Freehold House, Terraced House For Sale
Station Road, West Meon

£450,000 Guide Price
  • House, Terraced House
  • Freehold
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Ref: PET210226
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Property Features

  • Semi-rural cottage
  • Far reaching views
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Open plan Sitting/Dining Room
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Off Road Parking
  • Approaching 200ft Rear Garden
  • No onward chain!
  • Needs to be seen!

Full Details

Situated on the outskirts of the pretty village of West Meon in the Meon Valley, within the South Downs National Park. This attractive, former railwaymen’s cottage enjoys far reaching views over open countryside, to the front and rear and is a short walk into the village, where there is a popular village store, school, church and renowned public house, the Thomas Lord.

This terraced home boasts two bedrooms and first floor bathroom, with a landing affording space for a small desk, useful for someone wishing to work from home. The loft is fully boarded offering ample storage. On the ground floor, the front door opens into the entrance hall with attractive stained-glass window and stairs to the first floor and door into the open-plan lounge/diner which is dual aspect, front to back and enjoys two chimney breasts, one housing a wood burning stove and a door through to a fitted kitchen at the rear.

Externally, the cottage offers a front forecourt area retained by a low-level picket fence, path to the front door and is mainly gravelled. At the rear is a brick paved terrace ideal for alfresco dining, entertaining and relaxation. The remainder of the rear garden approaching 200ft is mainly lawned, plus a hardstanding ready for a summer house/home office. At the end of the terrace is an area of off-road parking where the current owners are allowed to park 2 cars.

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, doctor's surgery and numerous sports clubs. 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 in the area including Twyford, Prince's Mead, West Hill Park, Pilgrim's, Highfield, Bedales, Churcher's, Winchester College, St Swithun's, Lord Wandsworth College and Portsmouth Grammar School. Mainline railway stations to London are located nearby at Winchester and Petersfield.

The property has shared private drainage (septic tank) currently costing approx. £230 to empty.

Council Tax Banding – D – Winchester City Council approx. £1949.00 pa.

Viewing by appointment via the sole agents: Homes of Petersfield.