Over Wallop

£355,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Dating back to the 1800's and formally part of an agricultural barn, this deceptively spacious three bedroom cottage is presented in a mews style located in one of the most popular Hampshire villages.

Owners Comments

“We have thoroughly enjoyed our time living in Step Aside and will miss being able to step straight out of our front door into miles of uninterrupted countryside walks. The location has been perfect for us, combining living in the heart of the Test Valley but with a short commute to Winchester.”

Introduction

The property is encompassed by uninterrupted countryside with a network of rural trails and bridle paths on the door step which is ideal for a range of outdoor pursuits including dog walkers and ramblers alike. Sympathetically converted in 1991, the accommodation has been tastefully upgraded throughout and comprises a recently fitted modern kitchen, sitting dining room with wood burning stove, three double bedrooms with the master accompanied by ensuite facilities all presented in calming neutral tones. As you enter you are immediately impressed by the galleried hallway and styling which considers the property's heritage. Additional benefits include ample parking for residents supplemented by a garage in a block and a generous mature garden ideal for summer relaxing. Whilst the setting is rural, the communication links are exceptional with the A30 close by providing quick access to Salisbury and major road networks to London in addition to Grateley Train Station.

Description

The recently installed UPVC front door with glazed side panels open into the gallery styled hallway which sets a wonderful tone to the cottage. The kitchen features modern cottage style eye and base level units with complementary wooden work surfaces with inset Belfast sink. High quality AEG integrated appliances include a dishwasher, four ring induction hob and fridge and freezer and French doors opening to the private rear garden. The sitting dining room is centred upon a painted brick fireplace with inset wood burning stove with ample space for seating as well as a dining table and chairs. The turning staircase leads to a bright landing leading to three double bedrooms which are well proportioned with the master benefitting from a dual aspect and ensuite shower room. The further two bedrooms are served by a shower room with double cubicle wash hand basin, WC and heated towel rail.

Outside

The property is accessed via a courtyard with ample parking for each dwelling and four visitor spaces with a garage in a block and an adjacent parking space. The walled rear garden is very secluded with attractive patio area with the remainder mainly laid to lawn flanked by established shrub borders. The aspect of the property means it enjoys sunlight through the front door illuminating the hallway and landing in the morning and then late morning to sunset uninterrupted sun in the garden and patio.

Location

The Wallops are a trio of picturesque villages set in the pretty Test Valley countryside, an area of outstanding natural beauty with open countryside, footpaths and bridleways offering the recreational opportunities of fishing, shooting, riding and cycling. Over Wallop has its own village shop and post office with a welcoming inn, whilst The Wallops host primary school and choice of public houses. Commuter links are excellent, with only a two mile journey to Grateley station and direct London Waterloo link and the M3 just a reasonable drive away. The boutique town of Stockbridge provides a further excellent selection of shops and restaurants. Andover and Salisbury are a fifteen minute drive away and provide an extensive range of amenities.

Agents Notes

The property is served by a recently installed oil fired system boiler and pressurised hot water cyclinder, shared private drainage and reconditioned wooden double glazed windows. We understand there is an annual service management charge of £150. The rateable value is Band C

Directions

From Salisbury take the A30 until the road splits and then take the A343 towards Middle Wallop. Just before Middle Wallop take left turn into Salisbury Lane and Suddern Cottages is on your left hand side.

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Charles Powell

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