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North Lane, Buriton, GU31

2 bedroom house

Guide price £450,000 Freehold

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  • Master Bedroom  |  Bathroom  |  Guest Bedroom with En suite Shower Room  |  Sitting Room  |  Dining Room  |  Kitchen  |  Hall  |  Gardens with Summer House and Off Street Parking. EPC Rating: N/A.

A pretty semi-detached period cottage situated in this picturesque village setting, with delightful gardens and off street parking.

The property is a deceptively spacious Grade II Listed thatched cottage with stone elevations and accommodation arranged over two floors. Improvements have been made to the house over recent years to ensure many 21st Century conveniences you would expect to find in a modern home, yet retaining the charm and period features of a cottage of this age. On entering the property is a hall with doors leading to the sitting room and kitchen. The sitting room has a window to the front, a woodburner and an arch leads to the double aspect dining room with built in cupboards and doors lead to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with matching floor and wall mounted units under solid wood work surfaces and there is an integrated oven and gas hob, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher. The guest bedroom has an aspect to the rear garden and its own en suite shower room with WC and wash hand basin. On the first floor is the master bedroom, landing and bathroom. Both bedrooms benefit from built in storage. An internal viewing is strongly recommended. Outside, the property is approached by a pedestrian path leading to the front of the property. The garden lies to the rear and side of the property and is a particular feature of the cottage. Predominantly laid to lawn there are a number of mature apple trees and flowering shrubs. Situated towards one corner of the garden is a pretty summer house which benefits from power and lighting and a separate timber shed, ideal for storage. There is a private parking area in which are two spaces for the property.

Directions
From Petersfield, proceed in a southerly direction down The Causeway. At the roundabout linking to the A3, turn left towards Buriton and follow the country lane into the village. Continue through the centre of the village passing the village pond on the right and into North Lane. The property can be found after a couple of hundred metres on your left, as the road bends to the right.

Location
The property is situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Buriton. Buriton boasts a number of village amenities including a nursery school, primary school, a village church, a village hall, two public houses and a village pond. Further amenities can be found in Petersfield, approximately 3 miles to the North where there is a bustling town centre. Shops include Tesco, Waitrose, M&S Food, and there are numerous boutiques, cafes and further shops. The station provides a 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, The Petersfield School, and King Edward's School in Witley.

Services: Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.

Ref: AB/170090/2

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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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A pretty semi-detached period cottage situated in this picturesque village setting, with delightful gardens and off street parking.

The property is a deceptively spacious Grade II Listed thatched cottage with stone elevations and accommodation arranged over two floors. Improvements have been made to the house over recent years to ensure many 21st Century conveniences you would expect to find in a modern home, yet retaining the charm and period features of a cottage of this age. On entering the property is a hall with doors leading to the sitting room and kitchen. The sitting room has a window to the front, a woodburner and an arch leads to the double aspect dining room with built in cupboards and doors lead to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with matching floor and wall mounted units under solid wood work surfaces and there is an integrated oven and gas hob, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher. The guest bedroom has an aspect to the rear garden and its own en suite shower room with WC and wash hand basin. On the first floor is the master bedroom, landing and bathroom. Both bedrooms benefit from built in storage. An internal viewing is strongly recommended. Outside, the property is approached by a pedestrian path leading to the front of the property. The garden lies to the rear and side of the property and is a particular feature of the cottage. Predominantly laid to lawn there are a number of mature apple trees and flowering shrubs. Situated towards one corner of the garden is a pretty summer house which benefits from power and lighting and a separate timber shed, ideal for storage. There is a private parking area in which are two spaces for the property.

Directions
From Petersfield, proceed in a southerly direction down The Causeway. At the roundabout linking to the A3, turn left towards Buriton and follow the country lane into the village. Continue through the centre of the village passing the village pond on the right and into North Lane. The property can be found after a couple of hundred metres on your left, as the road bends to the right.

Location
The property is situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Buriton. Buriton boasts a number of village amenities including a nursery school, primary school, a village church, a village hall, two public houses and a village pond. Further amenities can be found in Petersfield, approximately 3 miles to the North where there is a bustling town centre. Shops include Tesco, Waitrose, M&S Food, and there are numerous boutiques, cafes and further shops. The station provides a 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, The Petersfield School, and King Edward's School in Witley.

Services: Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.

Ref: AB/170090/2

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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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