For sale by tender - closing date for bids12 noon on Friday 10th May 2019.
With traditional brick elevations under a slate tiled roof, this charming period cottage sits within grounds of approximately 0.
69 acres and enjoys impressive rural views, sitting between Hod and Hambledon Hills.
Having undergone a schedule of works by the current owners, the property now offers well-presented accommodation decorated in a tasteful Farrow & Ball colour scheme throughout.
There is further potential for extension to the rear of the property (stpp).
The front door opens into an entrance hall with doors leading to two reception rooms.
The sitting room has a window to the front and a fireplace with natural slate tiled hearth and inset wood burning stove.
There is a feature arched alcove and a door to the kitchen/dining room.
The additional reception room is dual aspect with French doors leading to a generous conservatory.
The kitchen/dining room is located at the rear of the property with attractive natural stone effect floor tiles, a range of fitted units, solid timber worktops and a Smeg range cooker.
A staircase from the dining area leads to the first floor and there is a large under-stair cupboard.
A window to the rear overlooks the gardens and a door leads to the utility room.
The utility room provides additional fitted units, a Belfast sink and access to the conservatory.
A stable door leads to the rear garden.
The first floor comprises two double bedrooms and a single room, all of which enjoy delightful views over the surrounding countryside.
The newly fitted family bathroom provides a bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin.
There is timber effect flooring, a heated towel rail and a window to the rear.
The grounds are a particular feature of the property and extend to the rear to provide delightful gardens and two paddocks.
The property is accessed via a shared driveway providing off-road parking and access to a garage.
A gate leads to an additional parking area and the paddocks.
There is a pedestrian gate and pathway to the front door.
A paved terrace adjoins the rear of the cottage providing space for garden furniture.
The remaining gardens are mainly laid to lawn with mature shrub borders.
There is an area set aside for growing vegetables with a greenhouse and compost area.
There are a useful range of outbuildings and a timber stable.
The fenced paddocks extend to the North and are currently separated into two.
There is immediate access to the bridleway network from the property.