Knowl Hill Farm House is a 4 bedroom detached family home standing in about 1.1 acre of gardens, situated in an elevated position with open views on the edge of Kingsclere
Knowl Hill Farm House is approached through electric gates, a sweeping drive leads to the house where there is plenty of parking and access to the garage. The property is surrounded by garden on all sides with the potential of dividing off a small paddock if required. It is a handsome property which has been improved by the vendors over the last couple of years who have concentrated on the fabric of the building including a new roof and a new plumbing system. The house now offers good accommodation with 3 reception rooms and a large kitchen/breakfast room with ample room for a table.
On the first floor the main bedroom has a large en suite bathroom with separate dressing room. There are 3 further bedrooms, 2 with a good range of fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom. From the house there are impressive views over the surrounding countryside. The property did have planning permission granted to be extended, and therefore it would be possible to re-apply, should a purchaser wish to create more accommodation.
The grounds are a particular feature of the house with a large grassed area to the front with a timber stable block providing a store room and 2 stables. Directly to one side of the property is a paved terrace beyond which there are areas of garden including vegetable areas with greenhouse, areas of lawn with established beds and borders and there is a detached timber garage.
Knowl Hill Farm House is situated just less than a mile from the centre of Kingsclere. Kingsclere is an attractive village lying just off the A339 road midway between Newbury and Basingstoke. It has a good range of facilities for everyday needs including shops, post office, primary school, health centre with dentist attached, public houses
and churches. There is also the Fieldgate Community Centre with sports field and other sports clubs in the village. Close by is the Sandford Springs Golf Club.
The village is surrounded by attractive countryside which provides good walking and riding, including the renowned Watership Down. Communications from here are good both by road and rail, and there is a regular bus service into both Newbury and Basingstoke.
Kingsclere village less than 1 mile
Newbury 8.3 miles
Basingstoke 9.6 miles
Fast trains to London Paddington and London Waterloo from Newbury and Basingstoke respectively
Excellent road links via easy access to the M3, A34 and M4 motorway
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council
Council Tax: Band G