3 Bedroom Detached House Sold
Idyllic character home believed to have been built in the 18th
century, set within grounds approaching half an acre, with
southerly facing gardens. There is also an additional paddock
amounting to 0.7 of an acre and a range of ancillary buildings. The property is presented over three floors and the accommodation provides scope to extend and add two further bedrooms on the third floor STPP. This beautiful home seamlessly blends modern living with the forever tasteful backdrop of ancient beams and inglenook
fireplaces. A must see.
A covered front porch, with a solid oak door leads to the reception/dining hall, which enjoys a beamed ceiling, open fireplace (currently not in use), a corner inglenook with a bressummer beam above and oak strip flooring.
A latch door opens to the rear entrance hallway, where there is a beautiful solid oak staircase which rises to the first floor, with cloaks storage and a broom cupboard under the stairs. Fired earth tiling provides an attractive finish and the hallway provides access to the double garage/workshop and rear garden.
The kitchen/breakfast room enjoys beamed ceilings and a brick fireplace. There is a Neff four ring gas hob and a range of floor and wall mounted oak finished units with coordinating worktops, which extend into a peninsula style breakfast bar. The room is finished with a quarry tiled floor and there is ample space for a breakfast table.
The utility room lies adjacent and can be accessed from the rear entrance hallway. There is space and plumbing for laundry appliances, a dishwasher, shelving, further storage with worktops over and an inset single drainer sink.
The sitting room has an inviting inglenook fireplace with a bressummer beam above and a Vermont Casting Co Encore wood burning stove. Windows overlook the front garden, lane, rear garden and patio. An oak latched door leads through to the triple aspect garden room, with French doors to the adjoining patio and rear garden. The room is fitted with hardwood bookshelves and there is a trap door to the wine cellar, with built in racking.
The heritage style family bathroom completes the ground floor and is entered via a solid oak door. The white suite comprises of a wash hand basin, WC, panelled bath with shower attachment and a fully tiled shower cubicle, with Aqualisa thermostatic shower valve. The room is kept warm by a heated towel rail and there is a pivoting mirror and shaving mirror.
The first-floor landing features a beamed ceiling and offers access to the surrounding rooms and staircase to the 2nd floor attic rooms.
There are three bedrooms, with bedroom one having a dual aspect, with a hardwood custom built wardrobes and storage cupboards built with louvre doors and further eaves storage. Bedroom two has a Westerly aspect and a deep recessed area ideal for fitted wardrobes. All bedrooms are serviced by the
The attic rooms enjoy exposed roof timbers, with attic room two having access into the eave's storage. Both rooms have a window to each end of the house.
Located within the sought after hamlet of Blashford about 1.5 miles north of the Avon Valley market town of Ringwood. Ringwood
provides an excellent range of local amenities including schools for all ages, shopping and recreational facilities plus healthcare. The A31 dual carriageway gives fast road access to the major centres of Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch and also links the M3 and M27 motorways for Southampton, Winchester and London. For recreational purposes, Moors Valley and The New Forest offer thousands of acres of moor, heath and woodland for walking and equestrian enthusiasts.
The property is set within secluded and picturesque surroundings and is approached via a private road. Low brick walling with timber railings border the front garden which is laid to lawn and well stocked with flowers and shrubs. There is side access to the rear garden and an expansive blockwork paviour driveway allowing generous parking, which leads to an open area for further parking, where there is a detached double garage and workshop, with twin up and over doors, power and light. A slingsby ladder provides access into the attic storage space above.
The rear garden is very well established with a wide range of flowering plants and shubs. The workshop is attached to a potting shed and immediately to the side of the workshop and in front of the potting shed is a paved patio area, with enjoyable views of the rear garden, which offers a large expanse of lawn with an enjoyable array of shrubs and trees. A paved patio adjoins the house and there are further patio areas dotted around the garden.
Opposite the house is an enclosed paddock with power and water supply amounting to 0.7 of an acre, with a double width blockwork paviour apron, with parking and access into the paddock via a five-bar gate. There is also an enclosed inner paddock area, all of which are suitable for sheep and goats but not so for horses, ponies and donkeys. Ancillary outbuildings include a tractor store, Marley garage, feed room, with an open barn/storage area and a brick sheep shelter with tiled a roof.
Agents Note: the property is not suitable for equines due to the presence of sycamore trees around the perimeter.
No EPC available for this property
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