Over Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire So20
A semi-detached house standing within a large plot of about 0.16 acres offering great scope and potential for improvement and extension (STPP) quietly situated at the end of a short no-through lane adjoining farmland
A semi-detached house constructed of brick elevations beneath a tiled roof standing on a good size level plot amounting to about 0.16 acres with the tremendous benefit of a southerly facing rear aspect. It is understood the property had planning consent for a ‘wrap around’ extension, and although this has since lapsed we believe there is great scope and potential to largely extend the property to take full advantage of the plot and views over the adjoining farmland (subject to planning consent). The existing accommodation offers scope for improvement and comprises an entrance hall, dual aspect living/dining room, kitchen and bathroom at the foot of the stairs. To the first floor there are three bedrooms. Outside at the end of the garden there is a substantial timber summerhouse which also offers scope for improvement. The property is situated at the end of a quiet no-through lane where there is ample parking space.
The property is situated in the village of Over Wallop which offers everyday amenities including a Post Office/shop, church, public house and countryside walks. The popular town of Stockbridge (5 miles) renowned for its fishing on the River Test and countryside walks, has numerous cafes, pubs, hotels and gift shops, whilst Andover (7 miles) has a comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities, as well as a mainline railway station providing fast services to London (Waterloo in just over one hour). The village of Grateley (2.7 miles) also has a mainline railway station with regular trains to Waterloo in 75 mins. The A303 (6 miles) gives easy access to the West Country and London via the M3; the cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester are both within 30 minutes’ drive and offer excellent shopping and leisure facilities; Southampton is 23 miles and the South Coast can be reached in under one hour.
EDUCATION There are junior schools in both Nether Wallop and Grateley, and a junior and secondary school Stockbridge. The reputable Farleigh Preparatory School is just 5 miles and there is an excellent choice of schooling in Salisbury including grammar schools: Bishop Wordsworth (boys) and South Wilts (girls) as well as private schools: Godolphin, Chafyn Grove, Leehurst Swan and Salisbury Cathedral School.
ENTRANCE PORCH Outside light. UPVC front door with obscure glazed fan light leads into:
ENTRANCE HALL Staircase with hand rail to side rising to first floor. Inset coir door mat. Pendant light point. High level cupboard concealing fuse box. Panelled doors to bathroom and:
LIVING / DINING ROOM (Dual aspect) Chimney breast/former fireplace (it is believed that this could be opened up if required). Picture window with views over the rear garden to countryside beyond. Further window with shutters to front aspect. Dado rail. Radiator. Panelled door into:
REAR HALLWAY Half glazed UPVC door to rear garden. Folding door concealing understairs recess with space and power point for upright fridge/freezer. Ceiling light point. Open access into:
KITCHEN (Dual aspect) Picture window to side aspect. Window to rear aspect with views over the main garden. Stainless steel 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap and drainer. Long roll top work surfaces with similar upstand and ceramic tiled splash back. Range of wooden fronted high and low level cupboards and drawers. Zanussi free-standing double oven and grill with four ring ceramic hob above, extractor fan and light within hood over. Recess and plumbing for washing machine with recess and plumbing to side for dishwasher. Wood effect flooring. Ceiling light point with three spot lights. Radiator.
BATHROOM White suite comprising bath with mixer tap/hand hand shower attachment to one end, wall mounted Mira Advance electric shower and glass screen. Wash hand basin with mixer tap and two drawers beneath. Low level WC. Mainly tiled walls. Tiled floor. Chrome towel rail/radiator. Ceiling light point. Extractor fan. Obscure glazed windows to front and side aspect.
LANDING (L-shaped) Low window to rear aspect. Pendant ceiling light point. Access via large hatch into loft space. Doors to:
BEDROOM ONE (Double bedroom) Picture window to rear aspect with attractive distant views to the side over farmland and countryside. Chimney breast with recess to either side. Pendant light point. Radiator.
BEDROOM TWO (L-shaped) Window to front aspect. Pendant light point. High door into cupboard over stairwell housing lagged copper cylinder with fitted immersion, slatted shelf above. Radiator.
BEDROOM THREE (Double bedroom) Window to gable end with attractive views over field and countryside. Pendant light point. Radiator.
Access off lane onto concrete/gravelled driveway providing parking.
FRONT GARDEN Fairly level and laid to lawn, screened to one side by picket fencing, to the opposite side by post and wire fencing affording views over the adjoining fields. Long close boarded timber fence with gate to end into:
THE MAIN GARDEN Extends to the rear of the property and comprises a large area of gently sloping lawn enjoying privacy with several specimen trees including silver birch, magnolia and acers. Wisteria partly covering a pergola. The boundaries are well screened by close boarded fencing and trees/hedging plants.
LARGE SUMMERHOUSE Timber construction with door and window to front, further windows to side elevations. Ideal for storage and could offer potential for conversion into a home office/hobbies room or gym.
Raised oil tank. External oil fired boiler.
Mains water and electricity. Drainage connected to Local Authority sewerage disposal plant. Oil fired central heating and double glazing throughout. 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 on the A30 for approximately two miles, turning right signposted ‘The Wallops’. Continue through the village of Nether Wallop to the crossroads with the A343 in Middle Wallop and proceed straight across. Follow the road round to the left and proceed through the village, turn right at the war memorial into King Lane, proceed up the hill for a short distance and turn left signed to King Lane Cottages. Proceed to the end of the road and the property is the last house on the left hand side.
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Tel. 01264 810702
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