Andover Road, Lopcombe, Salisbury, Wiltshire, Sp5

Detached House with 4 bedrooms

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Andover Road, Lopcombe, Salisbury, Wiltshire, Sp5

A large detached bungalow providing versatile family accommodation and tremendous scope for remodelling/extension, standing within a 0.86 acre garden with an adjoining paddock of just under an acre. A further 4 acre adjoining field is also available with a guide price of £100,000 in a rural setting on the Hampshire/Wiltshire border

A detached bungalow which has been in the same family since 1936, mainly brick elevated beneath a tiled roof. The versatile accommodation includes 4/5 double bedrooms and 2/3 reception rooms as well as a kitchen/breakfast room, porch and extensions. A staircase rises to a large loft room and a spacious part boarded loft that could potentially be developed. The property is set back from the A343 (restricted speed limit), with a long tree lined driveway and a range of outbuildings. The garden and grounds, which include a near acre former donkey paddock, extend to about 1.8 acres. An additional 4 acre adjoining paddock is available by separate negotiation (guide price £100,000).

The property is located in a semi rural area close to the Hampshire/Wiltshire border between the cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury, and some six miles from the picturesque town of Stockbridge. Local facilities including Post Offices, public houses, primary schools and churches can be found in the neighbouring villages of Broughton and The Wallops in Hampshire and Middle Winterslow in Wiltshire. Salisbury and Andover offer a more comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure amenities, as well as mainline railway station providing fast services to London. (There is also a railway station at Grateley, within about ten minutes’ drive). The A303 is close at hand allowing convenient access to London and the West Country.

Reception Hall

Long central reception hall part divided by internal door. Pendant light points. Picture rails. Staircase to first floor. Obscure glazed door to enclosed veranda which wraps around front and side of property. Doors to:

Living Room

(Dual aspect) Picture windows to rear and side aspect with views over the gardens. Central arched open brick fireplace with quarry tiled hearth. Recesses to either side of chimney breast, one with built-in display shelving. Picture rail. Pendant light point.

Dining Room

Window to side aspect. Brick arched open fireplace with raised herringbone tiled hearth. Plate rack. Pendant light point. Shelved cupboard to one side of chimney breast. Serving hatch to breakfast room. Internal panelled door leading through to bedroom 1.


Stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer. Long granite effect roll top work surfaces mainly with tiled splash back. A range of high and low level cupboards and drawers, free-standing Zanussi cooker, double oven and grill, four ring ceramic hob, extractor fan and light over. Recess and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Space for tall fridge freezer. Tall cupboard. Picture windows to rear and side aspect overlooking the gardens. Strip light. Panelled door to rear lobby. Space for breakfast table. Wide opening into:

Breakfast Room

Former Rayburn in open fireplace (currently not in use). Raised hearth to front. Cupboard to side of chimney breast has a hot water cylinder (recently replaced). Space for table and dresser. Strip light. Window seat. Door returning into hall. Panelled door to:

Side Lobby

Quarry tiled floor. Obscure glazed door to outside. Windows on two aspects. Space and vent for tumble dryer. Storage above. Wall light.

Rear Lobby

Windows on two aspects. Half glazed door to rear garden, driveway and parking. Warmflow oil-fired boiler. Quarry tiled flooring. Wall light point.

Enclosed Veranda

Filled in with block walling and UPVC double glazing. High profile ceiling with some windows/translucent tiles. Paved, ideal for storage or conversion incorporation into the property enlarging the attached rooms, subject to consent. Wall lights. Half obscure glazed door to outside. Power points.

Bedroom One

(Large double bedroom) Windows to front and side aspect with views through enclosed veranda to gardens. Ceiling down lighters. Picture rail.

Bedroom Two

(Good sized dual aspect double bedroom, currently accessed via dining room with concealed doorway to hall that could easily be reopened) Picture window to front aspect. UPVC half glazed double doors to side veranda. Open fireplace with quarry tiled hearth (not in use). Cupboard to side of chimney breast. Ceiling light point. Wash hand basin with double cupboard beneath, mirror above. Panelled door into:

Ensuite WC

Low level WC. Window to side aspect. Ceiling light point.

Bedroom Three

(Double bedroom) Window to side aspect with view through enclosed veranda to side garden and roses. Brick open fireplace (not in use). Built-in cupboards to one side of chimney breast. Ceiling light point. Picture rail.

Bedroom Four

(Large double bedroom) Picture window to side aspect with view through enclosed veranda to side garden. Picture rail. Ceiling light point.

Family Bathroom

White suite comprising panelled bath with tiled surround. Electric Mira Vista shower to one end. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Obscure glazed window to rear aspect. Ceiling light point. Glass display sill with mirror and strip light/shaver socket above.


Loft Room

Small landing area with ceiling light point. Door into loft room. Exposed floorboards. Raised display area. Eaves cupboard. UPVC strip window to rear aspect. Ceiling light point.


Open access off-road onto a long tree-lined gravel driveway. Parking area to one end enclosed by fencing. Extended drive part divides rear garden onto a large square gravelled area providing comprehensive parking. Path to rear entrance hall. Double carport with adjoining stores. Screened area with sheds and a raised oil tank.

Rear Garden

Laid to lawn. Fairly level, interspersed with a variety of mature trees. Children’s play area enclosed by palisade fencing. The remaining garden lies to all sides of the property, level mainly laid to lawn interspersed with shrubs and trees, part divided by picket fencing. Former water feature and a further array of outbuildings in a varying state of repair. Gated path from the road to the front entrance.


To the rear of the main garden there is a band of mature trees, mainly sycamore. Wrought iron gate and path leads through to a paddock known as (donkey paddock) about 0.96 acres. Gently sloping rough grass enclosed on all sides by hedging, plants and trees.

Additional Land

(By separate negotiation) Paddock extending to over 4 acres, pasture, access off A343 and off the driveway to The Old Post Office. It is understood water is in the road but is not currently laid on.


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



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