Steep, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32
Commutable, excellent schooling and a house with far reaching views
On a ridge of high ground with spectacular views to the South Downs and wooded Hangers, a mellow Sussex style country house surrounded by beautiful gardens and grounds attributed to Henry Inigo Triggs. Built circa 1910, on a ridge of high ground, almost all of the rooms take full advantage of the fantastic views over the gardens and grounds and to the horizon. From the drive there is an imposing entrance portico leading into a reception hall with turned staircase leading to the first floor. Off the reception hall are a sitting room, drawing room with door leading out to the terrace. The drawing room leads into the formal dining room and in turn to a superb, well equipped kitchen/breakfast room. Off this can be found a garden room, rear hall, media room, utility/boot room, workshop and cloakroom. On the first floor the principal suite has a sitting area, bedroom and bathroom and there are five further bedrooms with a further bathroom, two shower rooms, one en-suite and one bedroom has a shower cubicle. Outside, the sweeping carriage driveway leads to garaging, a wood shed, bicycle store, garden machinery shed and open fronted tractor barn. The grounds are a spectacular feature of Garden Hill with lawns, a mown field (currently used as a cricket pitch), terrace with entertaining pavilion, a hard tennis court, heated swimming pool and summer house, kitchen garden, greenhouse, bothy, orchard, formal gardens and woodland. The equestrian facilities comprise of a yard, 4 loose boxes, 5-bay American barn with 4 further boxes, hay storage, hay loft, feed room and tack room. There is also a manege, paddocks, a cross country course. In all about 52.4 acres.