The Old Beer House is a charming grade II listed house built in the 17th and 18th centuries just outside Highclere in Hampshire
The Old Beer House is a Grade II listed property which was formerly two cottages. The property was built in the 17th and 18th centuries and now provides excellent family accommodation in a pretty spot outside Highclere.
Reception rooms are in the main facing south, and a good-sized kitchen/reception room is well-laid out and comfortable, with potential for further updating.
Accommodation in full comprises: kitchen breakfast room, four reception rooms, rear lobby/boot room, five bedrooms, two bathrooms, outbuilding/offices and the garage.
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Recent alterations and improvements include the conversion of a former outbuilding to offices and a recently-built garage has a first floor annexe comprising a bedroom/sitting room, kitchen and bathroom.
There are attractive gardens and grounds including a formal garden mainly laid to lawn in three parts with mature shrubs and herbaceous borders; there is also a mature orchard of apple and pear trees and a paddock of around two acres.
The Old Beer House is located just outside the village of Highclere in Hampshire and overlooks the Highclere estate. A village shop is close by, as well as a pub and a church. Newbury is three miles and the M4 is eight miles.
The guide price is £945,000. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01635 45501 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.
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