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Features

  • 0.39 Acre Plot
  • A Detached Two Bedroom Bungalow
  • Sitting Room
  • Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
  • Garage and Parking for Several Cars
  • In Need of Modernisation
  • No Onward Chain
  • Village Setting

Nearest Stations

  • Basingstoke Rail Station - 5.4 miles
  • Alton Rail Station - 6.0 miles

A detached bungalow set on a lovely 0.39 acre plot, on the edge of the picturesque village of Ellisfield. The property is in need of renovation and offers the chance to modernise and extend to suit your needs, subject to planning approval. No onward chain.

A detached bungalow set on a lovely 0.39 appox acre plot, on the edge of the picturesque village of Ellisfield. The property is in need of renovation and offers the chance to modernise it to suit your needs and to extend it to create a larger home, subject to planning permission being granted. The property is being offered for sale with the benefit no onward chain.

The property is accessed from the driveway via a side door and a front conservatory, which leads into the sitting room. There are two double bedrooms and a kitchen/breakfast room to the rear, as well as a shower room and a separate WC.

The bungalow sits in a secluded position on a half acre plot, with a driveway allowing parking for several cars, a garage and a rear garden.

The small village of Ellisfield is well-located for access to the M3 motorway at Basingstoke and direct rail access to London Waterloo from Micheldever and Basingstoke. It is set amongst beautiful Hampshire countryside with excellent walking and bridleways nearby.

A particular feature of this property is the location opposite the wonderful beech and bluebell woods of Preston Oak Hills and Cannon Woods, with a selection of footpaths on the doorstep. The charming village of Ellisfield is conveniently located on the edge of the Candover Valley, about six miles south of Basingstoke. Local amenities include a church, village hall and a popular local pub, The Fox Inn. Wider shopping and leisure facilities can be found in the cathedral city of Winchester and the historic town of Alresford, as well as nearby Alton and Basingstoke. There are direct train links to London from Basingstoke and Winchester. There is also excellent access to road networks including the A34, A303 and M3. There are a variety of well-regarded independent and state schools in the area and country pursuits abound in the beautiful surrounding countryside.

SERVICES Mains water and electricity connected. Oil fired central heating. Private septic tank.

LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION Basingstoke and Dean Borough Council
Council Tax Band: E

Property Ref: 100820005527

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