This attractive home presents all the character expected of a property of its period with high ceilings, handsome fireplaces and exposed timbers. The accommodation, whilst in need of some refurbishment, is spacious and opens to a courtyard giving access to the large store with separate entrance from the high street.
On the ground floor is a welcoming entrance hall, comfortable sitting room with large bay window, dining room with fireplace and elegant drawing room again with fireplace. In addition, on the ground floor is the spacious kitchen/breakfast room with door to the garden and a separate shower room accessed from the hallway. There is also a useful cellar below stairs.
On the first floor a spacious, open landing leads to the three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with two further substantial attic rooms located on the second floor.
Accessed externally is the substantial store which could be utilised as such or, subject to the necessary planning, be converted to garage space or integrated into the main house.
To the rear of the property is a pretty paved courtyard area with external cloakroom, wood store and utility. Steps lead to a good-sized area of private walled garden which is mainly laid to lawn bordered by mature planting.
Hambledon is a thriving village situated within the South Downs National Park. There are excellent amenities which include a village store, public house, school, church, active village hall and cricket club. Historically the birth place of Cricket, Hambledon is surround by glorious countryside yet within easy access of the A3/A32 and A272 to Winchester and Petersfield where there are extensive facilities and train services to London.
Offered for sale through The Country House Company Guide price £700,000. Please contact Kate Porter on 02392 632275 for further details.