Hurn Court, Hurn Court Lane, Hurn, Christchurch, BH23

£1,275,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
This WELL PRESENTED DETACHED CHALET HOUSE is situated on a SOUGHT AFTER GATED DEVELOPMENT and enjoys a plot of APPROX 1.4 ACRES leading down to the LEADEN STOUR. The property features 4 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHROOMS & 4 RECEPTION AREAS as well as benefitting from a DOUBLE GARAGE and AMPLE PARKING.

This WELL PRESENTED DETACHED CHALET HOUSE is situated on a SOUGHT AFTER GATED DEVELOPMENT and enjoys a plot of APPROX 1.4 ACRES leading down to the LEADEN STOUR. The property features 4 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHROOMS & 4 RECEPTION AREAS as well as benefitting from a DOUBLE GARAGE and AMPLE PARKING.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Hurn Court is situated on the western periphery of the Avon Valley, north of the River Stour, between Bournemouth and the historic town of Christchurch. It dates back to the 11th Century when it was a monastic dwelling associated with Christchurch Priory. The Estate came into the ownership of the Earl of Malmesbury in the 1700s (family name Harris, latterly Fitzharris) who redeveloped the property as their country seat, then known as Heron Court. The property has long association with many notable figures, in particular the composer George Frederick Handel, Lord Nelson, the author Henry Fielding and the famed "hostess" of Prince Edward, Lillie Langtry.

The surrounding fertile farmland is retained to this day by the Malmesbury Estate who some years ago sold the re-named Hurn Court and it became Hurn Court School. Following the closure of the school in the late 1980's the main house has been divided into 8 individual units and with the adjoining coach house/ stable block and houses in the grounds, there are now a total of 35 properties on the Estate enjoying approx. 10 acres of communal ground and accessed via electrically operated security gates from both Hurn and Holdenhurst Village.

Number 33 is one of the 4 individual houses on the periphery of the estate and is set in its own grounds of circa 1.4 acres leading down to the Leaden Stour with approx. 200ft of river frontage. The present owners carried out substantial remodelling and enlargement approximately 15 years ago creating a modern home of around 2800sqft.

The front door leads into the porch which gives way to the Entrance Hall. The entrance hall is of an impressive size and has a separate dining area. There is a door to the ground floor cloakroom with wc and wash hand basin. Bedrooms three and four are set to the front of the property. Bedroom three benefits from a range of built in wardrobes a boiler room. A door from the entrance hall leads to the family bathroom which has a suite comprising wc, wash hand basin, bath and separate shower unit. There is also a door to the bathroom from bedroom three which allows it to be set up as an ensuite if required.

The lounge has a feature wood burner and a door leading to the study which could also be set up as an additional reception room if required. An archway from the lounge leads out into the garden room which is a particularly bright room with its vaulted ceiling and doors/windows to the sunny southerly rear aspect. An archway leads into the kitchen which features a range of base and eye level units and worktop incorporating butler sink. Appliances include cooker, American fridge/freezer, dishwasher and built in combination microwave. This room benefits from underfloor heating and has a door into the utility room with a range of units and space/plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.

Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the first floor landing with two storage cupboards including an airing cupboard. The master bedroom has a window overlooking the rear garden. There is a dressing room as well as an ensuite comprising wc, wash hand basin, bath and separate shower unit. Bedroom two also enjoys a pleasant view over the rear garden and has an ensuite comprising wc, wash hand basin and shower unit.

The property sits within a plot of approx. 1.4 acres (not verified). To the front is a private driveway providing off road parking for several cars. There is a double garage with twin electric up and over doors and a door leading through to an extra storage area.

The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with some mature shrub and flower borders. The garden leads down to the picturesque Leaden Stour (a tributary of the nearby River Stour) and buzzes with wildlife. There is a patio area immediately to the rear of the property and the garden benefits from a sunny southerly aspect.

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