- Grade Two Listed converted Oast
- Detached annexe approximately 860 sq ft and adjoining workshop/tractor shed
- 5516 sq ft of accommodation
- Parking for numerous cars and sunny courtyard
- Impressive ground and first floor living space
- Formal gardens and adjoining orchard and natural gardens
- Five reception rooms and large kitchen/breakfast room and utility
- Stabling for two, tack room and hay store
- Six bedrooms and four bathrooms (Two en-suite)
- Three post and rail connecting paddocks (1.6 acres)
A substantial equal portion of an historical Grade II Listed Oast, offering spacious and intriguing accommodation tucked away in a peaceful rural location with detached annexe and equestrian facilities.The Oast Houses was converted in 1989 by combining a square and circular hop kiln and half of what was one of the largest barns in East Hampshire at the time. The whole dates back to the early 19th Century and great imagination was used to develop the whole into a classic conversion and family home. There is as expected a wealth of interesting features, including in particular the square sitting room, the semi-vaulted first floor drawing room and the circular family room and library. Polished floors, exposed stone walling and timbers are found throughout and the light and airy accommodation is as a result of not only the aspect, but the clever use of glass panelling. Various rooms are suitable for quiet home working. To the rear is a gravelled area which catches the morning sun and is a peaceful place to start the day with a coffee.The recently added annexe (Bullfinch Barn) which extends to 860 Sq Ft offers a variety of uses and has its own courtyard and suntrap decking.The property is found, as is the parking for numerous cars at the end of its own long winding driveway, set back from the road and flanked by open paddocks. The gardens and grounds adds to the property’s appeal, the formal gardens (1/5th of an acre) are level and laid to lawn with arbour and featured pond, beyond is found the orchard (1/4 of an acre) with a variety of fruit trees, raised vegetable borders and natural garden which supports an abundance of bug and bird life and a hen run. The paddocks which have a number of water points are divided into three by post and rail fencing and extend to 1.6 acres, there is also found stabling for two, a tack room and hay store. The whole enjoys a high degree of privacy with views over adjoining farmland and a sunny aspect.
Please note the property is not visible from the road, call for directions for a drive by viewing.
PROPERTY OFFICE :
2 Midhurst Road, Liphook, GU30 7ED
T: 01428 728900