3 Bedroom Detached House


The Dene, Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hampshire

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FOR SALE £475,000

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  • Sought after location
  • Detached Property
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Garden & Parking

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    Summary

    A pretty turn of the century cottage situated in this highly sought after village. The property has been extended and upgraded to include kitchen / breakfast room, utility / pantry, sitting room, dining room, three bedrooms and bathroom. The property has generous gardens that include a patio for outside dining and entertaining, vegetable growing area and off road parking.

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    A pretty turn of the century cottage situated in this highly sought after village. The property has been extended and upgraded to include kitchen / breakfast room, utility / pantry, sitting room, dining room, three bedrooms and bathroom. The property has generous gardens that include a patio for outside dining and entertaining, vegetable growing area and off road parking.

    Hurstbourne Tarrant

    The property is situated along the main village road, just up from the centre of the village. Hurstbourne Tarrant lies within the Bourne Valley; an area of outstanding natural beauty and conservation area. The village has a thriving community and provides a local convenience store, award winning tea room, primary school which was rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted in 2015, community hall and parish church. The village pub offers fine dining with local and seasonal dishes and guest accommodation. A Post Office can be found a couple of miles along the valley in the neighbouring village of St Mary Bourne. The surrounding countryside offers a multitude of highways and byways and woodland walks. The market town of Andover is a little over 6 miles and offers a twice weekly market, along with educational and leisure facilities. Once a month Andover's High Street is packed with a wide range of stalls as part of the popular Andover Farmers' and Crafts Market. Here you will find a wide range of locally produced fresh and seasonal food and drink as well as artisan arts and crafts. A mainline railway station can be found at both Whitchurch and Andover and provides fast services to London Waterloo or the West.   Salisbury, Winchester, Newbury and Basingstoke are all within half an hour’s drive, as well as excellent road links to London, the South Coast and the West Country.  There is a good selection of private schools in the surrounding area as well as the renowned Peter Symonds College in nearby Winchester.

    Accommodation

    Storm porch with glass panelled front door leading to;

    Entrance Hall

    Stairs to first floor with cupboard under, coat hanging space to side with cupboard over, electric meters, radiator, wooden floor.

    Sitting Room

    Double glazed sash window to front, open tiled fireplace with log burner, radiator, patio doors to rear garden.

    Dining / Snug Room

    Double glazed sash window to front, open fireplace with inset log burner, tiled surround and hearth and timber mantelpiece; decorative dado rail, radiator, door to kitchen.

    Side Entrance Porch

    Velux style window, door to side, door to breakfast room

    Kitchen

    Double glazed sash window to side, fitted with a range of black gloss base units and drawers with contrasting wooden work surfaces over, inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with chrome swan neck mixer tap, built in electric oven with four ring calor gas hob and stainless steel extractor over, complementary tiled surrounds, wall mounted shelving and pan rack, down lighting, space for tall free standing fridge freezer, ceramic tiled flooring with electric under floor heating, radiator, door to utility, open plan to breakfast area;

    Breakfast Area

    Two double glazed sash windows to side, French doors to rear garden, ceramic tiled flooring with electric under floor heating, down lighting, radiator.

    Utility Room / Pantry

    Window to rear, space and plumbing for appliances, wall mounted shelving.

    Rear Lobby

    Door to outside.

    First Floor

    Landing

    Double glazed sash window to front, access to loft, radiator, shelving for linen.

    Bedroom One

    Two double glazed sash windows to side, two radiators.

    Bedroom Two

    Double glazed sash window to front, feature cast iron fireplace, radiator,

    Bedroom Three

    Double glazed sash window to front, feature cast iron fireplace, radiator.

    Family Bathroom

    Obscured double glazed sash window to rear, four piece suite comprising; panel enclosed bath with mixer tap, low level W.C, pedestal wash basin, glazed shower cubicle with mixer shower and separate hand held shower attachment, part tiled surrounds, down lighting, chrome heated towel radiator, vinyl flooring, radiator, cupboard housing electric boiler for hot water and central heating.

    Outside

    The property is approached from the main village road, partly enclosed with a dwarf brick wall with decorative railings and a wrought iron gate that leads you to the front door. The garden extends to both sides of the property, laid to lawn with flower beds and planted with shrubs and trees. A paved patio extends out from the kitchen and provides good space for outside dining and entertaining. Steps lead up to a dedicated vegetable garden with raised vegetable beds, garden/potting shed and beyond you will find off road parking for several vehicles. Enclosed with hedging and trees.

    Tenure: Freehold

    Services: Mains water, private drainage via septic tank, mains electric.

    Local Authority: Test Valley Borough Council BAND E.

    Agents Note; Planning has been approved to create a downstairs shower room and utility room off the kitchen.

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