5 bedroom bungalow for saleLudgershall Road, Weyhill, Andover, Hampshire, SP11
Guide Price £895,000
- Entrance Hall
- Sitting Room
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- Drawing Room
- Master Bedroom With Dressing Room
- Three Further Double Bedrooms
- Single Bedroom
- Family Bathroom
- Shower Room
The Beeches is a secret gem hidden behind high fencing which offers seclusion to the property and its totally unique garden. The house is rendered with a tiled roof and impressive entrance with porchway for logs etc. In brief, the house has excellent family accommodation all arranged over one level with generous living space including a drawing room, sitting room, study and large kitchen with ample dining space. There is a master suite with dressing room adjoining and four further bedrooms with family bathroom and an additional shower room. Many of the rooms enjoy stunning views over the spectacular grounds and gardens. Decoration throughout is neutral, thereby accentuating the feeling of light and space.
The Beeches is within the Weyhill area, approximately three miles from Andover and is well placed for good communication routes, namely the A303, the A34, and of course the M3 heading east towards London. The nearest rail station can be found at Andover with services to Waterloo in just over an hour. Within Weyhill itself there is a church, a public house and an historic Fairground site that houses a number of craft studios, a Village Hall and a Tearoom. The historic Weyhill Fairground was the site used by Thomas Hardy in his book The Mayor of Casterbridge where Michael Henchard sells his wife. Hardy called it Weydon Priors. A fair has been held on the site as far back as the 11th Century.
Approached via a wooden 5 bar gate into a sweeping gravelled driveway, the entrance to the house is on the left hand side and the detached double garage is at the end of the driveway with additional outbuildings, providing an abundance of parking.
In recent years the rear gardens have been landscaped to reveal the most amazing sunken garden which is of historical and horticultural interest and which has been featured in numerous books and magazines. The only way to appreciate the scale and beauty of the garden is to walk around leisurely! There are walkways from which to enjoy the sculptered gardens below, and stone steps down into this magical world with a variety of places to sit and simply appreciate it. One can only imagine how incredible it would look lit up at night. The remainder of the grounds are beautifully manicured and feature some topiary and mature trees and shrubbery.
Mains electricity, natural drainage, seperate water, oil fired central heating.
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