The Old Post Office is a well-presented family property on the edge of the Hampshire village of Long Sutton. The house is Grade II listed and dates back to the 17th century, with later additions.
Subsequent updates to the house has ensured its suited to a family: accommodation is spacious and includes the charming sitting room with its twin doors out to the garden; the dining room with original brick flooring an open fireplace, and the family room with its limestone flooring. The handbuilt kitchen has a gas-fired Aga and adjoining here is the study, also with double doors out to the garden.
Upstairs are the master bedroom suite with its partically vaulted ceiling, and four further bedrooms plus the family bathroom.
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Outside the pretty gardens face mainly south and have a cottage feel while the paved terrace extends to the full width of the rear of the house while the more formal gardens are laid mainly to lawn with flower beds and mature trees. A small orchard with apple, pear and plum trees is screened from the gardens, and paddocks adjoin the gardens to the rear. The land comes to under half-an-acre.
The Old Post Office is located in the popular village of Long Sutton, which as a church, pub and good primary school, while Odiham is nearby and has an excellent range of local amenities.
The guide price is £1.1m. For further information please contact 01256 350 600 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.
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