Beautiful gardens extending to just under half an acre
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Fabulous rural location for substantial house with A garden approaching half an acre.
Description A most attractive semi-detached house constructed of cavity brick and part tile hung elevations under a tiled roof. Having been in the same ownership for many years the house has had two substantial extensions added to it, to make it extremely comfortable family home. Being the south westerly side of the semi detached properties it has an enviable location with lovely views towards Butser Hill over farmland. Accommodation which includes five bedrooms has electric heating and solar panels providing hot water. There is a wood burning stove installed in the living room and the majority of the house has secondary double glazing. The beautifully laid out and tended gardens are an undoubted feature of the house and include two garden sheds both with power and light connected and one fully insulated and suitable for occasional accommodation. To the front of the house is a substantial oak framed double garage and ample further parking. Situation
Located down a country road but within easy reach of Petersfield the house is one of a small cluster of properties surrounded by farmland. The house falls within the catchment area of Steep Primary School and the mainline railway station in Petersfield is within two miles. The market town of Petersfield has a thriving High Street with Ramswalk Shopping Precinct, Waitrose, Marks & Spencer Foodhall, High Street banks as well as many independent shops and boutiques. There are good restaurants, bars and cafes and excellent schooling in the area. Located in the centre of the South Downs National Park there are numerous sporting and recreational opportunities close by.
Living Room (4.30m x 4.70m (14'1" x 15'5"))
Double doors to rear garden, Fireplace with wood burning stove.
Kicthen (2.95m x 4.71m (9'8" x 15'5"))
Leads to dining room
Dining Room/Family Room (4.47m x 3.16m (14'7" x 10'4"))
Door to rear garden. Door to Utility
Doors rear garden, shower room and workshop
Ground Floor Shower Room
Workshop (3.01m x 2.56m (9'10" x 8'4"))
First Floor Landing
Bedroom One (2.94m x 5.46m (9'7" x 17'10"))
Built in wardrobes
Bedroom Two (3.60m x 4.02m (11'9" x 13'2"))
Built in wardrobes
Bedroom Three (3.70m x 2.38m (12'1" x 7'9"))
Bedroom Four (4.72m x 3.34m (15'5" x 10'11"))
Bedroom Five (3.38m x2.65m (11'1" x8'8" ))
Detached Double Garage (5.92m x 5.17m (19'5" x 16'11"))
Views Over Farmland
Directions From the offices of Jacobs & Hunt Estate Agents proceed up Charles Street and turn left into Station Road, over the level crossing. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit and proceed up Bell Hill. At the crossroad by the Cricketers Public House turn left into Ridge Common Lane. After about half a mile the property will be found on the left hand side. General
Tenure - Freehold Services - Mains Water & Electricity, Private Drainage. Local Authority - East Hampshire District Council Council Tax Band - E - £2,038.79 per year 2019/2020 EPC - D - 66
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