A truly delightful Grade II Listed house of great character and charm standing in the heart of the tranquil village of Lasham. This is a beautiful family home with a wonderful atmosphere. The house retains all of the character associated with a building of this period with traditional brick and flint elevations and a magnificent barn. The rooms are light and well-proportioned and include a spacious kitchen/dining room, an airy sitting room with an open fireplace, family room and a separate study. The bespoke kitchen is fitted with a range of cabinets and work surfaces together with a hob, oven and integrated dishwasher. There is an adjoining utility room and ground floor cloakroom. The overall accommodation is beautifully complemented by an orangery providing a natural link between the kitchen/dining room, barn and family room with multiple sets of double doors opening out to the garden. The barn has a wealth of exposed timbers and also a mezzanine level offering an additional degree of space and flexibility. The barn is currently fitted with an additional kitchen but could be transformed into a sitting room, home office or self-contained accommodation. The first floor accommodation to the main house is of equal merit with four well-proportioned bedrooms including a principal double aspect bedroom with an en suite bathroom and a separate family bathroom. The character, garden and village setting all combine to provide a lovely family home.
Occupying an idyllic village setting with views over the pond to the church. The village is set around a nucleus of period houses and a public house amidst fine Hampshire countryside between the villages of Bentworth, Shalden and Herriard. The Georgian market town of Alton and trains to Waterloo are only about 4.5 miles away. The village is also home to the well-known Lasham Gliding Club. Alton has a good range of High Street shops, weekly and specialist markets, a Waitrose and M&S Simply Food, schools, further education college, sports centre and two golf courses.
The cottage stands within attractive landscaped grounds providing a beautiful setting with a variety trees, fruit trees, areas of lawn and flower and shrub borders all interlinked by a series of brick and shingle pathways. A terrace adjoins the orangery and provides an ideal outside seating area. A private shingle driveway provides ample parking and access to the front via a five bar gate. A green house and timber shed is set to one side of house and at the end of the driveway. There is an additional timber shed and a further shingle parking area off the adjoining village lane.