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Ashford Lane, Steep, GU32

4 bedroom house in Steep

Guide price £1,250,000 Freehold

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  • Four Bedrooms  |  Family Bathroom  |  Separate WC  |  Three Attic Rooms  |  Two Reception Rooms  |  Kitchen/Breakfast Room  |  2 Utility Rooms  |  Larder  |  Rear Lobby  |  Gardens  |  Paddock and Woodland. In all approximately 13.007 acres. EPC Rating: N/A.

A pretty period farmhouse requiring modernisation throughout, with approximately 13 acres of land.

Believed to originally date from the 17th Century, this pretty Grade II Listed farmhouse is a real gem. Having been owned and loved by the same family since the late 1920's, the property now requires moderisation throughout and offers an incoming purchaser an exciting opportunity to create something special. Unlike many houses of this age, the ceilings are deceptively high and the house has a wealth of period features throughout including exposed timbers and brickwork. The floorplan denotes the layout which you can see is principally over two floors plus there are three rooms in the attic. The gardens are truly delightful with a variety of trees, vegetable beds and there's even a former tennis court. The land adjoins the property on the eastern and southern boundaries of the garden and is predominantly paddock. There's a small stream or brook that runs down the valley into woodland. In all, the property lies in approximately 13.007 acres of land.

Directions
From our office in the High Street turn left at The War Memorial into College Street and then onto the one way system. When the road forks, turn left into Station Road, continue over the level crossing and at the roundabout take the second exit into Bell Hill. Proceed over the A3, up the hill passing the Cricketers Inn on the right and as you leave the village, bear right down Ashford Lane. Continue along the lane for approximately 0.9 mile and the drive to the farmhouse is situated on your right hand side, immediately after a pair of semi-detached cottages abutting the lane.

Location
The property is situated in a cluster of houses towards the fringes of Steep, off a country lane. The centre of the village is approximately 1.2 mile away where there is a pub, church, village school and Bedales School. Petersfield is situated approximately 2 1/2 miles to the south and is located centrally within The South Downs National Park. Petersfield offers a wide range of amenities including a train station, providing access to London Wateroo in a little over 1 hour. There is a Waitrose, Tesco and a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs in a bustling town centre. Petersfield and the surrounding area offers excellent schools including Bedales, Churcher's College and Ditcham Park and is conveniently located to provide access to the A3 with London to the north and Portsmouth and the coast, to the south. There are excellent recreational facilities in the area, with polo at Cowdray Park, racing at Goodwood, golf at Petersfield, Liphook and Cowdray Park, sailing and a theatre at Chichester.

Mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating and shared, private drainage.

Ref: AB/140191/1

Inside Petersfield

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In the area

Within commuting distance of London, this leafy historic market town is situated in the South Downs National Park. Small enough to maintain a community feel, and yet large enough to have a broad selection of high street stores, Petersfield also boasts great schools. Beyond the town, you'll find many unspoilt downland villages in rolling hills.

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A pretty period farmhouse requiring modernisation throughout, with approximately 13 acres of land.

Believed to originally date from the 17th Century, this pretty Grade II Listed farmhouse is a real gem. Having been owned and loved by the same family since the late 1920's, the property now requires moderisation throughout and offers an incoming purchaser an exciting opportunity to create something special. Unlike many houses of this age, the ceilings are deceptively high and the house has a wealth of period features throughout including exposed timbers and brickwork. The floorplan denotes the layout which you can see is principally over two floors plus there are three rooms in the attic. The gardens are truly delightful with a variety of trees, vegetable beds and there's even a former tennis court. The land adjoins the property on the eastern and southern boundaries of the garden and is predominantly paddock. There's a small stream or brook that runs down the valley into woodland. In all, the property lies in approximately 13.007 acres of land.

Directions
From our office in the High Street turn left at The War Memorial into College Street and then onto the one way system. When the road forks, turn left into Station Road, continue over the level crossing and at the roundabout take the second exit into Bell Hill. Proceed over the A3, up the hill passing the Cricketers Inn on the right and as you leave the village, bear right down Ashford Lane. Continue along the lane for approximately 0.9 mile and the drive to the farmhouse is situated on your right hand side, immediately after a pair of semi-detached cottages abutting the lane.

Location
The property is situated in a cluster of houses towards the fringes of Steep, off a country lane. The centre of the village is approximately 1.2 mile away where there is a pub, church, village school and Bedales School. Petersfield is situated approximately 2 1/2 miles to the south and is located centrally within The South Downs National Park. Petersfield offers a wide range of amenities including a train station, providing access to London Wateroo in a little over 1 hour. There is a Waitrose, Tesco and a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs in a bustling town centre. Petersfield and the surrounding area offers excellent schools including Bedales, Churcher's College and Ditcham Park and is conveniently located to provide access to the A3 with London to the north and Portsmouth and the coast, to the south. There are excellent recreational facilities in the area, with polo at Cowdray Park, racing at Goodwood, golf at Petersfield, Liphook and Cowdray Park, sailing and a theatre at Chichester.

Mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating and shared, private drainage.

Ref: AB/140191/1

Live like a local

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Within commuting distance of London, this leafy historic market town is situated in the South Downs National Park. Small enough to maintain a community feel, and yet large enough to have a broad selection of high street stores, Petersfield also boasts great schools. Beyond the town, you'll find many unspoilt downland villages in rolling hills.

Contact Petersfield

Winkworth Petersfield

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Latitude: 51.034384 Longitude: -0.941367