Barton Stacey, Winchester, Hampshire So21

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Barton Stacey, Winchester, Hampshire So21

A handsome detached period house with great charm and character, standing within a long westerly facing mature garden extending to just over half an acre, situated in the heart of the village close to local amenities


An attractive Grade II Listed period house that has not been on market for the last forty years, constructed of brick/brick and flint elevations beneath a tiled and part slate roof.  The plot extends to about 0.57 acres and the vast majority of this is a mature westerly facing garden with an interesting variety of trees, enjoying peace and seclusion.  

The characterful accommodation comprises a dual aspect drawing room with fireplace, large dining room with inglenook fireplace, study, small separate computer room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility and cellar.  There are five bedrooms, three bedroom and a family bathroom above the main house, one triple aspect bedroom (also on the first floor) is accessed via a separate staircase and it is thought there is scope to create a small en suite facility there (subject to obtaining any required consents).  The fifth bedroom and a shower room are located on the ground floor at the rear of the property.


The property is situated in the heart of the village of Barton Stacey, which offers a Post Office, primary school, public house, church and regular bus services.  The cathedral city of Winchester, within approximately fifteen minutes’ drive, offers a more comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities, as well as a mainline railway station providing fast services to Waterloo.  The picturesque town of Stockbridge is also within seven miles and the A303 and M3 are close at hand allowing convenient access to London and the West Country. 


Brick path leads to leaded covered  ENTRANCE PORCH  Wood panelled door into:

HALLWAY  Coir matting.  Wide staircase with decorative hand rails rising to first floor.  Cupboard concealing meter/fuse box. Panelled doors to dining room and

DRAWING ROOM  (Dual aspect split level room)  
Upper level:  Inset Jetmaster fireplace with stone hearth and decorative mantelpiece.  Recess to either side of chimney breast, one with full height antique pine shelved cupboards, the other with low level cupboard with display sill above.  Exposed ceiling timber.  Panelled door into galley kitchen/breakfast room.  Small pane picture window to front aspect.  Wall lights.  Radiator.
Lower Level/Music Area:  Small pane glazed double doors leading onto brick terrace and garden.  Wall lights.  Radiator.

DINING ROOM  Large reception room featuring a beautiful wide inglenook fireplace with cast iron wood burning stove on a brick hearth with exposed beam over.  Recess to either side of fireplace, one with high cupboard above, the other with narrow panelled door into small computer room.  Chamfered ceiling beam.  Wall lights.  Radiator.

SMALL COMPUTER ROOM  Small pane window to front aspect.  Quarry tiled floor.  Ceiling light point.  Shelving.  Radiator.

Kitchen:  Stainless steel 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap.  Roll top work surfaces with ceramic tiled splash back.  Range of hand-built high and low level cupboards and drawers.  Siemens double oven and grill.  Separate Baumatic ceramic four ring hob with extractor fan and light above.  Recess and plumbing for dishwasher.  Recess for day fridge/freezer.  Low level shelving with opening into brick bread oven.  Down lighters.  Herringbone effect flooring.  Small pane window with views down the main garden.  Panelled door into utility/former bakery.
Breakfast Area:  Space for dining table.  Small pane window with views down the main garden.  Herringbone effect flooring.  Down lighters.  Door concealing oak/brick steps descending into:

CELLAR  (Good size storage room, formerly a play room)  Shelving.  Power points.  Eurostar oil fired boiler.  Space for upright and chest fridge/freezers.  

UTILITY / FORMER BAKERY  High vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins.  Herringbone brick floor.  Solid beech top with tiled splash back and Belfast sink unit, cupboard beneath with plumbing and space to side for washing machine.  Shelved cupboard with room over to stack dryer with further cupboard above.  Sheila Maid.  Windows to either side aspect.  Ledged panelled door leading to terrace and garden.  Tall broom cupboard.  Doors to study, bedroom five and shower room.

STUDY  Quarry tiled floor.  Small pane window to side aspect.  Door to driveway.  Ceiling light point.  Exposed ceiling timber.  Shelving.  Door concealing staircase 2 ascending to first floor.

BEDROOM FIVE  (Small double bedroom)  Vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins. Spot lights.  Wide picture window with views down the main garden.  Radiator.

SHOWER ROOM  White suite comprising wash hand basin with mixer tap and towel rail beneath, glass shelf and mirror above.  High level WC.  Glass door into fully tiled enclosure with Triton wall mounted shower.  Window to side aspect.  Ceramic tiled floor and walls.  Down lighter.


LANDING  Access to loft space.  Panelled doors to bedrooms one and two.

BEDROOM ONE  (Large double bedroom)  Exposed chimney breast with built-in double wardrobe cupboard to one side.  Small pane picture window to front aspect.  Wall lights.  Radiator.  Latch door onto galleried landing above reception hall with small pane window to front aspect, ceiling light point and balustrade overlooking stairwell.

BEDROOM TWO  (Large double bedroom)  Exposed chimney breast to one wall with shelving to one side.  Three built-in double wardrobe cupboards.  Small pane picture window to front aspect.  Wall lights.  Radiator.

INNER LANDING / LIBRARY AREA  Full height book shelving to either side.  Small pane window with views down the main garden.  Radiator.  Doors to bedroom three, bathroom and airing cupboard with lagged copper cylinder, fitted immersion and slatted shelving.

BEDROOM THREE Small pane window with views down the main garden.  Pendant ceiling light point.  Wall light point.    Radiator.

FAMILY BATHROOM  White suite comprising T&G panelled bath with mixer tap/hand held shower attachment to one end.  Old England ceramic basin on stand, cupboard beneath.  Low level WC.  Quadrant glass/tiled enclosure with Bristan shower.  Part ceramic tiled walls.  Down lighters.  Small pane window to rear aspect.  Radiator.

Staircase Two rising directly into:

BEDROOM FOUR  (Triple aspect, currently used as a workshop)   Small pane windows to front, side and rear elevations, the rear enjoying distant views towards countryside.  Access to loft space.  Fluorescent strip lighting.  Plumbing and sink to one end (where it could be possible to create a small en suite facility).

Gardens and grounds extending to about 0.57 acres

The front of the property is enclosed with an attractive brick and flint wall.  Brick/quarry tiled path with lavender and flower borders to either side leads to the front entrance porch.  Small lawned areas to either side with shrub borders and mature wisteria and rose.  A gravel driveway is situated to one side of the property with parking for four vehicles.  Double timber gates give access onto the rear garden.

REAR GARDEN  Comprises an attractive brick terrace with brick and flint retaining walls with herb, flower and conifer borders.  Honeysuckle.  Steps ascend onto the main lawn which features a central Mulberry tree with herbaceous borders to either side.  Heavy duty oil tank.  Brick steps with borders to either side descend onto:

LOWER GARDEN  Long lawned area with wide border to one side, vegetable garden and soft fruit cage to the other.  Two greenhouses.  Timber shed.  Interesting variety of mature trees including Silver Birch, Cedar, Maple, two Walnut and further Mulberry.  


Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.  Note: No household services or appliances have been tested and no guarantees can be given by Evans & Partridge.


From Stockbridge proceed on the A30 towards Sutton Scotney.  Pass Hill Farm Garage on the left and take the next turning on the left, signposted Barton Stacey.  Continue into the village and the property will be found on the left hand side.


Agriculture House, High Street, Stockbridge, Hampshire SO20 6HF
Tel.  01264  810702


1.  These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract.  All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of Evans & Partridge or the vendors or lessors.
2. All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.
3. No person in the employment of Evans & Partridge has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

Evans & Partridge is the trading name for Armstrong Partridge Limited (Company no. 10437262)   Registered in England at Agriculture House, High Street, Stockbridge SO20 6HF

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