A charming semi-detached cottage with three bedrooms set within a small private courtyard of converted period farm buildings adjacent to the village church.
This is a cottage of considerable character and charm that takes full advantage of the features associated with a building of this period with beautiful elevations of brick and flint, exposed beams and braced and latched internal doors. The generous accommodation includes a versatile reception room opening into the kitchen, sitting room and cloakroom. The twin aspect sitting room has a brick fireplace with a wood burning stove together with French doors opening out to the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with a full range of eye and base level cream fronted cabinets together with an electric oven and hob with an extractor over, butler sink and integrated refrigerator and freezer. There are three bedrooms to the first floor including a principal bedroom with an en suite bathroom with a roll top bath. There is also a separate family bathroom.
Externally there is a private car barn and parking for multiple vehicles to the rear. The private rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a couple of small terraces. This village home originates from the 18th century and must be viewed to fully appreciate the full character of the cottage and tranquil setting. This home has mains electricity and water, a private drainage system, and oil fired heating.
Lasham is a very sociable community which has a number of events throughout the year including an open gardens event, regular coffee mornings, a village fete and an annual safari supper which takes place towards the end of summer.
The airfield, which covers 500 acres, adjacent to the village is owned by Lasham Gliding Society, thought to be the largest gliding club in the world and certainly world renowned as it has hosted world championships on a number of occasions.
The nearby market town of Alton provides good shopping facilities, with the larger regional centres of Basingstoke, Farnham and Winchester offering a broader range of facilities. Transport links are first class, with the M3, A31 and A3 easily accessible, providing access to central London, the south coast and linking the national motorway networks for Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The closest mainline stations are Alton (5 miles) and Basingstoke (9 miles) which has fast commuter trains into London Waterloo.
Please contact Homes Alton for further information and to arrange your accompanied viewing.