Enjoy The Mill House on the banks of the River Test

Enjoy The Mill House on the banks of the River Test 6165850

Enjoy The Mill House on the banks of the River Test
There is a superb opportunity to enjoy living on the banks of the River Test in a wonderful period property. The Mill House is an impressive Victorian house set in two acres of wonderful gardens on the banks of the river. Spacious accommodation is versatile and if the garden responsibility seems too onerous then the services of a gardener can be arranged to enable the tenants to just sit back and enjoy this fabulous location.

Three formal reception rooms, all with period features and open fireplaces, run along the front of the house accessed from a fine porch and reception hall; with the kitchen and a whole range of ancillary rooms across the rear. The farmhouse style kitchen has an Aga and lovely views over the orchard and garden. There is also access to a cellar.

A split level landing branches off to two wings which can be separated if required or used as a whole to include a large master suite with a bedroom, dressing room and bathroom, three further double bedrooms, a bathroom and separate shower room. At the far end there are two more rooms together with a small kitchen and another bathroom.

A second flight of stairs leads up to three large attic rooms which provide extensive storage.

One of the main attractions of The Mill House is the position close to the river in superb gardens, here on the outskirts of Romsey. The gardens comprise lawns with several well stocked borders, an orchard, and of course the river. There is also a large garage.

BCM quotes a monthly rent of £3,500 for this wonderful opportunity to live in The Mill House and further details are available by calling 01962 763900.

Source : DailyEcho

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