Victorian Coach House Conversion

This beautiful period building is perfectly positioned and has a protected south westerly aspect. The gardens are an intrinsic part of the property with several pairs of French doors opening to the sunny terrace where original stable dividers and mangers have been used to great effect to partially enclose the space and provide planters.

Wonderful character abounds with lovely rooms flowing around the ground floor including a vaulted drawing room which has ample space for formal dining when the farmhouse style kitchen just won’t do. This room has French doors to the terrace and a fine fireplace at one end with an open fire. The kitchen is well fitted with a range of units currently with an Aga and there is room for a dining table in the centre with additional space to relax. French doors from the kitchen and from the adjacent study lead out to the sunny garden and there is also a utility room, cloakroom and good storage in the hall.

The first floor has four good size bedrooms and three bathrooms.

The Coach House has been created from former stabling to a local hotel and public house and nestles comfortably in this lovely setting. Planning permission is in place to extend the property into the adjoining store which has the potential to increase the accommodation with a reception room on the ground floor and a bedroom suite above which would be ideal as part of the main house or perhaps an annexe or guest suite.

A gravelled parking area lies close to the house with further parking space at the top of the garden adjacent to the detached car barn.

The gardens are a delight with terraces, wide steps and lawns, interspersed with mature shrubs and trees.

This little hamlet of Brockbridge lies within the heart of the Meon Valley, close to Droxford where there are local amenities and lovely walks along the banks of the river.

Harringtons quotes a price of £899,000 and welcomes enquiries to the Wickham office on 01329 834835