Soldridge Road, Medstead, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 5JF | Property for sale | Savills
4,030 sq ft(374.40 sq m)
Guide price £2,200,000(€2,508,464)

Soldridge RoadMedstead, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 5JF

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in October 2023
  • Spacious reception rooms
  • Shaker style kitchen
  • Office/observatory
  • Principal bedroom suite
  • Guest bedroom suite
  • Three further bedrooms and family bathroom
  • One bedroom annexe
  • Summerhouse/office

Unexpectedly re-available. Exceptional equestrian house situated on grounds of about 5.24 acres.

About this property

  • The property is approached over a long tree-lined driveway leading up to the property and into a parking and turning area in front of the house and garaging. The accommodation is approached through a large welcoming reception hall with central galleried staircase opening to the dining room, doors to kitchen/breakfast room and drawing room. The drawing room is a magnificent room with feature fireplace with fitted wood burner and two pairs of double doors that lead out on to the rear terrace; the decking of which has been recently installed. The dining room is a very good size, again with double doors on to the rear terrace. There is a large kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of Shaker style units with granite work surfaces and a central island with a wooden work surface and breakfast bar. The kitchen has room for a large table, sofa area, double doors to outside, a large pantry and a door through to the utility room which has a stable door to the garden at the side. A cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor is an office/observatory, the principal bedroom suite with dressing room and adjoining bathroom, a guest suite with shower room, three further bedrooms, family bathroom and a first floor sitting room.

    The main house also benefits from an annexe which can be separately approached from outside, or from the first floor of the main house. The doorway on the ground floor could be easily opened up; which would incorporate the annexe fully into the main residence. This is an incredibly versatile set up. The ground floor of the annexe comprises a WC and a kitchen/living room with feature fireplace with stairs up to the double bedroom of the annexe with its adjoining shower room.

    The gardens and grounds to the property are exceptional, approached over a long treelined driveway set back from a
    country lane. The property occupies a delightful private position situated in the middle of its land. The formal gardens lie predominantly to the rear of the house, but also extend
    to the front, where a delightful summer house/garden office can be found, with large brickbuilt fireplace with beam over, currently housing a woodburning stove and underfloor heating; also there is plumbing for a sink and WC. There is a recently installed terraced area adjoining one side of the property which
    leads down onto the formal gardens and there are paddocks to both the front of the property and to the rear.

    Over the triple garage there is a one bedroom apartment with sun-lobby and stairs up to landing, living room, double bedroom and bathroom. There is income potential from the property and plenty of office space.

    Three Barns with 3-phase electrics; one of which has been converted to a fully insulated workshop with separate office area. Pole barn with adjoining garage and wood store. Stable block comprising five stables and a tack room. The property also benefits from site-wide broadband.

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An exceptional tree-lined driveway leads to this incredible package where you can enjoy your family home and benefit from income potential.

Haley PrescottProperty agent

Local information

  • Situated in a superb tucked away position at the end of a long private drive the property is situated close to the village of Medstead, next to open countryside. The village of Medstead has an active local community with a primary school, local shops, church, public house and a number of village clubs and societies.
  • The market towns of Alresford and Alton both provide a useful range of facilities with secondary schools and a Sixth Form College and a station to London Waterloo at Alton. For more comprehensive facilities the Cathedral city of Winchester provides an extensive range of facilities, again with the mainline railway station to London Waterloo.

Additional information

  • Council Tax Band G
  • Mains water, electricity, gas. LPG gas to the Garage Annexe. Private drainage (septic tank).
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G