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Whistlers Farm, Tangley, Andover, Hampshire, ENG - Property For Sale
An outstanding period farmhouse in one of the most tranquil positions in North Hampshireset in perfect rural surroundings and yet remaining accessible.Whistlers FarmWhistlers Farm has a rich history and is recorded in the will of John Whistler, who died in the late 1720s. His affluent family were involved in the wool trade and lived at Inkpen but also farmed in Tangley. In those days, Whistlers was known as Cow Down Farm and comprised more than 100 acres, then considered a large farm. Around that time the name changed to Whistlers Farm and in the Victorian times it became the home of Sir William Poor, and then part of the Merceron Estate. After the first World War it came into the possession of the Sturt family, who remained at Whistlers until 1969 when the current owners bought the property.Description and accommodationThe farmhouse was built of mellow red brick and flint elevations under a tiled roof. The accommodation has an abundance of character with well-proportioned rooms which have been altered and extended over the years. In our opinion the building has potential for further accommodation subject to appropriate planning consents being obtained.  The present arrangement (as shown on the floor plan) creates a wonderful family house with very good accommodation on the first floor while the ground floor layout offers flexibility. The heart of the house is in the kitchen which benefits from an Aga. The bread oven in the sitting room can only be greatly admired.A short distance from the farmhouse is The Old Coach House built of brick and flint elevations under a slate roof. It was converted 30 years ago and provides valuable additional accommodation, (as shown on the floor plan), which can be used as ancillary to the main house or as self-contained space to meet an owners requirements.OutsideThe range of very useful outbuildings enclose the property on the eastern boundary. These include brick and slate stables together with adjoining store and a large and extremely useful Implement shed/Workshop which has the benefit of split phase power.It is the outstanding position of Whistlers Farm that makes it such a very special property. The south facing gardens ideally compliment the house and are a most attractive feature. Mainly laid to lawn with numerous bushes, shrubs, mature trees and there is also a small woodland belt on the western boundary.To the rear of the house there is further garden with a vegetable patch and paddock. On the northern boundary is another meadow and orchard area. The whole extends to 4.01 acres.The LocationWhistlers Farm is in a wonderfully rural and magical location in the midst of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in North Hampshire. It is surrounded by farmland on all its boundaries and benefits from far reaching views over the adjoining Hampshire countryside with the possibility of seeing the Isle of Wight on a very clear day. The North Hampshire Downs are loved equally by walkers and riders alike and are close to the upper reaches of the Test Valley.To the north and west, the Chute villages and the Wiltshire Downs are criss-crossed with ancient long distance paths and provide an area rich with opportunities for a range of country pursuits. The village of Tangley is nearby and renowned for its two famous pubs, The Fox and The Cricketers. The neighbouring village of Hatherden has a primary school (rated good by Ofsted). Local amenities are available in the nearby village of Hurstbourne Tarrant whilst a more comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and leisure facilities are available nearby.
The Granaries, Stockbridge, Hampshire, ENG - Property For Sale
A fine, brick and flint, village house offering light, flexible and spacious accommodation with a large landscaped garden with two granaries.Chilbolton is an attractive village nestling on the River Test, in beautiful countryside between Winchester and Andover. It is large enough to support local facilities which include a general store/post office, church and pubs. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the attractive market town of Stockbridge 4 miles away. The Millennium Village Hall supports many village events and a well-regarded pre-school. From the village centre are walks to Chilbolton Common, a designated Area of Special Scientific Interest and a local beauty spot a tributary of the River Test.There is a popular primary school in the neighbouring village of Wherwell as well as a range of highly regarded private schools in the surrounding area including Farleigh at Redrice.  Andover is about 5 miles to the north and Winchester about 10 miles to the south both with fast trains to London/Waterloo.  About 2 miles from the village is access to the A303/M3.   The property is situated within the Conservation Area close to the church and Cow Common, a Site of Special Scientific Interest.The propertySituated in the heart of the village, this individually designed house was built in 1992.   The concept for The Granaries, a detached, five bedroom house was well thought out yet allowing for maximum flexibility. The beautifully presented accommodation has a natural flow and features a most delightful 24ft drawing room with vaulted ceiling, a large dual aspect refitted kitchen/breakfast room with three further reception rooms on the ground floor, with a large galleried landing with master bedroom suite and four further bedrooms on the first floor.OutsideThe house is set back behind a low wall and mixed hedge.   The sweep of gravel drive, flanked by lawn and shrub borders, provides plenty of parking and access to the double garage.   To the right of the house are the two Grade II Listed granaries.The charming rear garden backs on to church ground with Cow Common beyond and, to one side, high chalk/cob walling. The garden has been beautifully landscaped and is mainly near level lawn broken and bounded by specimen shrubs and trees. Next to the house is the wide paved patio for alfresco dining and within the garden is a substantial timber summerhouse.
Cleves Lane, Upton Grey, Hampshire, ENG - Property For Sale
An excellent detached modern family home enjoying a quiet location on the edge of the village with SUPERB VIEWS to the rear.  Hall, 4 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, double garage, gardens.Majestic House is one of just two individual detached houses built in 2000 to an excellent design by Leo Developments. The accommodation is well proportioned and well-presented and has been designed so that the principal rooms all enjoy the excellent southerly views to the rear. There is also great flexibility in the use of the fifth bedroom which is accessed from a spiral staircase from the side hall.On the ground floor, the front door opens to the large reception hall with a central staircase rising to the galleried first floor landing. The drawing room has double doors opening to the dining room, and both have French doors opening to the rear garden. The kitchen also overlooks the rear garden and it is comprehensively fitted with an extensive range of units, and there is a utility room off which leads to the extended rear hall. There is also a family room, a study and a cloakroom on the ground floor.On the first floor the master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and the guest bedroom has an en suite shower room, and both enjoy the views to the rear. There are two further double bedrooms and the family bathroom. Approached via the spiral staircase is bedroom 5, currently used as an office but equally this would create an excellent playroom.OutsideThe property is approached from the lane over a gated brick paved driveway which leads to the double garage, and provides ample parking.The gardens provide a lovely setting for the property. To the front these are primarily laid to lawn with three mature trees, and are screened from the lane by a number of mature shrubs. To the rear, the garden is enclosed by a combination of fencing and mature hedging, but the southern boundary is a post and rail fence so that the view over the adjoining paddocks is uninterrupted. The garden is level and laid to lawn, with flower beds, and there is an area of decking accessed from the French doors in the principal reception rooms.SituationMajestic House is located towards the end of Cleves Lane, a quiet lane on the edge of the village from which the house enjoys delightful views over pony paddocks to the rear. Upton Grey is a picturesque village with a traditional duck pond, a village shop/post office, a pub and a church situated in delightful Hampshire countryside some 4 miles south of Odiham.Odiham provides an extensive range of local shopping facilities whilst far more extensive facilities are available at the nearby larger towns of Basingstoke, Fleet, Farnham and Reading. Despite its quiet rural position, the village is well placed for commuting lying just a few miles from junction 5 of the M3, and with fast connections to London Waterloo from the mainline stations at Winchfield, Hook or Basingstoke.
52 Chesil Street, Winchester, Hampshire, ENG - Property For Sale
The LocationSituated within a 5 minute walk from King Alfred’s statue and the High Street, 52 Chesil Street lies close to the heart of the city centre and is conveniently situated for shops and restaurants, including the renowned Chesil Rectory, Black Boy pub and Michelin star rated Black Rat. The River Itchen close by provides some delightful walks and cycle routes along its banks to the water meadows and St. Catherine’s Hill.There are well regarded state and public schools including St Bede, Church of England Primary School and The Westgate School (primary and secondary) as well as St Swithun’s School for girls, Winchester College and The Pilgrims’ School also within easy access.The mainline station (London Waterloo within 1 hour) is approximately a 20 minute walk from the property. Winchester offers excellent road links to London via the M3, the south coast via the M27, and north to Newbury and Oxford via the A34. Southampton Airport is just 15 minutes away by road or rail.The Property52 Chesil Street is a stylish and contemporary town house. From the sheltered porch area there is a spacious front hall which leads through to a ground floor sitting room, kitchen and cloakroom which could be ideal as a self-contained annex for a relative or nanny. On the first floor is the fantastic light and bright open plan living area. There are large glass sliding doors opening onto two balconies and the views over Winchester and the Itchen are delightful. In addition to the spacious living area, there is a high specification kitchen, dining area and study area. All the bedrooms have en suite facilities and cupboards and the master bedroom and second bedroom also have sensational views.OutsideFrom the ground floor kitchen and sitting rooms there are French doors out to a small terrace bounded by a brick wall. The living area has two balconies with views over the Itchen. To the front of the property and accessed from the porch is a storage room and garage.
The Hill, Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hampshire, ENG - Property For Sale
The LocationHurstbourne Tarrant is situated approximately six miles north of Andover and 10 miles south of Newbury and has a General Store/sub Post Office, church, primary school and public house. Nearby Andover offers a comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities, as well as a main line railway station providing fast services to London (Waterloo) in just over the hour, alternatively Newbury has a regular service to Paddington. The A34 Newbury bypass and A303 Andover by-pass are within easy reach and provide vehicular access to all parts of the country.The PropertyLot 1: Rookery FarmhouseThis is an attractive 18th Century house with 19th Century additions, constructed of brick and part flint elevations under a tiled roof. The property is Grade II listed for its association with William Cobbett (the front boundary wall has a brick incised "WC 1825" and said to have been carved by William Cobbett). The interior has many original features including the staircase, panelled doors and dado panelling.The present owners have carried out restoration works and provided additional accommodation with the construction of a superb Orangery.OutsideThe main gardens are to the rear of the house and enjoy a south and west aspect with views over adjoining countryside. (There is a part walled garden). A terrace adjoins the Orangery.Lot 2: Range of traditional outbuildingsThe outbuildings are set in a traditional farmyard setting and offer great development potential for a variety of uses subject to the necessary planning consents. The total area amounts to 0.67 acres. Further information is available from the agents.Lot 3: Pretty paddock landA level area of pasture situated to the north west of the house amounting to 0.6 acres.
Floods Farm, Reading Road, Sherfiel, Hampshire, ENG - Property For Sale
A striking Grade II Listed detached farmhouse enjoying open views to the front, situated on the edge of the village with a garden bordering the River Lyde. Reception hall, three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfaat room with Aga, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, gardens, double garage.The Farmhouse is situated off the A33 on the outskirts of the village of Sherfield on Loddon, a popular village, mostly centred around the large village green. There is a wide range of local amenities including a church, three public houses, coffee shop with post office, village shop, village hall, Sherfield School and Sherfield Oaks Golf Club. There are many outdoor activities on the village green including cricket green, football pitches, tennis courts, BMX track and playground.More comprehensive shopping, educational and recreational facilities can be found in the regional centres of Basingstoke (6 miles) and Reading (12 miles). Sherfield on Loddon is strategically well placed for local and regional communications with the A33 providing easy access to both the M4 and M3 and to the main line stations at Reading (Paddington 40 minutes) and Basingstoke (Waterloo 50 minutes).The PropertyThe Farmhouse is an attractive Grade II Listed farmhouse recorded as dating back to the seventeenth century with later additions. There is a wealth of character throughout the house with lovely wooden floors, exposed beams and timbers, open fireplaces and the old hatch through which the farm workers would have been paid.Both the principal reception rooms are accessed off the entrance hall and benefit from open fireplaces with the sitting room having double doors opening out into the garden. At the heart of the house is the farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room which has a good range of wood fronted units under wooden work surfaces and a two oven Aga set into the old fireplace. Completing the downstairs accommodation is a dining room and a walk in larder within the original heart of the property.On the first floor all of the bedrooms benefit from exposed floor boards with the main benefitting from a pretty Victorian style fireplace and a good range of built in wardrobes. There are a further three bedrooms, one with a pretty fireplace, a family bathroom and a family shower room with a large walk in shower.OutsideThe Farmhouse is approached via an electric five bar gate onto an initially shared gravel drive giving access to a parking area and the detached double garage. The front garden is bordered by a low brick wall and is mostly laid to lawn with well stocked flower beds. A brick pathway leads from the driveway to the front door.The majority of the garden is to the side of the house and is laid to lawn with the River Lyde (a tributary to the River Loddon) running along one side. At the rear of the house there is a terrace enjoying views down the garden.
Village Street, Chilbolton, Hampshire, ENG - Property For Sale
LocationChilbolton is an attractive village nestling on the River Test, in beautiful countryside between Winchester and Andover. It is large enough to support local facilities which include a general store/post office, church and pubs. More comprehensive facilities can be found in Stockbridge 4 miles away. The Millennium Village Hall supports many village events and a well-regarded preschool. From the village centre are walks to Chilbolton Common, a designated Area of Special Scientific Interest and a local beauty spot.The PropertyDaventry Cottage is a 17th century Grade II listed cottage of painted elevations under a thatched roof. The cottage has many period features including exposed beams throughout.The present owners have sympathetically extended, refurbished and decorated to a very high standard whilst retaining the character of the cottage which now offers flexible, spacious and beautifully presented accommodation. Improvements include:* Converting the attached garage into a sitting room and extending to provide the master bedroom suite* Adding a conservatory fitted with central heating and air conditioning* Refitting the family bathroom* New oil fired boiler* Redecoration throughout* Re-ridging the thatched roof* Re-thatched to front elevationOutsideThe enclosed south facing gardens are a delightful feature of the property.Laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders and terraced patio areas. There is also a Summer House/workshop and a range of storage sheds. There is parking to the front of the cottage with a pedestrian gate providing access to the rear garden.

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