Knapp House is a handsome timber-framed Grade II listed country house believed to date from the 17th century. Subsequently extended to provide additional accommodation with the reception hall, study, tripe aspect drawing room and a large master bedroom suite, the older portion forms the dining room and sitting room, together with the large family kitchen/breakfast room. The first floor has five bedrooms and three bathrooms (one en-suite).
Original features remaining include a fine bread oven in the kitchen as well as attractive fireplaces and sash windows.
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Accommodation in total comprises: porch, hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, cellar, study/music room, drawing room, boot room and cloakroom. On the first floor are the master bedroom and four further bedrooms, plus two bathrooms.
Outside are the stable block and swimming pool. The terrace faces south and the formal gardens are wonderful with flower and shrub borders and box hedging, while the woods are covered with bluebells in spring, and there is also a young orchard. The paddocks all have water and make up the majority of the land. A pond helps to form the south-east boundary.
The house is located in the hamlet of Iping in the South Downs National Park. Milland is just one mile to the north, where there is a village shop, a pub and a school. Petersfield has mainline trains to London.
The guide price is £3.25m. For further information please contact Jackson Stops & Staff on 01730 812357 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.
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