- Four storey Grade II * listed house
- Very large, enclosed and private grounds
- Three principle reception rooms
- Currently two bathrooms with scope to add more
- Seven bedrooms plus two further rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room - large, dry cellar
- Grounds approaching 3/4 acre
- Three garages incorporating workshop
- Self contained one bedroom house with courtyard
- Gas central heating - Vendor has found and ready to move!
An iconic, landmark Petersfield house, built circa 1625, and offering spacious and adaptable accommodation over four floors with very large, private grounds and triple garaging with additional self contained one bedroom house. Further information from Jacobs & Hunt, Petersfield.
An iconic, landmark Grade II* Listed Petersfield property, located in the town centre, that was originally built in the late 16th century with further additions throughout its history including a re-front in the early 18th century. The property also includes a self-contained, one bedroom house with courtyard garden.
The house was originally the Green Dragon Coaching Inn and then a brewing house with the manager's accommodation being attached to it. The 20th century saw 'Dragon House' used mainly as a Dentist's Surgery and it is now recognised as one of Petersfield's most respected and distinguished landmark houses having been converted to a family home in the 1980's.
Dragon House itself offers approximately 4000 square feet of living space, including the cellar, over four floors and a further 900 square feet in the attached, self-contained house, Dragon Cottage, which is about to have planning permission granted for an additional bedroom and bathroom. The workshop and double secured car port measure 630 square feet.
Perhaps the main feature of this extraordinary home are the substantial, private walled grounds approaching three quarters of an acre with a two-storey gazebo to the rear of the garden.
The house gains its Grade II * listed status from an original wooden fireplace and inset carved panels from the Charles II era in the kitchen.
Front door and inner hallway door leading to entrance hallway. Door on the left to a very large reception room, with door to small utility room, and from the hallway there is another door to the right leading to the drawing room with feature fireplace, with a further door leading to the dining room which gives access to the garden.
From the hallway there is access to the cellar which offers two rooms with light and power and on the ground floor is a good size kitchen/breakfast room with door to the garden. There is also a ground floor WC.
On the first floor are four principal bedrooms, family bathroom with a shower and a further Jack and Jill shower room shared between bedroom two and bedroom three. There is also a study that could be converted to an en-suite shower or dressing room as it is already connected to bedroom four.
The second floor offers two large bedrooms, a large single bedroom and a further room that could be converted to a bathroom.
The self-contained, two storey attached house has its own private front door and offers living room with dining area, large kitchen/breakfast room, rear hallway which is large enough for a study and ground floor period WC. The first floor offers a very large main bedroom with dressing area with brand new shower room. Planning is about to be granted for the addition of a second bedroom and bathroom. There is a doorway to the rear courtyard from the ground floor study area which can be kept private by a large metal gate, or it can be kept open so the garden of Dragon House can be accessed.
Dragon House rear garden has an easterly aspect but benefits from both southerly and westerly open aspects due to its size and nature. Measuring close to three quarters of an acre, the garden offers a high degree of privacy, being walled on three sides. Formal lawns and flower beds for the garden closest to the house, with a summer house and gate leading from the side of the property. The rear section of the gardens offers a large brick-built storage shed, extensive vegetable gardens with raspberries, blackcurrants and gooseberries and an orchard of fruit trees with pears and apples. At the very rear of the garden is a rarely seen two storey brick and wooden built gazebo.
The house offers gas central heating via a boiler which was replaced just 3 years ago, mains drainage, water and electricity. The self-contained house also has individual gas boiler and electrics.
Council Tax Band G - £3117 for Dragon House
Council Tax Band B - £1454 for Dragon Cottage
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