An historic family home in excess of 3,500 sq ft with great scope to improve.
Widely considered to be one of the original houses in Liphook, Beech Court is an impressive 17th century period house, steeped in history and conveniently located close to the centre of the village. There is great scope for a new owner to modernise and extend, subject to the necessary planning permissions. There many of the original features retained including leaded windows, bread oven, beams and oak flooring.
The ground floor accommodation is well laid out with an generous entrance hall with large inglenook fireplace and staircase to the cellar. The drawing room is well proportioned with feature fireplace, a bay window and access to the rear garden. There is a separate study, cloakroom and attractive dining room which faces the front of the house. The kitchen/breakfast room has access to the rear garden and leads to the utility room.
A central staircase takes you up to the first where there is a generous principle bedroom, with walk in wardrobe and en suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
On the drive there is a separate detached office and garage which also offers great scope to improve and even convert to a separate property, subject to the necessary planning permission.
Beech Court is in a private plot of approximately half an acre, approached by a driveway offering ample parking for a number of cars in front of the house. The rear gardens are a particular feature, framed by an array of mature and specimen trees overall making the house and patio area very private.
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I love the potential to improve this fine historic house as well as the annexe and the many original features that remain.Alastair MercerProperty agent