Nether Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire So20
A most attractive period house offering beautifully presented and charming accommodation including an excellent kitchen opening into a fine garden room and three large double bedrooms standing within a private and quiet walled garden in the heart of this sought-after village
A charming and unique linked Grade II Listed period house constructed of mainly brick elevations beneath a tiled roof with an excellent garden room extension featuring pegged oak frame full height glazing and a vaulted ceiling, set quietly in the heart of this beautiful village with the benefit of a secluded and quiet completely walled garden that has been attractively landscaped. The accommodation comprises a large sitting room with fireplace/log burning stove and separate living area, good size formal dining room, central study area (each with their own fireplaces) and also a well fitted kitchen opening into the garden room. A separate utility/garden store is accessed externally A hand-built oak staircase with runner and brass stair rods rises to the first floor. The main bedroom, a large double, has a fine vaulted ceiling; the second bedroom, an equally large double has an exposed framework and en suite shower room; whilst the third bedroom is an even larger double bedroom with low access beneath an attractive exposed truss opening into an adjoining dressing room/work area that could provide an occasional fourth double bedroom. The family bathroom has a four claw roll top bath and separate shower cubicle. Additional benefits include oil fired central heating by radiators and professional secondary glazing to many of the period windows.
The property is situated in the very heart village of Nether Wallop which has a primary school, church and village hall. Over Wallop has a shop/post office and public house. Middle Wallop has a garage/store, public house and village hall and there is also an excellent garage/store in nearby Kentsboro, just a short distance from Danebury Iron Age Fort. The picturesque town of Stockbridge is within 5 miles; Salisbury, Winchester and Andover are all within a twenty minute drive and offer a comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities, as well as mainline railway stations providing fast services to Waterloo in about 1hr 15 mins. There is also a mainline railway station in nearby Grateley which has excellent car parking and frequent trains to Waterloo. Basingstoke is also within a 30 minute drive, and the A303 is close at hand allowing convenient access to London and the West Country.
Covered ENTRANCE PORCH Double timber panel doors open into:
LARGE SITTING ROOM WITH LIVING AREA (Partly divided by open framework)
Sitting Area: (Cosy dual aspect room) Open brick fireplace housing rolled steel wood burning stove on terracotta hearth with timber display sill above. Picture windows to front and rear aspect. Exposed chamfered ceiling beam. Down lighters. Wide opening to side of chimney breast to inner study area. Opening within exposed framework into:
Living Area: Two windows and double doors to front aspect. Exposed chamfered ceiling timber and joists. Radiator.
INNER STUDY AREA Open brick fireplace with quarry tile hearth (not in use). Handmade solid oak staircase with exposed chamfered balustrade to one side rising to first floor. Central runner with decorative brass stair rods. Window to front aspect overlooking main garden. Exposed framework to one wall with large opening into dining room. Wall lights. Radiator. Ledged and braced latch door into:
CLOAKROOM White suite comprising corner wash hand basin and low level WC with wooden seat. Quarry tiled floor. Low level T&G panelling. High level cupboard concealing fuse box. Exposed brickwork to one elevation. Wall light. Extractor fan.
DINING ROOM (Large dual aspect room) Open brick fireplace with quarry tiled hearth housing electric log burning effect stove. Low level cupboard with display sill above concealing oil fired boiler. Large window to front aspect with views over the patio and garden. Stable door leading out to the main garden. Further window to rear aspect. Exposed framework to one wall. Wall lights. Radiator. Wide antique pine door with steps descending into:
WELL FITTED KITCHEN Ceramic sink with mixer tap and granite drainer. Hand-built German kitchen comprising high and low level framed pastel colour-washed cupboards and drawers incorporating display shelving and wine racking. Elan range style cooker comprising two ovens, grill and five ring induction hob with extractor fan and light within decorative mantel above, display sill over. Long granite work surfaces with similar upstand. Integrated dishwasher. Integrated eye level Neff oven. Space and plumbing for American style fridge/freezer. Picture window to rear aspect. Space for dresser. Limestone tiled floor. Wide opening to side of peninsular unit leading into:
GARDEN ROOM Fabulous extension with pegged oak framework, high vaulted ceiling and full height apex glazing to front aspect. Glazed double doors to side aspect opening onto the patio and main garden. Full length windows to side and rear aspect. Limestone flooring. Pendant light and spot lights. Exposed king post truss. Radiator within decorative case with shelving to either side. Panel door into cloaks cupboard with hanging rail and storage.
LONG LANDING Balustrade continues overlooking stairwell. Exposed beams and timbers. Radiator within decorative case. Down lighters. Panel doors to:
PRINCIPAL BEDROOM (Beautiful double bedroom) Fine vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and timbers. Further exposed framework to one elevation. Picture window to gable end. Three built-in full height double wardrobe cupboards the full width of the room. Radiator.
BEDROOM TWO (Large double room) Picture window overlooking the main garden. Exposed beams, timber and framework. Down lighters. Radiator. Door to:
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM White suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and low level WC. Corner glass/tiled shower enclosure. Exposed beams and timbers. Ceiling light point. Extractor fan.
BEDROOM THREE WITH ADJOINING DRESSING AREA / WORK SPACE
(This could also be used as an occasional fourth bedroom, if required)
Bedroom: Glorious exposed framework, beams and timbers. High ceiling with spot lights. Dormer window to front aspect overlooking main garden. Panelled cupboard concealing lagged hot water cylinder with fitted immersion. Radiator. Impressive exposed queen post truss with low access beneath into:
Large Dressing Room/Work Space: High ceiling with spot lights, exposed rafters and wind braces. Comprehensive range of fitted cupboards the full width of the room. Radiator. Low level window to rear aspect.
FAMILY BATHROOM Cast iron four claw roll top bath with mixer tap/hand held shower attachment to one end. Heritage floral pedestal wash hand basin with ceramic tiled splash back, wall light above. Similar style high level WC. Large corner part glazed shower enclosure. Oak effect flooring. Exposed framework. Access to large loft space via hatch. Ceiling light point. Window to front aspect. Radiator.
Short path off High Street leading to a ledged and braced panel gate within brick arch with attractive brick and flint walling to either side opening into:
MAIN GARDEN Situated at the front of the property Completely walled with the benefit of a south westerly aspect and enjoys a high degree of privacy. Sandstone path leads to the front of the house, widening into a terrace ideal for ‘al fresco’ dining and entertaining. Curved brick retaining wall with colourful flower border. Shaped level lawned area with brick edged herbaceous borders containing an interesting variety of specimen trees, shrubs and flowers. The cottage is screened to the road side by tile capped cob walling, to the front and opposite side aspect by attractive Flemish bond Michelmersh brick walling with decorative knapped flint banding. Corner ornamental pond with water feature and gravelled seating area behind.
EXTERNAL UTILITY ROOM / GARDEN STORE Brick and flint construction beneath a profile slate roof. Ceramic tiled floor. Belfast style sink unit with splash back. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Ample space for dryer and upright fridge/freezer. Fluorescent strip light. Shelving. Window to side of door.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage (shared with neighbour). Note: No household services or appliances have been tested and no guarantees can be given by Evans & Partridge.
POST CODE SO20 8EZ. From Stockbridge proceed in a westerly direction on the A30 and after approximately 1½ miles, turn right, signposted The Wallops. Continue to the T-junction and turn right. Proceed into Nether Wallop, turn left into Five Bells Lane, proceed round the Green and up the hill. The property will be seen on the right hand side just before the small triangle.
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