Goodworth Clatford, Andover, Hampshire Sp11
An attractive and particularly spacious semi-detached 4 double bedroom cottage with 3 reception rooms, garage and small courtyard garden, quietly situated within the very heart of this sought-after village
A picturesque semi-detached cottage style house, originally the site of two old cottages that were demolished in the early 1970s, constructed of white washed rendered elevations under a tiled roof. The building features numerous exposed original beams and timbers that were salvaged from a period barn located in the Bourne Valley and dismantled many years ago.
The accommodation comprises a central reception hall, open plan split level reception room with living and sitting areas located on either side of a dual aspect fireplace, separate dining room, good size kitchen, utility and cloakroom. To the first floor there is a spacious central landing, four generous double bedrooms and family bathroom.
Outside the property and its immediate neighbour share a gravelled courtyard area providing each with an off-road parking space and access to their respective single garage. Despite the spacious proportions of the house the cottage only has a small courtyard garden which has been attractively landscaped, sheltered and well enclosed. However there are excellent country and riverside walks from the door as well as an attractive green beside the River Anton.
The property is situated in the centre of the sought-after village of Goodworth Clatford, close to the church and within short walking distance of the River Anton. The village has a Post Office/store, church, primary school and two public houses. Andover, a short drive away, offers a more comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities, as well as a mainline railway station providing fast services to Waterloo. The picturesque town of Stockbridge, traversed by the celebrated River Test, is approximately five miles away to the south, and the A303 is close at hand allowing convenient access to London and the West Country.
Tiled ENTRANCE PORCH Steps rise to small pane obscure glazed front door with lantern style light to side leading into:
SPACIOUS RECEPTION HALL Exposed beams and framework. Turning staircase with turned style balustrades and low half landing rising to first floor. Recess beneath stairs. Wall light point. Reclaimed stable style door to open plan split level living room with lower sitting area. Panelled door into dining room. Small pane obscure glazed doors into kitchen and utility with adjoining cloakroom.
OPEN PLAN SPLIT LEVEL LIVING ROOM WITH LOWER SITTING AREA
Living Room: (Good size reception room) Feature exposed brick chimney breast with dual aspect fire and copper hood. Small pane bay window to front aspect with deep sill and view over the landscaped terraced garden. Exposed ceiling beams, joists and framework. Wall lights. Steps descend to either side of the exposed chimney breast into
Lower Sitting Area: High ceiling and impressive exposed framework. Wall lights. Small pane picture window to side aspect. Opposite side of the dual aspect open fire. Former bread oven door beneath fire into small storage area.
DINING ROOM Small pane picture window to rear aspect. Corner decorative display recess with glass sill. Plate/display shelf on all walls. Decorative ceiling rose and pendant light point.
KITCHEN Stainless steel 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap and drainer. Roll top oak effect work surfaces with similar upstand. Range of cream washed high and low level cupboards and drawers incorporating glazed china display cabinets and wine racking. Under-counter Zanussi oven and grill with four ring ceramic hob, stainless steel splash back, stainless steel extractor hood above. Integrated under-counter fridge and freezer. Small breakfast bar area. Recess and plumbing for dishwasher. Exposed ceiling beam. Ceiling spot lights. Small pane picture window to front aspect. Slate effect flooring.
UTILITY / BOILER ROOM Roll top oak effect work surface with decorative tiled splash back. Recess and plumbing for washing machine with space for dryer and external vent. Wall hung Logic mains gas fired boiler. Slate effect flooring. Ceiling light point. Obscure window to rear aspect. Meter/fuse box. Door into:
CLOAKROOM White suite comprising corner wash hand basin with tiled splash back, mirror above. Low level WC. Part tiled walls. Slate effect flooring. Obscure glazed window to rear aspect. Ceiling light point.
SPACIOUS LANDING Balustrade continues overlooking stairwell. Small pane window to rear aspect. Exposed framework. Wall and pendant light points. Access to loft via hatch. Doors to bedrooms, bathroom and cupboard housing lagged copper cylinder with fitted immersion and slatted shelving.
BEDROOM ONE (Large double bedroom) Small pane picture window to front aspect overlooking the landscaped terrace area. Two built-in double wardrobe cupboards. Pendant light point.
BEDROOM TWO (Double bedroom) Small pane picture window to front aspect. Louvre doors into double wardrobe cupboard. Pendant light point.
BEDROOM THREE (Double bedroom) High picture window to rear aspect. Louvre doors into double wardrobe cupboard. Pendant light point.
BEDROOM FOUR (Double bedroom) Small pane window to side aspect with attractive far reaching views. Louvre door into wardrobe cupboard. Pendant light point.
FAMILY BATHROOM White suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap/shower attachment and overhead wall mounting, fully tiled surround and folding screen. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back, glass shelf and mirror over. Mirror fronted cabinet. Arched recess with tiled dressing area with shaver socket and light above, drawer and storage space beneath. Obscure glazed window to front aspect. Down lighters. Extractor fan.
Wide access off village road with white washed walls to either side onto a shingle driveway for Tea Tree Cottage and its attached neighbour, Shamrock Cottage. Shared access for manoeuvring vehicles. Parking space and access to:
ATTACHED GARAGE / WORKSHOP Constructed of white washed rendered elevations beneath recently replaced corrugated roof with tile parapet detail to front. Double barn style doors with glazed panels to front. Light and power connected. The garage offers scope to be converted into an additional room (subject to obtaining any required consents). Curved brick retained raised borders with roses and shrubs to either side of the entrance porch.
ATTRACTIVE RAISED TERRACED AREA Extends beside the garage comprising a recently laid sandstone terrace with well stocked surrounding border with flowers, roses and shrubs. This is sheltered and well enclosed and screened to the front boundary by tile capped cob walling, ideal for entertaining.
All mains services connected. Note: No household services or appliances have been tested and no guarantees can be given by Evans & Partridge.
POST CODE: SP11 7QX.
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