Vicarage Lane, Curdridge, Southampton, Hampshire, SO32 2DP | Property for sale | Savills
4,517 sq ft(419.64 sq m)
Guide price £1,950,000(€2,304,744)

Vicarage LaneCurdridge, Southampton, Hampshire, SO32 2DP

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in September 2023
  • Superbly fitted kitchen/breakfast room
  • Principal bedroom with en suite
  • Guest bedroom suite
  • Five further bedrooms and family bathroom
  • Grounds of about 9.57 acres
  • Private gated driveway and triple garage
  • Equestrian buildings, paddocks and manège

A fine period country house offering substantial family accommodation on grounds of about 9.57 acres with equestrian facilities.

About this property

  • Coledown House is an exceptional substantial family house of Victorian/Edwardian origin situated on grounds of 9.57 acres. The house which extends to 4517 ft.² offers elegant character accommodation typical of a house of this era with high ceilings, sash windows, open fireplaces and ceiling mouldings.

    The property is approached through a large and welcoming reception hall with return staircase leading to the first floor. There are four principal reception rooms accessed directly from the hall, the drawing room, dining room, day room and sitting room. Each of these rooms is well proportioned and beautifully presented. The kitchen/breakfast room is substantial and beautifully fitted with a range of bespoke units with a central island and a range of fitted appliances. The stone floor in the kitchen leads through to exposed timber flooring in the breakfast room with double doors leading out to a covered terrace at the rear of the house. The property benefits from two ground floor cloakrooms, utility room and separate laundry room with a cellar accessed from the rear lobby where a secondary staircase provides access to the first floor.

    On the first floor is a superb large landing giving a significant feeling of space. There are seven bedrooms on the first floor including a principal bedroom with adjoining bathroom shower and guest bedroom with adjoining bathroom and bedroom three enjoys a large terrace that overlooks the rear garden. There are three further double bedrooms a single bedroom and a family bathroom.

    The property benefits from some adjoining buildings which include two stalls and a gardeners cloakroom.

    OUTSIDE
    The property is approached through electric gates and a long driveway which opens in front of the property adjacent to the triple garage. Continuing up past the property is a yard with equestrian buildings with three stall and a separate building with hay barn, tack room, stall and store. The gardens and paddocks extend to 9.57 acres.

    Directly adjacent to the southern side of the property is a large terrace. There is an area of woodland that runs along the eastern side of the property protecting the property from Vicarage Lane. At the southern end of the gardens is a swimming pool and paddocks lie along the western boundary. To the south of the gardens is a further area of paddocks and a large manège.

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A superb family home with equestrian facilities.

Steven MooreProperty agent

Local information

  • The village of Curdridge is perceived as a first class location 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 covers an area of approximately 6 square miles with a 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, 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

  • Services - mains water, electricity and gas (there is also a separate water supply to the water trough).
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: H