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3 bedroom detached house for sale

West Tytherley

Sold STC £685,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning Grade II Listed three bedroom period cottage formerly part of Norman Court Estate
  • Substantial outbuildings including a traditional barn and 24ft field shelter
  • Gardens and paddock in excess of 1 acres
  • Traditional features including open fire places, original casement windows and solid oak flooring
  • Beautifully bright living accommodation
  • Idyllic village location
  • Cottage style sitting room with separate character dining room
  • Generous parking for multiple vehicles and outbuildings
  • Master bedroom with dressing room
  • Within catchment of excellent local schooling

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Owners Comments

"A poem from the garden
Nothing to be heard
but the sound of bird
Nothing to be seen
but a see of green
or the vast blue sky
from the hammock I lie"

"The neighbouring countryside is unspoilt and immediately accessible for walking and cycling right from our front gate."


Introduction

The cottage is set amidst picturesque rolling farmland and offers an excellent array of outbuildings including an original barn utilised as a tack room, 24ft field shelter, an impressive detached garden room and an adjoining home office converted from the hip-roofed store. The cottage style gardens have been delightfully landscaped surrounded by mature hedges offering a high degree of privacy and seclusion and feature a meadow flower garden, extensive lawns and a sun terrace patio area. Internally, period features such as its open fires, solid oak flooring and original feature casement windows. The English country village of West Tytherley has a welcoming community spirit and No 67 Red Lane has easy access to the village amenities which include a public house, community shop, village hall and primary school making it an ideal family home within a rural lifestyle.


Description

A hardwood glazed door opens into the entrance hall which leads into a welcoming hallway accessing the principal rooms. The kitchen features hardwood flooring and is equipped with an extensive range of wooden worktops comprising an inset white ceramic one and a half sink and drainer, eye and base level painted oak units with space for a range of appliances including a dishwasher and integrated electric oven and hob. The kitchen opens into the utility/boot room which is spacious and provides space for further appliances over a quarry tiled floor and door to the family bathroom featuring a traditional white bathroom suite with bath including a rainfall shower and personal showerhead, glass shower screen and ceramic tiled floor. The dining room is centred upon an attractive Victorian style fireplace, features exposed ceiling timbers and offers ample space for a large dining table and chairs. The comfortable sitting room features a cosy open fireplace with wooden surround and tiled hearth as its focal point and offers access to the large ground floor bedroom.
The first floor landing accesses the eaves which has planning consent for a cloakroom. The master bedroom offers magnificent views and features a fitted dressing room. Bedroom two enjoys the splendid views and includes a fitted wardrobe space being of excellent dimensions.


Outside

Situated on a quiet country lane, the property is enclosed and screened by established trees and hedges. A pedestrian gate and path access a covered traditional West Tytherley porch with rustic pillars to the front door. An extensive gravel driveway with parking for multiple vehicles extends to the original barn utilised as a tack room, in addition to the generous field shelter. The gardens are a real feature of this home boasting extensive lawns interspersed by a variety of specimen trees and zoned for paddocks via a post and rail fence. The rear garden enjoys flower meadow with delightful seating area within the formal flower beds and a pond area. Adjacent to the property is a detached garden room featuring a modern solid fuel Nordica oven and would be ideal as a second sitting room. Adjoining the garden room is the extensive patio ideal for alfresco dining, complete with bbq area.


Study

The traditional lipped roof store has been practically converted into the home office and offers an ideal venue for working from home.


Location

67 Red Lane is situated on a quiet country lane overlooking paddocks to the fore and backing onto attractive farmland. West Tytherley is a most popular Test Valley village, nestled in stunning rolling countryside and scenic backdrops boasting ideal village amenities including a shop/post office, primary school, public house and recreation ground. Renowned schools in the area include Farley, Godolphin and Stroud and there are school bus routes serving many of these. Norman Court (Montessori) School is on the edge of the village. Stockbridge, Romsey and the cathedral city of Salisbury are just a short drive away and there are good commuter links with Grateley Station some 10 miles away which is approximately 77 minutes to London Waterloo, or with Winchester mainline station. The neighbouring village of West Dean also has a station with regular links to Salisbury, Southampton and Romsey.


Agents Notes

The property features oil fired central heating, is served by private drainage. The rateable value for the property is Band E amounting to 1,752.36 2016/17. Planning granted for the addition of a first floor cloakroom. The 31' x 18'10'' tin barn has potential for conversion into additional accommodation, subject to planning permission

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
20 July 2016

Nearest stations

  • Dean (1.7 mi)
  • Mottisfont & Dunbridge (3.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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Nearest stations

  • Dean (1.7 mi)
  • Mottisfont & Dunbridge (3.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Charles Powell Estate Agency, Romsey

Romsey

01794 748000 Local call rate

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