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Kings Somborne, Hampshire

Sold | Guide Price £950,000



A large period family house sitting in gardens of 0.76 acres, sitting on the edge of this well regarded Hampshire village

THE PROPERTY Riverside Cottage is an attractive 19th Century village house extended then we believe in the 1950's, offering well proportioned and flexible accommodation. There is a nice sized sitting room with a large garden room adjacent and then two further reception rooms and a kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor, whilst upstairs there is a master suite and guest suite together with three other bedrooms and a family bathroom. Two of the bedrooms are currently open to each other and can be independently accessed if required as there are two staircases. The house sits in pretty gardens of about 0.76 acres and there are some useful outbuildings. There is potential to build another dwelling in the garden and please see the note at the end of the brochure for further information. In all a rare chance to acquire a good sized family house in this ever popular village and an early appointment to view is strongly recommended.

OUTSIDE A gravel drive leads up to the house where there is extensive parking and to then rear of the house where there is the garage and workshop building. The gardens are made up of large open areas of lawn with a number of mature trees and shrubs, with views over fields to the rear. In one corner of the garden there is also a useful large garden store.

LOCATION The Property lies a short distance from the centre of this highly regarded Hampshire village which has a good range of facilities including a pub, a primary school and two village shops. The village is located about 2.5 miles to the south of the small town of Stockbridge which has most facilities including a very good selection of pubs and restaurants. For a comprehensive range of shopping, sport and leisure facilities together with a mainline station with train services to London Waterloo, Winchester is 9.7 miles to the east. There is an alternative railway station at Andover 11 miles to the north. There are lots of footpaths and bridleways in the area providing is great scope for both riding and walking and the harbours and creeks of the south coast are under half an hours drive to the south.

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