Sweetapples dates from the 17th Century and has a Grade II listing because of its special historical and architectural interest. Period features include two large inglenook fireplaces, exposed timbers, floor and wall beams, window seats and some pretty latched casement windows. Accommodation includes a kitchen/breakfast room with a four oven Aga, dining room, sitting room, conservatory, four bedrooms and a family bathroom. A garage is attached to the house and has potential for an office space. Doors from the conservatory lead onto the private, well stocked back garden and there is parking at the front for one car.
A romantic touch is added by the fact that that Sweetapple is the name of a family who lived in the village for hundreds of years. Amelia Sweetapple, the last of the villagers with a family connection, left in 1903. The cottage stands opposite the village green which was once owned by Glastonbury Abbey and the village was granted the right to hold a market there. Sweetapples is for sale with our Fordingbridge office with a guide price of £595,000.