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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Nether Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire SO20

Sold by Us £795,000

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A large extended detached period house (not listed) believed to date back to the 17th Century and largely extended in the late 1980s, constructed of white washed elevations beneath a tiled roof.  The property has been re-rendered/painted in recent years.  

The accommodation comprises a reception hall and cloakroom, a fine drawing room featuring a large inglenook fireplace, separate dual aspect sitting room (also with inglenook) which could alternatively be used as a formal dining room, however the present owners currently have a large dining table at one end of the drawing room.  There is a farmhouse style kitchen with space for breakfast table in front of yet another inglenook fireplace which currently houses a restored Aga (now oil fired).  Also on the ground floor there is a useful utility/boiler/boot room adjoining the kitchen with a porch leading to the garden and driveway.  The first floor is divided into two areas, with three bedrooms and a bathroom within the main house above which there is a large open loft void that could be converted into a further bedroom/bathroom (subject to obtaining any necessary consents).  From the second staircase there is a large open plan fourth bedroom/hobbies room which extends over the drawing room.  

Outside the property has the benefit of a large drive and detached garage.  The main feature of the property is the beautifully landscaped south westerly facing main garden which lies to the rear of the house, two lawned areas traversed by a meandering stream with the Wallop Brook running along the rear boundary from where far reaching views are enjoyed over farmland.


The property is situated in the village of Nether Wallop which has a primary school, church, village hall and public house. A Post Office/store, church and public house can be found in the neighbouring village of Over Wallop and nearby Middle Wallop has two garages/petrol stations, one with excellent shop facilities.  Salisbury, Winchester and Andover are all within a twenty minute drive and offer a comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities, as well as mainline railway stations providing fast services to Waterloo in about 1hr 15 mins.  There is also a mainline railway station in nearby Grateley which has excellent car parking and frequent trains to Waterloo.  Basingstoke is also within a 30 minute drive, and the A303 is close at hand allowing convenient access to London and the West Country.

Outside lantern style light.  Panelled door with high level obscure glazed pane leads into:

RECEPTION HALL  Window to front aspect.  Wall light point.  Space for desk/bureau.  Wide opening into inner hallway.  Exposed ceiling timbers.  Deep alcove with coat hooks and shelf over.  Meter/fuse box within high level case.  Radiator.  Ledged and braced panelled doors into sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room and cloakroom.

CLOAKROOM  Matching suite comprising wash hand basin set in tiled surround with tiled splash back and cupboards beneath.  Low level WC.  Obscure glazed window to rear aspect.  Ceiling light point.

SITTING ROOM  Large inglenook fireplace housing rolled steel wood burning stove standing on brick hearth, large beam over.  Deep recess to either side of chimney breast.  Picture window with fine views over the main garden to countryside beyond.  Further window to front aspect.  Exposed ceiling beam and timbers.  Three wall light points.  Double and single radiator.  Ledged and braced door leading into:

DRAWING ROOM WITH DINING AREA  Impressive inglenook brick fireplace with exposed chamfered beam over, housing large wood burning stove on raised brick hearth.  Glazed double doors with windows to either side open onto rear terrace from where there are fine views over the garden to countryside beyond.  Further window to front aspect.  Space for large family dining table.  Seven wall light points.  Exposed beams and timbers.  Staircase (two) with balustrade to side rises to first floor.

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM  Restored blue Aga converted to run on oil set in wide inglenook fireplace with exposed beam over, tiled splashback, tiled work surfaces to either side and cupboards beneath.  Chip proof sink unit with central bowl, drainer and mixer tap.  Range of oak fronted high and low level cupboards and drawers incorporating two leaded china display cabinets.  Roll top work surfaces, mainly with tiled splash back.  Door to side of inglenook fireplace into deep pantry with shelving.  Recess and plumbing for washing machine.  Recess for day fridge.  Staircase (one) rises to first floor.  Window with deep sill to front aspect.  Further window to rear aspect with view through utility to garden beyond.  Ceiling light point.  Wall light point.  Obscure glazed door leading into:

UTILITY / BOILER ROOM  Roll top work surface with cupboards and drawers beneath.  Space for fridge and freezer.  Upright cupboard.  ‘Worcester’ oil fired boiler.  Windows on three aspects.  Ceiling light point.  Power points.  Stable door into:

REAR PORCH  Constructed of timber frame and part glazed elevations beneath a pitched tiled roof.

FIRST FLOOR   (From Staircase one)

LANDING  Impressive exposed ceiling timber.  Access via aluminium ladder into large loft space.  Wall light point.  Radiator.  Doors to:

BEDROOM ONE  Exposed ceiling timbers.  Low window with beautiful views over the main garden, streams and countryside beyond.  Two large fitted wardrobe cupboards.  Space for free-standing bedroom furniture.  Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO   Window enjoying views over main garden.  Exposed ceiling timbers.  Curtains concealing deep airing cupboard housing insulated copper cylinder with fitted immersion, slatted shelving over, cupboard with hanging rail to side.  Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and shelving over.  Radiator.

BEDROOM THREE  Exposed ceiling timbers.  Window to front aspect.  Bulkhead/ display sill over stairwell.  Radiator.

FAMILY BATHROOM  Matching suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap/hand held attachment to one end with wall mounting.  Pedestal wash hand basin.  Low level WC.  Bidet.   Half tiled walls.  Ceiling timbers.   Window to front aspect.  Heated towel rail.  Long radiator.

FIRST FLOOR   (From Staircase two)

Staircase with balustrade opens directly into:

LARGE BEDROOM FOUR / HOBBIES ROOM  Two dormer windows to rear aspect overlooking main garden.  Ceiling light point with spot lights.  Two radiators.


Beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds of about 0.47 acres

Entrance off village lane onto generous concrete/shingle driveway providing parking for a number of vehicles and access to the large detached double garage.

DOUBLE GARAGE Constructed of rendered/timber clad elevations under a pitched roof.  Wide up and over door to front.  Window and personnel to side.  Light and power connected.  The driveway is screened to one side by ship lap fencing.  Path leads to front entrance.  

FRONT GARDEN   Laid to lawn and enclosed by dwarf flint wall with post and chain fencing.  Gravelled borders immediately to front of property, ideal for shrubs and potted plants.  Mature climbing rose over trellis to one end of house

REAR GARDEN   Comprises a wide paved terrace immediately behind the house, opening onto two lawned areas dissected by a meandering stream with well stocked flint retained flower borders.  Three foot bridges traverse the carrier stream allowing access onto a further large lawned area with number of mature trees to the rear.  The rear boundary is formed by a stretch of the Wallop Brook beyond which attractive views are enjoyed over the adjoining rolling countryside. Whilst the garden has an open outlook it also enjoys a good degree of privacy.

RANGE OF OUTBUILDINGS   Timber and pre-fabricated construction providing useful storage.


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


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.

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