Reception Rooms: 4
Previously known as Fishers, Homefield House sits on approximately approximately 9.7 acres of land, with a stable block, with 4 stables and a tack room, a menage, training ring and fenced paddocks. For sale by auction on Wednesday 8th May 2019.
The substantial house itself measures 3,342 square feet, including the garage, and comprises an entrance hall, two cloakrooms, a large sitting room, a fitted kitchen, which leads through to an oak-framed dining room, a family room, study, office and utility room. Upstairs, off the landing there is a master suite comprising a large bedroom with French doors to a balcony, a large walk-in wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom with a separate shower. In addition there are four further double bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms.
The property is located in a quiet location on the edge of this popular village. Medstead has a church, a pub, a primary school, and a couple of local shops. The village is well known for having an active and inclusive community.
Mains gas, electricity and water are connected. Private drainage system.
There is underfloor heating on the ground floor and radiators upstairs.
Local Authority Information:
Winchester City Council
Council Tax Band: G
The property is being offered to auction by Wilsons Auctions. The auction will take place on Wednesday 8th May. For further information, you can look at Wilsons website www.wilsonsauctions.com or alternatively call Naomh Whewall on 028 9034 2626 or Charlotte Ritchie on 028 9096 9008
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