Character features include ornamental fireplaces, exposed doors and floorboards
Tastefully refurbished by the current owners
Bespoke fitted kitchen and modern family bathroom
Central village location
Generous plot extending to one fifth of an acre
Gated driveway and several outbuildings
Scope to extend subject to the usual planning consents
Oil fired central heating and private drainage
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Tastefully refurbished by the current owners this charming forest cottage, set in the heart of the village of Bramshaw offering the opportunity to experience forest life.
A newly fitted cottage style kitchen and modern bathroom complement the three double bedrooms and two receptions, both enjoying log burning stoves and features reflecting the character of this attractive detached property. Well tended and mature gardens extend to one fifth of an acre with numerous outbuildings available as well as the open forest immediately on the doorstop. The renowned village of Bramshaw sits perfectly to allow easy access onto the motorway networks whilst being the home to one of Hampshire’s oldest golf courses, two public houses and a village shop. This property offers the scope to extend subject to the usual planning constraints.
An attractive storm porch with timber framing and recessed part glazed front door opens to the welcoming entrance hall tastefully decorated, complementing the exposed timber floor boards. A cloakroom is situated under the stairs offering shoe storage with stripped internal doors to the primary rooms. The cosy sitting room features a bay window to the front aspect and log burning stove set on a black slate hearth and solid oak mantle piece. The dining room is bright and airy with glazed french doors opening to the mature gardens. A log burning stove provides an attractive focal point to the room. The bespoke cottage style kitchen is newly installed featuring an extensive range of wall and base units with solid oak work surfaces and inset butlers sink. The Rayburn stove is oil fired and provides the heating and hot water supplemented by a separate single electric oven. Space is available for a free standing fridge freezer with a stable door to the utility room providing additional storage and work surface space with plumbing for a range of further white goods. A useful shower room is accessed from the utility with a back door to the rear of the property. The first floor landing serves the three double bedrooms with ornamental fireplaces to all three. The master bedroom benefits from a bay window and access to the loft space with bedroom three offering fitted storage. The stylish family bathroom presents a modern white suite comprising a mixer shower over the P shaped bath, dual flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and heated towel rail.
The property is approached via a gated gravel driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles which extend to a pathway to the rear of the property and a useful garden room. The oil tank is screened from view with bin store adjacent and gated access to the rear boundary. The mature garden is predominantly lawned, punctuated with a variety of fruit trees and a working well. The boundaries are formed of high hedgerows providing a screen from passers by. A timber shed and large workshop are situated at the end of the garden.
The highly sought after village of Bramshaw, within the heart of the National Park enjoys a thriving community with an active village hall and small shop. There are a choice of excellent country pubs including The Green Dragon and the revered Bell Inn adjacent to the Golf club, thought to be one of the oldest in the country. The village enjoys an idyllic rural setting yet is perfectly positioned within close proximity of Junction 1 or 2 of the M27, ideal for commuter access and the mainline railway at Ashurst.
A detached forest cottage benefitting from oil fired central heating and private drainage with scope to extend subject to usual planning constraints.
From the Ower roundabout take the A36 to Salisbury and turn left onto Blackfield Road. At the end of the road turn right onto the B3079 and Row Hill Cottage can be found on the left hand side.
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