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A charming Grade II listed house believed to date back to 1843 presented with mellow stone elevations under a tiled roof. The property originally formed part of Bramshott Endowed School which was converted by local builders into three distinctive homes in the 1980's. The property is well presented with modern kitchen with oak fronted units, built-in gas hob and electric oven, well presented bathroom, shower room and cloakroom and solid oak floors to reception rooms and hall. The house retains period features including a wealth of exposed beams including vaulted ceilings to the landing and master bedroom and stone dressed fireplaces. An internal inspection is highly recommended.
Occupying a delightful position near the centre of the unspoilt hamlet of Bramshott. The property is about 2 miles from the centre of Liphook with its excellent shopping facilities, schools for all age groups and station on the Waterloo/Portsmouth main line. Access to the A3 is within about 1 mile, providing good transport links to the north to Guildford and London and the coast to the south. There are many acres of open countryside close at hand, including Bramshott Common, with much being under the ownership of the National Trust. More comprehensive facilities are available in the town of Haslemere within about 5 miles.
DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE with light and power connected, personal and twin up and over doors. GARDEN SHED. WATER TAP.
GARDEN: This is a charming feature of the property providing a mature setting. The property is approached by a five-bar gate with driveway providing parking for several vehicles. A pathway leads to the side of the house to a wide paved terrace at the rear. This is enclosed with low brick walling and inset flowerbeds. Beyond is a lawn with well stocked borders of flowering and herbaceous shrubs, all well enclosed with fencing and well established hedging. The rear garden is interspersed with several trees and enjoys a southerly aspect.
SERVICES: All Main Services. Gas Fired Central Heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: East Hampshire District Council.
Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
Two Further Bedrooms
Separate Dining Room and Snug
Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Gas Central Heating
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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