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An exceptionally well-appointed and very spacious detached family home occupying a secluded location within the small Hampshire village of East Tisted. Built in 2004 and carefully designed to complement the history and character of the village whilst maximising space and light with well-proportioned rooms and large windows. The generous and versatile accommodation has a traditional exterior with a contemporary interior and is set around a large central reception hall with views through the conservatory to the garden. The vaulted drawing room features a beamed ceiling, fireplace and large glazed doors opening out to the garden. The overall living space is complemented by a very large and well-equipped kitchen/breakfast/family room with a connecting door to the conservatory. The ground floor accommodation is completed with a bedroom suite and a further bedroom/study. Each of the bedrooms to the first floor are extremely spacious rooms with useful eaves storage cupboards and a well-appointed bathroom together with a spacious landing. This is a very rarely available and appealing village home which will suit a wide range of potential buyers.
The house stands in a thoughtfully designed village close of just four houses of traditional design to complement the character of the Rotherfield Estate. East Tisted is surrounded by fine Hampshire countryside and is in 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 Winchester, the South Coast and London. The market towns of Alton and Petersfield provide a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities as well as mainline railway stations connecting to London Waterloo in about one hour fifteen minutes and one hour respectively.
The property is approached via a communal gravel drive leading to a double garage with car parking and turning spaces. Immediately to the front of the house there is an area of lawn and mature hedging providing natural screening. To the rear, the garden has been landscaped with a patio adjoining the conservatory together with an area of lawn and raised borders set behind flint and brick walling with steps leading to a raised seating area. This area is ideally positioned to capture the sun. The rear garden is well fenced and provides access to the rear car parking area and double garage.
Vaulted Sitting Room
En Suite Shower
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