A well presented mews house, forming part of the highly regarded Leydene Park development
THE PROPERTY 12 Leydene Park is a well presented mews house, forming part of the highly regarded Leydene Park development which is the conversion of an old country house dating from the early part of the last century. The internal accommodation offers well proportioned rooms with good ceiling heights and a real feeling of space and light. Behind the house there is an attractive garden which has been designed for ease of maintenance and features a series of outdoor rooms and adjacent to the property there is a garage and parking. One to be viewed to be truly appreciated.
OUTSIDE Adjacent to the house is the garage and at the front of this a parking area. Visitors parking is available on the drive that leads down to the mews. To the rear of the house there is an attractive landscaped garden, designed very much as an extension to the accommodation in the house, being made up of various outside rooms, including terraces on three levels, ideal for entertaining, and quieter private areas including a sunken pergola. The residents can use the communal areas of parkland together with the tennis courts that are available within the grounds of the estate. Approached via a separate staircase in the courtyard, steps lead down to a shared basement area where each property has a private secure cellar.
LOCATION Leydene Park is situated just over two miles south of the thriving village of East Meon which has two pubs, a church, a village shop and primary school together with a recreation ground and village hall. The popular market town of Petersfield is 7.5 miles away with a mainline station to London Waterloo and the A3 providing good regional transport links to Guildford and the M25 beyond, and the South Coast. Petersfield is particularly blessed with an excellent range of schools including Bedales, Churcher's College and Ditcham Park and there are many other state owned and independent schools in the wider area. The property sits in the heart of the South Downs National Park providing extensive recreational and leisure activities with much of the surrounding countryside being crisscrossed by footpaths and bridleways, including the South Downs Way which is located just to the north of the estate.