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West Street, Hambledon

Guide Price £1,500,000

  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 4 Receptions

A stunning detached Grade II listed home situated in the sought after village of Hambledon which is positioned within the South Downs National Park, with good access to amenities and commuter links. This imposing residence offers in excess of 3,500 sq ft of elegant accommodation with coach house which, subject to planning, could be converted to provide ancillary accommodation.

A rare opportunity to acquire this lovely home which has been the subject of sympathetic refurbishment by the current owners.  The accommodation is light, spacious and beautifully presented throughout with period features to include working shutters, fireplaces and exposed beams.   

On the ground floor is a welcoming reception hall, a formal dining room, comfortable sitting room with fireplace and, linked via a sun room, is the elegant drawing room with fireplace and door to the garden.    

There is a generous study with doors to the outside and an extensively fitted kitchen/breakfast room complete with electric range cooker and feature Well.  This room has a part vaulted ceiling and doors to the terrace.

Upstairs on the first floor is the master bedroom with en suite bathroom, two double guest bedrooms and a bathroom.  The second floor is split level with a further double bedroom, bathroom and steps to two attic rooms.

The property is set back from the lane within private grounds which surround the house.  Manicured lawn is interspersed with trees and shrub borders, whilst adjacent to the rear of the house is an attractive westerly facing brick terrace, and lawn bordering countryside.

In addition, there is a detached Coach House to the front of the property which could, subject to planning permission, be converted to office or ancillary accommodation and is currently used as garage and store. 

The property is a brisk walk from the centre of Hambledon which is famous for its history and strong association with cricket.   It is surrounded by the South Downs National Park and National Trust downland and has a primary school, ranked “Outstanding” by Ofsted, a village shop, church, pub and well-known cricket club.    
The surrounding countryside provides lovely walks and extensive riding. A good range of local shops and amenities are available in nearby Denmead, and both Winchester and Petersfield are easily accessible, each with mainline stations with services to London and more extensive shopping and leisure facilities.    

The A3 provides a direct link to London, the South Coast and the M27 network to Chichester and Southampton Airport.

Further well regarded schools within the area include Bedales, Churchers College, Ditcham Park and The Petersfield School

  • In excess of 3,500 sq ft of accommodation
  • Elegant presentation throughout
  • Detached coach house which could be converted, subject to planning
  • Thriving village
  • Good access to commuter links