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Ramridge Park, Weyhill, Andover, Hampshire Sp11

3 bedrooms

A detached bungalow offering great scope and potential set a long way back from the road in gardens and grounds of about 1.25 acres, with beautiful open country views in a peaceful rural setting, bordering Ramridge Wood

Property Details


Offered to the market for the first time, this detached bungalow is in an idyllic location, and has the potential to be an ideal family home.  The bungalow is constructed with brick elevations beneath a tiled roof and has the benefit of two sets of photo-voltaic panels. The accommodation comprises an entrance porch, entrance hall, triple aspect double reception room with open fireplace, kitchen/breakfast room with larder and wood burning stove, three double bedrooms, bathroom and cloakroom.  Beside the property there is a detached brick built garage with adjoining workshop/store and large car port.  The garden and grounds extend to about 1.25 acres and include some mature mixed woodland that offers direct access to Ramridge Wood.


The property is situated within Ramridge Park, an exclusive collection of dwellings surrounded by open farmland, located midway between Weyhill and Clanville and approached via a long private drive off the Weyhill/Clanville country lane.  The twenty one properties are an eclectic mixture of converted buildings and some new builds, set in the grounds of Ramridge House, a Grade II listed Georgian mansion built in 1776 and now tastefully converted into nine luxury apartments.  Weyhill, just half a mile distant, offers everyday facilities including a church, garage/shop, public house, restaurant and craft centre.   The A303 is also within easy reach, providing excellent road access to London and the West Country.  Andover is approximately two miles away and offers a comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities as well as a main line railway station offering a fast service to Waterloo in just over one hour. The cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester are both within twenty miles, as is Basingstoke.


Steps with hand rails to either side rise to covered ENTRANCE PORCH  Quarry tiled floor.  UPVC obscure glazed door with similar panel to side opening into:

ENTRANCE HALL  Pendant ceiling light point.  Storage radiator.  Doors into living/dining room and deep cloaks cupboard with shelf and coat hooks.  Open entrance into passageway.

LIVING / DINING ROOM  (Large triple aspect double reception room)  
Living Room:  Open fireplace with ceramic tiled surround and raised hearth.  Recess to either side of chimney breast, one with shelving.  Picture window to front aspect with magnificent open views over farmland and woodland.   Picture rail.  Coving.  Ceiling light point.  
Dining Area:  Picture window to side and rear aspect overlooking gardens and grounds.  Ceiling light point.  Coving.  Picture rail.  Serving hatch to kitchen.  Storage radiator.

PASSAGEWAY  Pendant ceiling light point.  Access to large loft space via hatch with ladder.  Doors to kitchen/breakfast room, bedrooms, bathroom, cloakroom and cupboard housing lagged copper cylinder, fitted immersion and slatted shelving.

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM  Stainless steel sink unit with double drainer, drawers and cupboards beneath.  High and low level cupboards.  Corner display shelving.   Space and power point for cooker.  Fireplace housing rolled steel wood burning stove on polished stone hearth with tiled surround, in a space originally built for an Aga.  Door into shelved larder cupboard.  Fluorescent strip light. Space for upright fridge/freezer.  Space for breakfast table.  Storage radiator.  UPVC obscure glazed door into:

REAR PORCH  Constructed of low brick walls supporting timber frame glazed elevations beneath a lean-to polycarbonate roof.  Door to garden.

BEDROOM ONE  (Double bedroom)  Picture window to front aspect with glorious open views over farmland and countryside.  Door into shelved cupboard.  Double wardrobe cupboard (part shelved) with double cupboard above.  Pendant ceiling light point.  Storage radiator.

BEDROOM TWO  (Double bedroom)  Picture window to front aspect with unspoilt views.  Built-in double wardrobe cupboard (part shelved) with storage above.  Pendant ceiling light point.  Storage radiator.

BEDROOM THREE  (Double bedroom)  Picture window to rear aspect overlooking part of the garden.  Built-in double wardrobe cupboard (part shelved) with double cupboard above.  Pendant ceiling light point.  Storage radiator.

BATHROOM  White suite comprising cast iron bath with tiled surround, wall mounted electric ‘Triton’ shower and curtain rail.  Basin with tiled splash back and mirror-fronted cabinet above, tiling to one side.  Heated towel rail.  Towel rails.  Electric bar heater.  Part obscure glazed window to rear aspect.  Ceiling light point.  

CLOAKROOM  Low level WC.  Obscure glazed window to rear aspect.  Pendant ceiling light point.


Gardens and grounds extending to 1.25 acres with far reaching views

Ramridge House and the associated properties are approached via a long private tarmacadam driveway with a further concrete driveway leading to one property and then on to Parkside.  The private concrete driveway continues to the front of the  property and to the side, providing parking and turning space.  Further gravel/grass driveway leads beyond the bungalow to the garage/workshop and car port.

GARAGE / WORKSHOP  Constructed of brick elevations beneath a profile roof.  Up and over door to front.  Window and personnel door to side.  Separate workshop/store to rear.  Brick car port with felt roof to side with concrete base.

FRONT GARDEN  Lawn and large, level paddock area, enclosed by high stock fencing (formerly used to graze goats).  Magnificent mature oak and horse chestnut trees.  The garden is screened to the rear boundary by high tile capped walling.  

OUTBUILDING  (Former boiler room from when the grounds were occupied by the RAF and there were wash houses nearby)   Concrete construction with a corrugated pitched roof, door to end.  Potential to convert to home office (subject to planning permission).

THE GARDENS   Mainly laid to lawn with inset herbaceous borders.  Specimen trees.  

WOOD SHED AND TOOL STORE   Brick built, with corrugated roof (in need of restoration).

The garden extends into mature mixed woodland with an interesting variety of trees (including silver birch, oak and wild cherry) at the northern boundary, adjoining Ramridge Wood.


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


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)

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