Dating back to circa 1700, this charming Grade II listed cottage is situated within the heart of the pretty village of Buriton that lies within the South Downs National Park and enjoys a village pond and 12th Century St. Mary's church.
The cottage is offered with no onward chain and comes with a wealth of charm and character with many period features, plus a cottage garden.
The accommodation comprises a 20ft front facing sitting room, with feature fireplace and log burning stove, staircase to first floor and opens through via a couple of steps up into a rear dining room that is open plan with the kitchen, with a range of light wood fronted units, double electric oven, electric hob, sink and integrated dishwasher and tiled floor. Off the kitchen is a hallway and utility area with cloakroom WC, principal front door and rear door to the garden. On the first floor a central landing affords access to all four bedrooms and a family bathroom. One of the rear bedrooms enjoys French doors and Juliette Balcony overlooking the attractive rear garden.
Externally, the south-west facing rear garden enjoys a high degree of privacy and affords a lovely area for relaxing, alfresco dining and entertaining in the afternoon sunshine. There is a convenient storage area for wood adjacent to the cottage. Steps lead up to the garden which is mainly a crazy paved terrace with attractive well stocked flower and shrub borders, to the rear of the garden is a useful summer house which has power and light.
Buriton is a delightful and extremely popular village on the Hangers Way bridle path, it lies at the foot of the tree-covered hill of Head Down, one of the highest points of the South Downs. Footpaths from the village connect to the South Downs Way and the adjacent Queen Elizabeth Country Park making it very popular area with walkers, horse riders and mountain bikers. The village has a primary school, two popular public houses, village hall, as well as the village pond and the church of St. Mary. The close by market town of Petersfield offers a comprehensive range of shopping, sporting and leisure facilities together with a main line station on the Portsmouth to London Waterloo line.
Council Tax – East Hampshire District Council - Band F (£2883.80 – 2023/24).