Oak Tree Cottage originally dates from the early 1900's and has been remodelled and extended over the years creating versatile and flexible internal accommodation whilst retaining as many character features as possible. This attractive and individual detached home is much larger than first appears as you enter the drive to the front and is perfectly complemented by way of a fantastic size garden with the total plot size approaching 0.25 acre.
As you enter the property via the entrance hall and head through to the sitting room, the extent of the accommodation becomes apparent as you continue into the dining room area and look through the glazed double doors into the rear hall which accesses the study, utility room and all year-round conservatory, which opens onto the wonderful rear garden. The bay fronted main bedroom suite is at the front of the property, and there are fitted wardrobes and a pine door in the corner of the room leading into a lovely en suite bathroom with 'P' shaped bath/shower, pedestal washbasin and low level w.c. The second double bedroom and shower room share a small internal hallway, making this an excellent guest suite. The bedroom benefits from a large walk-in storage cupboard and the well-appointed shower room with corner shower and airing cupboard can equally be used independent of the second bedroom. The third bedroom also has a built-in cupboard.
The living areas have many features including a Mi-Fires Tinderbox Small Wood Stove which is the focal point of the cosy sitting room. As you lead into the large dining room and kitchen, the country cottage theme continues with the sympathetic painted, solid pine kitchen units, coupled with wooden worktops. There is an excellent range of cupboards and drawers and good quality appliances including an induction hob, electric oven and combination oven/microwave and grill. There is plumbing and space for a dishwasher and space to house an American style fridge/freezer. Extra light is brought into the dining room area through a 'sun tunnel' in the ceiling as well as the glazed double doors that open into the rear hall, with the bright study to the left and an arch to the right opens into the utility room with deep glazed sink, worktop, plumbing for washing machine and cupboards, a part glazed side door leads out to the garden. At the end of the hall, further glazed double doors open into the lovely conservatory, with vaulted ceiling and feature stained glass porthole window in the end gable. Double glazed windows with central double doors open out to the garden.
The rear garden is a true delight and is a fantastic size, measuring approximately 150ft. Closest to the property, is a spectacular formal garden, with extensive patio areas around the side and rear of the home which is ideal for 'Al fresco' dining, and is perfectly positioned to take full advantage of the sunny aspect and views down the garden. To the rear of the garden, is a fabulous ‘working’ area and the middle section has an ornate Folly which one could easily believe to have been there for hundreds of years. The garden enjoys a high degree of privacy and there is a substantial timber workshop and large greenhouse both with electric connected. To the front is a good size driveway providing ample off-road parking for a number of vehicles.
Major road links are within easy reach with the A3 bypassing Liss. A railway station, with its links to London and the coast, is located in the centre of Liss Village which also has a range of shops and cafes. Liss has several pubs to its credit and one in Hill Brow, with the Jolly Drover Inn situated a short walk away at the top of Hill Brow Road. Liss Infants and Junior schools are at the bottom of Hill Brow Road just before entering the village centre. A viewing comes highly recommended, so contact Homes Petersfield for more information or to arrange your appointment to view.