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A well presented family home built circa 1870 featuring high ceilings & offering accommodation over two floors. The front door opens into a spacious reception hall with a cloakroom and stairs to the first floor with a useful storage area. Glass double doors lead to the light and airy triple aspect living room with feature archway and fireplace. Accessed from the hall is the kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range cooker and integrated appliances. A glass door leads to the attractive and versatile garden room constructed of brick and cedar wood framing. With the exception of the kitchen & garden room, which have tiled flooring, the remainder of the ground floor is laid to wood flooring. Upstairs offers a main bedroom with a comprehensive range of floor to ceiling wardrobes, plantation style shutters and en-suite shower room. There is an airing cupboard and there are a further 2 double bedrooms also with fitted wardrobes, complemented by a family bathroom. The converted garage provides a home office/guest bedroom with a utility room including sink, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer and kitchen units, there is a separate WC and useful storage cupboards.
The property is located in the hamlet of Winchfield, at what was formerly Winchfield Hospital, converted sympathetically in 1985 to a select development. It is within easy reach of the Basingstoke Canal for outside pursuits. Nearby are The Barley Mow Pub, The Spa and Club at the Four Seasons, Dogmersfield, Hart Leisure Centre and Edenbrook Country Park. Winchfield Station(1.5mls, Waterloo 48 mins) or Fleet Railway Station, both mainline to London Waterloo, M3 Motorway at Junction 4A and the M4 at Junction 11. The historic villages of Odiham and Hartley Wintney are close by and the town of Fleet offers all one needs by way of supermarkets, shops. cafes, restaurants with an excellent range of schooling, both state and private.
The property has ample parking to the front of the converted double garage (which also offers eaves storage). A side gate leads to the delightful private southerly aspect rear garden with seating area and path leading round to a useful utility space behind the converted garage with space for garden shed.
Main Bedroom with en suite
Two Further Bedrooms
Out Building with Home Office
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