Gravel Close, Brown Candover, Alresford
Guide Price £420,000
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Type: House
Reception Rooms: 1

Property Details

A spacious three bedroom family home set in this wonderful semi-rural location. Gravel Close is located on the edge of the village and the properties benefit from having beautiful views over the fields behind. There are dog walks from the doorstep, and good pub/eateries in Totford and Preston Candover.

The property is approached via a path leading to the front door, which opens to the entrance hall, where there is utility cupboard (formally a cloakroom) and stairs to the first floor. Off the hall, is the long sitting room, which has an open fire in a brick surround, a window to the front and French doors opening to the Large Conservatory. Doors lead out to the garden.

The kitchen has a range of Shaker style kitchen units, with worktops above. There is a built-in eye-level double oven, an electric hob and extractor hood above. There is space for a table and chairs in the dining area, and an understairs cupboard housing the boiler.

Upstairs, on the landing, is the bathroom, which has a white suite, and includes a corner shower and free-standing bath. The main bedroom enjoys views over the fields behind, as does the adjoining second bedroom. The third bedroom is at the front of the property.

Outside, there is a lawned front garden with a flower bed border and a hedge separating the house from its neighbour. A side gate leads through to the large rear garden. A decked seating area adjoins the rear of the house and some steps lead up to the main garden, which is laid to lawn. A rustic-style fence, with a gate, borders the field behind.

Brown Candover is located in the heart of the beautiful Candover Valley. It is surrounded by farmland and lovely countryside with a good choice of walks and long distance footpaths close by. The nearby village of Preston Candover has a local primary school, a well-known pub/restaurant and a village shop. More extensive shopping facilities can be found in Basingstoke and the market town of Alresford, with its eclectic mix of independent shops and restaurants and Perins Secondary School. A bus route goes through the village and connects with Alresford and Basingstoke. The cathedral city of Winchester is about 7-8 miles distant and offers a much wider range of services. Mainline rail services to London Waterloo are available from Winchester and Basingstoke.

SERVICES Mains electricity and water are connected. There is an oil-fired boiler and a private drainage system (Cesspit).

LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council
Council Tax Band: D

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