Over Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire So20

Semidetached with 3 bedrooms

Offers invited around


View Location View EPC Chart 1 View Floorplan 1 Download Brochure

Interested? Want to Look Around?

Please click the button below and fill out your details with your preferred viewing time and date and we will get back to you.

Book a Viewing
Back to Search Results

Over Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire So20

A deceptively spacious, well presented semi-detached house, situated in the heart of this highly desirable village, offering considerable family accommodation including 4 reception rooms and 3 double bedrooms together with a well enclosed mature private garden and off road parking


A 1930s semi-detached house that has been extended and improved over the years.  The well presented accommodation comprises an entrance hall, good size sitting room with wood burning stove, excellent open plan kitchen with adjoining family dining room, large separate utility/boot room, study/playroom (potential fourth bedroom), conservatory and cloakroom.  To the first floor there are 3 double bedrooms and a large family bathroom with separate shower cubicle.  Outside the property has the benefit of off-road parking for at least 2 cars as well as a mature split level garden that enjoys a good degree of privacy.


The property is situated near the centre of the popular village of Over Wallop, a Conservation Area renowned for its many period cottages and houses, which offers everyday amenities including a Post Office/shop, church, public house and countryside walks from the doorstep.  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.  


Wood effect UPVC door with lantern style light to one side leading into:

ENTRANCE HALL  Quarry tiled floor.  Windows on three aspects.  Internal wood panel part leaded obscure glazed door into:

INNER HALL  Staircase with half landing splitting into two directions rising to first floor.  Panelled door into:

LARGE SITTING ROOM  Open fireplace with wood burning stove.  Picture window to front aspect.  Small pane glazed door leading into:

Kitchen:  Sink unit with central bowl, drainer and mixer tap.  Extensive range of country Shaker style high and low level cupboards and drawers.  Ample roll top wood effect work surfaces with ceramic tiled splash backs.  ‘Rangemaster’ free-standing cooker with two ovens, separate grill and five zone ceramic hob and tiled splash back, with extractor fan and light within hood above.  Space for upright fridge/freezer.  Recess and plumbing for dishwasher.  Open fronted low level wine rack.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Part glazed stable style door and window into utility/boot room.  Panelled door into understairs cloakroom.  Wide opening to side of peninsular unit with high oak sill into:
Family Dining Room:  Rustic oak flooring.  Small pane bevel edged glazed door into study/playroom.  Further glazed double doors with high level windows to either side opening into conservatory.  

CLOAKROOM  White suite comprising corner basin with mixer tap and tiled splash back and low level WC.  

CONSERVATORY  Constructed of brick plinths supporting coloured aluminium framed glazed elevations beneath a pitched glazed roof.  Double doors into the garden.  Ceramic tiled floor.  

STUDY / PLAYROOM  (This could also be used as a fourth bedroom, if required)  Picture window to side aspect.  Large central obscure glazed ceiling lantern.  Rustic oak flooring.  

LARGE UTILITY / BOOT ROOM  (Triple aspect)  L-shaped range of units comprising low level cupboards and drawers.  Recess and plumbing for washing machine and dryer.  Roll top work surfaces with inset sink, mixer tap and drainer to side, all with ceramic tiled splash back.  Slate effect ceramic tiled flooring. Space for further fridge/freezer.  Windows to front and side aspect overlooking the main garden.  Part glazed stable door to garden and driveway.  


HALF LANDING  Window to side aspect.  Stairs split and rise to:

LANDING ONE  Access to large loft space via large hatch with ladder.  Panelled doors to principal bedroom, bedroom two and family bathroom.

PRINCIPAL BEDROOM  (Large double bedroom)  Picture window to front aspect with views towards farmland.  Full height cupboard housing lagged copper cylinder with fitted immersion and slatted shelving.  Deep storage cupboard with hanging rail.  

BEDROOM 2  (Double bedroom)  Two windows to rear aspect.  

SPACIOUS FAMILY BATHROOM  White suite comprising double ended bath with central mixer tap, fully tiled surround.  Wash hand basin with mixer tap, range of cupboards and drawers beneath.  Low level WC. Corner glazed/tiled enclosure housing ‘Mira Vigor’ shower.  Chrome heated towel rail/radiator.  Obscure glazed window to rear aspect.  

LANDING 2  Window to front aspect.  Panelled door into:

BEDROOM 3  (Double bedroom)  Window to gable end overlooking the garden.  


Stone steps ascend from King Lane through decorative wrought iron gate onto a stepped path running through the front garden to the entrance porch.  Deep raised borders to either side containing a variety of spring bulbs, flowers and shrubs.  Mature beech hedge to one side.  Further picket gate gives access into:

MAIN GARDEN  Attractively landscaped extending round the side of the property.  Paved path surround the house.  External oil fired boiler within housing.  Steps ascend onto a level lawned area, well enclosed by tall mature hedging and enjoying a high degree of privacy.  Two raised vegetable beds and paved patio area between.  Gravelled border with mature Flowering Cherry.  Specimen birch.  Sleeper and brick retained flower borders.  Turning stone steps ascend to a raised terrace, ideal for ‘al fresco’ dining and barbecues.  Lavender and flower border.  Box hedging.  Deep gravelled border with spring bulbs, shrubs, miniature Bay Tree and Flowering Cherry.  Log store.  Timber garden shed with bamboo to side

DRIVEWAY AND PARKING  Off a side lane there is a splayed access onto a private driveway providing parking for at least 2 cars, well enclosed on either side by mature hedging.  Steps descend to the path surrounding the house.  To the rear of the property there is a further large timber garden shed with the oil tank to rear.


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.

Tel.  01264  810702   


1.  These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract.  All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of Evans & Partridge or the vendors or lessors.
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.

Evans & Partridge is the trading name for Armstrong Partridge Limited (Company no. 10437262)

Book a Market Appraisal

Please complete the form to book a free no obligation property inspection and meeting.