Tichborne, Alresford, Hampshire

£2,750 pcm excl inclusive of some gardening

A very pretty mellow brick and flint Grade II listed village house dating from 17th century, once the priest’s house, full of history and peacefully tucked away in the Itchen Valley and part of the historic Estate village of Tichborne.  

The property enjoys the traditional character of a period property with arched cupboards and alcoves, an inglenook fireplace with Latin inscription, as well as a wood burning stove and decorative Victorian bedroom fireplaces.

The rooms are well proportioned yet cosy, and the kitchen/breakfast room enjoys the AGA and a West facing garden door.

There is very good cupboard/storage space throughout the house. The garden is part walled and gives a very pretty and private setting enjoying a South and East facing terrace.

  • Entrance hall with mahogany staircase
  • Dining room (south facing) with inglenook fireplace
  • Sitting room (south/west facing) with alcoves and fitted shelves
  • Kitchen / breakfast room (west & east facing) with aga, utility, larder (new floor to be fitted 29.11.18)
  • Study / 5th bedroom
  • Bedroom 1 (south/west facing) double, bedroom 2 (south/east facing) double with en suite bathroom
  • Bedroom 3 (north facing) small double, bedroom 4 (west facing) single
  • Family bathroom
  • Garden – partly walled with terrace and greenhouse
  • Garage & shed
  • W.c & cellar


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