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Trooper Bottom, Froxfield, Petersfield, GU32

2 bedroom house in Froxfield

Guide price £425,000 Freehold

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  • 2 bedrooms  |  family bathroom  |  sitting room  |  kitchen/breakfast room and parking. EPC Rating: "E" (39).

A pretty terrace cottage in a tucked away location having recently undergone major renovation works.

The property is a mid-terrace period cottage situated down an unmade track in the village of Froxfield. Having recently been subject to a major renovation project, the property now offers many conveniences that you would expect to find in a house of the 21st Century, yet retains many period features including exposed brickwork and timbers. With painted elevations under a tiled roof, the main accommodation is over two floors. The floorplan denotes the layout, but of particular note is the pretty sitting room with a wood-burner and a doorway leads to the kitchen which is fitted with matching floor and wall mounted units. On the first floor are two bedrooms and from the landing is a hatch to the loft. Outside, the house is approached by a parking area and there's a path to the front door. Across the access is a timber single garage which has seen better days. The garden lies to the rear of the house, on the north-west side, is mainly paved and is an ideal spot for a summer barbeque.

Directions
From our office proceed past the War Memorial to the end of the High Street and turn left into College Street. At the end of College Street turn left into Station Road and continue along the road, over the level crossing and at the roundabout, take the second exit into Bell Hill. Continue up Bell Hill and Stoner Hill for approximately 2.8 miles and then turn right into Honeycritch Lane. Proceed up the lane for a few hundred metres, taking the first track on the left hand side. The property is at the end of the track in a row of cottages.

Location
The property is situated in an elevated, rural and quiet location in a cluster of houses known as Trooper Bottom in the parish of Froxfield, nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park. The market town of Petersfield is less than four miles to the South/East. Petersfield offers 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 tunnel at Hindhead now provides congestion free travel north along the A3 to Guildford and London. The town has many active clubs and societies with golf available at Petersfield, Liphook and Midhurst, 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 Bohunt.

Services: To be confirmed by vendor. Shared private drainage.

Ref: AB/170144/1.

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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 terrace cottage in a tucked away location having recently undergone major renovation works.

The property is a mid-terrace period cottage situated down an unmade track in the village of Froxfield. Having recently been subject to a major renovation project, the property now offers many conveniences that you would expect to find in a house of the 21st Century, yet retains many period features including exposed brickwork and timbers. With painted elevations under a tiled roof, the main accommodation is over two floors. The floorplan denotes the layout, but of particular note is the pretty sitting room with a wood-burner and a doorway leads to the kitchen which is fitted with matching floor and wall mounted units. On the first floor are two bedrooms and from the landing is a hatch to the loft. Outside, the house is approached by a parking area and there's a path to the front door. Across the access is a timber single garage which has seen better days. The garden lies to the rear of the house, on the north-west side, is mainly paved and is an ideal spot for a summer barbeque.

Directions
From our office proceed past the War Memorial to the end of the High Street and turn left into College Street. At the end of College Street turn left into Station Road and continue along the road, over the level crossing and at the roundabout, take the second exit into Bell Hill. Continue up Bell Hill and Stoner Hill for approximately 2.8 miles and then turn right into Honeycritch Lane. Proceed up the lane for a few hundred metres, taking the first track on the left hand side. The property is at the end of the track in a row of cottages.

Location
The property is situated in an elevated, rural and quiet location in a cluster of houses known as Trooper Bottom in the parish of Froxfield, nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park. The market town of Petersfield is less than four miles to the South/East. Petersfield offers 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 tunnel at Hindhead now provides congestion free travel north along the A3 to Guildford and London. The town has many active clubs and societies with golf available at Petersfield, Liphook and Midhurst, 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 Bohunt.

Services: To be confirmed by vendor. Shared private drainage.

Ref: AB/170144/1.

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.

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