Never before to market, arrives this stylish converted hop kiln within the beautiful sought after village of Binsted, with excellent versatile accommodation and amazing views from the private rear garden. The ground floor offers a stunning ‘hub of the home’ kitchen/dining and seating area which is a major feature of this property. The units are bespoke, built in a traditional style with a centre island and integrated appliances, which include a double oven and an induction hob. There is also the added bonus of an Aga set within the original fireplace. A charming study/book room, utility room and cloakroom with WC complete this floor. Stairs rise to the first floor where you will find a spacious living room, one double bedroom and a family shower room. On the second floor is the master bedroom, benefitting from an array of fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room, a further double bedroom and a family bathroom. The third floor comprises a charming fourth bedroom with stunning views across open fields. The garden is to the rear rising from a ground floor flagged, small courtyard to a brick floored terrace at the next level. The third level has a gravelled feature area leading on to the double garage, a small lawn and a further flagged seating area. There are amazing views across the Wey Valley and parking for three cars, accessed via the private communal drive for Inwood Kilns. This is a rare opportunity for anyone looking for that life style change, lock up and leave, stylish, bespoke property.
The extremely attractive village of Binsted is situated on the edge of the South Downs National Park with some wonderful views and walks across the local countryside. The market town of Alton is about 4 miles away and the nearest railway station about 2 miles away in Bentley. Binsted also has its own recreation ground and sports pavilion and Binsted Village Fete is one of the annual highlights held on the recreation ground. There is also a parish church, and primary school.