An imposing and spacious Grade II listed Period family home within the conservation area and in a prominent and convenient location in the heart of the beautiful and historic village of Droxford. The property itself, nestles appealingly in sizeable and attractive walled gardens which extend to the side of the house incorporating a super parking and turning area courtyard, with covered car barn parking and brick- built storage. Inside, the house enjoys lovely period proportions, features and atmosphere, along with inglenooks, fireplaces, cellar, an elegantly curved sweeping staircase and it's own well!
The house has great potential for some modernisation and is a wonderful opportunity for a new family to be able to enhance and personalise to their own requirements.
Entrance hall with elegant curved staircase.
Drawing Room, Dining Room, Sitting Room and Study.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room, with Oil fired Aga & well
Five good sized double bedrooms and family bathroom.
Master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite.
Cloakroom, Utility Room and Cellar.
Oil heating and Private Septic Tank Drainage.
Walled gardens, courtyard parking and car barns.
Amounting to just under ¼ of an acre.
Early interest highly recommended.
Front door leading to:
Featuring the elegant curved staircase which leads to the first floor with a picture window overlooking and enjoying views across the rear garden. Door leading to the rear garden. Radiators.
Fitted with Butler style sink and low level WC. Tiling. Window to the rear aspect. Radiator.
The kitchen units are arranged around the central fireplace feature with inset oil fired Aga. Plenty of space for a kitchen/dining table, with original well lying in the centre. Larder cupboard. Window overlooking the rear garden together with a rear access door. There is a door to the secondary staircase. Door to:
Oil fired floor standing boiler. Spaces for appliances.
A formal/family dining room centered around the traditional inglenook fireplace. Built in storage cupboard. Window to the front aspect. Radiator.
Double aspect room with windows to the front and side. Fireplace surround with open fire and hearth. Radiator. Door leading to the study.
Inglenook fireplace recess. Exposed beams. Window to the front aspect. Built in storage cupboard. Two wall light points. Radiator.
Window to the rear aspect. Door to the understairs cupboard and door to the hallway. Radiator.
First Floor Landing
Featuring a dome ceiling over the stairwell with a galleried landing looking out and enjoying views over the rear garden through the full length window. Linen cupboard.
Master Bedroom Suite
Window to the front aspect. Built in wardrobes to one wall. Radiator. Door to:
Radiator. Opening to:
White suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap shower attachment over, shower cubicle, pedestal basin, low level WC and bidet. Window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden. Heated towel rail and radiator.
Window to the front aspect. Fireplace. Built in cupboard. Radiator.
Window to the front aspect. Airing cupboard and built in storage cupboard. Radiator.
Window to the rear aspect. Built in wardrobes. Radiator.
Window to the rear aspect. Radiator.
Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Window to the rear aspect. Radiator.
The gardens extend to just under ¼ acre with a lawned garden and pathway to the front of the house. To the side of the property there is an entrance into the parking courtyard with ample space for parking and turning. Brick and tiled car barns with covered parking for four cars. Adjoining canopy with oil tank and brick built store. Access to the cellar.
The delightful walled garden is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of trees, shrubs and borders. There is a terrace to the rear of the property.
Droxford lies in the heart of the Meon Valley within the South Downs National Park between West Meon and Wickham. The A32 offers excellent access northwards to London and Southwards, the M27 offers links to Portsmouth and Southampton. Mainline rail services into London Waterloo can be accessed at Winchester and Petersfield. The Meon Valley provides access to the stunning countryside of the South Downs and numerous walks can be found close by along with access to the River Meon. Corhampton Golf Club is just under two miles away.
"A substantial and handsome period home, set within a most attractive and sizeable walled garden in the heart of this delightful Meon Valley Village."
" . Perfectly set just a short stroll away from the local village amenities which include the wonderful footpaths which meander through the beautiful countryside alongside the river Meon, along with a Norman church, store/post office, school, doctors surgery and two public houses."
Pursuant to the Estate Agents Act of 1979, we advise that the vendor of this property is a Retired Director of Pearsons Estate Agents.