A delightful two bedroom cottage that sleeps 3 with the addition of another separate double sofa bed to increase sleeping to 5. Within the rural community of Ropley, overlooking paddocks and The South Downs National Park.
This attractive home, parts of which date to the 16th century and are of flint construction, is presented in fantastic condition throughout.
Positioned on the popular St Swithuns Way this location is perfect for those wishing to walk the many footpaths crisscrossing this rural community.
Local attractions include the Georgian market town of Alresford, the Watercress Line historic steam railway, novelist Jane Austen's house, Gilbert White's house, Queen Elizabeth Country Park, the famous watercress beds that abound on the chalk streams of the area and of course the beauty of The South Downs National Park.
The quiet village offers a community run village store and post office, recreation fields with play area, sports pavilion and cricket green and a Thai restaurant all within walking distance. Many more restaurants and shops are a short cycle away in the neighbouring villages.
Alternatively sit in the conservatory or south facing garden and enjoy the views across the rolling fields towards the South Downs. An excellent network of footpaths/bridleways on the doorstep that extend for miles and miles deep into the South Downs and towards Winchester.
Dogs welcome in the house. However there is also the heated kennel for those wet muddy dogs if needed, this could also be used as a secure lockable bike store.