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A handsome and spacious detached family house standing within beautiful landscaped grounds in an exceptional edge of village location adjoining open farmland. The house was designed to complement the edge of village setting with views of St. James church and adjoining farmland. Of note, Ostede is believed to have been the medieval reference given to East Tisted. The combination of light, space and character is immediate with a large glass fronted entrance hall with an oak floor and part galleried landing. The generous living accommodation includes a dining / family room, study and broad double aspect drawing room with a gas coal effect fireplace and sliding doors to the conservatory. The conservatory is ideally positioned to the rear of the house with fine views and double doors out to the garden. The overall living space is complemented by a fitted kitchen / breakfast room with corian work surfaces, Belling electric range and an island unit with a granite work surface. The first floor accommodation includes a very impressive principal bedroom suite with an adjoining bathroom. There are three further bedrooms and a separate family bathroom. The house stands within the most delightful grounds with many of the rooms enjoying fine views over the adjoining farmland.
East Tisted stands amidst fine Hampshire countryside within the South Downs National Park between the villages of Selborne, Hawkley and Farringdon. The village has an active community with a farm shop, village shop / post office, church and hall. The A31 at Alton and the A3 at Liss provide a link to the South Coast, London and beyond. The market towns of Alton and Petersfield provide a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities as well as mainline railway stations to London Waterloo.
A mature wisteria adorns the front and the house is attractively set behind an area of lawn with a magnolia tree. The drive provides space for parking and access to the detached double garage with an electric up and over door. Steps within the garage lead to a first floor room. The garden to the rear is beautifully landscaped with a variety of areas of interest. There is a network of pathways interspersed with areas of lawn with well-stocked flower and shrub borders all enclosed with mixed mature hedging. There is a useful storage area and brick built outbuilding to the rear of the garage. In all gardens and grounds of about 0.251 of an acre.
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