Character Residence In Popular Village

Character Residence In Popular Village

26 October 2017
Character Residence In Popular Village

Goadsby estate agents Fordingbridge are pleased to offer to the market an extremely attractive and pretty turn of the 19th century cottage standing in the centre of the popular Downland village of Martin.

Situated on a good size plot this beautifully presented property offers spacious accommodation which has been extended in more recent years.  The accommodation comprises a generous size living room with feature fireplace and woodburner, a fabulous kitchen/family room opening to a conservatory.  An impressive oak staircase leads to the first floor landing providing access to three good size bedrooms with en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom and a luxury shower room.

The good size gardens are a particular feature of the property enjoying a delightful aspect and offering a degree of privacy and seclusion. A gravelled driveway provides off road parking for several vehicles and leads to the double garage benefiting from power and light and plumbing for washing machine.

An asking price of £480,000 is being sought and Manager Malcolm Steeden commented “The picturesque village of Martin is highly sought after and an internal viewing of this delightful cottage is highly recommended.”  For further details or to request a viewing please call Goadsby estate agents 01425 656666.

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