An absolute treat and a rare opportunity to purchase a well-appointed 19th century cottage of considerable charm, situated in the beautiful hamlet of Wardley Green, which is part of a conservation area and sits alongside the village of Milland, one of the most highly sought after villages in the region. The current owners, who have lived happily here for nearly 20 years, have lovingly cared for and improved the property during their ownership. Many of the character features remain, whilst improvements for modern day living have been implemented.
Accompanying the internal cottage accommodation are various outbuildings. These comprise a brick built ‘mini cottage’. Currently utilised as a studio and upstairs sleeping area. In the garden there is a two-part garden studio and a most deceiving summer house/garden cabin, measuring an amazing 19’4 x 11’5.
The cottage itself comprises of a lovely living room with feature woodburning fire, a country kitchen/dining room, a downstairs cloakroom, and utility area.
On the upper floors, there is a wonderful master bedroom, a beautifully re-appointed family bathroom and a smaller room, currently a home office, but previously used as a small bedroom. Stairs lead to a converted loft, which has been used as a double bedroom by the current family.
There is a large lawn to the front and a courtyard garden to the rear accessed directly from the kitchen/utility area. Beyond the courtyard through a walkway, you will find parking for up to three cars. The rear garden is generous in size, private and backs onto woodland. The garden is predominantly lawned, but also has a lovely mixture of colours coming from an array of shrubbery bushes and trees.
The village of Milland has a welcoming and lively community which includes the award winning public house The Rising Sun, a handy village shop, a local garage and the highly regarded Hollycombe Primary School. Milland is situated in the South Downs National Park and although secluded and rural, is only three miles from Liphook and the mainline train station, which offers a direct service into London Waterloo. Located close to the West Sussex / Hampshire / Surrey borders, the area offers top performing state and independent schools for all age groups. Haslemere is approximately 8 miles away and Petersfield is approximately 7 miles.