The Old Post Office is situated within the Hampshire village of Long Sutton. The property is Grade II listed and dates back to the 17th century. Constructed of a timber frame with brick elevations, the property is beautifully presented.
The ground floor has a large reception hall, and the charming sitting room has an open fireplace with twin doors leading out to the garden, while the dining room has original brick flooring and exposed timber frames; adjoining here is the family room which has limestone flooring.
The kitchen has an extensive range of hand-painted units and a two-oven Aga. The study sits off the kitchen and also has double doors to the garden.
Upstairs are the principal bedroom suite with fine views over the garden and four further bedrooms, most of which have vaulted ceilings and exposed timber framing.
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Outside the attractive gardens mainly face south and have been recently landscaped to give a cottage feel, and extending to the full width of the rear of the property is the paved terrace, while the formal gardens are laid predominantly to lawn. A small orchard is planted with numerous fruit trees. Paddocks lie to the rear; the land is around one third of an acre.
Long Sutton has a church, pub and a well-regarded primary school. Odiham lies just over two miles to the north and an excellent range of shopping.
The guide price is £1.1m. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01256 350 600 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.