Believed to have been built in the 1600s, Steynes Farm is a thatched farmhouse in Hampshire built of brick elevations which has been extensively renovated by the current owner.
Character features include period fireplaces, beams and flooring. Accommodation is spacious, and includes a wonderful dining room with an inglenook fireplace which opens into the kitchen, which has an old well incorporated into the floor. Double doors lead out from the sitting room to the terrace.
Upstairs all four bedrooms have solid oak floors – two, including the master suite, are on the first floor and two on the second floor.
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In addition to the main house is an annexe which has a sitting room/bedroom and a shower room.
Outside the formal gardens have been mainly laid to lawn with flower beds and herbaceous borders while beyond this area is a good-sized fruit cage and an orchard. The grounds extend to about 1.35 acres.
Steynes Farm is situated in the Meon Valley between Bishops Waltham and Corhampton in some of Hampshire’s finest countryside. Bishops Waltham is a market town with a good range of shops and more comprehensive facilities are to be found eleven miles away in Winchester.
The guide price is £975,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01962 869999 or visit www.struttandparker.co.uk.
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