Paice Lane, Medstead, Hampshire
Guide Price £1,350,000
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Type: House
Reception Rooms: 4

Property Details

A wonderful, individual home with substantial garaging and outbuildings, set on a secluded, two acre semi-rural plot. A three acre field for equestrian use is located nearby and is available by separate negotiation.

The house is positioned well back on the plot, with an impressive entrance from the Paice Lane, originally a Roman road. (A 3rd century Roman coin was found on the site in 1943, which is now in Alton Museum). The property is approached via a sweeping driveway, with plenty of parking to the front of the house and a substantial triple garage, where there is an opportunity to build in the large roof void, subject to consents. Gates to the side of the house lead through to the large rear garden, which is laid to lawn with a seating terrace adjoining the rear of the property. There are a number of outbuildings and a workshop, which could be ideal for someone interested in the restoration of cars, or storage of equipment.

A door from the covered wooden porch opens to the entrance hall, from where a door opens to the large sitting room with a brick fireplace and wood-burning stove. Double doors open to the dining room, which offers magnificent views of the garden, with further doors to the light and airy garden room, which runs to the side of the house. The fitted kitchen includes a breakfast bar and plenty of space for a table and chairs, with an opening to the utility room and through to a cloakroom and back door. There is a double bedroom with storage, adjoining shower room and library/study, which offer the potential to create an annexe within the ground floor.

The large landing has a hidden eaves store room and Velux windows. The principle bedroom has its own en-suite shower room and a dressing room area with built-in wardrobes. There is a family bathroom and two further double bedrooms, one of which has a built-in wardrobe.

Paice Lane is located on the edge of the popular village of Medstead, which is known for having an active community with a good number of clubs and societies, a village hall, church, shop and post office and a primary school. Nearby Four Marks, has additional shopping facilities. The market town of Alton, has Waitrose, an M&S food store and Sainsburys, along with other shops and facilities. There is good road access to London, the M25 and beyond via the A31, which runs through the village. There is direct mainline rail access to London from Alton, with Heathrow/Gatwick airports an hour away and Southampton airport about half an hour away.



KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 22′ 0" max x 21′ 0" (6.72m x 6.42m)

UTILITY ROOM 8′ 0" x 6′ 0" (2.46m x 1.84m)

SITTING ROOM 19′ 9" x 17′ 5" (6.02m x 5.32m)

DINING ROOM 17′ 5" x 13′ 0" (5.32m x 3.97m)

STUDY/BEDROOM FIVE 16′ 10" x 11′ 3" (5.14m x 3.45m)

GARDEN ROOM 25′ 7" x 8′ 10" (7.81m x 2.71m)

BEDROOM TWO 16′ 5" x 12′ 11" (5.02m x 3.94m)

SHOWER ROOM 9′ 4" x 4′ 9" (2.85m x 1.45m)

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 15′ 7" x 11′ 3" (4.75m x 3.45m)

MASTER BEDROOM 17′ 5" x 15′ 3" (5.33m x 4.67m)


BEDROOM THREE 16′ 0" x 11′ 1" (4.89m x 3.39m)

BEDROOM FOUR 16′ 0" x 11′ 8" (4.89m x 3.57m)

BATHROOM 12′ 2" max x 9′ 9" (3.71m x 2.99m)

TRIPLE GARAGE 31′ 9" x 20′ 5" (9.69m x 6.23m)

COACH HOUSE/WORKSHOP 35′ 6" x 16′ 9" (10.84m x 5.11m)

BARN ONE 36′ 1" x 18′ 2" (11.00m x 5.56m)

BARN TWO 26′ 8" x 17′ 3" (8.15m x 5.27m)

SERVICES Mains gas, electricity and water are connected. There is a private drainage system (septic tank).

LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION East Hampshire District Council
Council Tax Band: G

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