A delightful double-fronted period property, which has been extended to the side and rear, offering a surprising amount of versatile space, ideal for entertaining and family living. The house is set on a large south-easterly facing plot, with views over an adjoining field from the garden and house. Of particular note is the large outbuilding to the side of the house measuring 46' x 16', which would be ideal for hobbies or storage.
The property is approached from the driveway, with an enclosed porch, which opens to the long sitting room, which spans the width of the house, and features a wood-burning stove and wooden flooring. Double doors open to a small study, which has the same wooden flooring and a window to the front. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room includes built-in cupboards with worktops and tiling above, and built-in appliances which include a fridge/freezer and dishwasher, and a range cooker. There is tiled flooring, French doors to the garden, stairs to the first floor, and an understairs cupboard. Off the kitchen is a dining room, with tiled flooring and French doors to the garden, a utility room and cloakroom.
On the first floor, doors lead off the landing to the bedrooms, three of which are double rooms. The principal bedroom has an en-suite shower room, with a modern white suite comprising a shower enclosure, wash hand basin and WC. The second bedroom has fitted wardrobes and views over the garden. Bedroom three has a window to the front, as has bedroom four, as well as an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and boiler. The bathroom has a white suite comprising a bath, a separate shower enclosure, WC, wash hand basin, and a heated towel rail.
Greville House is located on the edge of the popular village of Ropley and within easy reach of the historic market town of Alresford. Ropley is a thriving and active village community with a shop with Post Office, Primary School, Church, Village Hall, Coffee Rooms and Recreation Grounds, and has its own restored railway station on the Mid Hants Railway running between Alton and New Alresford. There is easy road access to London, Winchester and Southampton on the A31 and there is a bus stop within walking distance, servicing the secondary schools in both Alresford and Alton, and also Alton and Peter Symonds Sixth Form Colleges. Rail access to London is available from Alton, Winchester and Petersfield. Southampton Airport is about 30 minutes' drive and Heathrow about an hour away.
SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Calor gas heating. Private drainage system.
LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION East Hampshire District Council
Council Tax Band: F
Property Ref: 100820005259