Originally a pair of cottages, this pretty Grade II listed house dates from the late 16th Century with later additions.
The current owners have extended the house to join the main house and garage, creating an ideal combination of modern living space and period charm.The welcoming entrance hall has hardwood stairs to an office with a feature east-facing window and fitted cupboards and shelves. From the hall, the eye is drawn to the kitchen and garden beyond through a set of glazed doors. There is a large island unit with bar seating, an Aga, fitted larder cupboard, separate pantry and plenty of space for a dining table. From the inner hall there is access to the older part of the house which showcases some lovely original features such as exposed beams and bricks, two staircases and an inglenook fireplace. There is a double reception room used as two sitting rooms, and a family room. The study has fitted wardrobes and is a potential fifth bedroom. The current owners have a fourth bedroom on the ground floor with a dressing room. There is a beautifully fitted family bathroom and a separate shower room, as well as a boot room and utility room on this floor. Upstairs the principal bedroom is accessed via a large dressing room with fitted wardrobes, and there are two further bedrooms and additional dressing room. The garden extends to the west of the house and incorporates a stone terrace to the rear of property, lawn and well stocked flower and shrub borders. The views are lovely over the SSSI water meadows towards similarly picturesque cottages.
Alresford 2 miles. Winchester 8.2 miles (London Waterloo from 57 minutes). Southampton Airport 15 miles.