Tudor House is a fascinating and picturesque village house – its origins are a two bay hall house with a wing at the side converted to a single bay hall around 1500, and completely rebuilt at the end of the 16th century. Later in the 17th century panelling was installed and the house features a large range of period features from different centuries.
The rooms are beautifully proportioned with three first class reception rooms, conservatory, Smallbone kitchen/breakfast room, and five bedrooms all laid out over two floors, as well as a wonderful vaulted artist’s studio.
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The gardens come to around a quarter of an acre and include a central knot garden stocked with plants reflecting the age of the house and a pergola which is smothered in honeysuckle and roses leading from a paved terrace to a further sitting area. There are also further borders planted with shrubs, roses and flowering trees.
Tudor House is situated in the centre of the charming village of East Meon which has excellent local amenities including a shop/post office, church, school and two public houses. Petersfield, five miles away, caters for further everyday needs and has a mainline station to London Waterloo.
The guide price is £950,000. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01962 844299 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.
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