3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleGreenstile, Medstead, Alton, Hampshire
Sold STC £429,500
Full descriptionPOTENTIAL CHAIN-FREE SALE A substantial and established semi-detached house offering large gardens with latent potential for some modernisation and further enlargement at the end of a village centre cul-de-sac.
From Alton, take the A339 towards Basingstoke. Upon entering open countryside, turn left signposted Beech and Medstead. Continue to Medstead village centre passing the village green on the left and then the Handy Store and Medstead Hardware also on the left. Then immediately turn left into Greenstile. Bear right at the triangular green where the house is at the end.
Side window. Suite of panelled bath with mixers/shower fitting, pedestal wash basin and WC. Tiling to visible walls plus mirror, white multiple heated towel rail.
Extensive and widening tarmacadam style area providing off road parking for multiple cars and trailer/caravan space. External power supply, 3 front outside lights and external gas meter box with evergreen/bark border contained within close boarded fence.
20' 9'' x 12' 9'' (6.32m x 3.88m) internally
With brick elevations and pitched tiled roof. 10' wide up-and-over door, fitted workbench, strip lighting, multiple power points, replacement uPVC double glazed rear window, single glazed side window and part single glazed personal side door to rear garden.
Are a major complement to the house and progressively widen to the Westerly boundary offering a principally level and colourful expanse with a good degree of seclusion afforded by several evergreen hedges. A creeper clad and brick arched gate leads from the driveway with several flowering climbers adjoining a good sized paved sun terrace skirting the conservatory with outside tap and bin recess beyond. Low height brick walled flower beds with barbeque area progress to the lawn with its backdrop of colourful shrubs, evergreens and small trees. To rear of garage, outside lighting and timber shed 12'6 x 7'7 internally with dog run. To the rear of the house is also a naturally screened kitchen garden with a network of paved paths, greenhouse and pea shingle drying area. Pedestrian rear gate to footpath. The rear garden has a depth of 57' (17.36m) from the rear wall of the dining room to the rear boundary fence with the rear boundary measuring 127' (38.68m) wide.
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12' 5'' x 10' 5'' (3.78m x 3.17m) excluding door recess
Including built-in panelled range of 2 double wardrobes and single central store cupboard with matching chest of drawers and dressing top. Rear aspect. Radiator, TV aerial lead, phone point. Built-in wardrobe.
12' 5'' x 8' 8'' (3.78m x 2.64m)
Front aspect. Built-in wardrobe and separate airing cupboard with radiator and digital thermostat. Radiator.
9' 0'' x 7' 4'' (2.74m x 2.23m) excluding door recess
Rear aspect. Radiator.
14' 4'' x 7' 10'' (4.37m x 2.39m)
Twin aspect over rear gardens. Constructed with brick elevations and translucent pitched roof. Radiator, pair of fitted wall lights, power, TV aerial lead. Sliding patio door to sun terrace/rear garden.
12' 1'' x 9' 1'' (3.68m x 2.77m)
Rear garden aspect. Fitted units to light colour scheme with oak style trim and laminated worktops and stainless steel single drainer sink with mixers. Providing floor cupboards, drawer unit, single breakfast bar, tiled splashbacks, corner larder and matching wall cabinets. Gas cooker point and electric panel, plumbing for dishwasher, spaces for fridge and freezer. Coved ceiling, strip light.
8' 4'' x 5' 2'' (2.54m x 1.57m)
Rear aspect. Fitted oak effect worktop, space for condenser dryer, plumbing for washing machine. Coved ceiling, radiator, part tiled walls. Fitted corner storage cupboard. Glazed door to rear porch.
5' 3'' x 3' 5'' (1.60m x 1.04m)
Rear window. Suite of WC and hand basin, tiled splashback, coat hooks, coved ceiling.
Enclosed Rear Porch
11' 4'' x 3' 8'' (3.45m x 1.12m)
Rear garden aspect. Fitted wall light, coat hooks, sliding patio door to rear/kitchen gardens.
From hall, stairs with pine handrails and spindle balustrades returning to:-
10' 6'' x 8' 11'' (3.20m x 2.72m) overall including stairwell
Front aspect. Hatch to loft - also housing Worcester Greenstar 37CDi gas combination condensing boiler.
Greenstile is a twin branched cul-de-sac originating in the 1950s consisting of mainly semi-detached houses and several bungalows centred upon a triangular green with more recent houses at the end of the close and newer Peter Cook built homes at the beginning of the road. It adjoins the High Street of the traditional village of Medstead, high in the Hampshire hills, with its Handy Store, Medstead Hardware/Post Office, primary school and nursery, St Andrew's Church, the Castle of Comfort Inn, village green with a rapidly developing new pond and hall with associated activities such as tennis, bowls, cricket and amateur dramatics, a gardeners' club and a mini retail square at Lymington Barns along with the Watercress doctors surgery. There are also footpaths, bridleways and byways in the area. The old market town of Alton is within 4.75 miles and lists diverse shops, stores such as Sainsbury's, M&S and Waitrose, a station (Waterloo line), senior...
8' 11'' x 6' 2'' (2.72m x 1.88m) including stairway
Via canopied and paved entrance with Autumn Leaf glazed front door. Radiator, phone point. Understairs cupboard - coat hooks, storage space, fuseboxes and electric meter.
21' 5'' x 12' 5'' (6.52m x 3.78m)
Front aspect. Natural open jointed brickwork fireplace with liner for log burner stove (stove excluded from sale) with granite mantelpiece, extended display/TV area at side with concealed storage and alcove, and brick hearth. Coved ceiling, radiator, TV aerial lead. Pair of glazed doors to:-
14' 1'' x 9' 0'' (4.29m x 2.74m)
Rear garden aspect. Radiator, coved ceiling. Separate door to hall. Sliding patio door to:-
Believed to date from the early 1950's, this well proportioned 3 bedroom semi-detached house is being sold for the first time in some 35 years and has a larger ground floor footprint with 2 reception rooms and a conservatory as well as a lovely large and well-stocked garden including a vegetable plot. The property also benefits from a generous sized driveway with a large detached garage. The traditional village facilities are at hand. The house has a gas heating system with a replacement boiler and the majority of the radiators incorporating thermostatic valves. Additional characteristics include an attractive brick fireplace suitable for a log burner, the mid 1980's addition of the kitchen, utility, cloakroom and rear porch, built-in cupboards and many quarry tiled windowsills. There is also double glazing.
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