THIS stunning Georgian inspired country house with its own Victorian water garden could be yours for just under £4 million.

The Waterhouse, which boasts Palladian influences and a contemporary finish, is set within 3.3 acres of beautiful grounds. 

Approached through woodland, the £3.95 million home, completed in 2010, is situated in a secluded valley at Steep, near Petersfield. 

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Gates lead to a private driveway which meanders over the stream to a large parking and turning area adjacent to the house and garaging.

The atrium-style reception hall boasts a full-height glazed vaulted ceiling, a contemporary staircase with gallery and glazed balustrade, and a water feature that runs through the floor beneath safety glass panels.

The drawing room features a statement stone fireplace and doors open to a terrace, overlooking the lower gardens.

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An incredible kitchen is beautifully fitted by Bulthaup with a range of appliances and a large central island, and dining room with a stunning French hand made wood burner. There is a separate study, again with a stone Drummonds' fireplace, beautifully panelled walls and bespoke cabinetry. A utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor. 

There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms on the first floor. 

The grounds of The Waterhouse are private and secluded. Downstream, they become slightly more wooded with glades providing open spaces.

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Steven Moore, of agents Savills, said: "The Waterhouse is a Georgian-inspired country house with Palladian influences and a contemporary finish, set within an incredible secluded Victorian water garden.

"While the property is located in an enchanting setting within a quiet wooded valley, it is so close to Bedales School and Petersfield."

The Waterhouse is located within the grounds of the former Ashford Chace Estate, a peaceful location in the heart of the South Downs National Park, within close proximity of Bedales School and Dunhurst Prep School.

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The picturesque village of Steep is a sought-after location with its church, primary school and public houses, The Cricketers Inn and The Harrow Inn, as well as the highly-regarded Lawn Tennis Club.

Petersfield is one mile away and has an array of boutique shops, restaurants and cafes, supermarkets including a Waitrose and a M&S Food Hall and an excellent twice-weekly farmers market.

Winchester is around 20 miles away. 

Hampshire Chronicle: The Waterhouse