Property Information

Fantastic semi-detached house set in the heart of the private Preshaw Estate.

Entrance Hall & Cloakroom, Large Sitting Room, Impressive Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Dining Room, Master Bedroom En-Suite, Two Further Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Front & Rear Gardens, Garage, Driveway

The Property:
A smart semi-detached house of generous proportions set in this very special location. This property has been lovingly maintained, and boasts fantastic light and space. The ground floor is home to a wonderful sitting room which has a large brick-lined fireplace and wood burning stove. The kitchen/breakfast room is home to a range of traditional oak-fronted base and eye level units with integral oven, hob and fridge-freezer. The kitchen is open to the dining room, a lovely spacious area with ample room for a large table.

The first floor has three double bedrooms. The master is accompanied by a large en-suite, whilst the other two rooms are served by a family bathroom. Outside, the property enjoys well-tended gardens, driveway parking and a single garage.

The Location:
The hamlet of Preshaw is a privately owned country estate and is acclaimed as a unique environment in the heart of the South Downs National Park and beautiful Meon Valley. Approached via a private mile-long tree-lined drive, this property forms part of a conversion from the original Preshaw Estate and is one of a number of properties which have been imaginatively converted using reclaimed materials about 25 years ago.

Preshaw is a hidden gem historically recorded as one of the 'Four Jewels of Hampshire'. A classic English estate of 1,200 acres, Preshaw Estate is made up of parkland, woodland and fields. The main house is Grade II listed and is surrounded by twenty-five properties that were developed in 1994 from former barns, stables and cottages that served the house. The estate lies within an area of outstanding natural beauty, with a long-distance footpath, The Monarch's Way, bordering the estate.

The Georgian market town of Alresford provides local shopping. The Cathedral city of Winchester is about 8-miles away, and Petersfield 14-miles to the east, both offering mainline railway stations with services to London Waterloo (approximately 1-hour) together with a comprehensive range of retail, cultural and educational amenities. The market town of Bishop's Waltham lies within about 5-miles with a range of local shops and restaurants. The M3 motorway (J9) is about 6-miles away, enabling direct road access to central London and the M27 to the south. Cheriton Primary School and Perins Secondary School are the catchment area schools. There is also a good range of private schools in the area including Winchester College, St Swithun's, Twyford, Prince's Mead and The Pilgrims' School. There is also Peter Symonds Sixth Form College in Winchester.

Directions:
Leave Winchester via the A272 towards Petersfield. Pass the Matterly Bowl and Cheesefoot Head on your left-hand side and head downhill along a long straight road. At approximately half way along this road, turn right sign posted Warnford and Preshaw. At the crossroad, proceed straight over and continue for a little over a mile. At the next crossroad, proceed straight over and after about 250 yards turn right into Preshaw. Follow the drive and bear left at the first opportunity. Keep left, following the circular road in a clockwise fashion. The property will be found on the right-hand side, located adjacent to the neighbouring farmland.

Tenure:
Leasehold. 999-year lease commenced on 1st January 1993, leaving 972 years remaining. An estate charge £1,210.37 per annum is payable to Alexander Faulkner Partnership Limited for the up-keep of the private grounds.

Viewing:
Strictly by appointment through Belgarum Estate Agents (01962 844460).

Services:
Drainage by way of septic tank. All mains services are connected.

Council Tax:
Band F (rate for 2019/20 £2,475.63pa).