Salisbury Lane, Middle Wallop, Stockbridge So20

Bungalow with 3 bedrooms

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Salisbury Lane, Middle Wallop, Stockbridge So20

An extended detached bungalow offering good sized rooms and versatile accommodation with scope for improvement, standing on a generous level plot in excess of a quarter of an acre benefiting from a south westerly rear aspect


A detached bungalow, believed to have been built in the late 1960s constructed of brick elevations beneath a tiled roof, with a large side extension beneath a flat roof added more recently.  There is also an aluminium frame lean-to garden room and a range of outbuildings, however these are all in need of attention/replacement.  The accommodation comprises a recently added entrance porch, central reception hall, dual aspect living room with open fireplace, good size dual aspect dining room/fourth bedroom, inner hall/library area and kitchen/breakfast room with Rayburn (replaced 5 years ago) with double doors into the garden room and door into an adjoining boot room.  There are also three double bedrooms, bathroom and shower room with laundry area.  There is plenty of off-road parking, a long garage/workshop and mature surrounding gardens.  The plot extends to about 0.28 acres.


The property is situated along Salisbury Lane linking Middle Wallop and Over Wallop, and is also within the parish of Nether Wallop which has a primary school church and village hall.  Middle Wallop has a pub, village hall and excellent convenience store and garage/shop, whilst Over Wallop also has a pub, village shop and Post Office.   Stockbridge is approximately six miles and offers a variety of shops, Post Office, hotels and public houses, churches, a doctor’s surgery and primary and secondary schools.  The cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester are both within a 25 minute drive, and the A303 is close at hand allowing convenient access to London and the West Country.  There is a mainline railway station in the village of Grateley (about 5 minutes’ drive away) with fast trains to Waterloo in 75 minutes, as well as railway stations in Winchester and Andover.


ENTRANCE PORCH  Constructed within the last year of UPVC double glazed elevations beneath a flat roof with double doors to front.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Ceiling light point.  Aluminium frame obscure glazed door into:

LARGE RECEPTION HALL  Oak parquet flooring.  Pendant light point.  Hatch into loft storage.  Mahogany panel doors into living room, dining room, bedroom three and family bathroom.  Open arch into wide inner hallway/library with potential to create an office area.

LIVING ROOM  (Good size dual aspect reception room)  Open fireplace with ceramic tiled surround, hearth and timber mantelpiece.  Recess to either side of chimney breast, one with built-in oak shelving.  Wide bay window to front aspect.  Two further windows to side aspect.  Pendant light point.  Oak parquet flooring.  Small pane bevel edged glazed door into kitchen/breakfast room.  

DINING ROOM  (Good size dual aspect reception room)   Oak parquet flooring. Pendant light point with decorative rose.  Picture window to front aspect.   Further window to side aspect with view through porch.  

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM  1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap and drainer.  Range of high and low oak fronted cupboards and drawers incorporating high level shelving.  Sold fuel/wood fired Rayburn on tiled plinth with traditional double hob (replaced approximately five years ago) also providing heating and hot water.  Roll top work surfaces with ceramic tiled splash back.  Under-counter Bosch oven and grill.  Recess and plumbing for dishwasher.  Pine door into shelved larder/pantry housing fuse box.  Space for table and large dresser.  Oak shelving. Built-in corner cupboard with central glazed display cabinet with cupboard above and below.  Large window to rear aspect overlooking the main garden.  Glazed double doors into garden room.  UPVC half glazed door and step down into:

LOBBY / BOOT ROOM  Space for upright fridge/freezer.  Corner cupboard.  Space for further cupboard.  Grant oil fired boiler. Part glazed UPVC door opening onto driveway.  Internal window and part obscure glazed door into:

STORE AREA  Basic structure beneath a profile roof with opening at rear into garage/workshop. UPVC part glazed door and window opening into garden.  Double doors also into rear into garden.  

LEAN-TO GARDEN ROOM  (In need of replacement)  Constructed of aluminium framed glazed elevations beneath an obscure glazed roof.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Sliding doors to end into the garden.

WIDE INNER HALLWAY / LIBRARY (Potential study, formerly a bedroom before the side extension was added)  Comprehensive shelving to one wall with central door into wardrobe cupboard.  Range of pine fronted high and low level cupboards and drawers.  Pendant light point.  Mahogany panel doors into bedrooms one and two and shower room with laundry area.

BEDROOM ONE  (Large double bedroom)  Picture window to front aspect overlooking the mature front garden.  Vanity unit with basin set into sill, mirror and strip light above, cupboard beneath. Built-in double wardrobe cupboard.  Pendant light point.  Parquet flooring.

BEDROOM TWO   (Large double bedroom)  Picture window to rear aspect.  Pendant light point.  Built-in double wardrobe cupboard.

BEDROOM THREE  (Double bedroom)  Picture window to rear aspect.  Pendant light point.  Two built-in wardrobe cupboards.  Oak parquet flooring.  

SHOWER ROOM  White suite comprising basin set into wash stand, cupboard beneath.  Low level WC.  Corner shower unit with overhead/hand held attachments and massage jets, seat and mirror.  Ceramic tiled walls and floor.  Obscure glazed window to side aspect.  Space and plumbing for washing machine with room above to stack dryer.  Deep alcove behind door providing useful storage with cupboard above.  Fluorescent strip light.

BATHROOM Matching suite comprising timber panelled bath with tiled surround, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Heated chrome towel rail with mirror fronted cabinet above.  Obscure glazed window to rear aspect.  Ceiling light point.  Cupboard housing large lagged copper cylinder with fitted immersion and slatted shelving.  


Splayed tarmacadam access off village road through twin five bar gates hung on stone capped brick piers with brick walling along the front boundary. Generous tarmacadam driveway in front of the property providing ample parking and turning and access to the garage, entrance porch and side lobby.  The driveway is well screened on one side by high mixed hedging.  On the opposite side there is an attractive area of mature garden laid to grass interspersed by an interesting variety of trees including holly, walnut, fruit trees and a variety of shrubs. The opposite boundary is enclosed by high beech hedging.  

GARAGE / WORKSHOP  Long tandem style garage.  Up and over door to front.  Opening at rear into workshop/store area.  Light and power connected.

REAR GARDEN  This is completely level with paved patio areas extending either side of the garden room.  Good size lawn with a variety of trees including mature apple, paperback birch and a variety of shrubs, enclosed at the rear by screen block walling.  Two archways lead into a further garden area (currently overgrown) which was formerly a substantial kitchen garden area.  Outbuildings to the rear corner boundary include an aluminium greenhouse and pre-fab garage with timber lean-to (in poor condition).  Wildlife pond.  Shrubs and trees.  The boundaries are well screened by hedging with a block wall to the rear boundary.


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



Tel.  01264 810702


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Evans & Partridge is the trading name for Armstrong Partridge Limited (Company no. 10437262)
Registered in England at Agriculture House, High Street, Stockbridge SO20 6HF

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