Built around 1800 and converted from two hop kilns in 1987, The Oasts is an impressive family home of great character retaining lovely quirks from its original buildings.
The circular kitchen has bespoke handmade units and wrought iron furniture. A stable door leads to the gardens and a second door leads through to another kiln, currently used as a games room but which could make a very fine dining room.
The reception space is perfect for formal or family entertaining, while the elegant drawing room on the first floor has an open fireplace with marble hearth and mantelpiece, a vaulted ceiling and four sets of floor-to-ceiling windows with views over the gardens and grounds.
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The hall also has a large fireplace with a log-burning stove, oak paneling and a galleried landing. The ground floor also has a double bedroom with a fitted kitchen and a shower room.
Bedrooms are over three floors including the ground floor, with the master and one further double plus family bathroom on the first floor, while the two large circular second floor bedrooms, bathroom and den are ideal for children or staff.
Outside there are around 2.4 acres of gardens and grounds including pretty formal gardens three paddocks, a stable yard with loose boxes, and a feed and tack room.
Surrounded by open countryside the property sits in the hamlet of Passfield which has a general store and post office, less than three miles from the popular village of Liphook. Haslemere is just under seven miles.
The guide price is £1.2m. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01428 661 077 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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