Timsbury, Romsey, Hampshire So51
A beautiful detached cottage with four bedrooms, a barn style garage/workshop and attractively landscaped secluded southerly facing garden
An attractive detached period cottage with colour washed elevations beneath a recently replaced reed thatched roof with the benefit of a car barn with workshop. The property is tucked away at the end of a private track serving a number of individual detached properties and has a beautiful secluded garden extending to the front of the property with a south-south-easterly aspect. The good size accommodation comprises three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room and ground floor bathroom. To the first floor there are four bedrooms and a family shower room.
The property is situated in the village of Timsbury which has a church, village hall, public house and sports pavilion and playing fields. A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in the market town of Romsey some two miles to the south, including schooling, health care, leisure centre, supermarkets including an excellent Waitrose and general shopping. The cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester are both within half an hour’s drive. There is also good access to the south coast via the M27 and London via the M3 or by railway.
Thatched ENTRANCE PORCH Enclosed on either side by shingles. Overhead lantern style light. UPVC door with inset obscure glazed panel and full height obscure glazed panel to side leading into:
RECEPTION HALL Staircase rising to first floor with low inset LED down lighters to one side, exposed balustrade to other side. Double and single doors into understairs storage cupboards. Engineered oak flooring. Pine panel doors into sitting room and dining room. Open brick arch into:
LOWER HALL Engineered oak flooring. Pine panel doors to study/snug, kitchen/breakfast room and family bathroom.
SITTING ROOM (Good size reception room) Exposed framework to one wall, ceiling timbers and joists. Attractive corner open brick fireplace with brick edged tiled hearth, log burning stove with beam and display area above. Small pane glazed double doors with similar panels to either side opening onto the main landscaped garden which lies to the front of the cottage. LED down lighters.
DINING ROOM (Good size reception room) Small pane bay window to front aspect overlooking the main garden. Exposed ceiling joists and timber to one wall. Engineered oak flooring. Pendant light point.
STUDY / SNUG Small pane window to front aspect. Extensive shelving to one wall. Low level cupboards to opposite wall with display sill above.
KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM Stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer. Roll top work surfaces with ceramic tiled splash back. Range of Shaker style high and low level cupboards and drawers incorporating display shelving. Free-standing Belling range with two ovens, grill and warming areas. Seven ring gas hob with ceramic tiled splash back and Belling cooker hood above. Space for upright fridge/freezer. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Recess and plumbing for washing machine. Space for day fridge. Quarry tiled floor. High ceiling with two pendant light points. Two picture window with views over the attractive rear courtyard garden. Central half glazed stable style door to outside.
FAMILY BATHROOM White suite comprising double ended bath with tiled surround and wall mounted Triton Ivory shower. Pedestal wash hand basin tiled splash back. Low level WC. Obscure glazed window to rear aspect with tiled sill. Ceiling light point. Chrome towel radiator.
CENTRAL LANDING Balustrade continues overlooking stairwell. Small pane window to front aspect with views over the attractively landscaped main garden. Access to loft space via hatch. Pendant light point. Doors to bedrooms and family shower room.
PRINCIPAL BEDROOM (Large double bedroom) Large window to front aspect overlooking the main garden. Pendant light point. Large alcove.
BEDROOM TWO (Good size double bedroom) Window to rear aspect. Pendant light point. Alcove with shelving. Louvre doors into triple wardrobe cupboard with hanging space and shelving. Further door into airing cupboard with slatted shelving.
BEDROOM THREE (Double bedroom) Window to side aspect. Pendant light point. Dado rail. Double doors into built-in wardrobe cupboard. Further high cupboard and open fronted storage recesses. Wood laminate flooring. Pendant light point.
BEDROOM FOUR (Large single bedroom) Exposed painted floor boards. Small pane window to front aspect. Pendant light point.
FAMILY SHOWER ROOM White suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and chrome towel radiator to side, mirror fronted cabinet above. Low level WC. Quadrant glass/tiled enclosure housing Aqualisa shower. Part tiled walls. Obscure glazed window to rear aspect. Ceiling light point.
The property is approached over a long gravelled track serving a number of individual detached homes. The Olde thatched Cottage owns and additional area of gravel where there is parking for two to three vehicles. At the end of the track there is a further opening with shrubs to either side leading onto a private gravelled driveway with room to park three further vehicles end to end, all screened by photinia and picket fencing.
DETACHED BARN STYLE CAR PORT Pegged oak front beneath a tiled roof. Large car port with light. Door into workshop with work bench, window to side and open tread steps up to a boarded loft area above.
Picket gate from driveway leads into:
SPLIT LEVEL MAIN GARDEN Secluded and well enclosed on all sides by trees and tall hedging. Split level lawn and beautiful surrounding well stocked borders containing a great variety of flowers, shrubs and specimen trees. The lower level extends in front of the cottage with an attractive quarry tiled terrace with views over the garden, and ideal for entertaining. Quarry tiled path continues round the side of the property into:
SMALL COURTYARD REAR GARDEN Mainly shingle area with brick and flint retained raised borders with roses, shrubs and specimen trees, all well enclosed by picket fencing.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Note: No household services or appliances have been tested and no guarantees can be given by Evans & Partridge.
Post code: SO51 0NG. On entering Timsbury from Stockbridge, continue along the road passing The Goat pub on the right hand side and then a garage. Turn right into the layby and right again at the end. Follow the track until reaching the property.
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