6 bedroom detached house for saleMartin, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, SP6
- Lot 1 - Charming Manor House in nearly 50 acres
- Sought after village
- 3 reception rooms
- 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
- Indoor swimming pool / tennis court
- Superb equestrian facilities
- Post and railed paddocks
- Outstanding views
- About 49.3 acres
A charming Grade II* Listed Manor House in a much sought after village with extensive paddocks and superb equestrian facilities
The Manor House is set in a prominent position in the middle of the village, with pretty views down the picturesque village high street and over the surrounding countryside. Martin is a traditional and popular rural village nestled within the rolling countryside of the Cranborne Chase. It is Hampshire's most westerly village which has a community village shop. There is an excellent network of footpaths and bridleways which provide fantastic riding and walking opportunities across to Rockbourne and Martin Down, a designated National Nature Reserve. The neighbouring village of Damerham has a Primary School, Garage and Public House. The Cathedral City of Salisbury lies approximately 10 miles to the north east offering a variety of shops and restaurants as well as recreational and sporting facilities including theatre, cinema, golf and racing at Salisbury Race Course. Trains from Salisbury's mainline railway station to London, Waterloo, take 90 minutes. Communications by road in the area are excellent with A354 a short distance to the west and the A338 beyond Fordingbridge leading to the M27 and The New Forest. Bournemouth & Southampton airports are within easy reach. The area is particularly sought after because of its excellent range of state and private schools including Forres Sandle Manor, Sandroyd and Chafyn Grove prep schools, Bryanston, Canford and Godolphin School plus the South Wilts and Bishop's Wordsworth Grammar Schools.
Lot 1 -
The Manor House is a handsome period country house dating from the 15th Century. It is built of stone, mellow brick and rendered elevations under a tiled roof. The building has impressive chimney stacks and attractive stone mullion windows. It is Listed Grade II* as being of special Architectural and Historic Importance. An oak half glazed door leads into an impressive dining hall, where a staircase rises to all floors. The Manor House is a much loved family home, equally suited for entertaining. It has a wealth of character features, a superb garden and outbuildings.
The charming kitchen is a good size with range of fitted cupboards and shelving and 4 oven Aga. French windows lead into the garden. A useful butler's pantry links between here and the drawing room. On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms, one being used as a study / library and two bathrooms. On the second floor are two bedrooms each with en-suite bath / shower rooms and two attic rooms with potential for a further bathroom if required. Please see the floor plans for room dimensions and layout.
The house is approached on the western side through brick and stone entrance piers and a electric wooden gate to a turning circle with oval lawn. There is a further electric wooden gate to the east of the house which leads into a rear gravelled courtyard again with central turning circle and weeping birch tree. A no through lane leads past the rear gate towards the cottage with vehicular access around to the land and stableyard. Within the rear courtyard is a range of outbuildings close to the house comprising utility room, winestore, boiler, freezer room and double carport. There is also a brick and tile log store.
Gardens and Grounds
The gardens and g rounds are a real asset to the property and are beautifully looked after. A charming walled garden lies to the north of the house which is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of well stocked herbaceous borders. There is a pergola with climbing roses, a pretty brick and tile gardener's store, greenhouse, apple trees and a mature walnut tree beside a pond with fountain. Along the south eastern wall is an indoor swimming pool (see floor plans) with kitchen area, changing room, shower & WC.
Stableyard and Outbuildings
The stableyard has been designed with great thought and beautifully built. They are constructed of brick and rendered elevations under a tile roof and comprise: 8 generous Loddon loose boxes, feedstore, workshop, WC, tackroom and haybarn. To the north east is a tennis court, manege and Loddon lunging arena. Beyond is a pond and pleasant seating area for bbq's in the summer.
This is predominantly situated to the north east of the property in one good block. The owner has gradually put together the holding over many years and it is now a perfect size for keeping good numbers of horses or livestock. The land gently slopes away from the property and from the higher ground there are spectacular panoramic views over the surrounding countryside and downland. The fields closer to the house are post and railed paddocks with water and neatly clipped hedges. In all the land extends to 49.3 acres.
Lot 2 Broad Lane Cottage
This is a pretty brick and tile cottage which is situated at the end of a short no-through lane to the south east of the house. It is currently used as a staff cottage and briefly comprises: porch, kitchen, dining room, sitting room and bathroom. On the second floor there are two bedrooms (please see floor plan). There is an adjoining garage, housing the boiler and a garden to the rear.
Rights of Way, Footpaths and Easements
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, both public and private, all way leaves, easements and other rights whether or not specifically referred to in the brochure.
Basic Payment Scheme
The vendors will use their reasonable endeavours to transfer the entitlement to future payments under the Basic Payment Scheme to the purchaser. 15.20 entitlements are claimed over the property. The current years entitlements are reserved for the vendor.
Square Footage: 4,495 sq ft
Acreage: 49.3 Acres
From London head west on the M3 and bear off onto the A303. Exit the A303 near Andover and take the A343 to Salisbury. On the outskirts of Salisbury, follow the ring road south and take the A354 towards Blandford. After about 8 miles turn left to Martin (ignore the first left to East Martin) and carry on into the village. The house will be seen in the middle of the village on the left handside.
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