Holt End Lane
South facing cottage garden
HouseSimple is pleased to present this freehold light and airy 2 bedroom, semi-detached period cottage in the sought after village of Bentworth, which is offered without chain.
The property has a short private driveway beyond the double gates where it is possible to park two cars. There is a delightful cottage garden with numerous seating areas with outstanding views across open countryside.
There are two front entrances to this property. One is through the oak stable door which leads into the hall with quarry tiled floor and the other door leads into the boot room/porch which then enters the kitchen.
The kitchen has a Belling range with electric hob, concealed fridge and freezer, larder cupboard, slate floor and a Belfast sink where the rear countryside view can be enjoyed. It is possible to divide the kitchen and dining area by means of a dividing door in order to seperate the lounge area.
The light and welcoming lounge and dining area have leaded windows, parquet flooring throughout and a log burning stove within a brick hearth surround.
On the first floor this property has a front master bedroom with ajoining study room/dressing room which also contains a substantial storage area through a seperate door. The second rear bedroom contains a storage cupboard within the eaves. Both rooms enjoy far reaching countryside views.
The large airing cupboard is situated at the top of the stairs where there is also a hatch with built in ladder leading to the loft space with electric light.
The modernised bathroom has a shower above the bath,electric radiator, wood floor and stone tiling with built in cupboard below the sink.
The property also features a detached annexe currently used as a hobby room which also incorporates a shower room with heated towel rail, underfloor heating, W.C and a utility room housing white goods.
Oil central heating, double-glazed windows and private drainage.
Approximately 5 miles to Alton and 11 miles to Basingstoke both of which have stations serving London Waterloo. There are good links to Guildford, Reading and Winchester.
There is an excellent cosy public house in the village, church, garden club, primary school and cricket club. There are also many paths, lanes, meadows and bridleways to enjoy country walks and other outdoor pursuits.
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