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This charming Grade II listed village home has an abundance of character features including exposed beams, open fireplaces and timber and latched doors. The cosy sitting room has a wood burning stove and is adjacent to the dining room with a fireplace, latch door to the staircase and a doorway to the kitchen and to the study. The kitchen is very well equipped with a good range of cream units complemented by oak worksurfaces and views over the garden. A door leads to the utility room, with appliance space and a door to the garden. On the first floor there is a spacious landing with exposed beams, 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property enjoys a near central position in this desirable Hampshire village with its village shop and post office and public house. The village centre has an abundance of period cottages and homes and is surrounded by acres of countryside with country walks and bridleways.
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and enjoys a secluded outlook. Immediately to the rear of the cottage is a patio area and gravelled path. A gate to side gives access to the front where there is a driveway providing parking and a garage. The grounds approach 0.25 of an acre.
Listed Building Consent was granted on 28th November 2013 for the erection of a two storey rear extension and new oaked framed entrance porch.
Sitting room with wood burning stove
cottage style kitchen
double length garage
delightful secluded rear garden
central village location
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