Wallop Primary School (0.9mi.)
Grateley House School (2.0mi.)
Grateley Primary School (2.2mi.)
This lovely three bedroom house sits in an exclusive development of just 23 homes and is pleasantly positioned to the end over looking the paddocks & fields. Being recently built in 2009 the property has the modern and contemporary feel whilst still enjoying the traditional village aspect. Residents here can benefit from direct access to bridle ways, country lanes and numerous dog walks and can also make the most of the village's social aspect if they so choose. Another point worth mentioning would be the potential here, as you could extend to the rear, the side or over the garage all of course subject to the necessary permissions.
As you arrive at the property, there is ample parking on the gravel to the front which leads to the garage. The remainder of the front is laid to lawn with bordering flower beds. Access can be gained to the side of the property via a picket gate. Make your way to the front door.
A solid timber door leads you into the light and spacious entrance hall with an attractive wood effect floor. Timber doors lead into the sitting room, kitchen and the cloakroom. Stairs then rise to the 1st floor with a storage cupboard beneath.
Sitting Room - 17' 3'' x 10' 6'' plus recess (5.25m x 3.20m)
Another light and airy space with a dual aspect from a window to the front and patio doors leading out to the rear garden.
Tiled flooring with a window to the front aspect and a WC and a wall hung wash hand basin.
Kitchen/Dining Room - 15' 3'' x 10' 8'' max (4.64m x 3.25m)
The kitchen has a very high specification with matching range of wall and base units with granite work tops and an inset one and half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer. Neff integrated appliances include the dishwasher, electric cooker, electric hob with a chimney style extractor and full height fridge freezer. Window to the rear over looking the garden.
Utility room - 5' 6'' max x 5' 5'' (1.68m x 1.65m)
Door to the rear garden and space for the washing beneath a granite effect work top. There is built in shelving and a cupboard housing the water tank and the electric boiler.
Great light and airy landing space with a window to the rear and timber doors leading to all three bedrooms and the family bathroom. Hatch to the roof space which has been partially boarded with pull down ladder and light.
Bedroom One - 12' 3'' x 9' 1'' plus deep door recess(3.73m x 2.77m)
Timber window to the rear over looking the rear garden and the field beyond. Benefiting from two built in wardrobes and a door to the en-suite. TV point.
Window to the rear with a suite comprising of a shower cubicle, WC with a concealed cistern and a wash hand basin within a vanity unit with storage beneath. Centrally heated towel rail. Mirror and light with shaver point.
Bedroom Two - 11' 3'' plus door recess x 10' 7'' (3.43m x 3.22m)
Same lovely outlook as the main bedroom and benefits from a telephone point.
Bedroom Three - 12' 4'' x 7' 8'' (3.76m x 2.34m)
Window to the front and built in wardrobes.
Window to the front, tiled floor and suite comprising of a bath with a mains mixer shower and glass screen and a WC and wash hand basin within a vanity unit with a concealed cistern.
Garage - 16' 6'' x 8' 7'' (5.03m x 2.61m)
Up and over door with light and electric.
Grateley Station 2.6 miles (London Waterloo 75 minutes), Stockbridge 5.3 miles, Salisbury 12 miles, Winchester 16 miles (Distances and time approximate). The house is situated in Over Wallop, which along with Middle and Nether Wallop create the sought after villages of The Wallops. As well as the Wallop Brook, a tributary of the River Test running through each village, there is a church, public house and shop/post office within the village. More comprehensive facilities are found nearby at Stockbridge, Winchester and Salisbury. There is a mainline railway station at Grateley with direct trains running to London Waterloo in just over 1 hour.Wallop Primary School and Test Valley Secondary School are the catchment area schools. The renowned Independent Farleigh prep school is about 5 miles away. Other independent schools in the area include Rookwood School, Winchester College for boys and St Swithun's and Godolphin School for girls.
Printers Place energy efficient features include an environmentally friendly bio disc treatment plant system, electric heating and hot water. There is a communal green area with access into nearby countryside. A maintenance charge circa £1,000 per annum is paid to Printers Place Residents Management co. ltd for the upkeep of the communal areas and the private sewage treatment plant.
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