A stunning five bedroomed detached house in a beautiful rural location, set within a plot of over four acres of mainly south facing grounds. The house built in 1993, offers generous and flexible living space, set off a spacious reception hall, and there are 5 double bedrooms, 2 of which having an en-suite. With a number of additional outhouses and recreational facilities.
Entering the property, immediately to the right is the large triple aspect sitting room with an Inglenook fireplace. Off the hall is also the large dining room which has been extended, and has a partially glazed roof with a conservatory area allowing plenty of light in to the room. The French doors give direct access to the garden. There is a generous kitchen/breakfast room with a large Aga and a larder. A study room, utility, and cloakroom completes the ground floor space.
The first floor sees five well-proportioned bedrooms, two of which have en-suite bath/shower rooms and a separate modern family bathroom. There is further accommodation on a second floor that offers a flexible space that could be used as a further reception room or could equally be used as an additional bedroom.
The attractive outside space of over 4 acres is mainly level and predominantly south facing. Well maintained with a patioed seating area that offers countryside views overlooking the grounds and beyond; and ideal space for entertaining. There is a good mix of lawned areas, formal gardens and plenty of well stocked borders, along with a pretty summer house and a large vegetable patch. The grounds offer plenty of flexibility for recreational use, and include two paddocks to the very rear of the garden, with a field shelter, two stable boxes, garden store and a gate offering access to the road. There is also a double garage with large space above.
Newton Valence is a rural village set within an area of outstanding natural beauty in the South Downs National Park, offering plenty of opportunities for country walking and other outdoor pursuits. Close to Selborne which has a village store, a popular village public house, a village hall and primary school. The Towns of Alton and Petersfield being slightly further afield offer a larger selection of shops, conveniences and good secondary and further education in the form of both state and independent schools. The nearest train station in Liss, being 4.5 miles away and has direct links to London Waterloo.
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