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This property's price has dropped from £825,000 to Guide Price £750,000.
A spacious detached family house with extensive and versatile accommodation standing in an exceptional location with long rural views yet within half a mile of the village centre. The house was designed to take full advantage of the setting and principally south aspect to the rear with well-proportioned rooms with large double glazed windows. The generous accommodation is ideal for a family and is centred around a galleried landing with a large double aspect sitting room extending to 22'7 / 6.8m (with a central fireplace and gas stove) opening into a dining room. The careful design of the house also includes a second sitting room/study. The living accommodation is complemented by a spacious kitchen / breakfast room with sliding doors opening out to the primarily south-facing rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of eye and base level cabinets, electric oven and hob. The property also has the considerable benefit of a utility room and ground floor cloakroom. There are four well-proportioned bedrooms (all with fitted wardrobes) with an en-suite bath/shower room to the principal bedroom and a separate family bathroom. Of particular note, there are long views from the first floor rooms towards Cheesefoot Head to the south and Bentworth and Lasham to the north.
The house occupies a sought after location about half a mile from the centre of the village opposite and with long views over undulating Hampshire countryside. The active village of Medstead has a church, public house, primary school, local shops and a number of clubs and societies. The larger villages of Four Marks and Alresford provide a wider range of facilities including the well renowned Perins Secondary School at Alresford. The historic market town of Alton has a good range of high street shops, weekly market, schools for all age groups, further education college, Alton convent, sports centre, two outlying golf courses and mainline station to London Waterloo.
The garden provides an ideal setting and is a particular feature of the house. The house stands behind a banked lawn and is approached via a tarmac driveway providing ample parking and access to the double garage with an up and over door. The garden to the rear has been landscaped to take advantage of the principally south aspect with a paved terrace providing an ideal area for outside entertaining. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with an attractive rockery, well stocked with a variety of flowering plants and shrubs. A gate to the side provides access between the front and rear.
Study / 2nd Sitting Room
En Suite Bath/Shower Room
Warm Air Gas Fired Central Heating
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