Savills | Charlwood Lane, Monkwood, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 0HA | Property for sale
291.34 sq m(3,136 sq ft)
Guide price £1,750,000

Charlwood LaneMonkwood, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 0HA

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Family house in superb rural position
  • Superb reception space
  • Four generous bedrooms
  • Stunning grounds of 2.35 acres
  • Garaging and large outbuilding with greenhouses

A charming former farmhouse in this stunning rural location

About this property

  • Charlwood Farm is an exceptional detached family property with period origins set in beautiful grounds, in a peaceful rural position approximately one mile from the popular village of Ropley, just within the South Downs National Park. The property is approached through a five bar gate to a large parking and turning area in front of the double garage at the side of the house. A pathway leads up to the front door of the property.

    Accessed through an attractive reception lobby, a door opens up into the reception hall with a staircase to the first floor. Access from here to the drawing room, dining room, kitchen, cloakroom and out onto the rear terrace. The drawing room is a very good size with a large feature open fireplace, double doors leading out to the back of the house and a single door leading out to the rear terrace. From the drawing room a door leads through to the study. The dining room is particularly attractive with ceiling timbers and feature fireplace, a perfect room for evening entertaining. The kitchen/breakfast room is well fitted, benefiting from a range of fitted base and eyelevel units with work surfaces over, integrated appliances and a fitted AGA. An archway leads through to a good sized breakfast room off which is the sitting room. A utility room and second cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.

    On the first floor there is a large open landing, which could form part of the principal bedroom suite which is the only room that has been accessed from it, giving it great scope to become a luxurious dressing room. The principal bedroom is 29' 2” x 15' 5”, with double doors opening out onto the balcony and there is also a bathroom dedicated to this room. There are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

    Outside
    The property is approached from the village lane through a 5-bar gate into a large parking and turning area in front of the garaging.

    The formal gardens are stunning with beautiful rural views and extend all to approximately 2.35 acres. The previous owner, a former professional market gardener, has tended to the property over the years creating a stunning environment with a wealth of mature and specimen trees, beautiful flowering shrubs and plants, extensive rockeries and architectural features created to further enhance the wonderful location of this property. Lawns lead down to an attractive pond with the surrounding grounds under-planted with spring bulbs. A stone built folly to enclose the compost makes for an interesting feature at the bottom of the garden.


    There are two superb outbuildings, a large detached double garage and a large barn with adjoining greenhouse, with separate oil-fired boiler.

    The barn may be converted into additional accommodation, subject to the necessary planning permissions and consents. It currently comprises three rooms, a workshop and two large stores, each workshop with double doors leading out onto the garden.

    Agents Note - all garden statuary, furniture and pots are specifically excluded from the sale

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Wonderful rural position, exceptionally peaceful.

Steven MooreProperty agent

Local information

  • The pretty and picturesque hamlet of Charlwood is situated approximately one mile due east of the village of Ropley in a beautiful tranquil rural location, just within the South Downs National Park.
  • The village of Ropley is an active and popular village set in unspoilt rolling countryside and benefitting from a community shop and post office, primary school, church, parish hall, coffee room, sports pavilion and recreation ground. Schools within the area include the highly regarded primary school, with secondary schools located within Alresford and Winchester. The excellent private schools in the area include Bedales and Churchers School in Petersfield, Prince's Mead, St. Swithun's, Twyford School, Winchester College and Pilgrims' School. The area is well known for its excellent sporting opportunities including world class fishing on the nearby Rivers Test and Itchen, sailing and water sports on the South Coast, golf at numerous courses in the area including Alresford and walking and riding through the South Downs National Park. Ropley is ideally positioned to give access to Petersfield, as well as the A31, A3 to London via Guildford, or the A31/M3 via link roads. Heathrow Airport is approximately 50 miles away, Gatwick 60 miles away and Southampton International Airport, with its European and UK destinations, only 22 miles distant.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = F