Hunter’s Moon is an outstanding period property dating back to the 17th century, situated in the Test Valley in Hampshire. The house has been completely restored, and re-thatched in 2008, and also extended in 1984.
For a thatched house the rooms are very light and have good ceiling heights; there are also many exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace in the drawing room; the study is beautifully fitted with library bookcases and an oak spiral staircase rises up to the first floor, which has four bedrooms, including the vaulted master bedroom suite.
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Outside the lawns are studded with trees including a fine walnut and various fruit trees. A terrace adjoins the cottage and there is also an ornamental pond with a water feature – all in all the gardens come to around 0.6 of an acre, and there is also a paddock of about 1.3 acres.
The house is situated in pretty open countryside between the villages of Hursley and Braishfield with views over the Test Valley. There are local amenities in the nearby villages while the market town of Romsey is just four miles.
The guide price is £1.185m. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01962 844 299 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.