Ashwells are delighted to offer this Grade ll listed period cottage constructed of white washed brick and flint with thatched roof within a conservation area in the village of Thruxton.
Yew Tree Cottage provides well presented and sensibly proportioned accommodation with many character features including inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. This family home is set amongst spectacular gardens, offers four double bedrooms, summer house, double garage and driveway parking.
An internal viewing is highly recommended as properties of this quality rarely come to the market.
Nestled in the heart of the picturesque and sought-after village of Hatherden, Graham & Co are delighted to offer for sale this impressive four bedroom detached family home which has been extensively upgraded by the present owners using high quality fittings.
The property is approached via an entrance hall with oak flooring leading to living room with Jetmaster open fire and double glazed French doors to rear garden, study/playroom with views to front and inner lobby/boot room leading to cloakroom. The dining room has oak flooring and double glazed French doors to rear garden, the impressive fitted kitchen by Shastons of Winchester has oak fronted units, polished granite worktops and integral appliances to include fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and range cooker, double glazed French doors leading to rear garden.
To the first floor there are four double bedrooms with the master having walk-in wardrobes and en-suite shower room, an impressive family bathroom with built-in TV. Outside the gardens are set on three sides of the property with the front having electric gates leading to detached double car barn, the remainder of the garden laid to lawn with path to front door. The side garden has low brick and flint wall surrounding with specimen tree and flower and shrub beds. The rear garden is enclosed by wall and fencing, circular patio area leading to lawn with flower and shrub beds, outside lighting.
A period detached house situated on the edge of the popular village of Thruxton in north west Hampshire. The property is believed to have ben constructed in 1850 of colour washed walls under a tiled roof, set with predominately wooden casement windows. Offering scope for the purchasers to put their own mark on the property.
The accommodation comprises on the ground floor a double aspect living room with original cornicing and an open fire with brick hearth, dining room with feature ( sealed ) fireplace. The kitchen was added in 2003 with a range of eye and base units, double oven, dishwasher and fridge, utility room with space for fridge/freezer and washing machine. To the first floor is a galleried landing, double aspect master bedroom with built in wardrobes and en suite bathroom, 3 further bedrooms, one currently used as an office and family bathroom.
The property is approached via a herringbone paving driveway leading to the double garage with electric door. The garden is mainly to the front and laid to lawn, interspersed with flower and shrub borders and rockery. Stepping stones lead to the front door.
Police arrested a man after being caught over the limit and drug driving while passing by the railway station yesterday (Thursday, Valentine's day)