Bramdean, Alresford, Hampshire
Guide Price £1,445,000
Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 3
Type: House
Reception Rooms: 5

Property Details

A beautiful Grade II listed village house, with original features, which dates back to the 15th Century

• Providing over 3,800 square feet of living accommodation, imaginatively laid out and fabulous for entertaining

• Four/five lovely reception rooms, two of which have inglenook fireplaces. Comprising a snug, sitting room, dining room, reception hall and home office/playroom, all with oak floors

• Five/six double bedrooms and three bathrooms

• A barn with enclosed courtyard, converted for either an office/playroom with an additional freezer/outdoor room for coats and wellington boots

• A stunning 36′ kitchen/breakfast room by Neptune, with an electric Aga and underfloor heating. The kitchen also has a walk-in larder and utility room, and two sets of double French doors leading onto:-

• Two walled courtyard gardens, providing morning and evening sun and a safe and excellent play area for small children and al fresco dining, leading onto a mature garden with stunning herbaceous plants, a herb and vegetable garden with greenhouse, lawns, paths and extensive grounds, allowing the possibility of building a swimming pool

• An internally linked granny/nanny/studio barn, providing bedroom five/six or a fifth reception room, with its own bathroom, two balconies and door leading onto mature gardens, providing a separate entrance, whilst retaining direct access to the main kitchen via its own staircase

Other features:

• Fully renovated, rewired and modernised in 2015 in a classical Nordic style using a heritage colour palette, the property has been extensively remodelled to provide flexible family living, with an opportunity to:

• Run your own bed and breakfast business, or share the property successfully with grandparents/nannies etc, providing separate living accommodation for both, including an additional mini kitchen/utility room and separate outdoor access

• This is a rare property for a family who are looking to move into a substantial home in a popular village, close to the pretty Georgian Market town of Alresford, with its varied selection of individual shops and restaurants

• Set within the South Downs National Park, Bramdean has a village pub and is within easy reach of some excellent private schools, which include Pilgrims, St Swithun’s, Prince’s Mead, Twyford, Dunhurst, Bedales and Churchers. There are village primary schools nearby, and two excellent nursery schools within this very sociable village

• Easy commuting to London with trains from Winchester to Waterloo taking about an hour. Southampton Airport is only 30 minutes away by car

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