Wherwell, Andover, Hampshire Sp11

Cottage with 3 bedrooms

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Wherwell, Andover, Hampshire Sp11

A charming and surprisingly spacious period cottage with well presented accommodation featuring an excellent kitchen, situated in this highly regarded village with the benefit of off-road parking and an attractively landscaped south easterly facing garden


An attractive end of terrace Grade II Listed cottage, constructed of white washed elevations beneath a thatched roof.  The accommodation comprises three reception rooms (two with fireplaces), a beautifully fitted oak kitchen and useful lobby/boot room.  There is also a modern well fitted bathroom with separate shower on the ground floor at the foot of the stairs.  To the first floor there are three double bedrooms.  The main garden extends to the rear of the cottage and is south easterly facing.  This narrows to a rear gate and path leading to an area of off-road parking.  There is an allocated single space and it may be possible to agree an additional space/spaces if required.

We understand the property benefited from a re-thatch in 2016; the boiler is only about 3 years old and has been regularly serviced; the oil tank was recently replaced and the kitchen was refitted in 2017.  There has also been a complete electrical check carried out this year as well as recently fitted carpets.


The property is situated in the village of Wherwell, a Conservation village renowned for its many period properties and riverside walks, which has a public house, hair salon and primary school.  There are charming country walks nearby including one along an unspoilt lane to the fine old church, and another across a long footbridge to The Common and neighbouring village of Chilbolton.  The nearby town of Andover offers a comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities, as well as a mainline railway station providing fast services to Waterloo.  The A303 is close at hand allowing convenient access to London and the West Country, and the cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury are approximately 15 minutes and 25 minutes distant respectively


Steps ascending to front entrance.  Lantern style light.  Wood panel door into:

DINING HALL  Attractive inglenook fireplace with stone hearth, substantial beam over.  Quarry tiled floor.  Exposed ceiling timber.  Window with quarry tiled sill to front aspect.  Wall lights.  Radiator.  Ledged and braced latch doors into kitchen and:

SITTING ROOM  Cosy room with open brick fireplace, stone hearth and pine mantelpiece.  Exposed ceiling timber.  Wide window to front aspect.  Wall lights.  Radiator.

KITCHEN  (Tastefully appointed and in excellent condition)  Ceramic Belfast sink unit with mixer tap and granite drainer.  Range of solid oak fronted high and low level cupboards and drawers incorporating high level glazed display cabinet.  Smeg range style oven with three ovens, grill and five ring induction hob with Smeg hood above with extractor fan and light. Granite work surfaces with Metro ceramic tiled splash backs.  Integrated Bosch dishwasher and washing machine.  Quarry tiled floor. Exposed upright post, beam and framework.  Large window to rear aspect overlooking main garden, further large window to side aspect (both with quarry tiled sill).  High profile ceiling with spot lights.  Panelled door into boiler cupboard with recently replaced Worcester oil fired boiler with slatted shelving above, quarry tiled floor and light.  Ledged and braced latch doors into lobby/stairwell and:

INNER HALL / BOOT ROOM   Quarry tiled floor.  Oak stable style door with glazed panel to outside.  Coat hooks.  Radiator.  Latch doors into living room and deep storage cupboard with coat hooks and shelving.

LIVING ROOM  (Dual aspect)  Two windows to the front aspect, further window to gable end (all with quarry tiled sills).  Exposed chamfered ceiling timber.  Meter/fuse box.  Wall lights.  Radiator.

LOBBY / STAIRWELL   Quarry tiled floor.  Turning staircase with wrought iron stair rods rising to first floor.  Ledged and braced latch door into:

BATHROOM  (Well appointed, light and airy)  White suite comprising four claw roll top bath with mixer tap/hand held shower attachment to one end.  Pedestal wash hand basin.  High level Charlotte WC with wooden seat.  Corner glass/tiled enclosure housing shower with overhead and held attachments.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Part ceramic tiled walls.  Picture window to rear aspect.  Ceiling light points.  Traditional style towel radiator.  


WIDE LONG LANDING  Turned style balustrade overlooking stairwell.  Exposed floor boards.  Wide dormer window to rear aspect with clear views of the River Test and surrounding paddock land during the winter months.  Radiator.  Wall lights.  Pendant ceiling light point.  Latch doors into bedrooms.

BEDROOM ONE  (Double bedroom)  Impressive exposed queen post truss to one elevation, purlin and wind brace.  Picture window to front aspect.  Exposed floor boards.  Ceiling light point.  Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO  (Good size double bedroom)  Exposed truss to one wall, wall plate and purlin.  Low window to front aspect.  Exposed floor boards.  Access to loft space via hatch.  Ceiling light point.  Radiator.  

BEDROOM THREE  (Double bedroom)  Exposed chimney breast with wide recess to either side.  Window to gable end with quarry tiled sill.  Pine floor boards.  Pendant ceiling light point.  Radiator.


The cottage fronts onto the village lane.  Deep well stocked raised border retained by old brick walling planted with roses, peonies and shrubs.  Paved steps and picket gate to side of property opens onto:

SIDE GARDEN  Enclosed to one side by mature hedging.  Flower border.  Hard standing.  Concrete path leads round the rear of the property passing a timber potting shed and heavy duty raised oil tank.  Path continues to a split level part paved/part decked terrace, well enclosed on one side by lilac hedging and fencing and to the other by rendered walling covered with a climbing vine.  Paved steps descent onto:

MAIN GARDEN  Brick edged gravel path with lawned areas to either side.  Well stocked flower and shrub borders and fruit trees.  Ornamental pond.  Pergola leading to:

LOWER GARDEN  (Narrow)  Brick edged gravel path continues to rear gate with well stocked borders to either side with specimen trees and shrubs including lilac, magnolia.  Picket gate to rear boundary gives access onto a path from where clear views of the River Test are enjoyed, leading to:

OFF-ROAD PARKING AREA  (Separate access off village lane)  Space for single vehicle and laid to gravel, enclosed by fencing.  Further spaces may be available through negotiation with The Priory.


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


From Stockbridge proceed in a northerly direction on the A3057, passing through Leckford.  Cross over the River Test beside ‘The Mayfly’ public house, across the next bridge, and turn right into Fullerton Road, signposted Wherwell.  Proceed into the centre of the village and turn right at the T-junction. Proceed down the hill, the property will then be found on the right hand side, shortly after passing the war memorial on the right hand side.

Tel.  01264  810702     www.evansandpartridge.co.uk


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 number 10437262)
Registered in England at Agriculture House, High Street, Stockbridge SO20 6HF

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