A charming double-fronted Edwardian house is set on a generous plot of 0.16 acres, with good parking and a lovely garden. There is plenty of versatile living space, which includes a kitchen/dining room, utility room, and sitting room. Upstairs are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. To the rear is a pleasant garden, mainly laid to lawn and with a patio area.
A charming double-fronted Edwardian house set on a generous overall plot of 0.16 acres, with good parking and a lovely garden. The house has been in the same family ownership since it was built in 1909 and retains original features including high ceilings, cast-iron fireplaces and stripped pine doors. There are four bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs, and plenty of versatile living space downstairs. We believe there to be an opportunity to extend the house to the rear, subject to planning. The property is being sold with the benefit of no onward chain.
The house is approached via a picket gate and a path to the front door, which opens to a hall with stairs up to the first floor. The sitting room is at the front of the house and has a fireplace. The family room has a fireplace with a wood-burning stove. A door leads to the spacious kitchen/dining room, which has a range of kitchen units and drawers, with granite worktops and tiling above. There are some built-in appliances including an eye-level double oven, halogen electric hob with filter hood above, a microwave oven, dishwasher and fridge. The dining area has quarry tiled flooring and French doors to the garden. There is a utility room with a door to outside, and a cloakroom with a wc.
On the first floor there is a hatch allowing access to the loft. There are two double bedrooms at the front of the house. Both rooms have the original fireplaces, and the main bedroom has a built-in wardrobe. Bedrooms three and four are at the back of the house and have views of the garden. The bathroom has a white suite comprising a P-shaped bath with shower and glass screen, as well as an airing cupboard housing a hot water tank.
Outside, a five-bar gate opens to the driveway which offers good parking to the side of the house. There is a paved terrace adjoining the rear of the house, and a secluded, lawned garden with a garden shed.
Ropley is a sought after village where newcomers will be readily welcomed by the community and there is plenty of opportunity to join in with the multitude of local clubs and events should you wish to. It is a quiet village, but has easy access to the A31 and A32 which allow access to London, Winchester and the Midlands. Mainline rail access to London is from Petersfield and Alton. There is a good primary school in the village with a secondary school in nearby Alresford and sixth form education available in both Winchester and Alton
SERVICES Mains water and electricity connected. Oil fired central heating. Private septic tank.
LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION East Hampshire District Council
Council Tax Band: E