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East Meon, Hampshire

Sold | Guide Price £1,950,000

 

Description:

A fantastic family house in a great setting on the edge of the village

PROPERTY The house sits in a fantastic position on the edge of this highly regarded village with views over the surrounding Downland, whilst being within a couple of minutes' walk of the heart of the village. The house offers extremely well proportioned bright and airy accommodation on three floors, having been sympathetically extended and upgraded about 10 years ago. The accommodation provides a lot of flexibility with five reception rooms and a great kitchen/breakfast room. One to be viewed to be truly appreciated.

OUTSIDE A gravel drive leads to a good sized parking area and adjacent to this are the outbuildings. There is a two bay car barn with workshop to one side and with a loft room over and a log store to one side. Further down the drive there is a further double garage building currently used as a garden store. Surrounding the house are attractive formal gardens with terraces in places adjoining the house, with areas of lawn and herbaceous borders. The gardens are partially walled. Beyond the formal gardens there is a paddock together with an orchard and vegetable growing area with two greenhouses and a further large barn. The grounds total 2.32 acres.

LOCATION East Meon is a thriving village which has two pubs, a church, a village shop and primary school, together with a modern recreation ground and village hall. The popular market town of Petersfield is 5 miles away and has a mainline station with services to London Waterloo in just over an hour and this is also where you can access the A3, which provides good regional links to Guildford and the M25 beyond, and the South Coast. The area is particularly blessed with an excellent range of schools including Bedales, Churchers College and Ditcham Park together with The Petersfield School and Bohunt in the state sector. The village sits in the heart of the South Downs National Park providing extensive recreational and leisure activities and The South Downs Way runs to the south of the village. The larger regional centres of Winchester which has many good schools as well, Guildford and Chichester are all within reasonable driving distance as are the harbours and creeks of the South Coast.



Services: Mains drainage, water and electricity, oil fired boiler providing hot water and central heating via underfloor system on the ground floor and radiators on the upper floors.

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