4 bedroom detached house for saleBramdean, Hampshire
Offers in Excess of £775,000
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility room
- Shower room
- Study/bedroom 4
- 3-4 bedrooms
- Detached garage
- Charming private garden
The Cottage lies in the South Downs National Park in the small village of Bramdean on the northern side of the A272. Bramdean is situated midway between Winchester and Petersfield and is surrounded by attractive rolling farmland and Downland. In the village there is a garage which has a small shop, the Fox Inn and a Norman church. It is only four miles to the south of the charming Georgian town of Alresford which caters for most everyday needs. The A272 provides a direct link to the Cathedral city of Winchester which has many excellent amenities including a mainline station to London Waterloo and access on to the M3 north to London or south to the M27 coastal motorway. To the east, Petersfield has good shopping facilities and access on to the A3.
The Old Cottage is an enchanting thatched Grade II listed cottage dating from the 17th century. It has white colour washed elevations with two slate roof extensions to the rear including conservation double glazing. The present owners have carried out a comprehensive programme of restoration to the cottage and it is beautifully presented throughout. The front door opens into the well proportioned sitting room with wood burning stove, and there is a small hallway at the rear with steps up to a newly fitted kitchen by John Lewis of Hungerford with fitted appliances, composite quartz and oak worktops and a slate floor. Double glazed doors open out on to the terrace and garden. Off the sitting room there is a study/bedroom 4 with cloakroom off. From the sitting room a door opens through into a small vestibule with access into the dining room and through to a shower room at the rear of the cottage and a utility room and door out to the garden. A turned staircase rises to the first floor landing with space for a desk. Bedroom 1 has fitted wardrobe cupboards, bedroom 2 has an open fireplace and there is a step down to a single bedroom 3 and the main bathroom.
The cottage is entered over a gravel driveway with parking for two cars. There is a detached single garage with brick and flint elevations under a tiled roof which has the potential to be converted into a home office/studio. A pedestrian gate opens into the rear garden.
The front garden is planted with many flowering shrubs and herbaceous plants and a path leads across the front elevation to a tiled porch and the front door. The charming private garden lies at the rear of the cottage. There is a central lawn surrounded by herbaceous and shrub borders with steps up to an upper terrace situated under a pergola. They make a lovely setting for the cottage.
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