Guide price £795,000
A detached family house In the grounds of the former rectory with attractive and well-proportioned accommodation and an annexe within partly walled gardens. The house lies in the heart in the small rural village of Fyfield, which is situated in north-west Hampshire just south of the Wiltshire border, some six miles west of Andover close to the villages of Thruxton and Kimpton. Fyfield has a church (St Nicholas) and a primary school. There are excellent local facilities in the small town of Ludgershall, three miles to the northwest, whilst Andover has a comprehensive shopping centre and a mainline station on the Waterloo line. The village is also ideally placed for the A303 just under two miles, which provides fast access to the West Country or the M3 for London, M25 orbital motorway and the airports. A most attractive detached two storey house built about 17 years ago in the grounds of the former rectory. It has mellow brick and flint elevations and inset double glazed wood casement windows under a long low tiled and dormered roof. For the safety of children and pets, a wall has been constructed between the garden and driveway at the front of the house. The well-proportioned accommodation is light and airy designed to have fewer larger rooms than a number of small ones. Accommodation includes: Entrance porch and staircase hall with oak floor and a shower room/cloakroom. Beautifully proportioned drawing room and formal dining area. Brick lined open fireplace, flagstone hearth, woodburning stove, French doors to terrace. Large kitchen/breakfast room, fully fitted, tiled floor. Utility room, fitted units and space for appliances, tiled floor, Camray Boulter oil fired boiler, back door to porch and garden. Off the kitchen is a sitting room/family room. On the First floor - Landing with airing cupboard housing Heatrae Sadia Megaflo. Principal bedroom 1, fitted wardrobe cupboard, adjoining bathroom incorporating a sauna. Three further double bedrooms, two with wardrobe cupboards and family bathroom. Outside The house is approached from the village lane by a gravel driveway, the initial part of which is shared with the Vicarage, and there is a brick wall along the frontage. The driveway provides ample parking and turning space and gives access to the garage building. This has been divided at ground floor level to a double garage. The third bay has been converted into a Self-Contained Annexe comprising ground floor living/dining with kitchen area and a staircase leads up to a double bedroom with a sitting area and bathroom. The gardens are walled and fenced and face south-west. There is a paved terrace, lawn and broadleaf trees. It is a very private garden and extends to about 0.236 acres (0.096 ha).
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