A striking 3-4 bedroom Edwardian house with character features and well-proportioned rooms offering a large amount of living space. Located in an elevated position, with a secluded 1/4 acre garden, good parking, a garage and a superb garden studio, ideal for home working and hobbies. No onward chain.
A pretty double fronted Edwardian house, with original character features and well-proportioned rooms. The property has been extended and offers a large amount of versatile living space. Stavordale is located in a quiet and elevated position close to the Watercress Line station on the edge of Ropley village. A lawned garden wraps around the house, with a high hedge giving it privacy and seclusion. There is good parking, a garage and a superb garden studio, which would be ideal for someone working from home, and for hobbies. The property is approached via a pair of 5-bar gates opening to the driveway, where there is parking for a number of cars, and an electric car charging point attached to the garage.
The front door opens to a porch, with a fitted bench and coat hooks, and a door through to the kitchen, which features bespoke wooden kitchen units with granite worktops. The kitchen is open-plan to the dining room which, in turn, is open to the sitting rooms, with an attractive box window to the garden and hand made shelving/storage along one wall. Doors from the dining room lead to a family room, which could double as a fourth bedroom and has French doors to the garden, a utility room and cloakroom. Off the kitchen is the spacious drawing room, featuring an open fire in a wooden surround, a box window and door to the conservatory.
On the landing there is a loft access hatch and a door to the main bedroom, which has dual aspect windows with a view, and a built-in wardrobe, as well as its own en-suite shower room. The second double bedroom has a large wardrobe and a sink. The third bedroom is also a double room and has dual aspect windows. There is a family bathroom with a bath and separate shower.
Ropley is a popular 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. Excellent private education is available in Petersfield and Winchester.
SERVICES Mains water and electricity connected. Oil fired central heating. Private septic tank drainage system.
LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION East Hampshire District Council
Council Tax Band: E