Calcot Lane, Curdridge, Southampton, SO32 2BN | Property for sale | Savills
5,532 sq ft(513.94 sq m)
Guide price £1,995,000(€2,274,721)

Calcot LaneCurdridge, Southampton, SO32 2BN

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in March 2023
  • Superb principal bedroom suite
  • Two Annexes
  • Impressive indoor pool complex
  • Set in circa 1.4 acres

A substantial country house offering a fabulous living environment with secondary accommodation in about 1.4 acres.

About this property

  • Calcot is an impressive country house which offers some fabulous living spaces. A large reception hall makes for a particularly welcoming feel and leads off to all principal living areas. The magnificent kitchen/breakfast/family room is the absolute hub of the property and offers a great space. The kitchen area comes with a working Aga and a comprehensive range of bespoke fitted units as well as appliances including cupboard and drawer sections with granite work surfaces
    over, a large central island is a real focal point and offers further preparation area as well as a breakfast bar. The family living area is a particularly comfortable space and ideal for everyday living. A doorway leads through to a large sitting room with log burner. There is a cinema room with large screen, and a well-equipped study which is the perfect space for working from home.

    A staircase rises up to the first floor where there is a really superb principal bedroom suite which is incredibly opulent and includes a large en suite bathroom, a dressing room, its own sitting area and of course the main bedroom space. There are three further bedrooms on this floor two of which have en suites and the remaining serviced by a separate family bathroom. A staircase rises to the top floor where there is a fifth bedroom.

    Adjoining the main house via a conservatory is one of the annexes which offers good living space and scope for income generation. It comes with its own generous entrance and cloakroom on the ground floor with a large open plan kitchen and sitting room on the first floor along with the main bedroom and bathroom which all sits above the triple garage block and workshop. The impressive indoor pool complex is a real feature of this fine home offering a fabulous facility for those in families. The superb swimming pool with its terrace surround, changing rooms, sauna and steam room is extremely well finished. The gym is generously proportioned and makes this the prefect space activities and recreation – the perfect
    family space. Attached to this building is the second annexe which is well presented and includes a sitting room and its own kitchen/breakfast room with a range of fitted units including kitchen cupboard and drawer sections and work surfaces over. There is also a utility and cloakroom at ground floor level and on the first floor there are two bedrooms and a shower room. Both Annexes have all integrated appliances.

    The property is approached by the electric gates which open on to a gravel drive, which leads through to the parking and garage areas. There are numerous garages offering a great set up particularly for those with a car collection or storage requirements. At the side of the property there are large areas of open lawn which run down to the far boundary and to the rear of the property are the more intimate private gardens. Off the kitchen breakfast/family room there is a large terraced area which provides a great space for outdoor entertaining and relaxing. The gardens are largely laid to lawn but with some attractive planting offering a good degree of interest for throughout the year. Presenting an attractive backdrop and a private feel. In all the grounds extend to approximately 1.4 acres.

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So much to offer, a great principle house offering some really strong accommodation - this combined with excellent secondary accommodation and indoor pool complex makes for a very compelling package at this level of the market.

Giles MuddleProperty agent

Local information

  • The village of Curdridge is perceived as a first class rural area with agriculture and associated industries having predominated the area since Anglo Saxon times. Curdridge is also the gateway to the Meon Valley and is valued by its population as a desirable area in which to live and raise a family.
  • The village itself is spread over an area of 6 square miles. The many lanes and side roads offer great character, especially with Lockhams Road and Calcot Lane which are good examples and offer views over rolling farmland. To the northern end of the village are Curdridge Primary School, the Church and Reading Rooms (Village Hall), the recreational ground and junior football field. There is a highly regarded village nursery and Swanmore Secondary is about 3.1 miles from the house. Private schools include Boundary Oak School (6.6 miles) and The Gregg School (6.7 miles) both offering a bus service from the village. Within the area there are a number of public footpaths, in particular the Nether Hill to Durley Mill and Blind Lane. The award winning Cricketers Inn, is within 0.6 miles of the house and offers hearty food and a good selection of beverages.
  • Further afield are the excellent amenities offered by the Georgian market towns of Bishops Waltham and Wickham as well as the overland mainline railway services at Botley, 1 mile (1.6 km). More comprehensive facilities can be found in Southampton, together with the International Airport at Eastleigh, 7.7 miles(12.5km). The house is also well situated for easy access to the national motorway network with Junction 7 of the M27 being approximately 4.3 miles (7 km).

Additional information

  • Council Tax Band H
  • Mains water and electric. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: H