Walled garden the perfect setting for Park House

Walled garden the perfect setting for Park House

A high, tile capped, brick and flint wall encloses the delightful gardens of Park House at Amport. With a charming backdrop of the 14th century parish church, Amport is a quintessential English village with a local primary school, village green and a pub. Other nearby communities such as Abbots Ann and Grateley provide additional amenities, even a mainline station which brings Waterloo within a 77 minute trip.

In addition to the high brick wall the garden features a multitude of established trees and shrubs which create a private and secluded atmosphere, with various areas of lawn and paved terraces to sit and enjoy warm summer days. The garden extends to more than a quarter of an acre and close to the entrance is a double garage with a workshop and store, additional driveway parking and two greenhouses within the garden.

The house has extensive accommodation over two floors radiating from a spacious and elegant reception hall. Formal drawing and dining rooms are impressive and there is also a sitting room close to the kitchen/breakfast room for total relaxation together with a garden room and a conservatory both on the sunny side. An inner hallway gives access to substantial storage and the cloakroom and there is also a utility room with a door to the garden.

Stairs from the hall rise to the naturally lit first floor landing which branches off to five double bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom is charming with its own large bathroom and a door to a sunny balcony overlooking the principal area of garden. There is also a large family bathroom with a bath and separate shower.

Be sure to arrange to view this delightful home on a fine day to fully appreciate…