Lower Common, Eversley

Guide Price £825,000 SOLD STC

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Description
An individual detached family home designed and constructed to the current owners specification and located in a delightful semi rural environment with an outlook over paddocks to the rear.

Location Eversley is a village and civil parish in the Hart District of North East Hampshire, 13 miles North East of Basingstoke with its northern boundary formed by the River Blackwater. Eversley means 'Wild Boar Clearing' and the boar is the symbol of the village, as shown on the village sign. The parish contains a number of hamlets: Eversley Village (sometimes called Eversley Street), Eversley Centre, Eversley Cross, Lower Common and Up Green. The author Charles Kingsley (The Water Babies and Westward Ho!) was rector of the parish for 35 years and is buried in the church yard of St Mary's Church.

The village has good amenities with a village shop, four public houses, a church and a primary school (Charles Kingsley's School). There are cricket and football teams with Eversley Cricket Club being one of the oldest in Hampshire, a river and some wonderful countryside.

The Property This stunning detached family house is situated in a semi rural setting with beautiful country views and has been finished to an extremely high standard and tastefully decorated throughout. On entering the property you are welcomed into a spacious entrance hall from which solid wood flooring flows through much of the ground floor.

The accommodation has been well planned and presents three reception rooms which includes a study, fitted with a comprehensive range of home office furniture, a generous lounge with a wood burning stove and soft carpeting to create a comfortable relaxing space and a large family room and dining area with an open plan view to the kitchen. This spacious open plan room is perfect for both the family and for entertaining as there are two sets of double doors to the to the garden, skylights to the vaulted ceiling to allow for a flood of natural light, a wood burning stove and delightful views out to the countryside beyond.

The stunning kitchen is well appointed with quality cabinets, granite work tops and integrated appliances that include two double ovens, a five ring gas hob and two ring induction hob. Adjacent to the kitchen is a useful utility room with space and plumbing for laundry appliances, a door to the side of the property where there is an outside hot water tap and from the utility there is also a door to a downstairs cloakroom.

An oak staircase rises to the first floor landing. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms with the master bedroom benefitting from a luxury en suite shower room. The second bedroom has 'Jack and Jill' doors to the main family bathroom that is also fitted to a very standard and features a large shower, twin wash hand basins, a bath, low level W.C. and floor and wall tiling.

The Grounds A gated drive provides plenty of parking to the property and to the side is a further gate leading to a second parking area and through to the large rear garden with a patio, lawn and wonderful views from the rear boundary over fields and countryside beyond.

Energy Efficiency Rating Current: C | Potential: B.

Agents Note Planning permission has been granted for the erection of a detached garage. For further information visit www.hart.gov.co.uk planning reference no 15/02066/HOU.
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RG27 8PE, Hampshire

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