6 bedroom house for saleIbthorpe, ANDOVER, Hampshire
Offers in Excess of £3,500,000
- 6 - 7 bedrooms
- 3 - 4 reception rooms
- 4 bathrooms
- Secondary accommodation
- Tennis Court
Full descriptionA perfectly proportioned early Georgian Grade II* listed country house, with Carolean origins, set within beautiful garden and grounds. The property is well placed for good road and rail access as well as highly regarded schooling
Ibthorpe House, is a charming and beautiful Grade ll * listed early Georgian country house with Carolean origins and was originally owned by Corpus Christi College, Oxford. This is the first time Ibthorpe has been formally placed on the open market.
It is here that Jane Austen attended the wedding of her brother to Mary Lloyd and it is believed she based Longbourn, the Bennetts house in Pride and Prejudice, on Ibthorpe.
The property is also well placed for easy access to the national motorway network, easy commuting via Whitchurch, Andover and Newbury as well as some excellent well renowned schooling.
Andover 6 miles (Waterloo 71 minutes)
Newbury 12 miles (Paddington 51 minutes)
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