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4 bedroom bungalow for sale

Walden Estate, West Grimstead, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5

Guide Price £1,750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3/4 bedrooms
  • family bathroom
  • 2 reception rooms
  • outbuildings including stables
  • workshop
  • stores
  • car port and lodge
  • paddocks
  • lakes and woodland.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An attractive smallholding in a ring fence with principal
dwelling and outbuildings with potential together
with an established fishery with pasture, lakes and
woodland. In all approximately 42 acres.

Waldens Farm is situated on the edge of the pretty village of West Grimstead on the Wilts/Hants border. The A36 lies 1.3 miles to the west and gives access to the wider road network via J2 of the M27. A wide range of social, recreational and educational facilities can be found in Salisbury (5.2 miles) together with a mainline railway service (London Waterloo 1 hour 28 minutes). Further facilities can be found in the market town of Romsey (13 miles).

From the M27 exit at Junction 2 at Ower and proceed along the A36 in the direction of Salisbury. After approximately 10 miles take the exit signposted The Grimsteads/Farley/Whaddon/Alderbury and follow this road over the A36, bearing left onto Grimstead Road. After approximately 0.3 mile turn left onto Crockford Road and proceed under the railway bridge, turning immediately second left onto Green Drove, signposted to Farley. Waldens Farm Fishery can be found after a short distance on the left hand side.

Strictly by Appointment via John D Wood & Co. 01590 677233

3.96 x 1.80 - Vinyl tiled floor, range of fitted floor units, stainless steel sink and drainer with tile splash back, plumbing for washing machine, fitted cupboards, WC.

A range of buildings incorporating a chiller room, hay shed and feed store (5.71m x 22.07m).

All in a ring fence, the land divides into the home paddocks (approximately 13 acres), woodland (approximately 24 acres) and five fishing lakes. The land is predominantly permanent pasture and enclosed by mixed woodland. Initially designed as a trout fishery, Waldens Farm Fishery has been run as a very successful coarse fishing enterprise over the years which has been wound down recently and has potential to be re-established or run as a private concern. The fishery currently comprises five carefully designed, well stocked lakes of varying depths with open banks and a number of timber platforms. In all, there are 106 pegs which can cater for both individual anglers and club/match fishing. The lakes are stocked with carp, pike, roach and bream among others and in all extend to approximately 3.4 acres (including islands).For further information please contact the selling agents.

Fully enclosed woodshed with open storage behind (4.18m x 7.68m).

General store with rod shed, wc and garden shed (2.52m x 7.04m).

Leading down from the buildings and at the entrance to the lakes the fishing lodge is built of timber with kitchen/dining room, bedroom and en-suite bathroom with wash hand basin, wc and shower. Fully serviced with mains water, mains electricity and electric water heaters, The Lodge was completed to full building regulation standards. (5.75m x 13.69m).

3.65 x 3.48 - Fitted cupboards and views over the garden, woods and lakes

3.62 x 3.2

3.02 x 2.97 - Views over the garden, lakes and woods

2.96 x 2.80 - Views over the garden, lakes and woods

WC, bath with handheld shower attachment, cubicle shower, wash hand basin, heated towel rail

A patio and lawns lie to the front of the house with a further patio to the rear with ornamental fish ponds and various shrubs together with the kitchen garden area with greenhouse, chicken run and general sheds.

Situated to the south, the buildings comprise an attractive range of breeze block rendered barns and general stores including:-

Range of stables with lock up store (4.54m x 10.17m).

Steel framed fully clad barn with concrete floor and mezzanine floor over (8.5m x 13.1m). Currently used as a workshop for timber construction.

Timber framed mono-pitch lean-to currently used as a car port (5.71m x 9.14m) with three bays

Approached via a long private driveway through attractive woodland, Waldens Farm lies in an elevated position overlooking its own paddocks, fishing lakes and woodland. From the outbuildings a path leads to Waldens Farm and the following accommodation:


10.01 x 5.45 - Dual aspect room centring on wood burner with sliding doors to the garden.

4.69 x 2.68 - Tiled floor, dimplex convector heater.

3.56 x 2.67 2.67 x 2.28 - Vinyl tiled floor, fitted floor units with formica work surface, rangemaster sink and drainer, extractor hood, Grant oil fired boiler

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Added on Rightmove:
28 July 2016

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