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Monxton, Andover, Hampshire Sp11

3 bedrooms

A beautifully restored Grade II Listed peirod cottage, situated on the edge of this sought after village with attractive views over grazing land.

Property Details


A picturesque detached Grade II Listed period cottage, restored in recent years, constructed of white washed rendered brick elevations beneath a mainly thatched roof (part tiled to front and rear).  The accommodation comprises a double aspect sitting room with fireplace with inset log burning stove and attractive painted wooden shutters to one side.  There is a separate dining room with open entrance into a well fitted kitchen with an oil fired Rayburn also supplying the central heating and domestic hot water.  On entering the entrance vestibule a door and steps descend to a cellar providing useful storage.  To the first floor there is a spacious landing with latch doors to the principal bedroom and family bathroom with the stairs rising to an upper landing with doors to bedrooms two and three.  The property benefits from double glazed windows (some of which have been recently replaced) and oil fired central heating with radiators.


The cottage has charming views over the adjoining grazing land and is situated on the edge of the sought after village of Monxton, a Conservation Area, which has a village hall and church and pub.  There is an excellent public house (The Hawk) and a reputable primary school in the adjacent village of Amport as well as two public houses and an award winning village shop/post office in Abbotts Ann, two miles away.  The nearby town of Andover offers a comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities, as well as a mainline railway station providing fast access to Waterloo in just over one hour.  There is also a railway station in the neighbouring village of Grateley, approximately five minutes’ drive away. The A303 is close at hand allowing convenient access to the West Country and London, and the cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester are both within approximately twenty five minutes’ drive.


Small pane half glazed panelled front door leading into:

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE  Quarry tiled floor.  Door to main hallway.  Further door with steps descending to cellar/utility room.

MAIN HALL  Ceramic tiled floor.  Built-in cloaks/storage cupboard with shelving.  Staircase rising to first floor.  Small pane glazed panelled door leading on to terrace to rear.  Wall light point.  Radiator.  Latch doors leading to:

CLOAKROOM  White suite comprising wash hand basin with ceramic tiled splash back and low level WC suite with oak seat.  Obscure glazed window.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Fuse box cupboard.  Cloaks hanging area.  Radiator.

SITTING ROOM   (Double aspect)   Brick fireplace and chimney breast with inset log burning stove, quarry tiled hearth and timber mantel. Double glazed small pane windows to side aspect with painted wooden louvre shutters.  Two double glazed windows to rear aspect overlooking rear garden and fields beyond.  Exposed beams and timbers.  Oak display/book shelving.  TV aerial.  Two radiators.

DINING ROOM   Double glazed window to side aspect with painted wooden shutters.  Exposed central beam.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Wall light points.  Arched display recess to one side with shelving, overhead lighting with wine storage area beneath.  Radiator.  Open entrance into:

KITCHEN  Stainless steel sink unit with central bowl and mixer tap.  Extensive range of maple wood grain effect high and low level cupboards and drawers.  Work surfaces with tiled splash back and concealed lighting over.  Rayburn with double oven, stainless steel rack above (also supplying central heating and domestic hot water).  Plumbing for dishwasher.  Space for upright fridge/freezer.  Double glazed window with roller blind overlooking front garden.  Half glazed stable door leading onto front terrace.  Six ceiling spot lights.  Ceramic tiled floor.   

CELLAR   Power and light.  Useful storage area.  Window.


SPACIOUS LANDING  Double glazed window overlooking rear garden with distant views.  Wall light point.  Large built-in cupboards housing washing machine and tumble dryer with slatted shelving, light and radiator.  Latch doors leading to principal bedroom and family bathroom.  Staircase rising to upper landing.

PRINCIPAL BEDROOM   Double glazed window to rear aspect with quarry tiled sill.  Range of fitted wardrobe cupboards with deep drawers beneath.  Radiator.

FAMILY BATHROOM  White suite comprising long painted timber clad bath with mixer tap/shower attachment and ‘Mira Sport’ shower unit.  Encased wash hand basin with mixer tap, built-in cupboard beneath.  Low level WC with oak seat and encased cistern with display shelf over.  Part tiled walls.  Large wall mirror with lighting to either side.  Oak plank flooring.  Double glazed window with blind.

UPPER LANDING  Deep built-in shelved cupboards to one side with display area over.  Oak shelving to one side.  Wall light point.  Latch doors to bedrooms two and three.  Further latch door to walk-in cupboard housing lagged copper cylinder with fitted immersion, slatted shelves and light.  Two smoke alarms.  Access over stairwell to attic with ample storage, water tank, light and ladder.

BEDROOM TWO  Double glazed window to rear aspect with shelving to either side overlooking garden and fields beyond.  Built-in double wardrobe cupboard with shelf, cupboard to one side, display area over.  Exposed timbers to ceiling.  Spot light.  Radiator.

BEDROOM THREE  Double glazed window overlooking front garden.  Deep built-in wardrobe cupboards with shelved cupboard to one side, display area over.  Two ceiling spot lights.  Radiator.


Attractively landscaped gardens with far reaching views

Well screened from the village road by mature high country hedging with picket gate and pathway leading to front entrance.  Open entrance to one end with gravelled parking area for three to four cars with timber fencing and gate leading down through the main garden.  Screened oil tank.

MAIN GARDEN  Laid to lawn with sleeper edging.  Broad paved pathway leading to main entrance with paved terrace.  Outside power points.  Steps rising to one side leading onto upper terrace with further fencing and timber gate leading to rear garden.

REAR GARDEN  Overlooking adjoining field with picket/wired fencing (suitable for children and animals.  The garden is on two levels and is mainly laid to lawn with broad paved pathways and central paved terrace, ideal for ‘al fresco’ eating.  Well stocked flower and shrub borders.  Mature trees including flower cherry and crab apple.
Outside lighting, water tap and power points.

Two timber garden storage sheds.   Heavy duty oil tank (self bunded).

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


From Stockbridge proceed in a westerly direction (towards Salisbury) on the A30 and turn right across the dual carriageway, signposted Danebury Hill Fort.  Continue to the junction with the A343 and turn right, followed by an immediate left, then right again.  Proceed along the road into Monxton and on reaching the village bear left.  At the junction turn right, continue through the village, over the bridge and the property will be found after a short distance on the right hand side, indicated by an Evans & Partridge ‘For Sale’ board.

Tel.  01264 810702


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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.

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