Situated on the outskirts of the attractive village of West Meon in the beautiful Meon Valley, within the South Downs National Park is this detached home that has the advantage of a neighbouring paddock of approximately 5 acres.
Enjoying far reaching views to the front and surrounding countryside behind, this detached house is equally conveniently positioned to stroll into the village. Approached from Church Lane, the driveway affords an abundance of parking and leads to the house and garages. Entering a central hallway, you are drawn into a dual aspect sitting room that enjoys the front and side views and boasts a log-burning stove for those cosy evenings relaxing. Also enjoying the front aspect is a separate dining room and to the rear is a fitted kitchen and adjoining utility room. A ground floor cloakroom concludes the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor, there are three well-proportioned bedrooms with the main bedroom mirroring the sitting room and the forementioned views. Bedroom two enjoys the front views and has an en-suite bathroom, while bedroom three sits to the rear adjacent to a family bathroom. A further staircase leads up to a second-floor landing and a front aspect fourth bedroom.
Externally, the property really has the wow factor with sizeable lawned gardens that wrap around from the front, side and rear. The rear garden offers a high degree of privacy and is adjacent to the 5 acre paddock. The paddock enjoys gated access to the lane and offers numerous potential uses. The house has an original integral garage and an additional detached double garage to the east of the property.
While the property will probably require some updating it offers an unique opportunity to acquire a home with potential, with outstanding views and the adjoining paddock, situated on the boundary of this pretty village and open countryside.
West Meon is a very pretty village in the heart of the Meon Valley and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A delightful and vibrant community with several amenities including a village shop, butchers, well-regarded public house (The Thomas Lord), primary school, and doctor's surgery. The South Downs is a designated National Park and provides an exceptional, unspoilt setting with many opportunities for walking, riding and other country pursuits. There are numerous well-regarded preparatory and secondary schools and mainline railway stations to London are located nearby at Winchester and Petersfield.