Over Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire So20

Cottage with 3 bedrooms

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Over Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire So20

A detached period cottage providing beautifully presented accommodation with great charm and character and the benefit of off-road parking, together with a manageable garden and private patio area bordering the Wallop Brook, situated in the heart of this sought after village within walking distance of the village pub and Post Office/store


A detached Grade II listed cottage constructed of cream washed elevations beneath a thatched roof with a small single storey extension to the rear.  The present owner has presented this character cottage beautifully throughout, the ground floor living accommodation centres on a large dining room with adjacent kitchen and fine inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove – a great place for entertaining.  There is also a sitting room with beamed ceiling and open fireplace, a separate study and a newly fitted bathroom.  Two staircases rise to the first floor giving access to three separate bedrooms which, whilst cosy, can still accommodate a double bed.  Outside the front of the cottage borders the village road, off which there is access to two parking spaces.  There is a small cottage garden at one end of the property enclosed by picket fencing and a patio to the rear enjoying a good degree of privacy and bordering the Wallop Brook.


The cottage is situated in the village of Over Wallop, a village renowned for its many period houses and cottages, which has a Post Office/store, church and public house.  The neighbouring village of Middle Wallop has a garage/shop and public house and there is a primary school and wine shop in Nether Wallop.  Andover, approximately six miles to the north, offers a comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities, as well as a mainline railway station providing fast services to Waterloo.  The cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester are both within about 20 minutes’ drive and the A303 is close at hand allowing convenient access to London and the West Country.


Outside light.  Stable door with high level glazed panel leads into:


DINING AREA  Deep inglenook fireplace housing cast iron wood burning stove standing on raised quarry tiled hearth with exposed beam over.  Window to front aspect.  Exposed ceiling timber and framework to wall.  Open fronted cupboard (ideal for fridge freezer).  Open tread staircase rising through latch door to stairs to bedroom one.  Opening within framework via short passage into sitting room.  Further opening into inner hallway.  This room is divided from kitchen by peninsular unit.

KITCHEN  Range of white washed low level cupboards and drawers.  Ceramic sink unit with central bowl, drainer and mixer tap.  Beech work surface and further wood edged ceramic tiled work surface.  ‘Hotpoint’ oven and grill with four ring Smeg induction hob with extractor fan and light above.  Recess and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine.  Ceramic tiled flooring.  Picture window to rear aspect overlooking patio and Wallop Brook.  Down lighters.

SITTING ROOM  Open brick fireplace housing ‘Jetmaster’ fire with exposed beam over, display recess to one side.  Numerous exposed ceiling beams and timbers.  Window to rear aspect.  Further window to side aspect overlooking garden.  Two wall light points.  

INNER HALL  Ceiling light point.  Pine door with high level glazed panel leads into study.  Further pine door into bathroom.

STUDY  Flagstone flooring.  Small pane window to front aspect with deep sill.  Half glazed door with high level window to side giving access to village road.  Staircase rises to bedrooms two and three.  Former fireplace with double doors to front currently housing ‘Worcester’ oil fired boiler providing central heating and domestic hot water.  Two wall light points.  

BATHROOM  (Newly fitted)  White suite comprising four claw roll top bath with mixer tap.  Contemporary wash hand basin with mixer tap, cupboard beneath.  High level WC.   Corner shower enclosure.  Travertine tiled walls and tiled floor.  Heated towel rail.  Ceiling light point.  Picture window to rear aspect overlooking Wallop Brook.


BEDROOM ONE  Cottage window to end overlooking main garden.  Two wall light points.  Exposed purlins.  Built-in double cupboard.  Radiator with shelf over.

Second staircase from study, rises with split level LANDING with wood panelled doors giving access to bedrooms two and three.

BEDROOM TWO  Dormer window to rear aspect overlooking Wallop Brook.  Attractive exposed framework to end walls.  Wall light point.  Built-in double cupboard.  Access to eaves space via hatch.  Exposed purlins.  

BEDROOM THREE  Dormer window to rear aspect with attractive view over The Glebe towards the village church.  Further window to end aspect.  Airing cupboard to side of chimney breast with slatted shelving.  Sliding doors to high level double cupboard.  Built-in wardrobe.  Wall light point.  


Open access off village road onto parking area for two cars.  Picket fence and gate giving access to a meandering brick edged gravelled path leading through courtyard garden.  Shrub borders containing specimen trees.  Gravelled/concrete patio area to rear of cottage providing a pleasant sitting area overlooking the Wallop Brook.

Raised oil tank.  Large storage shed.  Wood store.


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


Tel.  01264  810702     www.evansandpartridge.co.uk


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