Idyllic rural location, with panoramic views over farmland
Formerly the gate house for Ewhurst Park, this charming home offers versatile living accommodation of just over 2,000 sq ft. The welcoming entrance hall leads through to the sitting room, with fireplace, and double doors out to the garden. Off the sitting room is the cosy snug/study, also with double doors out to the garden. The bespoke kitchen/breakfast room is well-appointed, with central island, range cooker and ample space for appliances, with the breakfast area having double doors out to the garden. Completing the ground floor are two bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes, and a shower room. On the first floor there are two further good size bedrooms and the family bathroom, with separate shower.Outside, the property is approached over a large gravel driveway, providing ample parking, and an area of lawn. The rear gardens are most delightful, laid mainly to lawn and enjoying fine far reaching views over the surrounding farmland. Within the garden is a greenhouse and there is also a garden shed and store.
Kingsclere 5 miles, Basingstoke 6 miles, Newbury 12 miles, Reading 17 miles, M3 (Junction 6) 7.5 miles, M4 (Junction 12) 12.5 miles, London Waterloo via Basingstoke Station from 44 minutes. All distances and times are approximate.Beech Lodge is located off a quiet country lane in the rural hamlet of Ewhurst Park, close to the village of Ramsdell, which lies approximately six miles north west of Basingstoke. Local amenities can be found in the nearby villages of Kingsclere and Baughurst, with a broader range of facilities available in the regional centres of Basingstoke, Newbury and Reading, all of which are within easy driving distance. Communication links are excellent, with road access to the M3 (J6) and M4 (J12) and to London Waterloo via Basingstoke Station. Educational needs are well served in the state sector being in the catchment for the well-respected Priory Primary School in Pamber End. There are numerous independent schools close by, including Cheam, Daneshill, Elstree, and Downe House.The surrounding countryside is most delightful, throughout which are many public footpaths and attractive walks to enjoy.