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Old Station Road, Itchen Abbas, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 United Kingdom

£1,200,000 Six bedroom family home in the popular location of Itchen Abbas Spacious with an air of understated elegance, Downsview is a detached family home, set well back in a quiet cul-de-sac within the South Downs National Park. It offers a wealth of period features and well balanced accommodation throughout. EPC rating: D The drawing room offers an excellent entertainment area with double aspect windows and doors leading out to the rear garden. The dining room has windows overlooking the pretty front garden and the kitchen / breakfast room has space for a family kitchen table. The conservatory is accessed via the kitchen and has doors out to the rear garden. Together these two rooms form the integral hub of the house. There is a large utility room fitted with a range of wall and base units and space for a washer and dryer. To complete the ground floor there is a family / sitting room and a study to further compliment this generously proportioned family home. The first floor is made up of six good sized bedrooms, four of which have built in wardrobes. The spacious master bedroom has a dressing room and an en suite shower room. Bedroom two has windows overlooking the front garden and an en suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom on this floor. Downsview is surrounded by manicured gardens to both the front and rear of the house. There is a secluded area which is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrub borders nestled at the front. To the rear there are open uninterrupted views providing a perfect space for entertaining. There is a single garage and parking for a minimum of 4 cars.

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Newnham Lane, Newnham, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 United Kingdom

£1,550,000 A first class family house in a sought after village location The Pink House is a pretty 5 bedroom house with well-proportioned reception rooms and stunning lifestyle kitchen/breakfast/family room. Separate self-contained one bedroom flat and double garage. Set in an attractive garden of 1 acre. EPC Ratings D (House) and D (Flat). The reception hall leads to the principal reception rooms, the drawing room with oak flooring and fireplace, and the study. The open plan lifestyle kitchen and breakfast room has custom made fitted cupboards and granite work surfaces. There is a 2 oven gas fired Aga, Miele built in appliances include electric oven and five ring gas hob. From the breakfast room double doors open into the Family room and conservatory, a spectacular room with limestone flooring. Glazed double doors lead to the terrace. The utility room has a cloakroom and granite work surfaces. On the first floor are four bedrooms, all with either adjoining bath or shower rooms with tiled floors and walls and with attand walls and with natural wood cabinets as well as a range of fitted cupboards. The master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and views over the garden, the bedroom leads to a dressing room with fitted shelves, beyond this is the bathroom which includes a walk-in shower. On the second floor are a bedroom and further bathroom. Above the double garage is a self-contained flat with reception room, fully fitted kitchen, bedroom and an en-suite bathroom. Double gates open to the gravel drive and parking area, with a path leading to the front entrance. The principal garden lies to the rear of the house, with a large terrace which opens to an area of formal lawn. Beyond the formal garden is an area of grassland. Please note: Parts of the grounds are deemed to be agricultural land.

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Steep, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 United Kingdom

£850,000 Generous detached property in a tranquil A delightful, detached property enjoying a wonderful location nestled among the spectacular Hangars of Steep, in the South Downs National Park. EPC rating: E The house is set centrally within its generous garden, with the backdrop of the Hangars behind and is extremely well presented throughout having recently undergone modifications by the current owners. On the ground floor, the main living room is a generous and extremely bright room, with wooden floors and featuring bi-fold doors encompassing a superb view across the surrounding countryside. Leading through into the kitchen and dining room, which is a very good open-plan space and a beautifully fitted kitchen with large central island, granite work surfaces and a large amount of storage space. Again, there are wooden floors throughout and sliding doors from the dining area opening onto the terrace at the rear of the house. A further sitting room completes the ground floor, which could make a potential fourth bedroom, with adjacent w/c with a shower. The first floor has three generous double bedrooms. The master bedroom has a large amount of built in storage and fantastic, far reaching rural views. Bedroom 2 again is a good double bedroom and from here there is a large landing space, which works well as a study area, leading across to bedroom 3. A very well fitted and large shower room with high quality fittings. The house sits centrally within beautiful gardens totalling around 0.35 acres. A pathway leads to the house and is flanked on either side by lawns. At the rear of the house is a further lawn space and a generous west-facing terrace.

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High Street, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, PO41 United Kingdom

£1,650,000 A substantial five bedroom town house on the waterfront Occupying a prime position on The High Street, within the renowned sailing town of Yarmouth, Tanners benefits from direct water access at the foot of the garden, with unobstructed views of The Solent from the principal reception rooms, a number of the bedrooms and garden. Tanners, meaning "money" provides a substantial house set over three floors. The ground floor has a largely open-plan living accommodation, along with a kitchen, cloakroom and utility room leading to the rear garden. The spacious sitting room boasts glorious sea and garden views. The first floor has two large double bedrooms, both with en suite bathrooms and the second floor has three further good-sized bedrooms and a bathroom. The attractive garden to the rear of the property offers a secluded area from which to enjoy the sea views and has several useful garden stores. There is a sunken garden with a stunning paved seating area at the water's edge and private pier from which a small RIB/dinghy could be moored. A useful boat store is located off the garden and there is rear access to the garden through a side alley way. There are a selection of shops, pubs, restaurants, yacht club and sailing facilities within the town all within easy walking distance and the car & passenger ferry to Lymington being approximately two minutes walk away. Yarmouth allows for easy access to London by way of a Lymington rail link to Brockenhurst mainline.

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High Street, Ramsbury, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 United Kingdom

£750,000 4 bedroom village house in Ramsbury for sale York House is a tastefully presented and spacious village house amounting to approximately 2,799 sq/ft. The property is believed to date from 1780 and is now a very comfortable and light home. The accomodation is flexible with good ceilings heights. There is a fantastic kitchen/breakfast room with granite work surfaces, central island and seating area. A door from the kitchen provides access to Burdett Street. The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom with shower. Two of the bedrooms have large bay windows which enjoy good west facing views. The pretty garden is private and has recently been landscaped. It is mainly laid to lawn with a slate terrace area and herbaceous borders. The garden can be accessed from the kitchen and via steps up from sitting room. In May 2014 planning permission was granted to create an integral garage and new entrance canopy. For further details see Wiltshire Council website, ref 14/03047/FUL. Most day-to-day needs can be met by Ramsbury’s selection of amenities, which include a number of shops, The Bell public house and cafe, healthcare practice and outstanding Ofsted primary school. A wider range of facilities can be found in the pretty market town of Marlborough whilst an even greater selection can be found in Swindon. The house is well placed for good communications and schools, with trains from Hungerford to Paddington taking about 60 minutes.

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Hoe Road, Bishops Waltham, Southampton, Hampshire, SO32 United Kingdom

£740,000 Beautifully presented home close to the popular market town of Bishop’s Wal A wonderful conversion of a former grain store which is built of traditional flint and brick elevations under a slate tile roof. The house is well presented throughout with bright and spacious accommodation, surrounded by open countryside and only a short distance from the town centre. The entrance hall has a full height vaulted ceiling and floor to ceiling windows which flood the space with light, creating a welcoming entrance to the property. The entrance leads through to the dining area with flag stone flooring and exposed beams. From the dining hall, double doors lead through into the sitting room. This attractive room has two sets of French double doors which open out onto a south facing terrace and lawned garden. A further door leads through to a study. The kitchen has been refitted with bespoke handmade units and a granite worktop. There is also a gas range hob, central island and a door leading to a generous utility room. Three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. All bedrooms have high vaulted ceilings with exposed timbers creating great character. The master bedroom is a generous space featuring an en suite bathroom and dressing room. Bedrooms two and three are both good sized double rooms. The south facing garden is a wonderful feature providing a beautiful and private outdoor space. There is a terrace accessed from the sitting room via two sets of French doors, with a vine covered pergola providing a covered area and space for a table and chairs. Further patio outside the kitchen, overlooking the formal gardens. The garden has a lawn area with well stocked borders around, and a formal garden with rose and lavender beds, raised vegetable beds and a summer house. Automatic irrigation system. Parking, double car port and lockable store.

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Fridays Hill, Fernhurst, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

£2,280,000 A beautiful family house on the edge of Fernhurst village A stunning country house, Reeks Reynolds also benefits from a wealth of period features and an attached, converted barn, with the principal rooms overlooking the formal gardens and paddocks. The house also has a swimming pool and tennis court as well as a carriage driveway. EPC: D Set in just over 10 acres inside the South Downs National Park with stunning views, Reeks Reynolds is a delightful Grade II listed Elizabethan farmhouse thought to date back to 1450. The house retains enormous character and charm with exposed beams, timbers and joinery in the original house and barn, which has been linked to the main house to provide a magnificent family room. Of particular note are the superb drawing room and dining room featuring a handsome Inglenook fireplace and large recessed drinks cupboard in the drawing room. Extensive planning permission has been granted to add further bedrooms, convert the garage into living accommodation and add a double bay barn-style garage The gardens and grounds of Reeks Reynolds are a real feature of the property. There are large paddocks to the north and south of the house, an all-weather tennis court, fenced with roses, close to the gates. The northern field features a mature oak and a young sequoia tree. To the front, the house is approached through a charming courtyard garden. A substantial terrace runs across the back of the house, enjoying the bright southerly aspect and views over the grounds, ideal for outdoor entertaining. The formal gardens to the rear of the house are mainly laid to lawn with mature and specimen trees and shrubs.

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Petersfield Road, Ropley, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 United Kingdom

£3,350,000 Elegant Georgian Grade II listed house within beautiful landscaped grounds With the majority of its rooms facing south or west, Ropley Grove’s well proportioned rooms are filled with light. The Georgian proportions are in evidence in the reception rooms which retain some wonderful original features such as the decorative cornicing, sash windows and open fireplaces. The original front entrance to the south of the house has a classical columned porch leading to the reception hall, with its sweeping staircase. From the hall is the drawing room which has a beautiful bay window and views over the sweeping lawns. The dining room, currently used as a library, has walls of fitted shelves and cupboards, and the sitting room also overlooks the gardens to the south. There is a substantial kitchen/breakfast room to the south east side of the property, which has an oil fired Aga and fitted, painted wooden units with a Travertine marble worktop. Doors from the kitchen lead both to a pantry, utility room, cloakroom and boot room. The rear hall has steps down to the cellar which is made up of storage areas and wine stores. Elegant low rise stairs lead to the first floor and up to a mezzanine floor where there is a master bedroom with a beautiful bay window as well as a large bathroom/dressing room. There is a guest bedroom with an en suite bathroom as well as two further double bedrooms, a family bathroom and small dressing room/box room on the first floor. On the second floor there are five further bedrooms and a bathroom, ideal for a children’s area. To the east of the house is a charming thatched cottage with three reception rooms and 2/3 bedrooms. The converted coach house provides a large games room as well as extensive storage. There is a separate 3 bay garage aswell as a further outbuilding which is currently used as an artist’s studio.

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Polecat Valley, Haslemere, Surrey, GU26 United Kingdom

£1,125,000 A beautiful period cottage occupying a convenient peaceful setting April Cottage occupies an unspoilt rural position on the edge of Haslemere surrounded by magnificent National Trust woodland. The house has been well looked after by the current owners and offers plenty of scope for the incoming purchaser in private grounds of a little over 2 acres. EPC rating F. With the oldest part of the property believed to date back to the 1700s, April Cottage has been much extended and modernised over the years, giving us the beautiful family home we see today. While the property has been well looked after by the current owners, it offers the most wonderful opportunity for the incoming purchaser to extend and/or modernise, subject to the usual planning consents. Of note is the wonderful drawing room, with a south-facing ‘glazed wall’ allowing the room to be flooded with natural light. This room also benefits from a wonderful wooden floor, good ceiling height and has an old wood-burning stove at its heart. It is evident that as the house has evolved over the years, each new addition to the house has been carefully considered and every effort has been made to use the best quality local materials in each case. The property is built of local stone, some rendered brick elevations, as well as extensive tile hanging, all under a handmade clay-tiled roof. The property is entered via a five-bar gate, leading onto a gravel driveway, providing parking for several cars. The gardens immediately surrounding the house are mainly laid to lawn with some established shrub borders, and benefit from a mature mixed hedge, providing great privacy. To the west of the property is a belt of mature mixed deciduous woodland, with some remarkable specimen trees providing a sea of constantly changing colours throughout the year.

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Main Road, Shorwell, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 United Kingdom

£975,000 A characterful house set within this picturesque downland village Believed to originate from the early 1600's, with subsequent extensions, this fine house is Listed Grade II and occupies an elevated position within the village. The house features particularly nice reception rooms, 4 double bedrooms and gardens to the front and rear, with parking. Accommodation The entrance hall with an adjacent cloakroom leads into an impressive double aspect dining room. The drawing room has wide stone mullion windows overlooking the gardens. The garden room provides a further seating area with extensive windows and access to the garden. The Kitchen/Breakfast room has a range of wooden fronted units, an oil fired Aga, and walk in larder. First floor The main bedroom suite includes a large double bedroom with good views, and bathroom en suite. The guest bedroom features garden views, bathroom en suite and open fireplace. The first floor benefits further from 2 double bedrooms, a study and a family bathroom. Outside The main gardens lie to the west of the house and are largely walled, comprising of various well stocked borders and established trees as well as an ornamental pond. A large south west facing terrace overlooking the gardens provides an ideal outdoor dining area. Further dining/seating is provided by a refurbished traditional greenhouse. To the eastern side of the house is a gravelled driveway with a garden sloping up towards the swimming pool enclosed by mature hedging with an adjacent timber pool house. An adjoining building comprises of a garage leading into a utility/workshop and adjacent to the entrance is a further detached garage.

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Maccallum Road, Enham Alamein, Andover, Hampshire, SP11 United Kingdom

£925,000 Family house with annex, gardens and rural views near Andover for sale Upper Enham House is a 5 bedroom family house with a separate annex/studio situated in the small hamlet of Upper Enham, adjoining open countryside and just a short distance from Andover. The house is believed to date from the 1920's. EPC rating E The house sits centrally in its plot with stunning views across open countryside. The property has light and spacious accommodation and of particular note are the drawing room and dining room, both of which have French doors opening to the west facing terrace. The kitchen leads directly to the family room providing an everyday living area. The bedrooms are light and well-proportioned with plenty of storage. There is potential to alter the layout of the rooms to create an extra bedroom if required. Outside, is a large gravel parking area. The pretty gardens wrap around the south and west side of the house and are predominately laid to lawn, interspersed with a variety of trees, shrubs and herbaceous borders. Subject to the usual consents it may be possible to replace the existing stables with a more substantial building. Facilities in Andover include a Waitrose, numerous health and leisure facilities including a cinema, a shopping centre and a regular Farmers Market. The area is renowned for its stunning countryside; quaint villages and country pubs and quiet lanes, footpaths and bridleways ideal for cycling, walking and riding. Trains from Andover take just over an hour to reach London Waterloo. The A303 is about 10 minutes away and provides fast access to the West Country and London. Winchester and Salisbury are about 30 minutes drive and Newbury is about 20 minutes drive. Schools in the area include Rookwood, Farleigh, Cheam, Winchester College and St Swithuns.

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The Green, East Meon, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 United Kingdom

£650,000 4 bedroom double fronted house in the popular village of East Meon Attractive semi-detached family home situated just a few steps from The Green in East Meon. Arranged over three floors and offering four good sized bedrooms with wonderful views across the South Downs. EPC rating: D This house forms part of a development of twenty individually styled properties, completed in 2003. On the ground floor there is a bright family room / study and a spacious sitting room with a gas effect fire and french doors leading out to the private garden. The kitchen / dining room is a generous open plan area with double aspect windows creating a light feel. There is additional space for a good sized kitchen/dining table making this a perfect area for entertaining. There is also a door in the kitchen providing outside access to the side of the house. The first floor, with walk-in airing cupboard and family bathroom, also boasts a master bedroom and guest room both with en suite bathrooms. The master room has its own dressing room. Both rooms look out towards the South Downs and steeple of the All Saints Church which is positioned on the slopes of the Downs. The second floor has a further two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The garden to the rear offers a tranquil setting with a secluded terrace. The garden is well established with a variety of colourful climbers, mature trees, flower borders and a lawn area. To the front of the house and located in a separate block is a lock up garage and separate car port. The Green is also within close proximity of the property.

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