Equestrian enthusiasts will be delighted with this charming property on the outskirts of Whitchurch in the beautiful village of Freefolk . This three bedroom semi-detached home is in need of modernisation but offers superb rural views across farmland. At the head of the drive is a detached stable block comprising three stables, feed/tack room, hay barn and is surrounded by approximately three acres of paddocks. This character property has huge potential, and has a wrap around garden with mature shrubs and hedging.
Freefolk is a village in Hampshire, England. It lies to the west and almost directly alongside the village of Laverstoke; the two villages are separated by the River Test. It is about 1.5 miles (2 km) east of Whitchurch and 1 mile west of Overton on the B3400 road between Basingstoke and Andover. In the village is an inn named the "Watership Down", known locally as "the Jerry". Built in 1840, it was previously called the Freefolk Arms but was renamed in honour of local author Richard Adams and his book Watership Down, which took its name from the down about 5 miles (8 km) to the north of the village.
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