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Fleet, Hampshire - Guide £1,000,000


An attractive Grade II listed period farmhouse built over 500 years ago, retaining many original features and occupying a mature plot measuring in excess of 1.6 acres. Originally a dairy farm, the property has been sympathetically extended to provide excellent accommodation spanning over 3000 sq. ft. including a separate annexe. Presented in excellent decorative order the accommodation comprises of re-fitted kitchen/breakfast room, four further reception rooms, conservatory, utility room and cloakroom to the ground floor. The first floor boasts four bedrooms, the master bedroom has a dressing area and en-suite facilities, bedroom two also benefits from an en-suite shower room. There is also a four piece family bathroom. The annexe includes a kitchen area, shower room, WC and stairs to a bonus room. It has been used as an office/work area and also as living space.


The mature grounds feature a generous paddock, two duck ponds, decked areas and a summer house offering excellent entertainment, leisure and relaxation opportunities. Driveway and a double garage offer excellent parking arrangements. Telephone 01252 620640


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