High Street, East Meon, Petersfield

For Sale

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  • Grade II Listed four bedroom detached character home
  • Sitting room with fireplace
  • Family room with wood burner
  • Study with under floor heating
  • Garden room with WC
  • Right in the heart of East Meon village and South Downs National Park
  • Beautifully appointed kitchen/dining room with bi-fold doors
  • Opportunity for parking STPP. Pleant of available local parking
  • Lovely gardens with full width terrace
  • No onward chain!

Charming and characterful renovated four bedroom period detached house that has been sympathetically modernised, situated in the heart of East Meon, just a few minutesd rive from Petersfield. Further from Jacobs & Hunt Petersfield.

This delightful period four bedroom detached home is situated in the very heart of the village of East Meon, in the South Downs National Park. Dating from the 1690's with later additions and sympathetic renovation with the kitchen and bathrooms, this spacious Grade II Listed family home has plenty of charm and character and offers great family accommodation in one of Hampshire's most diserable villages.

There is the option additional private off road parking and there is plenty of on street parking adjacent to the property.

All the rooms are of an excellent size and the house has a very generous square footage of over 2200.

The house is brought to the market in excellent internal order, having undergone extensive works by the current owners and benefits form a wonderful, enclosed south facing garden and full width terrace.

Accommodation comprises;

Entrance hall opening to a spacious double aspect sitting room with magnificent working inglenook fireplace and traditional beams.

To the far side of the house is a separate family room with the benefit of a wood burning stove.

The kitchen/dining room is a real feature has been well fitted with a range of units, including a practical and attractive island unit, and double bi-folding doors opening to the south facing terrace and delightful rear garden.

Study, with electric underfloor heating, and there is a separate Garden Room with WC.
To the far side of the house is a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine. Recently fitted cloakroom with walk-in shower and W.C.

The cottage has three staircases with the main staircase leading to a first floor landing, the very large master bedroom with a large walk in wardrobe, and a second double bedroom and a contemporary bath/shower room adjacent with under floor heating.

A second staircase leads from the far side of the house off the kitchen/dining room to a large double bedroom and while another staircase leads from the ground floor hallway, which has a large ground floor shower room, to another large first floor bedroom.

There is secondary glazing to most of the front windows, night storage heating to most rooms in addition to the log burner, open working fireplace and underfloor heating in the office. The chimney pots have been changed at vast expense for the thatched roof as well as there being the addition of phoenix thatch fire alarms.

Outside, the south facing garden lies to the rear of the cottage with an attractive paved terrace and is imaginatively laid out on several levels with established plants, shrubs and trees and a small vegetable area. Street parking as available or the option to add parking STPP.

The house was re-thatched in 2014 by Lyle Morgans (local thatcher) with 'Dorset model' (fire blanket under thatch).
Renovation and rebuild of both chimneys including new flues, and brick by brick rebuild of the chimney stack and replacement of flashings, whilst the west wall was completely re-built by conservation builders with new green oak timbers, and replastered.

The 'newer' part of the house was converted in 2011 and offers Mercury oven with gas hob, Neptune kitchen, LittleJohns fitted bathroom.
A new sewer and water drainage system was installed to connect to the mains water.
The roof was also completely rebuilt with modern insulation when this side was converted.

The whole house was repainted by a conservation registered decorating firm in 2018 using breathable 'keim' paint to the exterial walls.
In short, it was an extensive rennovation.

Council Tax Band - F - £2930 per annum

Mains water and drainage, no gas, electric only. There is bottled gas for the cooker.

No onward chain.

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