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  • Grade II Listed converted Oast
  • Two first floor bedrooms, one with en-suite and a luxurious family bathroom
  • Impressive reception hall with inglenook
  • Second floor suite of two circular bedrooms, sitting room and bathroom
  • Intriguing circular kitchen/breakfast room and dining room
  • Long driveway with parking for ten plus cars
  • Spacious living room and first floor drawing room
  • Stable block, enclosed yard and summerhouse
  • Ground floor bedroom, shower room and utility (Potential annexe)
  • Gardens, grounds and two paddocks, in all just over two acres


A substantial equal portion of a Grade II Listed Oast offering flexible and extremely characterful accommodation, tucked away in a peaceful country setting with formal gardens, grounds and paddocks in excess of two acres.The Oasts was converted in the late 80’s and combined two circular Oasts with fifty percent of an adjoining barn, at the time one of the largest barns in East Hampshire. The whole dates back to the early 19th century and great thought and imagination went in to creating the accommodation as it now stands. The impressive reception hall has immense character with its large inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. The ground floor living room is of excellent size, as is the circular kitchen/breakfast room with its bespoke cherry wood units. The circular dining room has a double height ceiling. There is an inner hallway with a ground floor bedroom five, separate shower room and utility room, all of which could be combined to become a self-contained annexe. On the first floor there is a large drawing room with semi-vaulted ceiling. There is a master suite with en-suite bathroom and walk-in cupboard and a further double bedroom and a luxuriously appointed circular family bathroom. The second floor offers a sitting room and two circular bedrooms and a large bathroom.The property is approached by a long sweeping driveway. The formal gardens and grounds are laid to lawn with a small orchard and enclosed vegetable garden. There is a large post and rail paddock with water extending to over an acre with an adjoining stable yard with three stables, a feed store and a tack room. There is also a further smaller enclosed paddock. Adjoining the property, there is an area of sun terrace surrounded by colourful flowering borders, plus a timber summerhouse, currently in use as a gym/games room, with access to the enclosed stable yard at the rear. The property enjoys a high degree of privacy.


The Oasts occupies a mature and established location tucked away in the rural hamlet of Passfield with its Common and general store, the whole is surrounded by beautiful countryside where walking and cycling can be enjoyed. A network of bridle paths means that the hundreds of acres of both Ludshott and Bramshott Commons are easily accessible on horseback with the minimum of roadwork. Liphook is approximately two miles away with its facilities for day to day needs including a range of local shops, cafes and public houses. There is excellent golfing in the area including Liphook, Old Thorns and Hindhead Golf Clubs. Local Spas include Champneys and Old Thorns. The south coast is only half an hour’s drive away as is polo at Midhurst, horse racing and motor racing at Goodwood. The A3 offers easy access to Gatwick, Heathrow airport and Liphook mainline station offers fast and frequent trains to London Waterloo in just over the hour. Liphook has Infant, Junior and Secondary state schools. The Secondary School is currently rated as excellent by Ofsted. The area is also very well serviced for private education at both primary and secondary levels.



Clarke Gammon Liphook
2 Midhurst Road, Liphook, GU30 7ED

T: 01428 728900
5 Bedroom House

Liphook Road, Passfield, Liphook

Guide Price £1,485,000 - Sold STC