A well apppointed, significantly extended 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom house with countryside views

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This very well appointed family house has been significantly extended and re-modelled during our clients ownership and offers flexible accommodation in an appealing setting overlooking the attractive garden and open countryside beyond. A double height galleried reception hall is a striking introduction to the house. Notable features include a generously proportioned kitchen/breakfast room with mains gas and electric fired Rangemaster, integrated dishwasher, plate warmer/slow cooker, built in coffee machine and American fridge freezer. The worksurfaces are granite.

The drawing room is versatile and leads directly to the south facing garden through two sets of French doors. This room is complemented by a dining room and study. All the principal rooms on the ground floor have oak flooring.

Each of the five bedrooms are served by ensuite facilities be it a bathroom or a shower room. In the case of the large principal bedroom, the bathroom has both a bath and a separate shower. All the sanitaryware throughout the house is by Grohe. Most of the bedrooms look out over the garden and towards countryside. The house is efficient by virtue of double-glazed windows, mains gas and mains drainage.

This property has 0.4 acres of land.

Outside

The garden is predominately lawned but also features a large expanse of terrace from which to enjoy the southerly orientation. There is an attractive arbour with various climbing plants and shrubs, two well established willows and an appealing post and rail fencing along the back boundary.

To the front of the house there is a significant amount of hardstanding parking, a garage and some lawn.

Situation

Durley is an attractive and sought-after village with two public houses, a primary school, village hall and church. Further facilities can be found in Bishop's Waltham or Botley which are roughly equidistant, with Botley and Hedge End providing railway services to London Waterloo. The Ageas bowl is about 3.4 miles away which is the home of Hampshire Cricket. The cathedral city of Winchester is about 11 miles away with a range of shopping and leisure facilities including a theatre, cinema, tennis and squash club, a number of restaurants and bars together with a mainline railway station serving London Waterloo in about 1 hour. The area also offers a wealth of country pursuits on the doorstep with footpaths and bridleways in abundance.

There are a good selection of state and private schools in the area including Twyford Preparatory, Pilgrims, Prince’s Mead, King Edward’s, Winchester College, St Swithun’s and Peter Symonds Sixth Form College.

Directions

From Junction 11 of the M3 take the B3335 towards Twyford. Continue on this road for about 5.5 miles through Fair Oak and Horton Heath. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Snakemoor Lane. Continue along this road, which changes to Durley Brook Road. Go past the school on the right hand side and at the top of the rise the property will be found on the right.

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Other features

  • COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS
  • DRAWING ROOM
  • LARGE KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
  • DINING ROOM
  • STUDY
  • PRINCIPAL BEDROOM WITH DRESSING ROOM AND ENSUITE BATHROOM
  • 4 FURTHER BEDROOMS WITH ENSUITE SHOWER ROOMS, 1 WITH DRESSING ROOM
  • GARDEN
  • GARAGE & DRIVEWAY PARKING

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Ref: WNR210066

Durley Brook Road Durley SO32

Guide Price
£1,300,000

Ref: WNR210066

Durley Brook Road Durley SO32

Guide Price
£1,300,000