Dating back to 1848 and converted in 2000, this striking Grade II Listed flint and brick barn conversion is set in the heart of the Meon Valley in the idyllic village of Droxford, within stunning landscaped gardens and enjoying countryside views.
The property centres around a large dual aspect sitting room with vaulted ceiling and character features to include fireplace with multi-fuel stove, solid oak floor and exposed beams. Double doors open into the gardens on both sides creating a light and spacious living space, ideal for summer entertaining and al fresco dining. The kitchen has been recently refitted to a high specification with granite work surfaces and a range of integrated appliances to include dishwasher, combination microwave, double oven and induction hob. A mezzanine over the central sitting room provides access to the Master Bedroom complete with a range of fitted wardrobe cupboards and both an en-suite cloakroom and separate shower room. Also accessed from the ground floor is a separate family room, together with Bedroom 2 which benefits from an ensuite bathroom and views across the gardens. To the first floor are bedrooms 3 and 4, both of which are of double proportions, and a shower room.
The property is approached via a shared access gravel driveway which leads to the beautiful and established mature front gardens, together with access to the shared open cart way and the car barn. The car barn provides covered parking, together with eaves storage along with additional built in storage cupboards and a privacy screen. The beautiful secluded rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with established planting and landscaped flower beds. There is a raised paved terrace area with sheltered seating adjoining the rear of the property with fantastic views over the garden and beyond. There is a summer house which is thoughtfully positioned raised on staddle stones with French doors, electric and lighting.
Situated in the South Downs National Park and within the village of Droxford with its thriving community and local amenities the property is ideally placed for commuters with rail services to London Waterloo from nearby Winchester and Petersfield. The Meon Valley has excellent road links – the A32 runs alongside the valley, connecting to the North with the M3 & M27 to the South. To the East the A3 connects to London and the M27 to the South.
The property is a short distance from the villages of Wickham and Droxford both providing local shops, amenities and great village pubs.
SUMMARY OF FEATURES:
Four bedroom Grade II Listed barn conversion; Sympathetically restored with original character features throughout; Immaculately presented throughout; Underfloor heating to ground floor; Light and spacious accommodation; Two galleried landings overlooking the sitting room; Oak framed double glazed doors from sitting room opening to gardens; Beautiful landscaped gardens; Rural setting with countryside views.
TENURE: Freehold; SERVICES: Mains electricity and water. Oil fired heating. Private drainage. LOCAL AUTHORITY: Winchester City Council; TAX BAND: G
Wickham - 5.1 miles; Bishops Waltham - 4.3 miles; Winchester - 12.7 miles; Petersfield - 14.2 miles