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PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Dining room, sitting room
  • Kitchen, separate breakfast room
  • Utility room, cloakroom
  • Four bedrooms, three bathrooms
  • Shower room
  • Swimming pool
  • Summer house/changing room
  • Stables with four boxes (now collapsed)
  • Double garage
  • Gardens, grounds and paddocks, In all about 1.491 acres

THE PROPERTY

On the south side of the village, in exceptional open countryside, a mid-1920s chalet style house in need of updating, potential to extend or replacement dwelling, subject to the usual consents Park Lane is a quiet country lane which lies in wonderful open countryside on the southern side of the village off the Petersfield Road between Ropley Dean/A31 and Monkwood/A32. Ropley covers an area of about 10 square miles on the western slopes of a ridge that runs south to north and divides the basin of the Wey and the Meon Rivers from the Arle and the Itchen. It is a most attractive village. The centre has a community shop and post office, primary school, parish hall, coffee room, sports centre and recreation ground. Close by for everyday needs is the market town of Alresford, generally seen as one of the finest Georgian towns in the south of England. Mainline communications in the area are excellent, with a railway station at Alton, London Waterloo (about one hour), and the A31 provides a fast link to the A3/M3, M25 and London. Rosemount was built in circa 1927 and after 1978 two extensions were subsequently added. The property has Tyrolean, rendered and colour washed elevations with inset upvc double glazed replacement windows under a tiled and dormered roof. The extensions have flat mineral felted roofs. The front door opens into an entrance vestibule. There is a dining room, inner staircase hall, utility room, shower room, kitchen, separate breakfast room which has been used as a study/sitting area, rear enclosed porch, well proportioned sitting room which has French doors to the terrace and garden, two ground floor bedrooms, bathroom and cloakroom. On the first floor there are two bedrooms, the main bedroom has eaves storage and a walk-in clothes closet. The property is in need of updating but subject to planning, has the potential to be enlarged or replaced with a new dwelling. See Floor Plans for details. Outside There are two gated entrance off Park Lane and a brick paviour driveway gives access to a double garage. There is a summerhouse/changing room, swimming pool, pool equipment store (we are advised that the swimming pool has not been used in the last four and a half years). There is a well and by the back door of the house and further parking. Gardens and Grounds These are principally lawned. There is a garden/potting shed, two greenhouses, stable block arranged as four boxes but is now collapsing at both ends. The gardens and grounds adjoin open countryside with wonderful long views and extend in all to about 1.491 acres.

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