- An elegant central portion of a fine country house
- Private and mature grounds extending to over three acres
- Four further bedrooms and two further bathrooms
- Parking for a numerous vehicles
- Elegant drawing room with open fireplace
- Range of cellar storage rooms, games room, laundry, study
Middlemarch forms part of Bordean House and is an elegant and graciously proportioned Grade II listed house, believed to have been built in the early nineteenth century. Bordean House was originally a substantial country house and estate that was divided into six properties just over twenty years ago, the main house itself being divided into three. Retaining many period features including fireplaces, ornate plasterwork, original doors and molded doorframes, the house has high ceilings and deep windows which take advantage of open outlook over rolling downland. The accommodation is arranged on four floors and comprises six bedrooms and four reception rooms with extensive cellars and grounds extending to just over three acres. A further area of land comprising a paddock and woodland may be available by separate negotiation.
The property is approached over a long driveway, leading to a gravelled parking forecourt. To the front and rear of the house are formal lawned areas which extend to 1.2 acres, beyond which is a paddock of approximately 1.85 acres.
The property is situated in the hamlet of Bordean which is in the South Downs national park and lies three miles west of Petersfield. The surrounding countryside includes much farmland and quiet country lanes, providing scenic walking and riding. Petersfield provides excellent amenities including a twice weekly market, Waitrose, Tesco and M&S food hall as well a good range of individual shops. The mainline station connects to London Waterloo in just over an hour. There is a wide range of state and private schooling in the area, including Churchers College in Petersfield and Bedales