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Property DetailsA pretty period cottage with paddock and barn on the edge of the New Forest
Entrance hall, Sitting room, Dining room, Study, Kitchen, Garden room, Bathroom
2 Bedrooms with ensuite shower rooms, 2 Further bedrooms
Gardens, Paddock, Barn, About 1.24 acres
Rosemary Cottage is a charming Grade II listed thatched cottage believed to date from the 18th Century. The cottage is full of period features, which include inglenook fireplaces, exposed beams and beautiful wide wood floor boards on both floors. Rosemary Cottage has been updated throughout and sympathetically extended on the ground floor to create spacious and flexible accommodation. With many rooms being dual aspect, the house is very light throughout with stunning views over the garden and the countryside beyond.
The accommodation on the ground floor is accessed from a central hall. The sitting room has a wood burner with a door out onto the terrace and opens out into the garden room. The dining room opens out into the kitchen which has a good range of floor and wall cupboards with built in appliances. There is also a door to outside. A study and family bathroom can also be found.
On the first floor are two spacious bedrooms, both with ensuite shower rooms and two further bedrooms.
Rosemary Cottage is approached through a five bar wood gate with a gravel drive leading to the front of the house where there is ample parking, lawn and a pretty thatched well. The gardens to the rear of the house are mostly laid to lawn and boarded by mature hedging and post and rail fencing. To the side of the house is access to the paddock, which also has its own access to the road, and has a good sized barn.
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Additional Property InformationThis single family listing located at Hamptworth, Salisbury offers four bedrooms. The property is presently availible for $725,000.
This property is listed by Fred Cook of Strutt & Parker headquartered in England.