Stunning Victorian unlisted vicarage, situated on the edge of a popular Hampshire village with charming formal gardens, excellent outbuildings including secondary accommodation and circa 40 acres.
Situated in a semi-rural position this gorgeous old vicarage presents a superb opportunity to acquire a property steeped in history and full of character. Approached via a private gravel driveway, you arrive at the charming pitched entrance porch, which leads to the generous entrance hall, from which the principal reception rooms flow. Of particular note is the superb drawing room with large bay window, which floods the room with an abundance of light and offers superb views over the formal gardens. The room also benefits from high ceilings typical of its era and there is an open fire for the winter nights.
The ground floor also offers a large kitchen/breakfast room, delightful dining room with views out to the garden, snug with bay window, separate utility room and cloakroom. Many of the rooms offer high ceilings, large windows and other period features synonymous with the architectural style and age. Ascending to the first floor via the splendid staircase, you arrive at a large galleried landing from which the dual aspect master suite flows, with its own generous modern en suite and plethora of built in wardrobes. There are two further good-sized double bedrooms both with fine views and with family bathroom on this level. Rising to the second floor there are two further bedrooms one with en suite and kitchenette perfect for au pair or lodger.
Further potential we believe exists due to this gorgeous property not being listed, subject to necessary permissions.
Formal gardens and grounds of nearly 5 acres surround The Old Vicarage. Wonderfully secluded, the banks of the River Dun flow through the grounds. There are numerous mature trees and shrubs within the various borders and a charming games lawn perfect for hosting events.
There are a number of outbuildings but of particular note is the separate garaging with large independent secondary accommodation that is currently set up as a home office, with meeting area and cloakroom facilities but could easily function as guest accommodation if needed. Beyond the old canal lies some 35 acres of additional pasture land that can be accessed via a charming bridge from the formal grounds or via two separate rights of way over neighbouring land. The current owners also rent additional land which borders their own. There is currently a private shoot operating on the land run by the owners.
The longstanding Natwest Fly Fishing Association, whom stock the river with trout on a regular basis and own the fishing rights to the river. The new owner could seek membership from the club in order to fish from their own land.
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Lot Acres: 40