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Guide price £1,600($2,020)
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FortonAndover, Hampshire, SP11 6NU

  • Managed by Savills
  • Unfurnished

Key features

  • Grade II listed
  • Period features
  • Detached
  • Office/ workshop
  • Newly fitted kitchen
  • Council Tax Band = F

A charming three bedroom Grade II listed cottage.

About this property

  • The property is a particularly well presented Grade II Listed thatched cottage. The kitchen/breakfast room with its attractive range of floor and wall mounted units including cupboard and drawer sections with work surfaces, walk-in larder and with space for table and chairs is well suited for family living. A dining room/playroom is an atmospheric room and provides useful additional reception space. The formal sitting room, at the far end of the property with central decorative fireplace, is a great room for everyday living and entertaining. There is a further study area that leads to the utility room and shower room. A staircase rises to the first floor providing access to the three bedrooms including a master bedroom with attractive vaulted ceiling. The two remaining bedrooms are serviced by the family bathroom. The property is accessed via a gravelled drive which provides parking for two cars. The gardens are delightful, the lawn provides a useful area for recreation and a paved area for entertaining in one corner of the garden makes the most of the late afternoon sunshine. The property benefits from an outbuilding which has been converted into an office/ studio space with doors leading to the vegetable garden.

A delightful well-presented Grade II Listed period cottage.

Michelle KeastProperty agent

Local information

  • Forton is a hamlet to the north of the A303 on the outskirts of Longparish set amongst some of Hampshire's finest countryside. The village of Longparish has a population of around 700 residents who enjoy this fabulous living environment, which includes many period houses, a village store, 2 public houses and a primary school), post office, cricket club and 13th century church. The thriving community runs various social activity centres around its clubs and organisations. The beautiful surrounding countryside offers various walks including part of the Test Way and hiking in Harewood Forest, which is to the west of the village, together with fishing on the upper Test. A wide range of amenities are available in Andover, with railway links also to be found at Whitchurch (London Waterloo approximately 1 hour) and easy access onto the A34 and A303 for links to London and the north and other directions.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = E