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Yokesford Hill, Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 United Kingdom

£1,195,000 6 bedroom 18th century farm house A Beautiful 18th century farm house enjoying a pleasant position surrounded by open countryside. The house has been restored by the current vendors and is an exceptionally well presented and spacious family home of over 4,200 square foot, with a large garden. The windows are wooden double glazed windows, giving lovely views across the gardens and the countryside. There is a marvellous and light entrance hall with full height ceiling, oak flooring and doors through into the playroom, which has built in shelving and double doors into the garden. The drawing room is also a very light and spacious room, with a beautiful open fireplace, high ceilings and two sets of double doors opening out to the garden at the front. This leads through to the fantastic kitchen/breakfast room which has been recently re-fitted. It has a large range of built in cupboards and wooden work surfaces and is beautifully presented, with a large central island and a spacious dining area with wood burning stove. Steps lead down to a large utility /boot room and cloakroom with double doors out to the garden. Upstairs is a fantastic master bedroom with views across the private garden, together with 3 further bedrooms. Bedrooms 5 and 6 on the second floor are light and airy double bedrooms which outlook over the garden. The house is approached via a long gravel driveway to a large gravel parking area, with two wooden framed garages. The beautiful gardens total around 1.6 acres. There is a recently laid tennis court and also a good range of outbuildings, one of which is directly adjacent the house and has a separate tack room.

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South Grove, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 United Kingdom

£1,500,000 Beautifully presented, New England style home a short walk from the town Lake House is a 4 bedroom property built around five years ago and is superbly presented throughout. The house is ideally positioned within walking distance of Lymington High Street, yet is also both peaceful and private with a delightful outlook across the spring-fed lake at the rear. EPC rating C Situated close to the High Street and ideally located for the facilities and lifestyle of the south coast. The Georgian market town of Lymington offers a range of boutique shops, restaurants, gastro pubs and supermarkets such as Waitrose and Marks and Spencer. Lymington is well renowned for its river, two private marinas including Lymington Yacht Haven and yacht clubs including The Royal Lymington and Lymington Town Sailing Club. The New Forest, with 145 square miles of National Park heathland and woodland, offers not only outstanding natural beauty and wildlife, but also extensive walking and horse riding. The house has a bespoke kitchen/breakfast room, with fully integrated Miele appliances, granite work surfaces and a four-oven gas-fired Aga. The bath and shower rooms are also very well fitted, and a particular feature is the volcanic lava stone slipper bath in the dressing area of the master bedroom. The front door opens into the beautiful, light dual-height dining and reception hall, the triple aspect drawing room and the fabulous kitchen/breakfast room, which has been superbly designed. On the first floor the master bedroom feautres a dressing room and en suite and there are three further double bedrooms, bathroom and shower room. The house sits within delightful gardens, which are very private and lead down to a spring-fed lake, which is jointly owned by Lake House and the two neighbouring properties

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Upper Froyle, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 United Kingdom

£825,000 Three bedroom first floor apartment in a converted Georgian house Stunning Grade II listed country residence, recently converted to provide three high specification individual apartments and two charming mews houses, set within its own splendid communal gardens and grounds of about 2.5 acres Froyle House is a stunning Georgian Grade II listed country residence, which has been converted to provide three high specification individual apartments and two charming mews houses. Commanding an elevated position in the heart of the picturesque village of Upper Froyle, with its own splendid communal gardens and grounds of about 2.5 acres. The sympathetic conversion has enabled Froyle House to retain the feel of the original country home, which is evident as soon as you enter the property, into a spacious hallway with beautiful staircase and domed lantern on the second floor. The individual properties have retained many period features including high ceilings, open fireplaces and beautiful sash windows with wooden shutters. Each apartment has been equipped to the highest standard, which includes modern contemporary kitchens with Neff appliances and high quality sanitary ware in the bathrooms. There is a lift which provides access as well as the staircase. The properties are approached over a sweeping gravel driveway, concluding in a large parking area with ample space for residents and visitors alike. The gardens and grounds include extensive terracing, lawns and numerous mature shrubs and trees. There will be a management company set up to maintain the gardens and grounds and a charge will be levied against each property annually to do this.

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Upper Froyle, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 United Kingdom

£885,000 Three bedroom ground floor apartment in a converted Georgian house Stunning Grade II listed country residence, recently converted to provide three high specification individual apartments and two charming mews houses, set within its own splendid communal gardens and grounds of about 2.5 acres Froyle House is a stunning Georgian Grade II listed country residence, which has been converted to provide three high specification individual apartments and two charming mews houses. Commanding an elevated position in the heart of the picturesque village of Upper Froyle, with its own splendid communal gardens and grounds of about 2.5 acres. The sympathetic conversion has enabled Froyle House to retain the feel of the original country home, which is evident as soon as you enter the property, into a spacious hallway with beautiful staircase and domed lantern on the second floor. The individual properties have retained many period features including high ceilings, open fireplaces and beautiful sash windows with wooden shutters. Each apartment has been equipped to the highest standard, which includes modern contemporary kitchens with Neff appliances and high quality sanitary ware in the bathrooms. The properties are approached over a sweeping gravel driveway, concluding in a large parking area with ample space for residents and visitors alike. The gardens and grounds include extensive terracing, lawns and numerous mature shrubs and trees. There will be a management company set up to maintain the gardens and grounds and a charge will be levied against each property annually to do this.

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Ewhurst Road, Ramsdell, Tadley, Hampshire, RG26 United Kingdom

£2,500,000 A unique oppportunity to build a magnificent country house Planning consent has been achieved to build an attractive 10,753 sq.ft. country house with commanding views in this mature setting and highly desirable location. The property is set within 16.73 acres of garden and grounds with additional land available by negotiation. Skyers Farm has achieved planning consent for a “replacement dwelling” in place of the current farm house and agricultural buildings. Within the planning approval, permission has been granted to build a six bedroom, six bathroom family house with four reception rooms over three floors. In addition, the consent includes provision for a detached indoor swimming pool with basement passage, which incorporates games room, store/wine cellar and plant room, from the main house to the Grade II listed party barn (the extent of the basement illustrated is subject to written approval from the LA). Part of the scheme is for the erection of a courtyard of ancillary buildings comprising: a three bay cart shed, hay store, garden store, four stables, tack room, dry feed room, playroom, garaging/workshops and gym and home office over the stabling area. Skyers Farm, set at the end of a tree lined private drive, is offered for sale with approximately 16.73 acres (6.770 hectares). To the East of the property is Lot 2, which comprises of approximately 10.63 acres (4.30 hectares) of high quality pasture. Lot 2 is offered for sale subject to a restrictive covenant. Further land available by separate negotiation to the south and south west of Lot 1. The planning consent number is: 14/02096/FUL and the Listed building consent number is: 14/02097/LBC Nearby schools include Cheam, Elstree, Horris Hill, St. Gabriels, Bradfield College, Winchester College, Marlborough College and Radley College.

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Grafton Place, East Grafton, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 United Kingdom

£1,200,000 5 bedroom house with annexe close to Marlborough and Hungerford Paddock House is a substantial family house which was built in 1998. It forms part of a small, attractive development of 6 houses and has light, flexible accommodation and well proportioned rooms. EPC rating D Paddock House is situated in East Grafton, well placed for Hungerford, Marlborough and Pewsey, at the head of the Pewsey Vale and close to Savernake Forest. The village is located about 15 minutes drive from the bustling market town of Marlborough with its High Street market, wine bars and range of shops including Waitrose. Marlborough College has a very well known Summer School and the town hosts an annual Jazz Festival. Other schools in the area include St Johns, Pinewood, Dauntsey’s, St Francis and St Mary’s Calne. The property is well placed for communications with the J.14 of the M4 being about 11 miles to the west. There are regular trains to London Paddington from Pewsey, Great Bedwyn and Hungerford which take about an hour. Andover station (15 miles) provides a link to Waterloo taking some 70 minutes. The annexe has a balcony and provides excellent self-contained accommodation for guests, family members or could be used as a home office. Planning has been granted to create additional accomodation in the loft. The south-west facing gardens are mainly laid to lawn and lead onto the paddock. French windows from all the reception rooms lead onto a sheltered terrace which provides wonderful outdoor entertaining space. The double garage is alarmed and air conditioned. There is a shed and log store within the garden.

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South Street, Aldbourne, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 United Kingdom

£1,200,000 Well presented 5 bedroom family house in Aldbourne for sale One Ash is a fantastic family house situated in the heart of Aldbourne, a popular village in the North Wessex Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Conservation Area. The village has a Post Office and shop within walking distance. There is a 14th Century church and two public houses. The market towns of Hungerford and Marlborough are 7 and 8 miles respectively and provide more extensive shopping. The larger commercial centres of Swindon and Newbury are also within easy reach. There are variety of good schools in the area including the village primary school, Pinewood, St John’s and Marlborough College. One Ash is substantial house of approximately 2970 sq/ft and is believed to date from the 1930’s. It has recently been extended and modernised to a high standard whilst retaining original features such as beam and fireplaces. It is tastefully presented with light and versatile accommodation. The delightful, part walled gardens are a major feature of the property. There is a wonderful sheltered terrace to the south of the house bordered by box and shrubs which provides excellent outdoor entertaining space. Steps from the terrace lead up to a lawned area and home office/studio. There are a variety of well stocked beds and shrubs. To the front of the house there is a further area of lawn and vegetable garden. The property is accessed via electric wooden gates which lead to a parking area for a number of cars and an oak frame double garage.

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Budbridge Lane, Merstone, Isle Of Wight, PO30 United Kingdom

£1,425,000 Exquisite historic house, exceptionally restored, in quiet rural location Grade II listed, the property has undergone a major restoration, carried out to the highest standards with great attention to detail. Situated in an elevated position with beautiful views over the surrounding countryside, with 7.5 acres of grounds, lakes and tennis court. The extensive, sensitively carried out works have included the replacement of the roof, floors (with mostly oak joists), all windows (the majority double glazed), and high levels of insulation. New electrical, telecoms, plumbing, drainage and heating systems have been installed including underfloor heating in principal rooms and bathrooms. A high quality new kitchen and bathrooms by Porcelanosa have been fitted, resulting in a superb blend of bespoke modern fittings and comforts with a range of fine period features. The gardens have been terraced, landscaped and enclosed in new bespoke wrought iron parkland fencing, with matching entrance gates. Mainly flagstone paved paths lead around the house and to the rear there is a vegetable garden with raised borders, a greenhouse and fruit trees. There is a courtyard on the southern side of the house with a large paved terrace which can be accessed from the kitchen/living room and borders providing an ideal outdoor dining. Beyond the fenced garden is an unfenced grass tennis court, pasture and two lakes making for an attractive setting with space for paddocks. The Old Dairies, of which there are two, are situated to the south of the house. They are currently outbuildings with the second having planning consent for conversion to residential use (subject to a 52 week holiday use restriction). Available as a separate lot is an additional range of barns.

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Beechwood Lane, Burley, Ringwood, Hampshire, BH24 United Kingdom

£2,600,000 In the heart of the New Forest National Park Rare opportunity to acquire a fine period house in the heart of the New Forest. This attractive period family house sits in grounds of 13 acres, ideal for the equestrian enthusiast. Beechwood is a fine, detached family house in an idyllic location, with an interesting history connecting the house to Lt. Thompson, the first British Officer to die in World War I, a brass plaque honours his memory in Burley Church. The previous vendors of Beechwood extensively bred New Forest ponies at the house. The main house enjoys excellent family accommodation over three floors. The reception space includes a reception hall, drawing room, dining room, breakfast room, recently fitted kitchen with an Aga, study, shower room and utility. The upper floors provide generous family accommodation including a master suite of bedroom and en suite shower room, four further bedrooms, two bathrooms. There is a Games Room/ Bedroom 6 on the second floor. There is separate accommodation currently laid out as 2 self contained apartments, but could conveniently provide ancillary family or staff accommodation or potential income. “The Mews”, as it is known, is separately banded with its own utilities and telephone. There are two large hay barns, extensive, drained stabling, mostly brick built and timber lined, a tack room and stores. The house is surrounded by excellent well maintained and deer fenced paddocks. with field shelters, water fed troughs, and an outdoor Manège. There is direct access into forest, creating the ideal situation for the equestrian enthusiast. Hay crops have been taken off 3 paddocks for the last 20 years.

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Hensting Lane, Fishers Pond, Owslebury, Hampshire, SO50 United Kingdom

£2,000,000 Grade II listed Farm House set in the Hensting Valley An attractive residential farm set in the Hensting Valley with an enchanting farm house and extensive outbuildings including a large seperate cottage, 17th Century barn and several stables. The property is set within 11.2 acres of land and is well positioned close to Winchester. Hensting Farm House is beautifully presented, most of the reception rooms have exposed beams with good ceiling heights, stone mullion windows and fine views over the open countryside. The master bedroom suite is at the front of the house, with fantastic views to the south, the four further bedrooms on the first floor are all good sizes with two bathrooms. The converted attic provides four further rooms and a bathroom. The gardens that surround the house include a well-managed lawn, a heated swimming pool, hot tub and terraced area. Hensting Hall is a substantial, thatched detached cottage which is perfect ancillary accommodation. The house has character and plenty of period features. The accommodation includes a kitchen, dining and sitting room. Stairs lead up to a Minstrel’s gallery and a generous bedroom and bathroom. There is a very large integral garage for three cars and store and a large storage space above. (EPC rating D for Hensting Hall). Outbuildings include a thatched Grade II listed barn, stables, tack room, feed store and garaging for three cars. Located to the South of Winchester and to the North of Southampton in the South Downs National Park. Bishops Waltham provides local shopping and leisure facilities, Winchester provides a more extensive range of shops. Educational facilities in the area include; Winchester College, St Swithuns, Twyford, Farleigh, Princes Mead and Pilgrims'.

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Upper Froyle, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 United Kingdom

£895,000 Three bedroom Penthouse apartment in a converted Georgian house Stunning Grade II listed country residence, recently converted to provide three high specification individual apartments and two charming mews houses, set within its own splendid communal gardens and grounds of about 2.5 acres Froyle House is a stunning Georgian Grade II listed country residence, which has been converted to provide three high specification individual apartments and two charming mews houses. Commanding an elevated position in the heart of the picturesque village of Upper Froyle, with its own splendid communal gardens and grounds of about 2.5 acres. The sympathetic conversion has enabled Froyle House to retain the feel of the original country home, which is evident as soon as you enter the property, into a spacious hallway with beautiful staircase and domed lantern on the second floor. The individual properties have retained many period features including high ceilings, open fireplaces and beautiful sash windows with wooden shutters. Each apartment has been equipped to the highest standard, which includes modern contemporary kitchens with Neff appliances and high quality sanitary ware in the bathrooms. There is a lift which provides access as well as the staircase. The properties are approached over a sweeping gravel driveway, concluding in a large parking area with ample space for residents and visitors alike. The gardens and grounds include extensive terracing, lawns and numerous mature shrubs and trees. There will be a management company set up to maintain the gardens and grounds and a charge will be levied against each property annually to do this.

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Upper Clatford, Andover, Hampshire, SP11 United Kingdom

£895,000 Spacious family home with 18th century cob barn in the heart of the village A delightful detached family home, built about 20 years ago. Ideally located in the heart of the village but in a tucked away position off the main street, with a large and private garden totalling almost 0.5 acre. Separate detached Cob Barn providing excellent ancillary accommodation. EPC Rating:C Situated in the popular village of Upper Clatford, surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the Test Valley. Nearby Goodworth Clatford has a C of E primary school. Independent pre-prep and prep school education at Farleigh School at Red Rice and Norman Court School at West Tytherley. The village has good access to the A303 and mainline railway station to London Waterloo at Andover. The kitchen is well fitted with a raised tiled area with underfloor heating. Wooden flooring leads through to the sitting room and dining room which has double doors out onto the terrace and garden. The drawing room is double aspect and has double doors out into the garden. This has fitted units and shelves and a woodburnig stove. Upstairs, the master bedroom is double aspect, and has built in wardrobes and en suite shower room. There are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Cob Barn - A charming original Cob Barn with open plan living accommodation, situated just across the driveway from the house. It has a sitting room, kitchenette with a range of units and oven and a downstairs shower room. Stairs lead up to a mezzanine bedroom area and makes for ideal ancillary accommodation. The house is approached through double gates to a large gravel parking area. The garden has an attractive terrace area along the back of the house. Steps lead down into the main garden, which is well stocked throughout. It is very private, mainly laid to lawn and totals almost 0.5 acre.

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