9 bedroom house for saleHawkley, Liss, Hampshire
Under Offer £3,850,000
- Drawing room, Dining room, Sitting room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Study, Conservatory, Secondary
- Kitchen, Boot room, 2 Cloakrooms, Utility room
- Master bedroom with dressing room and ensuite bathroom, Guest bedroom with ensuite shower room,
- 2 Further bedrooms, Family bathroom
- 5 courtyard bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, ideal for bed and breakfast accommodation
- Established Gardens with maple tree plantings and formal rose garden
- Large range of recently refurbished agricultural buildings including stables and garaging
- About 100 acres (40.41 hectares)
- Available as a whole or in two lots
Lot 1 - Scotland Farm 14.45 acres (5.84 ha)
Scotland Farm is positioned in a dramatic, elevated position overlooking its own land and the surrounding countryside.
The house is constructed of traditional brick, stone, render and timber clad with new (2013) hardwood windows throughout.
The house offers spacious and flexible accommodation and retains many of its period features whilst offering modern living.
On the ground floor the front door leads to a light entrance hall and open plan dining room with a
high vaulted ceiling, wood burner and large French doors. The large drawing room has cherry wood
display cupboards, a window seat overlooking the land and a wood burner. A custom made hardwood conservatory which gets the morning
sun adjoins the drawing room. There is a private study, secondary kitchen and utility room with a cloakroom which could be closed off from the rest of the house to create an annexe.
In addition there are five ground floor bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms and accessed from a pretty courtyard garden filled with roses. The bedrooms are currently used for a successful B&B.
Upstairs a landing links the four bedrooms. The master suite is delightful with a dressing room and
ensuite bathroom with fine views over the garden, paddocks and the valley. Bedroom two has an ensuite shower room, with the remaining two bedrooms benefiting from the family bathroom.
An electric double gate opens onto a paved driveway which divides to the farmhouse and onto farm buildings. The well-kept gardens sit predominately to the front and side of the house from patios and the courtyard Rose garden. They
comprise a large lawn interspersed with colourful borders and an Acer copse with eleven different varieties of Maples providing colours all year around, lit up by uplighters.
A fantastic hardwood pavilion with electricity and heating provides the perfect location to look out
over livestock during an evening drink. There is also an established vegetable garden.
The house and buildings benefit from a 9.97 acre grass paddock currently used to graze sheep.
Situated behind Scotland Farm are a large range of agricultural buildings.
Lot 2 - The Land 85.38 acres (34.57 ha)
The land at Scotland Farm is predominantly south facing and comprises of about 85.38 acres of pasture with attractive hedges and feature trees, including mature oaks.
Currently there are around 250 sheep run on the land. The lower fields are predominantly level and are ideal for taking crops of hay and silage.
In the last five years all the fields have been re- fenced with post and rail or single wire fencing. There is mains water supply to the land and each
field has a water trough.
The field behind the buildings is potentially suitable for viticulture.
The land has far reaching views to the South Downs National Park and has relatively free draining.
In total the area of the farm is 99.83 acres.
Set in the beautiful countryside of the South Downs National Park, Scotland Farm is well situated to the east of the charming village of Hawkley amongst the beautiful Hawkley Hangers with wonderful views over the Rother Valley.
The sought after village has a church, village hall, and popular 'Hawkley Inn'. 3 miles west is Liss
with a selection of shops, a doctor's surgery and mainline station with train services to London Waterloo (about 70 minutes). Petersfield (7 miles) is a quintessential old market town and offers a more comprehensive range of shopping, sporting and leisure facilities and an alternative mainline station offering a frequent service from Portsmouth to London Waterloo.
Slightly further afield is the cathedral city of Winchester with a wide range of cultural and
Despite its rural nature, the farm is extremely accessible. The property is conveniently located with easy access onto the A3 and national motorway network, with the south coast and
international airports at Gatwick and Heathrow within reach.
The area is particularly well known for its excellent schools including Bedales, Churchers College and
Highfield school. Hawkley also has a Montessori Nursery.
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