Nether Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire So20
A simply stunning detached period cottage with outbuildings including an impressive garden room for dining and entertaining, summerhouse/office and garage, all surrounded by beautifully landscaped private gardens in a tucked away position on a quiet lane with easy access to the heart of the village
A charming and unique detached Grade II Listed cottage with tremendous character, together with a separate large garden room with vaulted ceiling and full height apex glazing to the front elevation – an ideal dining/relaxing/entertaining area. There is also the benefit of a summerhouse/home office, detached garage and ample off-road parking. The property enjoys a great degree of privacy within its stunning landscaped gardens and is situated off a rural track set well away from any road, whilst still remaining just a short walk from the village centre.
The property is situated off a no-through track in the 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 allows convenient access to London and the West Country.
Lead covered ENTRANCE PORCH Supported by gallows brackets. Lantern style light. Panelled front door with high level glazing into:
RECEPTION HALL Wide door mat. Low window to front aspect. Shelving. Cupboard concealing fuse box. Coat hooks. Access to loft space. LED down lighter. King post truss. Steps descend into:
CENTRAL HALL Stunning full height barn style section of the cottage with staircases ascending to upper floor and descending to the ground floor accommodation. Exposed beams and framework. Chamfered balustrades. Inset glass panels overlook the snug/bedroom 3. Panelled door into bedroom 2. Wall light and spot lights.
INNER SPLIT LEVEL HALLWAY Exposed newel post. Pine panelled door into sitting room. Oak latch door with large glazed panel to side into snug/bedroom 3. Space for bureau beneath staircase. Door into shower room. Double doors into laundry cupboard with travertine paved floor, space and plumbing to stack washing machine with dryer above.
SITTING ROOM (Large dual aspect room) Raised open brick fireplace housing wood burning stove on a flagstone hearth with exposed oak beam above. Exposed ceiling beam and timbers. Picture window to front aspect. High window to rear aspect (both with views over the landscaped gardens). Panelled door into:
KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM
Kitchen: 1½ bowl sink unit with central hand held mixer tap and drainer to side. Ceramic work surfaces with splash backs. A range of cream washed hand-built high and low level cupboards and drawers incorporating glazed display cabinets and shelving. Integrated Neff oven and grill with Neff microwave oven above, storage above and below. Recess and plumbing for dishwasher. Full height pull-out larder with carousel. Space and plumbing for American style fridge/freezer. Ceiling spot lights. Oak effect flooring. Window overlooking rear garden. Wide opening into:
Breakfast Area: (Dual aspect) Space for table. Oak effect flooring. Spot lights. Picture window to rear aspect overlooking terrace. Small pane glazed double doors to gable end leading onto terrace and to garden room. Further half glazed door to rear aspect with thatched porch also leading to terrace and garden.
SNUG / BEDROOM THREE Exposed framework to one elevations. Window to rear aspect overlooking ornamental pond. Low doors into deep storage area. Wall and spot lights.
SHOWER ROOM White suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Oak fronted travertine tiled sill with mirror above. Curved glass door into fully tiled shower enclosure with overhead/hand held attachments. Oak effect flooring. Towel radiator. Spot lights.
STUDY AREA Space for desk. Low window to front aspect. Built-in storage and low level double cupboards with glass sill above. Old latch door leading into:
MASTER BEDROOM SUITE
Bedroom: (Spacious dual aspect double bedroom) Picture window to front aspect with views across the valley towards the church. Window to rear aspect with stunning views over the landscaped gardens. Range of built-in bedroom furniture comprising wardrobes and drawers. Exposed wall plates and framework to one elevation. Step up through oak door into:
Luxury Master Bathroom: White suite comprising contemporary free-standing double ended bath with overhanging mixer tap with hand held attachment and rustic tulip wood sill to side. Wide contemporary wash hand basin on large tulip wood standing. Picture window to gable end. Large corner glass/tiled shower enclosure with both overhead and hand held attachments. Low level WC. Wood effect flooring. Traditional style radiator/towel rail. Spot lights. Extractor fan. Alcove with door into airing cupboard.
BEDROOM TWO (Double bedroom) Large window to rear aspect with views over the valley. Built-in wardrobe cupboard, cupboard above. Ceiling light point.
SEPARATE GARDEN ROOM (Situated a few paces from the kitchen door and ideal for entertaining) Attractive structure with brick plinths and pastel colour washed timber clad elevations beneath a thatched roof. Oak frame glazed double doors with apex window above to front aspect. Central bay with high vaulted ceiling and exposed pegged oak framework. Low cosy bays to either side providing sitting areas and space for furniture. Exposed flint and brickwork. Flagstone flooring throughout. Light and power connected. Pull-down projector screen.
The property is accessed off a long country track which serves just a handful of properties and terminates into a footpath. Wide opening in mature hedging on one side of track leads into a generous gravelled parking area providing space to park several vehicles. This is enclosed and retained on all sides by timber posts beyond which there is a raised area of ground with mature beech trees and spring bulbs. (This area adjoins and overlooks farmland and has been used in the past to keep chickens). On the opposite side of the track a concrete hard-standing provides a further parking space and access to the garage. A wide rustic gate within a curved rendered tile-capped wall leads into the front garden.
FRONT GARDEN Beautiful mainly walled secluded area with brick edged gravelled path leading to a gravelled patio and entrance porch. Large shaped lawn with surrounding well stocked herbaceous borders containing a stunning variety of flowers, shrubs and specimen trees, including two old apple trees. The garden is well enclosed by the rendered walling which is part tile capped/part thatched.
GARAGE Constructed of timber clad elevations beneath a pitched felt roof. Up and over door to front. Window and personnel door to side.
SUMMERHOUSE / HOME OFFICE Part glazed double doors to front. Timber clad walls, floor and ceiling. Leaded effect window to front aspect overlooking garden. Light and power connected.
To the opposite end of the cottage flagstone steps descend to the split level flagstone terrace extending between the cottage and garden room providing ample space for entertaining and ‘al fresco’ dining with views over the landscaped rear garden. Boiler room to end of block construction, housing oil fired boiler with shelving above.
REAR GARDEN Comprises a shaped lawn with Yew tree, plants, shrubs, and climbing roses. Ornamental pond with rockery and waterfall with sitting areas. The garden enjoys a good degree of privacy. Small wood store. Oil tank.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Note: No services or appliances have been tested and no guarantees can be given by Evans & Partridge.
From Stockbridge proceed in a westerly direction on the A30 and after approximately 1½ miles, turn right, to The Wallops. At the T junction turn right and continue through Nether Wallop. Immediately after passing a turning on the left hand side into Five Bells Lane, take the turning on the right hand side, then immediately right again onto a track. Proceed along this and the property will be found on the right hand side.
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