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Buriton, Hampshire

Sold | Guide Price £795,000

 

Description:

A wonderfully individual former Hopkiln with roof terrace in a discreet position in this unspoilt downland village.

THE PROPERTY Hoploft House is a substantial portion of a period Hop Kiln, converted in the early 1980's into three properties set on a country lane within the hidden rural heart of the village and within a conservation area. The interior space is arranged over three floors which can flex according to family needs. The lower ground level has a large open plan kitchen dining room with high ceilings and provides practical day to day space, plus access to utility room, back door and downstairs toilet; the sitting room has an open fireplace. The three principal bedrooms are on the first floor, one with en suite shower room and one bedroom with a south facing balcony. The second floor has a spacious and slightly vaulted studio room which can flex as a cinema, study, studio or as an overflow 4th bedroom with access to the wonderful roof terrace (with garden shed).





OUTSIDE The roof terrace is a wonderful private sun trap and even has its own "roof shed". The well stocked and landscaped mainly walled garden is offset from the house discreetly located behind the garage block and provides a private and sheltered haven, with vegetable area, lawn, areas to sit and relax in, with views over the valley behind and a door into the rear of the garage block. We understand the drive is owned by Hoploft House with reserved rights of access for six neighbours. There is a block of three garages, the right hand pair of which is owned by Hoploft House.

LOCATION Buriton is a thriving community in the heart of The South Downs National Park, adjacent to The Queen Elizabeth Country Park and has two pubs, a primary school, village hall and recreation ground as well as a large village pond. Petersfield and its comprehensive range of facilities including Waitrose and a mainline station with train services to London Waterloo in around an hour, is 3.4 miles away. The area has an excellent range of Independent and State schools including Churcher's College, Bedales, Ditcham Park and The Petersfield School (TPS).



The A3 provides good regional transport links to the M25 and beyond and the larger centres of Portsmouth, Guildford and Chichester are all within reasonable driving distance, as are the harbours and creeks of the South Coast. There are a wide number of footpaths and bridleways in the surrounding area including The South Downs Way and The Sussex Border Path. The Hangers Way is also directly accessible from a public footpath which runs along part of the drive and exits beyond the parking area into an adjoining field and The Hangers Way.

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