A detached 5 bedroom family home in a sought after Bourne Valley village
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Beech House is a well-presented rural property offering light and airy accommodation arranged over three floors. The generous ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall and comprises a spacious dual aspect sitting room, a well-proportioned dual aspect family room and a convenient dual aspect study with French doors to the gardens. The generous kitchen/breakfast room has a range of fitted units with modern integrated appliances, space for a breakfast/dining table, French doors to the gardens and an adjoining cloakroom and utility room with garden access. The first floor accommodation offers a dual aspect master bedroom with built-in storage and an en suite shower room. There are three further well- Proportioned bedrooms, all serviced by a good-sized family bathroom. The top floor consists of bedroom 5 with en suite and benefits from a wealth of natural light admitted by skylights.
Beech House is accessed via a gravelled driveway to the side of the property which leads to the detached garage with rear workshop and provides off-road parking for multiple vehicles. The mature gardens lies mainly to the front and side of the property and are laid mainly to level lawn, bordered by mature flowerbeds, shrubs and trees, lending privacy to the setting. A large paved terrace to the rear of the property is ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining and boasts stunning views over neighbouring countryside.
Beech House is situated in picturesque St Mary Bourne, a popular village in the beautiful Bourne Valley. The property itself is in the heart of the village and where the rest of the village can be easily reached on foot. The surrounding countryside is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are great opportunities for walking, riding and other outdoor activities. The village itself has an active local community with a shop, 2 public houses, a church, village hall and excellent primary school. Nearby Whitchurch offers a wider variety of shops, pubs and restaurants and the larger towns of Andover, Winchester and Newbury provide an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities. Road and rail connections are very good with fast trains from Andover and Whitchurch into London Waterloo (59 minutes), and from Newbury into London Paddington. There is good access to the A303/M3 and the A34/M4.
From Newbury proceed along the A34 in a southerly direction following signs for Winchester, Basingstoke and Southampton. After about 5 miles take the left hand exit marked for Highclere and Wash Common (this is the A343). At the next roundabout take the third exit. Upon entering Hurstbourne Tarrant turn left at the George & Dragon pub and continue for a couple of miles until you enter St. Mary Bourne. Beech House can be found on your right hand side.Read all
- Reception Hall
- Sitting Room
- Family Room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- 2 bedrooms with en suite shower rooms
- 3 further bedrooms
- Family bathroom
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