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The house forms the central third of an extensive country mansion that in part dates back to the 17th century. The house is presented with attractive stone elevations with brick quoins under tiled roof. The accommodation benefits from high ceilings with very well proportioned rooms, retaining period features including ornate cornice ceilings and original fireplaces. The ground floor features a sitting room with panelled walls and attractive reception hall/dining room with lovely wide easy rising staircase leading to galleried landing. The first floor benefits from three bedrooms, two with en suite bathrooms. The current owner has adapted the second floor into two rooms, currently used as a library and gym with potential to be used as further bedrooms as required. The property is offered with no onward chain.
Occupying a delightful position on the rural fringes of the village of Bramshott surrounded by farming and countryside. Liphook with its excellent shopping facilities and main line station on the Waterloo/Portsmouth line is only 2 miles away. Haslemere station, within about 5 miles, has services to London Waterloo in under an hour. The A3 can be accessed within about 0.75 mile at Bramshott with central London being about 48 miles distant. There is an excellent choice of both state and private schools within the vicinity. Sporting facilities include two golf courses at Liphook, both within about 3 miles. There are many acres of National Trust close at hand, ideal for walking and riding.
A tarmac drive leads to communal parking area to the front of the property providing parking for several vehicles leading to GARAGE with up and over door. ADJOINING FUEL STORE. OIL TANK. GARDEN: The gardens were planned and designed by Gertrude Jekyll, whose niece lived in the house in the 19th century. There are delightful Italian style gardens surrounding the mansion with a communal lawned area to the rear. The private garden comprises a sheltered area approached by steps and pathways comprising lawn with a mature cherry tree and flower borders, including several rhododendrons, enclosed with stone walling. Steps lead down to a lower lawn which has a lovely outlook over a lake and countryside beyond.
SERVICES: Mains Water and Electricity. Oil Fired Central Heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: East Hampshire District Council.
Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
Guest Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom
Second Floor Library and TV Room/Gym
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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