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Features

  • Substantial Period Home in Village Centre
  • Attractive National Park Location
  • Plenty of Versatile Living Space
  • 4 Bedrooms and 4 Reception Rooms
  • Secluded Garden and Good Parking
  • Country Walks and Good Pub Nearby

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A substantial period home in the middle of this popular village, within easy reach of Winchester and Alresford. With an abundance of versatile living space, Bramdean Cottage is an ideal family retreat, with country walks in the beautiful South Downs National Park, as well as a good village pub, The Fox, close to hand. The house has historic connections, having been used in the Battle of Cheriton, during the Civil War in  

The property is approached via a 5-bar gate, into a circular driveway to the front of the house. The front door opens to a welcoming entrance hall with original brick flooring and a cloakroom. To the right is a study, which leads through to a family room, with wooden flooring and into a conservatory. Off the hall, a door opens to a cellar and stairs lead up to the first floor. The spacious sitting room has an open fire and bay window. The bespoke kitchen features a range of units and drawers, with quartz worktops and integrated appliances. The kitchen flows into the adjoining room, with a breakfast bar and additional storage units. Off the kitchen is the dining room, with a door to the garden, and a utility room. 

Upstairs, on the first floor, there are four double bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms. 

The property is set back from the road behind a hedge, with a driveway and double timber garage. A path to the side of the house leads to the lawned rear garden. A large terrace adjoins the rear of the house, with steps leading up to the main garden, which is enclosed by a brick wall and fencing. 

Bramdean is located within the attractive South Downs National Park. This is an extremely popular part of Hampshire with charming villages, beautiful rolling countryside and easy access to major roads and rail access to London. The nearby Georgian market town of Alresford offers day-to-day shopping and local amenities, while Petersfield and Winchester provide an extensive range of shops and restaurants.

SERVICES                                                                                    
Mains water and electricity connected. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage system.

LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION
Winchester City Council
Council Tax Band: G

Property Ref: S897297

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