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The average price of Detached properties in GU34 is £695,373.
The most recent sale of the same type on this road was THE SPINNEY High Street on Mar 31, 2022 for £600,000.
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About this property
Originally an Elizabethan timber framed building with a thatched
roof, the house has a fascinating history and is believed to date
from the 17th Century with later additions. The house is full of
character and is a wonderful family home with well-proportioned
rooms, fireplaces, exposed beams and timbers. Many of the rooms
have the benefit of a dual aspect with fine views to the garden and
the Selborne Hangers beyond.
Two spacious reception rooms lead from the entrance hall and
provide excellent entertaining and family space. The twin aspect
sitting room is a beautiful room with an Inglenook fireplace and
wood burning stove. The dining room also has a fireplace with a
wood burning stove and double doors opening out to the garden. Of
note, there is also a study with bespoke oak cabinets and a desk,
ideal for home working. The garden room is at the south-east end of
the house (set off the sitting room) and enjoys fine views over the
garden. The wine cellar is conveniently accessed via the garden
The bespoke kitchenbreakfast room has a range of eye and base level
oak cabinets, granite work surfaces and integrated appliances
including a gas fired Nobel range with an additional electric
ceramic hob. A lovely ‘snug‘ room, with a dresser, opens from the
The first floor is approached via a broad staircase and includes
four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The dual aspect main bedroom
has an en suite bathroom and a large walk-in wardrobe.
The gardens have evolved over many years and are a very special
feature of the house. The overall grounds complement the mature and
established village setting and take full advantage of the changing
seasons and exceptional views of the Selborne Hangers.
Lassams is ideally situated in a Conservation Area and adjacent to
the High Street in one of Hampshire‘s most unspoilt and
characterful villages with stunning views towards The Hangers.
Selborne has a strong community with a public house - ‘The Selborne
Arms‘, St Mary‘s Church, village hall and Selborne C of E Primary
School. The village is set amidst fine Hampshire countryside
between the villages of Hawkley and Farringdon within the South
Downs National Park. Renowned for its association with Gilbert
White, the 18th Century naturalist, the village is home to Gilbert
White‘s House and Museum and is surrounded by scenery of
outstanding natural beauty lying at the foot of a beech covered
hanger. White‘s Café forms part of the Museum and is a popular
village meeting place. The larger centres of Liss and Alton
collectively provide a range of facilities as well as mainline
railway stations to London Waterloo. In addition, the A3 can be
accessed at Liss providing a route to London and the south
The house is approached via a pair of hardwood gates and a shingle
driveway providing parking and access to the detached double
garage. The garage could potentially be converted to provide an
external room home office (subject to any necessary consents). The
driveway is screened from the garden by mature yew hedging and
continues to a triple bay oak framed car barn and workshop. There
is an upper storage area over the workshop and an electric vehicle
charging point in the bays. A mower shed is set to the side of the
Gardens and Grounds
The landscaped gardens and grounds are primarily to the south and
west and take full advantage of the beautiful setting and glorious
views to the Selborne Hangers. There is a very well-positioned
Amdega summerhouse and expanses of brick edged lawn set between
mature beech and low lonicera hedgerows together with banks of
flowering shrubs, spring bulbs and a variety of young and mature
trees including a small orchard of apple cordons. There are a
variety of areas of interest including a ‘knot garden‘ set around a
fountain to the south-east corner of the garden and an area of low
stone walling and a tall urn set centrally to the rear boundary. Of
note, there is also a small former granary set on four staddle
stones. A broad brick terrace adjoins the sitting room and dining
room and provides an ideal outside seating area. A well (believed
to be the deepest in the village) stands to the rear of the
In all the gardens and grounds extend to about 0.82 of an acre.
Services - Gas fired central heating. Mains drainage.
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