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Quebec, West Harting, Petersfield, GU31

5 bedroom house in West Harting

Guide price £1,100,000 Freehold

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  • Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room  |  4 Further Bedrooms  |  First Floor Family Bathroom  |  Drawing Room  |  Dining Room  |  Study  |  Family Room  |  Kitchen/Breakfast Room  |  Utility Room  |  Ground Floor Family Bathroom  |  Attached Garage and Separate Detached Single Garage  |  Gardens and Woodland. In all  |  approximately 1.307 acres. EPC Rating: "D" (64).

Situated in a delightful semi-rural spot with fantastic views, a detached house with approximately 1.307 acres of land.

Believed to originally date from approximately 1800 with additions in the 1960's, the property is built with brick and part clad elevations under a slate roof. The current owners have lived in the house for 24 years and you can see why they have been so settled for so long. The house offers deceptively spacious split-level accommodation as can be seen within the floorplan. The double aspect sitting room is a fabulous room for all seasons, with two sets of double doors leading outside, ideal for the summer parties and an open fire for those cold winters evenings. To the front of the house is an area of lawn to the left of which is a shingle drive with ample parking leading to an attached garage. The main garden lies to the rear, is tiered and is predominantly laid to lawn with a variety of mature borders. There is a small area of woodland on a slope and in all, the property sits in approximately 1.307 acres of land. A viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate the space and accommodation the property offers along with the views and quiet position in which it lies.

Directions
From Petersfield, proceed along Sussex Road (B2146) towards South Harting and after approximately 3 miles, turn left signed to West Harting. Proceed up the lane taking the first turning on the left and in the centre of West Harting, bear right towards Rogate and Ryefield. Continue along the lane and after passing Collins Lane on your right, the property is the next house on your right hand side.

Location
The property is situated in an elevated spot in West Harting approximately 1.7 mile to the north of South Harting where there are two churches, a primary school, shop and pub. The property is nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park which provides excellent rural pursuits. Further amenities can be found in Petersfield, approximately 3.5 miles to the north-west offering a variety of amenities in a bustling town centre. Shops include Waitrose, M&S Food, Tesco and there are numerous boutiques, cafes and further shops. The train station provides a direct service to London Waterloo to the north (in approximately an hour) and Portsmouth to the south. The town has many active clubs and societies with golf available at Petersfield and Liphook, horse and motor racing at Goodwood, Polo at Cowdray Park and sailing along the south coast. There are many excellent schools in the area including Churcher's College, Bedales, Ditcham Park, King Edward's School in Witley, Charterhouse and The Petersfield School.

Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage and oil fired central heating.

Ref: AB/170159/2.

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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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Situated in a delightful semi-rural spot with fantastic views, a detached house with approximately 1.307 acres of land.

Believed to originally date from approximately 1800 with additions in the 1960's, the property is built with brick and part clad elevations under a slate roof. The current owners have lived in the house for 24 years and you can see why they have been so settled for so long. The house offers deceptively spacious split-level accommodation as can be seen within the floorplan. The double aspect sitting room is a fabulous room for all seasons, with two sets of double doors leading outside, ideal for the summer parties and an open fire for those cold winters evenings. To the front of the house is an area of lawn to the left of which is a shingle drive with ample parking leading to an attached garage. The main garden lies to the rear, is tiered and is predominantly laid to lawn with a variety of mature borders. There is a small area of woodland on a slope and in all, the property sits in approximately 1.307 acres of land. A viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate the space and accommodation the property offers along with the views and quiet position in which it lies.

Directions
From Petersfield, proceed along Sussex Road (B2146) towards South Harting and after approximately 3 miles, turn left signed to West Harting. Proceed up the lane taking the first turning on the left and in the centre of West Harting, bear right towards Rogate and Ryefield. Continue along the lane and after passing Collins Lane on your right, the property is the next house on your right hand side.

Location
The property is situated in an elevated spot in West Harting approximately 1.7 mile to the north of South Harting where there are two churches, a primary school, shop and pub. The property is nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park which provides excellent rural pursuits. Further amenities can be found in Petersfield, approximately 3.5 miles to the north-west offering a variety of amenities in a bustling town centre. Shops include Waitrose, M&S Food, Tesco and there are numerous boutiques, cafes and further shops. The train station provides a direct service to London Waterloo to the north (in approximately an hour) and Portsmouth to the south. The town has many active clubs and societies with golf available at Petersfield and Liphook, horse and motor racing at Goodwood, Polo at Cowdray Park and sailing along the south coast. There are many excellent schools in the area including Churcher's College, Bedales, Ditcham Park, King Edward's School in Witley, Charterhouse and The Petersfield School.

Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage and oil fired central heating.

Ref: AB/170159/2.

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.

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