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Yokesford Hill, Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 United Kingdom

£1,250,000 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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Whiteparish, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 United Kingdom

£1,500,000 Wonderful family home close to Salisbury set in a secluded location Formerly part of the Trafalgar Estate this house has been sympathetically extended over the years. All the accommodation is extremely light with most rooms having at least a double aspect. There is a guest annexe, cottage, outbuildings, garaging, barns and five paddocks. EPC rating: F. The house is situated at the head of a private, gated drive surrounded by its own land of gardens and paddocks, beyond which there are open fields and woodland. Planning permission has been obtained for further extensions to the property altering the ground floor accommodation to provide family room with study and with two further bedrooms and bathrooms above. Planning application 14/09839/FUL The reception hall, dining room and drawing room benefit from attractive polished wood flooring. The sitting room has a wonderful vaulted ceiling, extensive book shelving and a wood-burning stove. There is also a downstairs cloakroom which has access to the cellar. Outside there is a south-facing stone terrace, formal rose gardens and a secluded kitchen garden adjoining a heated swimming pool and changing room. There is also a hard tennis court. There are extensive outbuildings, one of which has been converted to a home office. Free standing double artist studio, a wonderful room of oak and glass. The cottage is used as ancillary accommodation to the main house with a sitting room with under floor heating and with its own garden. Further garaging, barns and five paddocks. Above the main garage close to the house is found the first floor guest annexe with sitting room, bedroom and bathroom.

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The Street, Whiteparish, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 United Kingdom

£1,500,000 Grade II listed detached family home in the heart of Whiteparish Spacious six bedroom family home dating back to the early 1600's. The house comprises 6-7 bedrooms, 4 reception rooms and 3 bathrooms. There is a mature garden, swimming pool, tennis court, 3 garages and outbuildings Off the reception hall is the study with gas fireplace and a spacious and elegant drawing room with two gas fireplaces. The dining room, with doors leading out to the garden has maple stripped flooring and a built in dresser unit. The exposed beams and tiled floor give the kitchen a country feel. Off the kitchen is a lobby leading to a sitting/family room which has a fireplace with wood burning stove. A conservatory overlooks the extensive gardens. The first floor consists of six bedrooms. Bedroom two and three are fitted with built in wardrobes with bedroom two having an en suite bathroom. There is a family bathroom on this floor. The master bedroom suite has a range of fitted wardrobes, dressing room area and large en suite bathroom. The seventh bedroom or study/office is accessed via a staircase on the first floor landing. The gardens sit within the boundaries of well-established trees and shrub borders. An Artesian well is located in the side garden. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn and are enclosed by mature yew bushes which lead through an archway to the swimming pool and tennis court. There is access to the rear of the property via a lane leading to garaging for three cars. Additional storage includes space above the garages, a large warehouse tucked away in the side garden and a garden shed to the rear of the property behind the utility room.

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Bell Vale Lane, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

£1,299,950 A substantial Edwardian family home, in a rural and secluded setting Millfield lies to the south of Haslemere on the West Sussex / Surrey border and occupies a quiet and rural setting, whilst having the convenience of the town and the mainline station on its doorstep. EPC E Millfield has been well maintained and sympathetically extended by our clients, in order to form the imposing and beautiful family home we see today. Set back on a quiet and private road with laurel hedging along the boundary, Millfield offers both privacy and easy access to all that Haslemere provides including the mainline station. This Edwardian home retains a wealth of character with cream rendered elevations, two gable ends and wonderful large windows. One of the most notable rooms on the ground floor is the impressive drawing room, which is a superb area for either entertaining or relaxation, featuring an open fireplace and French doors, which open onto the sun terrace and beyond to the gardens. The kitchen/Breakfast room is a good size and provides the ideal layout for family living. Another impressive room is the dining room, featuring an open fireplace with an ornate cast iron surround, carefully restored by our clients. On the first floor, there is a large master bedroom with an en suite bathroom, featuring a wonderful double aspect providing views over the front and rear gardens. There are also two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the second floor there are two additional well-proportioned bedrooms and a further room, which could provide a superb area for guest accommodation. An added attraction of this location is that Millfield is only a short distance from Haslemere town and the mainline station.

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Tichborne, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 United Kingdom

£2,500,000 Old rectory in unspoilt hamlet setting This is a rare opportunity to acquire a much loved family home, which was last on the market at the beginning of the 1980s, in one of Hampshire’s unspoilt rural areas. The house is Grade II listed with various additions in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. The house is in the middle of the village conservation area and is approached by a gravel drive leading up to a parking area bordered by lawns. There is a light and spacious hall, that the current owners extended, and of particular note is the elegant drawing room, that has impressive floor to ceiling windows giving views over the gardens. There is a cosy sitting room, a light dining room and a kitchen and breakfast room. The rear hall with ample storage, utility room and playroom/garden room are all beyond. The stairs rise past a glorious sash window on to the landing, from where there is the master bedroom suite with dressing room, 4 further bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Situated beyond the house is a useful one bedroom cottage, and a double garage, which is accessed from the rear drive into a courtyard, which further contains a pool room, kennel and garden store/potting shed. Beyond is the swimming pool bordered by a high brick and flint wall and a wooden fence. The gardens and grounds are certainly a feature of the property; it is laid mainly to lawn with a variety of well stocked herbaceous borders and mature trees. Of note is the delightful paved terrace from which there are long views down the lawns to the fields beyond. There is an all weather tennis court, kitchen garden and orchard.

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Kingston Road, Shalbourne, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 United Kingdom

£695,000 Cottage for sale in Shalbourne Highclere House is a detached property of enormous character and charm situated in an elevated position in the heart of the village. Located within a Conservation Area and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the property is Grade II Listed and is believed to date from the 17th century. It was extended in 1990 and is tastefully presented with well-proportioned and light reception rooms and good ceiling heights. There are many original features throughout the property including exposed beams, tiled floors and wooden floorboards. The property sits well within its plot with a delightful west facing garden to the front with a brick path and box hedging. There is a sheltered terrace to the rear which provides excellent outdoor entertaining space. Steps from the terrace lead up to an area of lawn with a variety of plants and shrubs. There is a gravelled parking area for 2 cars to the rear together with a shed and summer house. There is also space for a car to the side of the property. Shalbourne, a popular village about 4 miles to the south west of the market town of Hungerford, and 10 miles to the south east of Marlborough. The village has a primary school, church, public house and village shop with post office. There are many clubs including cricket and tennis. Communications are good with the M4 motorway at Junction 14 being about 7 miles to the north. Trains from Hungerford to London Paddington take approximately 60 minutes. Other popular schools in the area include Pinewood, St Francis, St John’s and Marlborough College.

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Ridge Lane, Rotherwick, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 United Kingdom

£899,950 Stunning conversion of former forge Converted in 2003 and maintained to a high standard this stunning property has some fine features both period and modern. These include a large kitchen, garden room, 5 bedrooms and an attractive courtyard garden The Forge forms part of Home Farm, which was built as a model Victorian farm and has now been converted into attractive private houses. The property was converted in 2003 and provides spacious and flexible accommodation. The current owners have extensively updated the property to create a wonderful home that offers a charming blend of old and new. The large kitchen/breakfast room is ideally placed within the centre of the house. The good size formal sitting room adjoins the kitchen and benefits from a large full length windows and French doors leading out to the attractive courtyard garden. The garden room, with its two sets of French doors, looks out to the courtyard and has an orangery-like feel creating a very peaceful and sunny area to sit in. The ground floor also features a dining room, family room, utility room, cloakroom and internal access to the garage. The master bedroom is of very good proportions with charmingexposed beams and benefitting from a recently updated en-suite with shower. There is a guest bedroom also with en-suite shower and three further double bedrooms (one of which is currently used as a study). The family bathroom has also recently been updated and benefits from having both a bath and a shower. The property is approached via a private driveway which leads onto a private parking and turning area, and provides access to the garage. Enclosed by a brick and rendered garden wall, the sheltered courtyard garden is to the south.

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High Street, Broughton, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 United Kingdom

£895,000 4 bedroom converted Victorian chapel Built in 1816 this beautifully converted chapel is light, spacious and stylish while retaining charming original features. The house is set back from the High Street with a gravel parking area to the front. EPC rating: C. The thoughtful design has used a central atrium to flood the centre of the house with light. There is limestone flooring throughout the first floor and under floor heating. The property is entered through double doors into an entrance lobby flanked by a study and cloakroom. Further double doors lead to the large double aspect drawing room which has a dual sided wood-burner shared with the adjacent dining room. This second reception room benefits from the three storey atrium which is lit with skylights and leads directly into the kitchen / breakfast room. The fitted Harvey Jones kitchen units, central island and fitted Neff appliances combine to deliver a modern kitchen and living area. Limestone flooring continues through the bi-fold doors to the courtyard area creating a seamless indoor / outdoor area ideal for entertaining. The kitchen also leads to a utility room to the side of the house with a door to the outside. The master bedroom has french doors to a Juliet balcony, a wall of fitted wardrobes and a luxurious en suite bathroom. There are three further double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms, fitted wardrobes and leaded windows. The foundation stone on the façade of the property refers to the beginnings of the Baptist faith in Broughton in 1655. To the south / southwest end of the house is a private courtyard with custom built planters and seating.

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Rosebery Road, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 United Kingdom

£1,450,000 Detached six bedroom family house half a mile from Alresford town centre This substantial family home is well placed for access to the market town of Alresford and to the lovely open spaces of surrounding countryside. This light and airy house has 6 bedrooms, 3-4 reception rooms and a delightful garden. EPC rating: F. This spacious house boasts very good ceiling heights and large windows. The drawing room with wood burning stove and the dining room which leads to a conservatory are accessed via the entrance hall. There is a newly fitted wet room downstairs. The spacious kitchen / breakfast room with an Aga also has double doors leading out to a terraced area. The Lodge offers fantastic storage space. It has a cellar which would make a great workshop and a utility room and boot room located off the kitchen / breakfast room. The first floor comprises four good sized bedrooms. The master bedroom has views over the gardens and a large en suite bathroom. Bedrooms two and three are light spacious rooms with useful built in storage space. At one end of the house there is a large fourth bedroom. This has the advantage of its own staircase down to the side entrance and utility area as well as the family bathroom and adjoining shower room making it an excellent guest space. On the second floor there are a further two bedrooms and a loft / storage room. This room has potential to be converted into a bathroom to facilitate the upper accommodation (subject to planning permission). There is a mature, well stocked garden and a secluded terraced area with pergola, perfect for entertaining. The garden is mostly laid to lawn and is about 0.6 acres. Linked to the house is a double garage and two storage rooms. There is also parking for at least three to four cars to the front of the house.

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Heath Lane, Ewshot, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 United Kingdom

£6,400,000 A striking Victorian hall and Tower House with beautiful views Ewshot Hall is an imposing Victorian home which enjoys an elevated position with breath-taking southerly views. It has a superb secondary Tower House taking the total accommodation to over 13,249 sq ft. In all about 17.92 acres Ewshot Hall sits in the centre of its mature gardens and grounds and is situated 2.8 miles northwest of the historic market town of Farnham. Built in 1873, it has been lovingly updated over the years, yet still maintains many of its original features such as beautiful wooden flooring, original fireplaces and lovely sash windows, affording an abundance of natural light throughout. The ground floor comprises a large entrance hall which leads to a generously proportioned drawing room and dining room, both with spectacular views. The kitchen/breakfast room joins the adjacent orangery which was built in 1912. There is also a family room, media/recording room, study and a self-contained flat. On the first and second floors there are 9 bedrooms, 2 with balconies. 4 of these bedrooms are en suite and 2 have Jack and Jill bathrooms. The manicured gardens lie to the south of the property and a south-facing terrace provides a perfect area for outside dining. Lot 2 The Tower House occupies a secluded position. It comprises a large entertaining room, family kitchen, study, dining room, sitting room and two downstairs bedrooms. There is also a self-contained two bedroomed duplex staff flat. On the second floor is a second self-contained area of four rooms which could be allocated for any purpose. There are stairs which lead up to the unique 'tower' observation room. The gardens, pool, pond and paddock lie mostly to the south.

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Sotherington Lane, Blackmoor, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 United Kingdom

£895,000 A beautiful Grade II Listed thatched cottage in a stunning rural setting The Old Thatch offers the incoming purchaser the opportunity to acquire a beautiful period property with timeless character. The house sits in a tranquil rural setting and benefits from mature gardens, a swimming pool and stunning far-reaching views The Old Thatch sits in a delightful country setting on the fringes of Blackmoor, a sought-after rural hamlet situated within the South Downs National Park. Blackmoor itself has a church and a village hall with the nearby picturesque village of Selborne providing a village shop, an excellent pub, Art gallery and the renowned Gilbert White museum. Liphook, Petersfield, Farnham and Haslemere all provide a much wider range of shopping and recreational facilities as well as mainline stations which provide a direct service into London Waterloo. Communications in the area are superb, with the A3 only a short distance away providing fast and direct access to London, as well as the M25 and the international airports of Gatwick, Heathrow and Southampton. Journey times on the A3 have been greatly improved since the opening of the Hindhead tunnel in 2011. Sporting facilities are superb with racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, polo at Cowdray Park as well as sailing off the south coast at Chichester. One of the most special elements about this stunning Hampshire location is the excellent opportunities for walking and riding, with miles of beautiful rolling countryside on the doorstop.

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Wolverton Common, Tadley, Hampshire, RG26 United Kingdom

£725,000 4 bedroom charming period cottage Situated in the hamlet of Wolverton Common, offering deceptively large accommodation including 3 reception rooms, 2 bath/shower rooms, double garage with workshop, set in beautifully maintained gardens of approx 0.325 acre. EPC Rating E. Kingswood Cottage is a delightful period cottage, which we believe was built in 1902 and once formed part of the Duke of Wellington Estate. It has been substantially and thoughtfully enlarged and improved over recent years. It is located in a beautiful semi-rural location with fine views over fields and woodland. The cottage offers deceptively large accommodation which includes, on the ground floor, a sitting room with open fireplace and double doors leading onto the terrace and garden beyond, a separate dining room and family room, both with open fireplaces and wooden flooring. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted to a high standard, with wooden units, granite work surfaces including a breakfast bar and butler sink. The adjoining utility room is fitted to the same standard as the kitchen and has a stable door to the garden and a cloakroom adjoining. On the first floor, all the bedrooms have delightful countryside views. The principal bedroom has an en suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The garden is enclosed to the front and has a driveway with parking and turning, which leads onto a detached double garage with workshop. The beautifully maintained rear garden is incredibly private and enjoys a south-easterly aspect. It is predominantly laid to lawn, with well tended flower and shrub beds, a large paved terrace and raised vegetable bed. The property lends itself to further additions, subject to obtaining the necessary planning.

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