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St. Cross Road, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 United Kingdom

£695,000 Detached period house within easy reach of Winchester city centre Attractive detached house approximately 1 mile from Winchester city centre. Built in the 1890's this house is well presented throughout with off street parking for at least two cars. EPC rating: E The front door with a porch area leads into a light sitting room with bay windows overlooking the garden. This room has fantastic built in storage and an attractive fireplace. There is a further reception room which could be used as a study, second sitting room or dining room. The spacious kitchen has windows on two walls, ample space for a kitchen table and a good range of units and built in appliances. There are two generous double bedrooms on the ground floor. One has an en suite shower room and large doors out onto the terrace. There is also a good sized bathroom on this floor. On the first floor there is a further double bedroom and a WC. Exposed beams in the ceiling create wonderful character. The house has great storage space in the roof with very easy access, wooden framed double glazing, good ceiling heights and has high quality fittings and appliances. Outside there is a lovely terrace area great for entertaining and an area of grass with a useful garden shed. There is a well-kept high laurel hedge surrounding the house creating privacy. Winchester’s beautiful water meadows are on the doorstep offering great outside space and access to rural footpaths leading right into the city centre.

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Midelney, Drayton, Somerset, TA10 United Kingdom

£795,000 Contemporary eco-friendly home Located in a rural position surrounded by farmland, yet with easy access to the county town of Taunton, Hopi Farm is an attractive family home which was completed in 2012 and thus 8 years remain on the NHBC certificate. EPC Rating: B The interior of the property has been finished to a high standard with a wonderful contemporary feel. There is a particularly attractive vaulted main reception room comprising a hall/kitchen/dining room with limestone flooring and an impressive oak staircase leading up to a mezzanine cross landing with glazed panelling. The bespoke kitchen is well equipped, has many exposed beams and has bi-folding doors leading onto the south facing terrace. There is a utility room housing the ground source heat pump and leading onto the garden. The sitting room has an open fireplace inset with woodburning stove and French windows onto the terrace. Downstairs there is also a snug, two bedrooms and a well appointed wet room. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with walk-in dressing room, eaves storage and ensuite wet room as well a guest bedroom with ensuite wet room. The main garden is south facing and comprises a large level expanse of lawn interspersed by mixed trees. The garden is enclosed on all sides by mature hedging and is surrounded by open farmland. In all the gardens and grounds amount to about 2.8 acres within which there is a workshop with external steps leading up to a first floor room which has potential for use as an office/studio.

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Chandlers Green, Mattingley, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 United Kingdom

£1,475,000 Grade II Listed family house in a peaceful rural setting Nullis Cottage is a pretty house with 4 bedrooms and a stunning lifestyle kitchen, set in an attractive garden of 1.14 acres. Double garage with 2 bedroom annexe and home office/games room. Nullis Cottage has been beautifully extended and refurbished by the current owners. The property is approached by a gravel track and there is an electric gate leading to an extensive private gravel parking area. The ground floor accommodation comprises 3 reception rooms, each with exposed beams. The sitting room and dining room benefit from having wood burning stoves, and the family room has a brick open fireplace. The hall leads to the stunning and spacious kitchen/breakfast room with a vaulted ceiling and glazed double doors providing access to the terrace. The kitchen benefits from a four oven Aga, a separate Rangemaster Professional gas range and a Neff electric hob. The utility room, rear hallway and downstairs cloakroom completes the accommodation on the ground floor. On the first floor is a master bedroom with en suite bathroom. There are a further 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is a double garage with an annexe above. A pathway and steps lead to a decking area up to the annexe, which comprises of a sitting room/bedroom, a bathroom with separate shower cubicle and bath, and a further bedroom. To the rear of the garage is a home office/games room. The garden is mainly laid to lawn. There is a large terrace that wraps around the rear of the house, with an oak framed pergola and brick wood fired pizza oven. There are steps leading to the lawn, in which there is a chicken house and run, as well as a garden store. To the east of the garden is an area of paddock.

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Clench, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 United Kingdom

£2,000,000 5 bedroom house with views and land near Marlborough Situated less than 10 minutes from Marlborough and 5 minutes from Pewsey station (London Paddington from 57 minutes) a stunning family home with breathtaking views. There is also planning permission to replace the building with a new 7,000 sq ft house. The Tile House is situated in an outstanding position near Marlborough and has magnificent views over open rolling farmland towards Martinsell Hill. The Tile House is stunning family home with entrance hall, drawing room, dining room and kitchen breakfast room on the ground floor with four bedrooms and two bathrooms to the first floor. There is a self-contained annexe with a kitchen, shower room and a mezzanine level. This could easily double up as an outdoor office. There is planning for a further cottage and garaging. Existing buildings include stabling and an outdoor folly/ gymnasium. The pretty gardens extend to about 2 acres with a further 2.32 acres of paddocks. There is a swimming pool with a bespoke pool house (by separate negotiation). Planning permission has been granted to replace the existing house with a 7,000 sq ft house designed by Fowler Architecture. The replacement house would also enjoy uninterrupted views down the valley towards Martinsell Hill. Marlborough College & St Mary’s Calne are within easy reach. Within approximately 30 minutes’ drive are Farleigh, Cheam, Horris Hill, Downe House & St.Gabriels.

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Blackdown, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

£3,600,000 A substantial country house with commanding views over the South Downs Originally forming part of the Blackdown Park Estate, Home Farm occupies a prime location within the South Downs National Park and has easy access to both Haslemere and the picturesque village of Lurgashall. Already a landmark house, the property has planning consent to extend further. EPC - F Home Farm benefits from substantial, well-proportioned rooms with impressive ceiling heights, fine period features and breath-taking views from the front of the house. Of particular note are the spacious drawing room, elegant dining room and conservatory. The generous kitchen/breakfast room features light granite surfaces, an AGA and a partially vaulted breakfast area. The property is accessed via a gravelled driveway which sweeps through the formal gardens to a circular forecourt area at the front of the house. The property has a number of substantial outbuildings, one of which, Swallow Barn, has been converted to a guest cottage. Other outbuildings include two large open barns with space for eight cars, a storage room and further small barn. In front of the house, the formal gardens comprise extensive areas of lawn, a well-planted rockery and a number of fruit trees along the eastern boundary. Beyond the formal gardens to the front of the house are a large meadow and a further field to the south east. To the rear, the gardens are well considered with well-planted shrub and flower borders and mature trees. While already an imposing and substantial property, Home Farm has the benefit of planning consent both to significantly extend the main house and create a swimming pool complex in the outbuildings.

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Wilton, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 United Kingdom

£800,000 Four bedroom cottage for sale in Wilton with planning consent for an annex Batts Cottage is a charming four bedroom cottage in Wilton (Marlborough) with a south-facing garden and planning consent to convert the garage to a one bedroom annex. Wilton is within the Parish of Grafton and the cottage is just a short walk from The Swan pub. EPC rating E Nearby, Great Bedwyn provides good local facilities including a primary school, baker, general store, post office, doctors’ surgery, a number of good pubs and a regular train service to London Paddington. Hungerford, Pewsey and Marlborough offer a wider range of facilities and are all close-by. Schools in the area include St John’s in Marlborough, Marlborough College, Dauntsey’s, Farleigh and Pinewood. The surrounding countryside is well served by a network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes ideal for walking, riding and cycling. Batts Cottage is a period thatched property with more recent extensions. The cottage is presented in good order throughout and was re-thatched by the current owners in 2011/12. The property currently benefits from planning permission to extend the garage to create a self-contained annex. The property has light and spacious living accommodation throughout, particularly in the sitting room and garden room which both face south. There is a good sized kitchen and dining area with a Rayburn and electric hob and oven. Upstairs are four good sized bedrooms of which three are ensuite. The fourth bedroom currently shares an ensuite shower room but this could very easily be made a family bathroom. Outside is a lovely south-facing garden comprising patio, lawn, garden shed, and a variety of trees, shrubs and herbaceous borders. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired boiler and Rayburn.

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The Chase, Churt, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 United Kingdom

£1,200,000 A superb major wing designed by Falkner The Chase is approached up a long private drive flanked by pine trees and rhododendrons, which leads to a parking area in front of this impressive house constructed by Harold Falkner in the early 20th century. It is Edwardian although slightly neo Georgian in design, with red brick and tall sash windows, large pitched roof and dormer windows. No. 2 is the major portion of the house and as one would expect with a house of this age, it benefits from impressive architectural detailing including tall ceilings, decorative ceiling moulds and coving. Downstairs, the kitchen/breakfast room and conservatory overlook the gardens and benefits from doors which open onto the terrace. The drawing room is an elegant double aspect room with two large bay windows and has a feature open fireplace and oak flooring throughout. Adjacent to this is a room that is currently being used as a study, but in the past has been utilised as a dining room. Stairs lead to the first floor with a spacious landing area and another triple aspect window overlooking the rear gardens. This is currently used as a play area and would also make for a suitable reading and study area. The master bedroom is of generous proportions with an easterly aspect and benefits from a superb en suite bath and shower room with a door opening out onto a small enclosed balcony. From here, stairs lead to the second floor where there is a family bathroom and two additional bedrooms. There is also a large storage cupboard as well as a cleverly designed utility room. From here there are steps that lead to a terrace at the top of the house benefitting from distant views over surrounding countryside.

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School Lane, Bishop's Sutton, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 United Kingdom

£775,000 Detached family house in the quiet location of Bishop's Sutton An attractive detached family home superbly placed for access to the beautiful surrounding countryside and the market town of Alresford. This spacious light house has a gravel driveway with ample parking to the front and a garden with terrace area to the rear. EPC rating: F On entering the house there is a spacious entrance hall. To the left of this there is a generous drawing room with light coming from large windows one end and doors out onto the garden at the other. This space has a recently installed wood-burning stove along with a number of built in bookshelves along one wall. The kitchen provides good space for a family with a large utility room off to the side. The sitting room / dining room is again of generous proportions with good ceiling height and doors opening out on to the garden. On the first floor there are four good sized bedrooms with a central landing. The master bedroom has a large dressing area with built in cupboards, a spacious en-suite bathroom and views across the back garden. There is another light and airy double bedroom followed by two slightly smaller ones. There is also a family bathroom on this floor. On the second floor there are two light rooms suitable for bedrooms or office space. From both the drawing room and the sitting room / dining room doors lead out onto a terrace area, perfect for entertaining. This overlooks the private tree lined garden along with a delightful little summer house and a good area of lawn. There is also a double length garage to the side of the property.

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West Grafton, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 United Kingdom

£985,000 5 bedroom house with land and stabling The Old Railway Station is a situated on the edge of West Grafton, a small hamlet close to Savernake Forest. The Old Railway Station is a substantial family house which was converted in 1975. It dates from the 19th century and has been extensively modernised and extended by the current owners to create light, versatile accommodation. French windows from the sitting room provide access to the original platform with canopy, which provides fantastic outdoor entertaining space. There is a west-facing lawned area with mature trees and shrubs. Doors from the conservatory provide access to a further south-facing lawn, beyond which is a garden store and fenced chicken run. The property is approached from the road via a 5 bar gate and gravelled drive which leads to the house. There is a fantastic stable yard with hard standing, 3 loose boxes, a foaling box and hay store. There is also a separate timber-framed workshop/garage. West Grafton is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is 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. The village of Great Bedwyn, about 4 miles away, has a village shop, post office, nursery and a doctor’s surgery. Other schools in the area include St Johns, Pinewood, Dauntsey’s, St Francis and St Mary’s Calne. Communications in the area are excellent with Junction 14 of the M4 being about 12 miles away.

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Little Somborne, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 United Kingdom

£1,250,000 Spacious family home with views over open countryside This attractive detached house in an elevated position is situated on the edge of Little Somborne. The house is in a very peaceful position, is full of character and has large light rooms. There is a pretty south-facing garden and a terrace area with outstanding views. EPC rating: E Chalk Hill House is in a highly convenient location for access to Winchester and is an easy drive to the station. The house has origins in the 1700s and was extended in the 1920s and 80s. The stting room has an open fireplace and parquet floor leading through to the drawing room, which has unusual curved French windows designed to optimise the elevated views over the garden. The French windows open out to the terrace. From the sitting room is a study which has a range of fitted shelves and looks out over the front garden. The kitchen/dining room overlooks the front and back gardens. It has plenty of room for a dining table and is fitted with an Aga. The adjoining utility/boot room is very generous with plenty of shelving and plumbing for washing machines. On the first floor the master bedroom has a lovely curved window with views over the garden and countryside beyond, and en suite bathroom. There are three further good size double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom. Stairs lead up to a second floor attic room. There is a walled garden at the front of the house with a sitting area in a wonderful sheltered outdoor space. The garden at the rear is mainly laid to lawn and surrounded by a mixed country hedge. To the side of the house is plenty of parking on a gravel driveway whilst the grounds house an attractive annexe/garden room with its vaulted ceiling and fitted wood-burning stove. There are also two garden sheds and a log-store.

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Forebridge, Little Bedwyn, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 United Kingdom

£1,150,000 A charming 17th century cottage with secondary accommodation for sale Set in a beautifully presented garden, Holly Tree Cottage has far reaching views across to the Kennet & Avon Canal and hills beyond. The property is situated on the edge of the popular village of Little Bedwyn. EPC RATING F A charming cottage set in a beautiful garden with far reaching views, Dining hall, Drawing room, Study, Sitting room/kitchen, Pantry, Utility/boot room, Cloakroom, 4 bedrooms, Bathroom, Gardens, Annexe with sitting room/kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom, In all about 0.87 acre. Holly Tree Cottage is an attractive and beautifully presented cottage believed, in part, to date from 17th century. A tasteful and sympathetic extension was finished in 2010, which extended the kitchen/breakfast room and created the master bedroom and an additional bedroom. The property was also updated at the time, including a new heating and hot water system, and new electrics. The kitchen/sitting room is a wonderful room and very much the heart of the house; the kitchen also has a pantry. The original inglenook fireplace with bread oven and log burning stove is a prominent and attractive feature in the dining hall. Doors from the kitchen/sitting room open onto the terrace area and garden. The gardens are a great feature of the property, being mainly laid to lawn, interspersed with established trees, flower and shrub beds as well as a wonderful south-facing knot garden. The property is accessed from either side of the cottage through wooden 5 bar gates, leading onto a gravel drive in front of the house. The annexe is self-contained and provides the current vendors with a rental income.

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