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BOASTING A GENEROUS AND PRIVATE GARDEN OF APPROX HALF AN ACRE - A thatched Grade II Listed Cottage believed to date back to the 16th/17th Century with a wealth of character including woodburner
This charming character property is situated in the village of Three Legged Cross which offers amenities including, play group, first school, garden centre, two shops, doctors and pharmacy. The property offers good road links to outstanding open space including Ringwood Forest and Moors Valley Country Park. The larger market town of Ringwood is just a short drive away with access to the New Forest National Park and the seaside town of Bournemouth with its sandy beaches is also a short distance by car.
This charming character property is believed to date back to the 16th / 17th Century and is rumoured to have once been a farm workers place of worship and a piggery. The cottage has been owned by the current owner for over 30 years and has been extended in that time whilst still offering a generous plot.
The main entrance is via the kitchen which is a light room boasting a vaulted ceiling. The room comprises of black wall and base units with a wooden counter top, including a double oven, induction hob, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer.
Leading from the kitchen is the separate dining room with access to the rear garden. This room also enjoys a vaulted ceiling and offers space for a large dining room suite and other pieces of freestanding furniture. Continuing from this room to the rear of the property is a guest bedroom which easily accommodates a double bed and is serviced by an ensuite shower room comprising of a white suite of toilet, basin and walk in shower.
The family bathroom is located on the ground floor comprising of a white suite of P shaped bath, toilet and basin, this fully tiled room includes a mirror. Completing the downstairs accommodation is the charming sitting room with many character features including wood beams, wood burner, inglenook fireplace and surround. This room easily accommodates a large sofa suite and has access to the rear garden.
Rising to the first floor, the master bedroom accommodates a double bed and other pieces of furniture enjoying a lovely outlook over the rear garden. The second bedroom also accommodates a double bed and freestanding furniture, the room also benefits from a small wash hand sink. The third bedroom houses a single bed.
The cottage is approached by a driveway with parking for several vehicles and access to a thatched garage which offers space for storage and a mezzanine level with scope to become an annexe (STPP). The generous plot which is approx. 0.5 of an acre enjoys clear boundaries and good degree of privacy with a second vehicular access at the bottom of the plot. Immediately from the house is a sandstone patio area and the remainder of the garden is primarily laid to lawn with various vantage points to enjoy the sunshine and outlook. The garden offers plenty of space for a log cabin and other outbuildings. Overall this charming character home offers a wonderful plot for keen gardeners and a viewing is highly recommended.
Sitting Room 5.91m (19'5) Max x 3.51m (11'6) Max
Dining Room 3.11m (10'2) Max x 4.15m (13'7) Max
Snug 3.19m (10'6) Max x 3.25m (10'8) Max
Kitchen 3.07m (10'1) Max x 5.09m (16'8) Max
Master Bedroom 3.29m (10'10) Max x 3.77m (12'4) Max
Guest Suite 4.76m (15'7) Max x 3.56m (11'8)
Bedroom 2 3.3m (10'10) Max x 3.45m (11'4) Max
Bedroom 3 2.87m (9'5) Max x 1.8m (5'11) Max
Bathroom 1.99m (6'6) Max x 2.25m (7'5) Max
En-suite 1.4m (4'7) x 3.56m (11'8)
Garage 6.17m (20'3) Max x 3.16m (10'4) Max
Garage with Annexe potential
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