Midlington Barns originally date back to 1848 and were converted and renovated by the renowned Winchester based Huw Thomas Architects in 2000 to create an elegant and impressive character home.
The present owner has also further enhanced the feel and all the accommodation this property has to offer.
The majority of the accommodation centres on the striking drawing room with double height vaulted ceilings, multi fuel stove, solid oak floor and an abundance of beams. The refitted kitchen/breakfast room has been fitted to a high standard with granite surfaces and integral appliances that include a dishwasher, combination microwave, double oven and induction hob.
Via a staircase from the drawing room a galleried entertaining area can be found, and this in turn gives access to the lovely master bedroom with a superb range of fitted wardrobes and a modern en suite cloakroom and separate shower room.
To the front of the property is a paved and gravelled driveway providing parking and turning with access to the double carport. A pathway leads to private seating and boot room / family entrance hall. The other side of the front garden provides an additional parking space, leading to the double vaulted cart way, with second entrance into a reception area.
To the rear and immediately adjoining the drawing room via double doors is an attractive brick, paved and decked terrace providing a delightful spot from which to enjoy the gardens and the view beyond. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn, edged by hedging and fencing and interspersed with trees, shrubs and borders and enjoy a lovely sunny southerly aspect.
Droxford lies within the scenic Meon Valley, part of the South Downs National Park. Village amenities include three pubs offering dining options, petrol station, post office, convenience store and doctors surgery. Nearby there are beautiful walks, including Old Winchester Hill, The Meon Valley Trail and the South Downs Way. The Meon Valley, just off the A32, and Droxford has excellent access to the market towns of Bishops Waltham, Wickham and Alresford. Winchester, Petersfield, Alton and Fareham offer wider shopping, schools and leisure facilities.