Old House Farm is known to be one of the oldest house in the area and is Grade II listed with a very attractive Georgian front elevation with sash windows, the original building is understood to date from the 15th Century, with exposed timbers and malmstone. The accommodation is well appointed, faces west and although beamed has a good ceiling height and includes a superb vaulted kitchen/breakfast room with wood burner and island unit, drawing room and dining room each with sash windows and fireplace, a double aspect sitting room and charming study. There is a utility room with outside door, cloakroom and wine cellar. Upstairs there are five bedrooms and two bathrooms with scope to create more accommodation and to reconfigure either using the attic space or by converting the very charming barn which has a hay loft and is located on the south east side of the house.
Gardens and Grounds
A sweeping gravelled drive provides access to the front of the house and access to the barn; it continues to a secluded area for parking and onto a further access onto Wyck Lane. The garden provides a beautiful setting for the house and includes a delightful garden wall, several sitting areas, large expanses of lawn and a pond with a small island and weeping willow. There is a cobbled courtyard and a well and some good views over the surrounding rolling Hampshire countryside. In all 1.3 acres.View payable Stamp Duty for this property