Guide Price £725,000
A pretty Grade II listed property, which has been meticulously upgraded by the current owners with its superb character features retained and the benefit of external office space and countryside views to the rear aspect.
This charming cottage was historically divided into three and amalgamated into one residence circa 1921. Since 2011 there have been extensive, yet sympathetic improvements undertaken to include replacement hardwood doors, windows, bespoke kitchen, new utility, wet room and bathroom plus the extension and modification of garden buildings including change of use to office.
In addition, there has been the installation of air conditioning to the two main bedrooms and the installation of an underground LPG gas tank, new boiler and roof tiles.
The property is tastefully styled throughout and includes a welcoming entrance hall, formal dining room, cosy sitting room with solid fuel Stovax burner and family room with ensuite wet room which would serve as a fourth bedroom if required.
Completing the ground floor accommodation is an attractive bespoke shaker style kitchen with breakfast bar and a utility.
The bedrooms are accessed via two separate staircases, although it is possible to access each room from the first floor directly using just the main staircase which is located in the entrance hall and leads to bedroom three and to a Jack and Jill bathroom. The second staircase leads to two further double bedrooms.
The gardens are a lovely feature and lie to three sides of the property with meandering brick pathway and sun terrace, lawn and mature planting adjoining open countryside which affords magnificent views.
Parking is accessed via a shared driveway at the side which is screened by hedging. The driveway leads to the rear of the garden where there are approximately 4 spaces and access to the garage which to the rear is a designated office space with utilites.
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.
The Country House Company worked incredibly hard to secure us our dream house in Hambledon and we could not be more grateful. Kate was incredibly knowledgeable and open about the house and its history, the local area and the market. We were kept in the loop on communications with the vendor, we never needed to chase and felt that whilst the vendors wishes were communicated and respected our cause was similarly championed which ultimately resulted the best outcome for all. If and when we choose to sell our home, we won’t be going anywhere else. Our experience demonstrates that getting the right team on the case makes all the difference. Thank you Kate and the team at The Country House Company!View all testimonials