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Hollycombe, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 United Kingdom

£1,950,000 A substantial period property in a stunning and sought-after rural location The Old Stables is a charming and well-proportioned family house which, we believe, dates back to 1850. The property has been restored and completely renovated by our clients in order to form the beautifully finished family house we see today. EPC E The Old Stables is situated in a beautiful rural setting between the much sought-after villages of Hollycombe and Milland. The property is surrounded by beautiful West Sussex countryside whilst also being conveniently located with superb road and rail links on the doorstep. Hollycombe lies on the West Sussex/Hampshire border at the heart of the South Downs National Park. Within the village of Milland is The Rising Sun, a well-known public house, as well as the highly regarded village shop with offers a wide range of local produce. More comprehensive shopping facilities are available in the nearby towns of Haslemere, Midhurst, Petersfield and Guildford, all of which are within easy reach. Liphook, which is 1.5 miles away, has a mainline train station providing a frequent service into London Waterloo taking approximately 65 minutes. There is also a mainline station at Haslemere which provides services in approximately 56 minutes. The choice of schools is superb, including Highfield School and Brookham at Liphook, St Edmunds, The Royal Junior School and Amesbury at Hindhead, The Royal Senior School and St Ives in Haslemere, as well as Bedales and Churcher’s College in Petersfield.

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Northfields, Chieveley, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 United Kingdom

£700,000 New eco house for sale near Newbury Prime opportunity to create a unique contemporary and sustainable eco-friendly house, well placed for excellent communications. The Old Water Tower is being built as a certified “Passivhaus”, which is defined on the UK Passivhaus website as being “the fastest growing energy performance standard in the world”. The Passivhaus standards strengths lie in the simplicity of its approach; build a house that has an excellent thermal performance, exceptional airtightness with mechanical ventilation. This robust approach to building design allows the designer to minimise the ‘Heating Demand’ of the building and in some residential buildings only specify a heated towel rail as means of conventional heating. This heat can then be recovered and circulated by a Mechanical Ventilation and Heat Recovery (MVHR) unit. For more information go to: http://www.passivhaus.org.uk/standard.jsp?id=122 At this early stage the buyers could potentially have input in the fixtures and fittings as well as choosing the colour of the timber cladding or windows. Specification Black stained timber cladding, triple glazed “IdealCombi” windows, external blinds to all main windows on south and west elevations. Full house MVHR (Mechanical Ventilation & Heat Recovery). Kitchen by Magnet, Howdens or similar, bathroom fittings by Duravit & Crosswater, bathroom tiles by Grespania, MK switch plates. Video entry phone, Sonos music system to main rooms, iPad mini with whole house system controls. Fully landscaped gardens by New British Landscapes http://www.newbritishlandscapes.co.uk/about.html The building will come with a 10 year warranty.

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Chase Lane, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

£2,500,000 A beautiful Grade II Listed family house in a stunning setting Chase Farm is situated in a wonderful private and secluded setting at the end of Chase Lane, one of the most sought-after roads in Haslemere. The property benefits from just over 16 acres of land, a swimming pool and extensive outbuildings whilst being within easy reach of the mainline station. The town offers excellent shopping facilities for day-to-day needs, a choice of restaurants, pubs and coffee shops, along with a tennis club and the newly refurbished Haslemere Leisure Centre. The mainline train station provides services into London Waterloo in approximately 56 minutes. More comprehensive shopping facilities are available in the towns of Godalming and Guildford, which are easily accessed via the A286 and the A3. There is an exceptional choice of schools in the area including The Royal Senior School and St Ives in Haslemere, St Edmund’s, The Royal Junior School and Amesbury at Hindhead and Brookham and Highfield in Liphook. Other schools include Charterhouse at Godalming, Barrow Hill’s and King Edward’s at Witley and Cranleigh School slightly further afield. Chase Farm also has the benefit of being surrounded by Blackdown, an area of 965 acres of ancient woodland owned by the National Trust, which provides excellent walks and rides as well as sensational views over Surrey and West Sussex. Chase Farm is completely private with no public right of way across any of its land.

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Stoneymarsh, Michelmersh, Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 United Kingdom

£850,000 Detached house with planning permission to develop Grade II listed barn An attractive white washed period property surrounded by wonderful open countryside. Stoneymarsh Cottage was a former Dairy Farm which in recent years has been successfully operating as a B&B facility. EPC rating: F The house is within a short distance of the Test Way with easy access to both Romsey and Stockbridge. The house itself has a wealth of character throughout and provides both spacious and interesting accommodation. There is a light, double aspect dining room with a wood-burning stove and a cosy sitting room also featuring a wood-burning stove. The kitchen is fitted with a Rayburn and leads through into the part of the house which is currently used as a Bed and Breakfast. In this area there are three bedrooms, two shower rooms and a kitchenette, providing versatile accommodation depending on how one would like to use it. This part of the property has separate access so it would lend itself to an annexe. On the first floor there are three generous double bedrooms. Bedroom one has good fitted cupboards along with period features including exposed beams. There is also a family bathroom on the ground floor. Outside: The Barn, currently attached to the property, is a Grade II listed former threshing barn. It is open plan with vaulted ceiling and attached workshop. Planning permission has been granted to convert to a four bedroom residence with double carport should someone wish to do so. The house sits within a generous plot totalling 1.3 acres which is mainly laid to lawn with well-established and private borders. There are fantastic views out across the surrounding countryside providing a wonderful back drop to the property.

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Bell Vale Lane, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

Superb location in the South Downs National Park • Former country house, last used as a 36 bed care home (18,207 sqft GIA) • Potential for alternative uses and development, subject to obtaining the necessary consents • 9 acres of landscaped grounds with a pavilion, 1.5 acre lake and woodland Valewood House has most recently been used as a care home and is set within grounds extending to c.9 acres. The house is approached via Bell Vale Lane from the north, and is mostly surrounded by Valewood Park, now owned by the National Trust. It is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and on the edge of the South Downs National Park in an area known as Blackdown. Valewood House dates from the late 1830’s and the main house is constructed from Sussex sandstone. A number of later additions have been made; most notably in 1990 when a large three storey extension was added to the west of the main house. The north east elevation was originally a separate sandstone cottage; however this was joined to the main house approximately 30 years ago. The house sits within landscaped grounds, sloping down to the lake, together with a tennis court and pavilion with shower room. Whilst the tennis court has been latterly used as a sensory garden it could be restored. A detached treatment room and converted loggia are sited in the kitchen courtyard. A large conservatory has been added to the south west elevation, overlooking the gardens. There is a viewing deck accessed from the driveway, overlooking the lake and Valewood Park and a further deck on the lake. Internally, the property comprises a number of communal rooms, a commercial kitchen and bedroom accommodation for 36 residents and associated bathroom facilities.

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Monk Sherborne, Hampshire, RG26 United Kingdom

£3,450,000 Substantial edge of village family house with mature grounds Queen's House is an elegant Victorian house with 5 reception rooms and 6 bedrooms. 2 bedroom flat and large period barn with potential. Swimming pool and tennis court. Set in approximately 13 acres. Queen's House has well-proportioned reception rooms providing superb entertaining space, all of which lead off the impressive entrance hall. The kitchen is of a good size and opens onto the conservatory with views over the gardens and access to the terrace. The house faces south, has predominately large sash windows and is therefore extremely light and sunny. The majority of the principal reception rooms have lovely views over the gardens and grounds, as do the principal bedrooms. There is a large attic, which has been used in the past as bedroom accommodation and could be reinstated, if required. Garden and The Land There are 13.23 acres of which approximately 2.95 acres are formal garden. The garden is stunning and mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders and dispersed flower beds. There are neatly clipped areas of yew hedging. There is a tennis court, together with a swimming pool that lies adjacent to the games room. The garden has a soft fruit area, vegetable garden and orchard. There is a delightful pond to the rear of the garden with waterlillies. Part of the grounds are bordered by a band of mature woodland. The Stable Flat and Barn The Stable Flat provides first-class secondary accommodation for either staff or relatives, and in the past has been let to provide an income.The flat was converted in 1995 (BDB 37538), and as part of the consent the adjoining timber framed barn also obtained planning permission for conversion into further accommodation.

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Itchen Stoke, Hampshire, SO24 United Kingdom

£765,000 Grade II listed thatched cottage in the heart of Itchen Stoke This attractive cottage is an ideal refurbishment opportunity for somebody. It is set within a generous garden with views over the surrounding countryside. There is a working borehole in the garden so the house has it's own private water supply. Off the tiled floor entrance hall lies a downstairs WC, a drawing room and a dining room. The generous drawing room has a fireplace with a brick mantelpiece and large windows overlooking the back garden. Next to this room is the dining room which is also of good proportions. This room leads through to a lovely light garden room. The garden room is a charming space with doors leading out to the garden. The kitchen with exposed beams has a walk-in larder and the rear access to the house is just off the kitchen. To the right of the back door is a useful storage room and lobby area which could be used as a utility room. The spacious master bedroom has good ceiling height, built in cupboards and large windows overlooking the back garden. Adjoining the bedroom is a generous sized dressing room and en suite bathroom. Bedroom two is another large double room with windows on two walls and views over the garden. Bedroom three is a smaller room with built in cupboards. This would also make a good study space. There is a Jack and Jill family bathroom on this floor. The house has a front gate and pathway leading to the front door. There is a mature laurel hedge running alongside the front of the property creating a private feel. The back garden has areas of lawn with many shrub borders, trees and flower beds. It is a conservation area so the trees are preserved. There are two single garages and parking for at least three cars to the rear of the property.

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High Street, Odiham, Hampshire, RG29 United Kingdom

£2,200,000 A splendid Georgian town house in the heart of Odiham An outstanding 3 reception room, 5/6 bedroom Grade II* Listed town house with connecting 2 bedroom cottage and charming walled garden According to the 3rd edition of the Odiham High Street Itinerary, The White House was built in 1812 by John Lee and James Westbrook for William Seymour, the local banker. The light and airy accommodation is well-proportioned and arranged over four floors. The grand entrance hall has polished wood flooring, a display alcove and has access through double doors to the rear terrace and garden. The three principal reception rooms, perfect for entertaining, have high ceilings. The spacious drawing room has an open fireplace with marble surround and glazed double doors leading to the terrace. Both the sitting room and dining room have fireplaces. A traditional butler’s pantry, with built-in cupboards, leads to the rear hall in which there is a lift to the first floor. The kitchen/breakfast room enjoys views over the garden, and has a gas-fired Aga and a range of fitted cupboards. A laundry room and cloakroom complete the accommodation on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a large landing leading to the master bedroom with sash windows and a former fireplace. The master bedroom has a spacious en suite bathroom with built-in wardrobes. There are four further bedrooms and a bathroom. The second floor has an attic bedroom, and store rooms which could be converted into a further bedroom and bathroom, if required, subject to planning consents. White House Cottage (No. 34) The attached two bedroom cottage has its own private access from the courtyard.

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Kintbury Holt, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 United Kingdom

£1,595,000 A house with a cottage and land near Kintury The property lies about 1 mile north of the highly popular and accessible village of Kintbury, which has a station as well as pubs, shops (including a butchers), doctors surgery etc. It has a cottage with rental potential, as well as gardens, woodland & paddocks. Three Cornered Hat has great views over the surrounding countryside. Parts of the property are believed to date from the mid-19th century with modern extensions and have a number of original features. The vendors have substantially renovated the property throughout. The tiled ground floor is underfloor heated. The kitchen and drawing room have French windows leading to a south-facing terrace. The drawing room has a Jetmaster fireplace under a carved limestone surround. There is also an Integrated concealed cinema system with dual satellite feed and under floor surround sound cabling (subject to separate sale). The large upstairs landing, currently used as an office, has lights and electric circuits designed to support a 4th bedroom (simple stud wall separation required), with passage to the master suite. The master en-suite bathroom offers great wildlife viewing from the spa bath. The large cottage is 25 years old and has a separate modern heating system. The downstairs bedroom and bathroom are wheelchair friendly and there is underfloor heating in the en-suite. It currently generates £1,500 a month rental income (it has been let for 6 years). The property has great potential for equestrian use; in the lower paddock there is a timber barn on hard standing, with dimensions designed for 2 loose boxes and there is water supplied to the field.

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Hursley, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 United Kingdom

£1,750,000 Build an impressive country house An exciting opportunity to build an impressive country house, in this highly sought after and extremely pretty location, overlooking its own grounds and farmland with views towards the village of Hursley and Winchester. Current: EPC ratings D and E. The permission to create an exciting Georgian style farmhouse of classical proportion has been obtained by our clients in conjunction with Cherrington Planning Ltd. The proposed property takes full advantage of this exceptional location with accommodation extending over three floors in the main house including an excellent basement and additional studio and garaging. The location of the new property will be moved from the site of the existing cottages in order to take full advantage of the wonderful location. The existing properties are currently let on assured shorthold tenancy agreements, however, subject to the required notice they may provide the purchaser with interim accommodation while the project is completed. The existing property must be demolished prior to occupation of the newly built house. The grounds of the property extend in all to approximately 7 acres of paddock and garden, with fine views over open countryside which offer excellent walking and riding opportunities. The formal gardens have an approved planting and landscaping scheme. Planning Application Reference Number = 13/01734/FUL

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