A sizeable semi-detached home set in an enviable position overlooking the village green. The property has been extended on the ground floor to include a kitchen/breakfast room with bespoke wooden units, and a large conservatory opening onto the southerly-facing garden.
The front door opens to the entrance hall, from where stairs go up to the first floor. There is a large understairs storage area. Double doors from the hall open to the sitting room, featuring a multi-fuel stove with a slate hearth and alcove storage. The centrally located dining room has a brick fireplace, with double doors in turn opening to the large conservatory. The conservatory offers plenty of space for relaxation and dining, and has stone flooring and French doors, which open to the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room has stone flooring, and a beautiful range of wooden kitchen units and drawers, with granite worktops and upstands, a breakfast bar, a double Belfast sink, a built-in Neff double oven, a De Dietrich electric hob with extractor, and built-in fridge and dishwasher. Off the kitchen, there is a small utility room, housing the oil-fired boiler, and a cloakroom.
Upstairs, is the landing with access via a hatch to the loft. Bedroom one has a built-in wardrobe and linen cupboard. Bedroom two and three have built-in wardrobes. The bathroom has a white suite comprising a bath with separate shower controls above, a pedestal wash hand basin, wc, heated towel rail and extractor.
Outside, the property is approached from the front garden with a path leading to the front door. A path leads to the side of the house, where there is a shed, and a gate into the rear garden. The garden has a south-easterly aspect and is mainly laid to lawn, and is bordered by hedging and a fence.
The village of Upper Wield is a typical Hampshire village with a church, village hall and a good pub nearby in Lower Wield. There is very good walking in the surrounding area. Being off the beaten track, the area enjoys peace and tranquillity, but is within easy driving distance of Alresford, with its selection of independent shops, and Alton, Winchester and Basingstoke for bigger shopping trips. The nearby M3 allows speedy access to London, as do the mainline rail stations at Alton and Basingstoke.
kitchen/breakfastroom21' 11" x 9' 6" (6.69m x 2.92m)
diningroom10' 0" x 9' 2" (3.06m x 2.80m)
conservatory23' 0" x 11' 3" max (7.02m x 3.44m)
bedroomone13' 3" x 8' 11" (4.04m x 2.73m)
bedroomtwo11' 1" inc. Wardrobes x 10' 11" (3.39m x 3.34m)
bedroomthree9' 11" x 6' 7" (3.03m x 2.03m)
bathroom8' 0" x 7' 9" (2.44m x 2.38m)
services Mains water and electricity connected. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage system shared between 17 properties and managed by Radian.
Localauthorityinformation East Hampshire District Council Council Tax Band: D
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