Reception hall | Drawing room | Dining hall | Cinema room | Study | Kitchen/breakfast room | Cloakroom | Master bedroom suite | Four further bedrooms all with en suites | Artist's studio with adjoining office | Laundry room
Cottage comprising: Living room with kitchen area | Two bedrooms | Bathroom
Indoor swimming pool | Hard tennis court | Double garage | Plant room | Store | EPC rating D
The principal reception rooms are accessed off the welcoming reception hall and include the drawing room which incorporates a stunning double aspect window seat overlooking the lawns and stream. The double height windows also contain casement doors leading out onto the terrace.
The well-appointed Smallbone kitchen/breakfast room has an excellent range of Burr maple wooden wall and floor units with a black granite surface. The kitchen/breakfast room has been well designed with a variety of Sub Zero, Miele and Woolf appliances, a larder and breakfast bar.
The dining room has the most striking view across the private valley gardens with doors opening on to the terrace. The study has bespoke fitted oak furniture and to complete the ground floor there is a cinema room with projector, screen and surround sound, which is linked throughout the house.
The master bedroom suite has a spacious dressing area with extensive wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with a large walk in shower. The bedroom has triple aspect views and there are four additional bedrooms, all with adjoining shower or bathrooms and built in cupboards.
The indoor pool has elegant Travertine stone flooring throughout, feature lights within the arched ceiling and a current machine. The pool room has triple doors which open out onto the terrace and there is a separate changing area with a shower and WC.
The cottage is a delightful space with an open plan living area. The kitchen has a comprehensive range of appliances and there are two double bedrooms and a spacious bathroom.
Upper Mill House lies on the outskirts of the very pretty Hampshire village of Monxton. The area offers plenty of recreational facilities ranging from fishing on the nearby chalk streams, golf at Leckford or Winchester, sailing on the south coast to racing at Goodwood or Salisbury. There is also an excellent selection of schools in the area.
What was once a rolling valley has been transformed to a sensational setting predominantly with extensive manicured lawns, paddocks and woodland. The grounds are framed by a range of large mature trees and woodland which gives privacy to the property. The house is approached through double electric gate and a sweeping tree lined gravel driveway leads to the house. There is a large parking area and access to the double garage which has electric doors.
To the rear of the house is a fantastic stone terrace which can be accessed from the principal reception rooms and creates a platform ideally suited for entertaining and from which you can take in the full extent of the views. A tributary from the River Test meanders through the grounds which once served the local mill. There is a hard tennis court tucked away and is bordered by box hedging.