West Meon, South Downs National Park, Hampshire

Guide Price £1,000,000

Description
This versatile home has been sympathetically upgraded and whilst it is a comfortable home for the owners, the property has provided additional income as a B&B and DIY livery.

Given the acreage, stables and enviable location, this could be the ideal property for those looking for a home/income lifestyle or simply for those with an equestrian interest looking for a property with good equine facilities surrounded by an abundance of outriding.

The accommodation is very well presented and arranged over two floors.

On the ground floor is an extensively fitted kitchen/breakfast room with utility, a sitting room with fireplace, a conservatory and a formal dining room which could (stpp) be opened into the double garage, which it adjoins, to create further living space.

The first floor has an open plan landing which is an ideal study/library area and there are three double bedrooms each with their own en suite facilities.  

In addition, there are two further good-sized bedrooms and a large family bathroom.

Outside  
The grounds are a particular feature of the property.
 
To the front of the house are established flower/shrub borders and immediately to the rear is the garden which has been attractively landscaped and laid out as a large sun terrace with stunning raised perennial and shrub borders.  

Beyond the house is the yard and stable block which has power and water.  There is a fenced space for chickens and a further area with attractive planting enclosed by formal hedging.  

The paddocks are accessed from the drive and benefit from being slightly elevated.   There is no additional access to the land so there is a very good degree of privacy and security overall. 

Situation
The property is set away from the main thoroughfare along East Meon Road.  Positioned within the South Downs National Park the surrounding countryside is magnificent and offers bridleways and footpaths in abundance. The village itself affords a thriving community with a village store, butchers’ shop, school, church and popular Bistro pub - The Thomas Lord.  The A32 provides excellent access for commuters to Winchester, Petersfield and Alton which in turn have train services to London or direct access onto the A3 or M3 to the Capital or to the coast.

  • Approx 8 acres & stables
  • South downs national park with abundance of out riding
  • Located off the east meon road in west meon
  • Well presented accommodation
  • Excellent village amenities to include bistro pub,store, school, butchers shop
  • Easy access to london/petersfield & winchester

Testimonials

"Philip and I would like to say a big thank you to your team, but especially to you for the friendly and professional service you have provided. ………………………. You have a personal and friendly approach which is further complimented by your local knowledge of the area and market trends. Again Thank you, we really appreciate all that you have done."

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