Middle Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire So20

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Middle Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire So20

A large partially linked detached family house providing spacious light and airy accommodation including four large double bedrooms, adjoining garage and attractive front and rear gardens, situated on the very edge of the Wallops off a short no-through lane that enjoys distant open country views towards the Broughton Downs


An essentially detached house, with an adjoining garage (linked to the neighbour’s garage) constructed of brick and tile hung elevations beneath a tiled roof that has solar panels on both the front and rear. The accommodation is ideal for families and comprises an enclosed porch, large central hall with shower room to one end, good size living room with open fireplace and large picture window with stunning distant views, separate family room overlooking the rear garden, open plan dual aspect kitchen/dining room with an adjoining utility connecting to the garage. On the first floor there are four large double bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is also scope to add an en suite or additional bath/shower room if required. Outside the property has a gated driveway for off-road parking and attractive well stocked front and rear gardens.


The property stands on a no-through lane that only has dwellings on one side which all benefit from superb distant views towards Broughton Downs.  The lane is situated on the every edge of the parish of Nether Wallop which has a primary school church and village hall.  Middle Wallop has a public house, hall, excellent convenience store and garage/shop and is approximately six miles from Stockbridge which offers a variety of shops, a Post Office, hotels and public houses, churches, a doctors surgery and primary and secondary schools.  The cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester are both within a 25 minute drive, and the A303 is close at hand allowing convenient access to London and the West Country.  There is a mainline railway station in the village of Grateley (about 5 minutes’ drive away) with fast trains to Waterloo in 75 minutes, as well as railway stations in Winchester and Andover.


UPVC glazed door leading into:

ENTRANCE PORCH  Brick and UPVC glazed elevations beneath a profile thermoplastic roof.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Coat hooks.  Wall light.  Stunning distant views over rolling farmland and countryside.  Panel door with full height obscure glazing to side leads into:

LARGE RECEPTION HALL  Staircase with chamfered oak balustrade rises to first floor.  Two pendant light points.  Oak doors to living room, family room and shower room.  Half glazed oak door into open plan kitchen/dining room.  

LIVING ROOM  (Large reception room)  Open fireplace with inset limestone surround and hearth with decorative timber mantelpiece.  Large picture window to front/southerly aspect with stunning views over the well stocked front garden and beyond to countryside.  Down lighters.

FAMILY ROOM  (Large reception room)   Parquet flooring.  Sliding glazed patio door and full height window to side opening onto patio and rear garden.  Pendant light point.  

Kitchen  Belfast sink unit with iroko drainer to side.  Solid iroko worktops.  Range of Shaker style high and low level cupboards and drawers incorporating deep pan drawers.  Separate full height double cupboard with pull-out larder drawers.  Rangemaster Range with two ovens, grill, warming areas and five ring ceramic hob and hot plate, with extractor hood above.  Plumbing for dishwasher.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Ceiling spot lights.  Window overlooking rear garden.  Oak door into utility.  
Dining Area  Space for large table.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Large picture window to front aspect with distant views.  Two pendant light points.

UTILITY / FREEZER ROOM  Belfast sink unit with iroko drainer.  Iroko work surface with high and low level cupboards.  Recess and plumbing for washing machine.  Space for upright fridge/freezer and dryer.  Grant oil fired boiler.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Access to loft space.  Half glazed UPVC door with window to side opening onto rear garden.  Four ceiling spot lights.  Part obscure glazed door into:

INTEGRAL GARAGE  Up and over door to front.  Fuse box.  Shelving.  Space for further fridge or freezer.

SHOWER ROOM  White suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC, both with tiled splash back.  Large quadrant glass/tiled enclosure housing shower.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Window to rear aspect.  Ceiling light point.  


LARGE CENTRAL LANDING  Chamfered oak balustrade overlooking stairwell.  Window to front aspect with distant views.  Pendant ceiling light point.  Doors to bedrooms, bathroom and airing cupboard housing insulated copper cylinder with slatted shelving and storage area to side.

BEDROOM ONE   (Large double bedroom)  Picture window with uninterrupted views to the front over farmland towards the Downs.  Range of pine fitted furniture comprising wardrobe cupboards and drawers.  Pendant light point.
BEDROOM TWO  (Large double bedroom)  Picture window to rear aspect.  Two pendant light points.  

BEDROOM THREE  (Large double bedroom)  Picture window to rear aspect overlooking main garden.  Pendant light point.

BEDROOM FOUR  (Long double bedroom)  Picture window to front aspect.  Ceiling light point with spot lights.  Alcove with rail and shelf above.

LARGE FAMILY BATHROOM  White suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with low level WC to side, bevel edged mirror with light above, both with tiled splash back.  Deep oval bath with fully tiled surround.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Towel radiator.  Window to side aspect with distant country views.  Part tiled walls.


Access off lane through five bar gate onto generous Cotswold stone driveway providing parking and access to the garage.  Shrub border screens one side boundary.  Beautiful stocked front garden to opposite side with colourful variety of flowers and mature shrubs and ornamental Maple, all enclosed by picket fencing.

MAIN GARDEN  Extends to the rear of the garden and comprises brick edged paved patio extending the full width of the house with well stocked flower and rose border to one side.  Opening at end onto a level lawn.  Herbaceous border with ornamental Weeping Cherry.  Raised borders to opposite side.  Summerhouse on paved base at rear corner boundary.  Attractive North American Sunburst tree.  The garden is well enclosed on all sides by high fencing.


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



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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