An individual and exceptionally spacious contemporary house of style and character standing close to the heart of the village. This is a very appealing village home that has been carefully enlarged to maximise the overall level of space and take full advantage of the established village setting. Features of note include a stunning open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room with enhanced LED lighting. This is a very well-proportioned and flexible room, ideal for day to day living, with tiled flooring and a wood burning stove together with a bespoke range of fitted cabinets. The kitchen is fitted with an excellent range of gloss cream fronted cabinets with integrated lighting and bamboo work surfaces, pan drawers and glass fronted cabinets. There is also a five ring gas range stove and a very practical two drawer Fisher and Paykel dishwasher. There are two bedrooms to the ground floor with an en suite shower room to the principle bedroom. Stairs from the sitting area lead to a spacious second sitting room with fine views and large sliding doors opening out to the garden and decking to the rear. A further bedroom, with a glazed door opening out to the garden, storage room, and a family bathroom complete the first floor. The family bathroom has been completed with a modern white suite, shower and a double ended bath. Careful thought was given to the design and specification of the house to create a comfortable village home with under floor heating with individual thermostat controls to each room, oak internal doors and fittings. Of note, there is a large secure storage area to the rear.
The active village of Oakhanger borders the South Downs National Park and has a church, children’s play area and village hall. The village stands amidst fine Hampshire countryside between Selborne and Kingsley and also adjoins Shortheath Common (a site of special scientific interest). The surrounding countryside provides ample opportunity for many country pursuits. The historic market town of Alton, about 7 miles, has a broad range of facilities and mainline station to London Waterloo.
The garden has been landscaped to take full advantage of the setting with elevated views over the village and the surrounding countryside. An area of decking provides an ideal outside seating and log store with a green roof. Steps and a grass pathway provide natural routes through areas of formal and kitchen garden to a wild garden at the top with fine views over the adjoining farmland to the hangers beyond. There is a tarmac drive to the front providing ample off road parking for three vehicles.
En Suite Shower Room
In all Gardens and Grounds of about 0.215 of an acre
Underfloor Gas Fired Heating