowned Anchor PH is about 0.6 of a mile distant. The market towns of Alton and Farnham provide a wide range of facilities as well as mainline stations to London. The village of Bentley has a very highly regarded primary school, shop and church as well as a mainline station (about 3.5 miles) with a regular service to London Waterloo in about 60 minutes. The surrounding countryside provides ample opportunity for walking, riding and cycling.
The house has a lovely partly walled garden with a former Grade II Listed kiln and long views over open farmland. The rear garden has been landscaped to take full advantage of the setting and is mainly laid to lawn with attractive and well-stocked flower and shrub borders. A paved patio provides an ideal outside seating area. There is also a loggia and semi-circular seating area for outside evening entertaining. The house is approached at the front via a shared shingle courtyard providing access to the garage and parking.
2 En Suite Bathrooms
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