An attractive character cottage situated in the heart of the village affording easy access to the shops, mainline train station and recreational facilities that Liss enjoys. This much loved, end of terrace home, built in the early 1900’s is offered with no onward chain and an abundance of charm and character.
Approached over a shingled parking area for two cars, the front door opens into an entrance porch and through to a generous dining room, with staircase to the first floor, chimney breast and latch door to the kitchen/breakfast room and archway through to a cosy sitting room, with exposed brick chimney breast and fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room boasts a range of fitted units with door out to the pretty cottage garden and the shower room with walk-in shower cubicle and white suite. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite cloakroom/WC and a recessed shower cubicle. The cottage enjoys gas central heating, and a mix of replacement and secondary double glazing.
Externally, a feature of the home is the cottage garden to the side which enjoys a high degree of privacy, mainly paved with attractive flower and shrub beds, a covered pergola adjacent to the cottage affords an ideal space for alfresco dining, entertaining and relaxation. A pedestrian gate leads out to the parking area at the front of the cottage.
The village of Liss is in East Hampshire, within the South Downs National Park and accordingly has good access to surrounding countryside and numerous footpaths, bridlepaths and country lanes, suitable for walking, riding and cycling. Liss is well placed for the A3 (Petersfield Bypass) London to Portsmouth route and has a mainline railway station on the Portsmouth Harbour to London Waterloo line, so has always been popular with commuters, with Guildford, the M25 and South Coast accessible. The village supports several private shops, plus a Tesco Express convenience store. For families, there are an Infant & Junior school and several playgroups. This community village has several clubs and societies, plus well-established Tennis, and Football clubs. The nearby (approx. 5 miles) market town of Petersfield offers a more comprehensive range of shops, bars and restaurants including supermarket brands Lidl, M&S Food, Waitrose, and Tesco.
Council Tax - East Hampshire District Council - Band D - £2029.17 (2023/24)