Situated in the sought after village of Sheet and tucked away from passing traffic is this attached two-bedroom, two-bathroom home, that is beautifully presented and offered to the market with the advantage of no onward chain.
Approached via a gated courtyard shared with the neighbouring cottage that affords secure parking for three vehicles, the front door opens into a hallway accessing a 20ft living room at the rear of the cottage, with three double glazed windows and French doors affording an abundance of natural light. A fashionable modern fitted kitchen boasts integrated appliances and has space for a table and chairs, plus a large picture window looks out over the courtyard. An inner hallway with staircase to the first floor, with storage cupboard below leads to a generous double bedroom, with built in wardrobes and a family bathroom adjacent. On the first-floor there is another double bedroom that enjoys an en-suite shower room. The property has gas central heating and double-glazed windows.
Externally, the French doors from the living room lead out onto a raised patio area ideal for alfresco dining with steps down to a lawned garden, with a garden shed and a pedestrian gate leads to the courtyard parking area.
Sheet village lies a short distance from the thriving market town of Petersfield and offers two popular public houses, church and village school. Petersfield has a plethora of amenities. With the original market square at its heart and a twice weekly market, Petersfield offers a Waitrose and a Marks & Spencer Food Hall, as well as a selection of boutiques, restaurants, and independent coffee shops. With many active clubs and societies, Petersfield is renowned for its vibrant and welcoming social scene. It also benefits from an easy proximity to a wealth of leisure opportunities to suit all tastes, including Taro leisure centre with its pools, gym and workout classes. There is a choice of two golf courses located at Petersfield (right on doorstep of Sheet) and Liphook, horse racing and motor racing at Goodwood, the Festival Theatre in Chichester and polo at Cowdray Park. Get out into the countryside and enjoy horse riding across the South Downs, walks through the Meon Valley and the Queen Elizabeth Country Park, not to forget taking to the water for sailing off the south coast.
Council Tax – East Hampshire District Council – Band D £2021.20 (2023/24).