An attractive five-bedroom detached property with flexible accommodation set in pretty countryside
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This splendid detached family home has five bedrooms and flexible accommodation, and is set in a peaceful location surrounded by the stunning countryside. The property features five reception rooms, each of which is light and airy, and presented to a high standard. The main reception room is 22ft long, with wooden flooring and a fireplace, fitted with a woodburning stove. Double doors open onto the conservatory, which overlooks the attractive rear gardens. There is also a comfortable family room, a useful study and a hobby-room. The kitchen has cream units to base and wall level, cream granite worktops and a range cooker, while there is also a utility room with space for all of the necessary appliances. There is one double bedroom on the ground floor, as well as a shower room. Upstairs there are a further four bedrooms, including the generous master, with its en suite bathroom, one bedroom with an en suite shower room and a further two bedrooms, which share a Jack and Jill bathroom.
To the front of the property there is a gravel driveway, with plenty of parking space. To the side there is a garage and carport, while there is also a small area of lawn and a paved terrace area. To the rear there are well-presented gardens, with a west-facing aspect. The gardens include an area of paved terracing and a pristine lawn, with border flowerbeds and a variety of shrubs and trees. Beyond the gardens there are views of open rolling countryside.
The property is set in a peaceful semi-rural location, on the edge of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Just less than a mile away, the small village of Hatherden has a local pub and a primary school, while there are also several everyday amenities in the nearby village of Enham, including a post office and village store and a doctors surgery. The historic town of Andover is four miles away, with its extensive shopping, supermarkets, restaurants, cafés and leisure facilities. The area is well connected by road, with the A34 providing access towards Newbury and the A303 connecting to the M3. Andover mainline station provides direct services to London Waterloo, taking approximately an hour and 15 minutes. The area offers access to a number of state schools, including Hatherden Primary School, Endeavour Primary School and Knights Enham Junior school together with independent schools including Farleigh School, Rookwood School and Winchester College.
From Newbury, head along Western Avenue/A4 away from the town centre, and after a mile, take the second exit at the roundabout, and merge onto the A34, heading south. After three and a half miles, take the exit towards Highclere/Wash Common and then at the roundabout, take the third exit onto the A343. Continue to follow the A343 for 10 miles, before turning right onto Mays Down Lane, following the sign for Penton and Mewsey. After three quarters of a mile, turn right onto Charlton Down Lane. You will find the property on your left-hand side after three quarters of a mile.Read all
- Reception hall
- Sitting room
- Family room
- Hobby room
- Shower room
- Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
- 4 Further bedrooms, 1 with en suite shower room, 2 with Jack & Jill bathroom
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