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The house is rendered, over blockwork downstairs – which also features a false brick plinth – and upstairs over stainless steel lath. “We wanted a render because it’s Hampshire country style,” says Peter.


The house boasts a total of five bedrooms, three of which include ensuites – although the loft has been “prepped” should future owners wish to convert it to create a sixth and seventh bedroom and add another bathroom. The master bedroom, which features a south facing Juliet balcony, sits within its own suite which includes an ensuite with his and hers sinks plus a walk-in wardrobe, and a separate staircase that leads down into to the family room. Downstairs, guests are welcomed into a large double-height entrance with the stairs at the back leading up to a partially-galleried landing.


To the left are the formal dining and living rooms, while to the right the hallway leads to a small reading room and through to the kitchen/living family area.


Before making the big decisions, Peter and Debbie took their plans to a few local estate agents and asked for advice on what to include and where to hold back on spending, and where to splash out. “It was quite specific,” says Debbie. “An English oak painted kitchen and German or Italian sanitaryware, all white. No one can be offended by white!”


Deciding on a kitchen took six months and involved several companies, despite their relative flexibility on the style. “The only thing I insisted on was all the corners were rounded,” says Debbie. Sticking with the Hampshire country theme, they tried to source as many


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