A beautifully extended and presented 4-bedroom family home which has undergone significant improvement by the current owners and is situated in the highly regarded village of Medstead, accessed via five bar gates to the front, with parking for 3 cars and a double garage.
A high quality Meranti wooden front door opens into an entrance hall with beautiful engineered oak flooring and through to the stunning kitchen/diner with underfloor heating, custom built oak breakfast bar with LED downlighting, and a range of contemporary white cabinets with built in induction hob. Accessible from the kitchen is the double garage with a Horman space-saving sectional electric door with remote controls.
The hallway leads to further reception rooms including a rear aspect living room with log burning stove and direct access onto the patio, a dining room with bay windows and a study ideal for working from home. Completing the ground floor is a WC and large utility room, with access out onto the garden.
Stairs lead up to four good size bedrooms, the master bedroom featuring a range of fitted wardrobes with a hidden door leading into the en-suite shower room, which features a handy Jack and Jill entrance to bedroom three. Bedroom three also offers fitted wardrobes . Moving along the open landing with space for play or study this leads to bedroom two together with an en-suite bathroom, and bedroom four with a fitted wardrobe and drawers. There is a further separate bathroom.
The private South facing rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn and feature a long life composite decked area, ideal for outdoor entertaining. There is also a wood store and handy side access to the front of the property.
Medstead is warm and very friendly Hampshire village, surrounded by stunning countryside, but for added peace of mind given the private position of this home, the current owners have a LOREX colour / night vision CCTV security system with hard drive, kitchen display and “App”access.
The village of Medstead has a wide range of local amenities including a doctor’s surgery, popular pub, post office and church. There is also a highly regarded primary school within walking distance, together with local recreation facilities, including a cricket pitch, football pitch, children’s play area and tennis club. The historic market town of Alton is less than five miles away and offers a good range of shops including major supermarkets, two senior schools and the mainline train station, with trains direct to London Waterloo.
Please contact Homes Alton, to register your interest and book a time at our viewing days on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th February.