The Old Rectory is the principal part of a very fine Hampshire period property (the other third of the house is separate but attached). The house has lots of period features including handsome shuttered windows, superb ceiling heights and attractive fireplaces.
Accommodation includes the attractive double-aspect drawing room and dining room at the front of the house which retains excellent Georgian features, the bespoke handmade kitchen with central island and breakfast bar, and the family room which has views out to the pond and the gardens outside.
The master bedroom suite is double aspect and the five further bedrooms are arranged over the first and second floors; there are two further bathrooms.
Accommodation in total comprises: reception hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, family room, cloakroom, cellar, master bedroom and five further bedrooms, plus two further bathrooms.
Outside are a detached double barn garage and a large detached barn with a worshop and potential stable. The formal gardens are mainly laid to lawn with mature and specimen trees and shrubs and include a Koi carp pond. A large terrace lies outside the family room and a further courtyard is located outside the kitchen. The paddock sits near the barn.
The Old Rectory is situated at the southern end of Greatham village in a conservation area. The village is well served by a shop/post office, church, public house and primary and nursery schools. Liss village is just over a mile and Liphook is under five miles.
The guide price is £1.395m. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01428 661077 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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