Heart of Hambledon

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It has loads of character with lots of original features and having been carefully refurbished by the current owners also combines some modern living features alongside panelled walls and exposed beams, pinewood doors and some original brick and wooden floors.

Other features include oil heating, an inglenook fireplace with woodburner and a private cottage garden enjoying views of Speltham Hill.

With three bedrooms, en-suite and family bathroom, a spacious hall with built-in workstations proving a very practical arrangement for home office working, sitting room, dining room, kitchen with utility room and cloakroom, internal viewing is an absolute must.

The historic village of Hambledon offers a good range of amenities to include daily shopping, primary school, historic church and a much-used village hall.

The area forms part of the South Downs National Park and offers an abundance of footpaths and bridleways including the South Downs Way.

The nearby town of Petersfield has a main line railway station with services to London Waterloo.

The south coast, Winchester and Portsmouth are all within easy driving distance.