A spacious Victorian cottage set in stunning surroundings within the beautiful South Downs National Park. The terrace of six cottages is located just outside the pretty village of West Meon, from where the A32 takes you to Fareham in the south, or Alton in the north. Nearby is the popular Meon Valley Trail, for walkers, cyclists and horses. We believe the cottages were built to house the workers for the railway line, which closed in 1955.
The property was originally built with two bedrooms, but has been altered so that upstairs it has just one large double aspect bedroom with stunning rural views to both front and rear. There is a bathroom with a bath and a separate walk-in shower cubicle.
Downstairs, the large open-plan living room was also originally built as two rooms, and has solid wooden floors and a Multifuel stove, which provides central heating and hot water to the property.
Outside there is a long garden to the rear, with far-reaching views across the South Downs. There is a large outbuilding/workshop, measuring 29'6" x 11'5", with water and electricity connected. To the front of the cottage, there is an enclosed garden, a quiet place to sit and take in the beautiful countryside views.
This property is situated within the village of West Meon and is within walking distance of all of the local amenities (which includes a primary school, Church, local shops, a public house and a regular bus service). In addition, the village is well placed within a comfortable drive of Petersfield, Winchester, Fareham and Portsmouth, and London can be easily reached via rail or road.
Sitting/diningroom20' 4" x 14' 5" (6.2m x 4.4m) With wooden floors, dual aspect windows and Stovax 8 Multi-fuel stove.
Kitchen12' 1" x 7' 6" (3.7m x 2.3m) With washing machine, fridge freezer and electric oven and hob
bedroomone20' 4" x 14' 5" (6.2m x 4.4m) With dual aspect windows and rural views
bathroom8' 6" x 7' 10" (2.6m x 2.4m) With white suite comprising bath, wash hand basin, WC and separate walk-in shower
outbuilding29' 6" x 11' 5" (9.00m x 3.50m)
services Mains water and electricity connected. There is no gas in the village, so heating and hot water is provided via a multi-fuel stove with a back boiler (there is also an immersion for summer months). There is a private drainage system shared between the six properties.
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