Middle Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 8EG | Property for sale | Savills
3,961 sq ft(367.99 sq m)
Guide price £1,250,000(€1,425,264)

Middle WallopStockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 8EG

    Key features

    • Impressive detached family home
    • Kitchen/breakfast room with Aga
    • Integral Annexe
    • Delightful part walled gardens of 0.58 acres
    • A wealth of character throughout

    A substantial detached period family home offering well-proportioned and well-presented accommodation and integral one bedroom Annexe, set within 0.58 acres.

    About this property

    • Willow House is an attractive detached period property offering generous accommodation ideally arranged for family living. A part-glazed door opens into a reception hall which provides access to all principal living areas. At the side of the property is the main access point from the parking area opening into a dining hall which is a well-balanced entertaining space with a large central fireplace housing a log burner – an excellent room with character. A generous kitchen/breakfast room comes with a range of floor and wall mounted units including cupboard and drawer sections with work surfaces over and the Aga creates a real farmhouse feel. There is also access through to the utility room making for a practical set up. Off the dining hall is access through to the remaining principal reception spaces including a generous drawing room with central fireplace and attractive views out over both the side and rear gardens. A family room of generous proportions with a fireplace offers a great everyday living area. The study provides useful space for working from home.

      At first floor level in the main house there are five generous bedrooms including a guest bedroom with en suite. The principal bedroom has access across the landing to its own bathroom and dressing room and the remaining bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom. There is a door through to the first floor annexe which comes with a kitchen/living room and its own bedroom. This useful annexe has its own independent access to the outside so can be shut off from the main house.

      The property is approached via a driveway which provides parking for a number of vehicles as well as access to the garaging/carport. The gardens lie to the side and rear of the property and include a fabulous expanse of lawn which offers great space for outdoor recreation and entertaining. The gardens come with some mature and well-established trees and planted borders offering all year-round interest throughout the year. There is also a terraced area adjoining the property which is well set up for outside dining. The gardens are part walled creating a good degree of privacy. Beyond the gate at the far end of the garden is a further piece of land used for growing vegetables. A public footpath passes through this area leading to the village of Over Wallop with its own church and pub which is a short stroll away. The grounds extend in all to 0.58 acres.

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    This is a very well balanced property with some excellent accommodation and delightful garden - a great proposition for those seeking a substantial family home.

    Giles MuddleProperty agent

    Local information

    • Middle Wallop is located in the popular Test Valley within the parish of Nether Wallop, a thriving community comprising a number of predominantly period properties. There is a local Anglo-Saxon church, primary school, pub and village hall as well as a nearby shop and garage with a general store. The neighbouring small town of Stockbridge is picturesque and popular with a variety of local shops, galleries and interesting boutiques. In addition it has an excellent range of restaurants and public houses, and first class local amenities including a church, doctor's surgery and both primary and secondary schools. Independent schools in the area include Farleigh, about 5 miles, Godolphin, Marlborough, and Winchester College.
    • There is good access to the cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury and easy access to Andover, Southampton and Romsey. The property is well placed for access to the A303 via the A343, which in turn links to the A34 to Winchester to the south and Oxford and beyond to the north. The A303 also leads to the M3 and M27 to the south and London to the north-east. The mainline railway at Grateley has a regular service to London Waterloo in approximately 75 minutes. This part of Hampshire is renowned for its attractive villages and countryside and the famous River Test is regarded as one of the best fly fishing rivers in the country.

    Additional information

    • Mains Water & Electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage (septic tank).
    • Council Tax Band G
    • Freehold
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G