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  • Tenure: freehold
  • Property type: Detached
  • Parking: Double Garage
  • Council Tax Band: F

Nestled amidst picturesque countryside, Sherwood Grove epitomizes the charm of a late 19th-century brick-built home with a tiled roof, boasting refined accommodations across two floors. Set within approximately 1.85 acres of meticulously landscaped gardens and grounds, the property offers a serene retreat. Under the stewardship of its current owner for nearly three decades, this residence has undergone thoughtful extensions and renovations, making it a timeless and impressive abode. Approached through a five-bar electric gate and a gravel circular driveway, the property exudes a welcoming ambiance. Upon entering the ground floor, guests are greeted by a trio of inviting reception rooms. The sitting room exudes warmth with its brick fireplace and exposed beams, while the drawing room boasts an elegant wood-burning stove and captivating herringbone wood block flooring. The dining room, extended to include a glass garden room opening onto the rear terrace, provides an enchanting space for gatherings. The kitchen/breakfast room, bathed in natural light, features a range of wooden units, integrated appliances, and a central island, with double doors leading to a terrace offering panoramic views of the paddock and surrounding countryside. Completing this level are a utility room and cloakroom, ensuring functional convenience. Ascending to the first floor, via the first staircase, you will discover a principal bedroom with an en suite shower room and three additional bedrooms serviced by a well-appointed family bathroom. A guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom can be accessed either via a second set of stairs, or through the fourth bedroom. Externally the mature gardens showcase a diverse array of shrubs and herbaceous borders, complemented by a productive kitchen garden, greenhouse, and flourishing fruit trees. Beyond the residence lies a paddock spanning approximately 1.16 acres, alongside a tranquil woodland area featuring a private pathway. Augmenting the main residence is a versatile annexe providing additional ancillary accommodation. In 2021, an impressive contemporary garden room was introduced, currently serving as a gym but offering multifunctional potential as an office or studio space. Completing the ensemble are a stable block housing two loose boxes, a feed store, and tack room, as well as two charming brick and flint outbuildingsā€”one accommodating the bore hole pump and the other designated for garden storage. Agents note: Calor gas bottles supply the gas hob, oil fired central heating.
Disclaimer: Private drainage, awaiting Environmental Agency Compliance Certificate.



Charters Alresford
Charters Estate Agents Alresford
The Old Post Office
17 West Street
SO24 9AB

5 Bedroom House - Riversdown Road, West Meon

£1,750,000 - For Sale