A MILLION-pound Victorian house has been refurbished to have all the grace of the era in which it was built.

The vendors, who carried out the work, have now put Phoenix House on the market with Hartley Wintney-based estate agents Charlton Grace.

Phoenix House (pictured above) is listed and dates back to about 1859. It stands in around an acre of south-facing and partly-walled gardens in Phoenix Green - a hamlet only a mile from Hartley Wintney village.

The house has a pillared entrance and many refurbished Georgian-style windows to shed natural daylight into rooms with shutters and high ceilings.

The drawing room has a log-burner in the marble fireplace and a door through to a garden room that overlooks grounds, where there is a blue cedar tree and early summer colour from rhododendron and azalea bushes.

Marble fireplaces also feature in the dining room and study. The one in the dining room has been closed off, while the one in the study is flanked by bespoke Georgian-style cabinets.

Custom-built maple units in the kitchen, where a chimney breast is inset with an Aga, surround a central island and stand on a wooden floor.

The appliances are a dishwasher, fridge and freezer.

The kitchen opens to a breakfast room with stairs to a second-floor guest suite, where there is a bedroom, refurbished Victorian-style bath and shower room and a cloakroom.

The remainder of the ground floor offers a sitting room, playroom, laundry and pantry and a cloakroom. And, as the age of the house might suggest, there is also a cellar.

Sealed fireplaces are still a feature of three of the four bedrooms on the first floor where the en suite and family bathrooms have also been refurbished in Victorian style.

The en suite bathroom is luxurious. It has a whirlpool bath and twin wash basins set into a marble surround.

A semi-circular drive sweeps up to Phoenix House and the detached double garage, which has loft storage. There is also a paved courtyard with raised flowerbeds.

Mark Charlton, a founder of Charlton Grace, which opened its doors only last year, said: "Phoenix House offers superb accommodation of great character."