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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Back Lane, Vernham Dean, Andover

Sold STC £725,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Garden
  • Study/Bedroom 4

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A charming period cottage in a quiet lane in a popular Bourne Valley village

Hall, Sittting room, TV room/snug, Kitchen/breakfast room, Utility room, Cloakroom, Cellar, Master bedroom, Guest bedroom with en-suite shower room, Further bedroom, Family bathroom, Bed 4/study, Garden.

The Property
Allways is a charming Grade II Listed cottage set in a quiet and pretty residential lane in a popular village, surrounded by stunning countryside. The house has been carefully and tastefully extended and restored, and has retained many original features and exposed timbers to create a lovely home. The present owners have created a utility room and cloakroom, and have recently replaced the kitchen which incorporates a breakfast room which is the hub of the house, with doors opening out to the garden. Both the sitting room and the tv room/snug have fireplaces and feature exposed open timbers between the two rooms. The cellar has been fitted out to create an impressive wine cellar. The bedrooms are all of comfortable proportions and there is a large family bathroom as well as an ensuite shower room for the guest bedroom.

Outside, there is a study/bedroom 4 with wet room and mezzanine area with connections in place for a kitchen if required to create a self-contained annexe.

Garden and Grounds
Allways is approached from the lane to gravelled parking to the side of the house. The garden is enclosed and beautifully laid out with a lawn, terraced sitting area, raised flower borders, raised vegetable borders, shrubs and trees providing a lovely setting for the house.

Vernham Dean is a pretty and popular village in the Bourne Valley surrounded by unspoilt and undulating farmland, and designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It has a primary school, nursery and vibrant pub, and was awarded Best Village in Hampshire in 2012. Nearby Andover, Hungerford and Newbury offer excellent and comprehensive shopping, sports and leisure
facilities including mainline stations.

Communications are excellent by road via the M3, M4, A34 and A303, and by fast rail links to London from Andover, Hungerford or Newbury mainline stations (Waterloo and Paddington respectively)

• Andover 9 miles
• Hungerford 10 miles
• Newbury 15 miles
• Andover to Waterloo about 75 minutes
• Newbury to Paddington about 60 minutes
Distances and times approximate

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
13 October 2016

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