Alderholt, Fordingbridge, SP6 3DF

£315,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A beautifully presented four bedroom mid terrace Victorian house with many characterful features retained cleverly mixed with modern day living. Situated in the centre of the village of Alderholt which offers a range of local facilities which include a highly regarded primary school, local shop including a Post Office, popular public house, part-time Doctor's surgery, church hall, village hall, and sports ground. The nearby towns of Fordingbridge and Ringwood provide a greater range of shops, health and recreational facilities. The local road network provides ready access to the regional centres of Salisbury, Bournemouth and Southampton, where there are mainline rail links and airports at the latter two. The outdoor enthusiast is well catered for with the New Forest within a short drive providing excellent walking, cycling and riding and the award winning beaches at Bournemouth and Poole providing miles of golden sands.

The well-proportioned accommodation provided over three floors has been extended in the recent years and offers approximately 1060 sq. feet of delightful living space. Comprising of a reception porch with quarry floor tiles and a partially glazed door opening into the sitting room; which overlooks the front aspect and has a feature fire place with stone hearth and wooden mantle with wood burning stove and oak flooring which continues through to kitchen/dining room. The dining area has a full height door to an under stairs cloaks cupboard and ample space for table and chairs. The sizeable kitchen offers a range of bespoke base and wall units, complimenting oak effect work tops, one and half basin stainless steel sink unit, space for a freestanding Range style cooker, washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer, tiled splashbacks and ceramic tiled flooring which continues through to the rear porch. The rear porch gives access to the partially tiled shower room and the rear garden.

From the dining room an attractive oak staircase rises to the first floor landing which provides access to the master and second bedroom, bedroom one benefits from three characteristic windows overlooking the front, cast iron period fireplace, picture rail and exposed timber floor boards. Bedroom two overlooks the rear garden. A further stair case rises to the second floor landing which provides access to two more bedrooms both of which benefit from Velux window to enhance the natural lighting.

The front garden is clearly defined by picket fencing and dwarf walling and is laid to gravel for low maintenance with shrub borders and a hardstanding pathway to the reception porch. The rear gardens are well enclosed with a raised gravel area adjoining the property retained by wooden sleepers, a step down to the lawn area with flower and shrub border and a path way leading to the garage and rear gate. The garage has an up and over door, power and lighting and there is also an additional parking space.

Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the location and the presentation of this charming period house.

COUNCIL TAX BAND: C

ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING: D

AGENTS NOTES: The heating system, mains and appliances have not been tested by Hearnes Estate Agents. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive and do not form part of the contract.

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