This week we have chosen this unique property dating from circa 1672, boarding on to woodland, located in the delightful rural village of Heckfield near Hook.
Forming part of an old school, the property has been lovingly converted into a family home and retains many character features such as exposed oak beams, an open brickwork fireplace with wood burner, solid oak herring bone block flooring and vaulted ceilings.
The property offers two reception rooms, a dining room, cloakroom, three/four bedrooms, a family bathroom and a sympathetically refitted kitchen which offers a complementary contemporary touch to this character property. Throughout, the decor is in harmony with the character of the property.
Externally there is a delightful rear garden with real charm, the lawn winds through established beds and foliage down to the mature woodland which borders the garden. There is a charming additional courtyard area, perfect for outside entertaining in the summer.
A shingle driveway provides parking for several vehicles and the property, although set in a rural village, is conveniently located for the commuter, access the M3 motorway in 5 miles, M4 motorway in 7 miles or travel from one of the local mainline rail stations at Hook and Winchfield.
Viewings are highly recommended on this magnificent and interesting property.