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16th century country house in Hampshire

By Holly Kirkwood

16th century country house in Hampshire

A former farmhouse dating back to the 16th century in a quiet rural position near the New Forest has come onto the market

Roundhill Farm House is a classic Hampshire country house, believed to date back to 1540, built of brick elevations with exposed frames under a thatched roof.

The main property is brimming with character and features a spacious duel aspect drawing room with a stone fireplace and doors out to the terrace. The dining room has exposed beams and inglenook fireplaces, while the kitchen/breakfast room boasts a four-oven Aga.

The first floor comprises a master bedroom with large dressing room and three further bedrooms, two bathrooms and a separate cloakroom.


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Outside lies a Grade II listed barn which currently houses workshops and a wood store, as well as a listed brick pig shed and a greenhouse.

The private garden lies mainly to the rear and is largely laid to lawn with established herbaceous borders.

Roundhill Farm House lies in a rural position between the Hampshire villages of Whitsbury and Breamore on the edge of Cranborne Chase. The nearby village of Downton provides for everyday amenities and there is excellent access to the New Forest National Park.

The guide price is £1.15m. For further information please contact Savills on 01722 426 821.

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