Brickhill Cottage, Rockbourne Road, Sandleheath, Fordingbridge, Hampshire
£1,175,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Sitting room

Dining room

Study

Kitchen/Breakfast room & Utility

Principal bedroom with en suite shower room

2 Further bedrooms, 1 in use as a snug

Family bathroom

Annexe with bed/sitting room, kitchen & bathroom

Outbuilding with stables, tack room, garage & workshop

Garden - in all, 6.05 acres

Barn & Log store

Brickhill Cottage is an appealing property which offers a relaxed, characterful living environment with exposed beams, rustic ledge and brace internal doors and feature fireplaces. The property also benefits from Commoners Rights onto the New Forest.

The reception hall leads to a formal dining room which offers the perfect spot to host family and friends, with steps leading down into the elegant sitting room, enjoying a wood-burning stove and French doors providing a link to the outside and a second aperture leading into the kitchen/breakfast room. Filled with natural light from bay windows, skylights and French doors, this sociable space allows far reaching views and a seamless transition to the terrace. The kitchen is fitted with pastel-toned cabinetry and integrated appliances with ample space for informal dining. Ancillary space is provided by the adjoining utility room.

On the first floor there are two bedrooms, with the generous, triple-aspect principal room having fitted storage and an en suite shower room. A roomy landing area currently presents as a snug with options to provide a further occasional bedroom. The family bathroom is situated on the floor below. The property also offers a self-contained annexe with an independent entrance, as well as a rear hall link through to the main house.

The property is situated on the northern fringes of Sandleheath which offers a convenience store with post office and a village hall hosting a calendar of events and clubs. The town of Fordingbridge is a short distance away with an array of local services including shopping, a library and a medical centre, as well as Infants and Junior schooling. A more comprehensive range of facilities is available in the cathedral city of Salisbury providing a station with regular train services into London, Cardiff, Exeter and Southampton.

Well-regarded schooling in the vicinity includes Salisbury Cathedral School, Chafyn Grove and Godolphin School, as well as Bishop Wordsworth and South Wilts Grammar Schools.

A walled terrace adjoins the house with access points to a rear porch and the kitchen/breakfast room. Steps lead up from the gravelled driveway and down onto paved terracing. The garden and grounds are mainly laid to lawn interspersed

with mature shrubs and specimen trees and post-and-rail fencing affords views across to the adjoining fields. Versatile-use outbuildings include an agricultural open barn, a linked timber outbuilding with two stable stalls, garaging and a workshop, as well as a large log store and paddock, in all 6.05 acres. The property also benefits from Commoners Rights onto the New Forest.

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