This attractive semi-detached property is offered to the market with no forward chain and benefits from a peaceful setting on a private no-through road within the village of Middle Wallop, with far reaching views from the front across open countryside. The home is believed to have been built in the 1930s and has been improved and extended by the current owner to include a two-storey extension with garage, as well as cosmetic updates to the interiors. Further modernization to the décor would bring the property up to its full and extensive potential. The bright and well-presented interiors offer neutral décor and flexible living space for a growing family, which has been further enhanced by the addition of a generously proportioned conservatory at the rear of the house, extending to 20ft and offering a versatile reception space for living or dining, with lovely vistas down to the rear garden. The ground floor layout is spacious and includes a 23ft living/dining room with a number of fitted shelving units, feature brick fireplace and wood burning stove which can provide hot water and heating needs for the house as it is linked to the oil system. Double doors open to the 19ft kitchen/diner where there is ample space for a breakfast table for day-to-day dining. The room is fitted with a good range of units and freestanding appliances, with further space for laundry machines in an adjacent utility ‘area’ to the side.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms arranged around a central landing, with easy access to the loft room via the box room, the room currently used for storage provides further scope for development (stnc). The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room with cubicle shower, while the three additional bedrooms share use of a family bathroom.
New Road is situated in a semi-rural setting just outside the village of Middle Wallop, known for its Army Aviation history and nearby Iron Age hillfort. The village itself is home to a convenience store and pub, with further amenities available in neighbouring Over Wallop and Nether Wallop. The attractive town of Stockbridge is approximately six miles distant and offers a variety of shops, a Post Office, public houses, a doctor’s surgery and both primary and secondary schools. Sporting facilities in the area include fishing on the nearby chalk streams, golf at The Hampshire Golf Club in Goodworth Clatford, racing at Salisbury and Wincanton and water sports along the south coast. Stations are available at Grateley (3 miles) and Salisbury (11 miles), both of which offer fast, direct services to London Waterloo in around 80 minutes. Road communications include the A303 which connects to the South West and M3 motorway, leading to the wider motorway network and London Heathrow airport.
New Road is a private no-through road, affording a very private front aspect to the property which further benefits from far-reaching country views over neighbouring farmland including equestrian paddocks. The property is approached by a tarmac and gravel driveway providing ample off-street parking including within a covered car port attached to the garage, which has an electric up and over door. The rear enjoys a secluded feel with mature hedges offering a good degree of privacy. An area to the rear is laid to gravel chippings and a circular paved patio which is ideal for entertaining and enjoying the well-established shrubs, leading to a parcel of lawn. There is a good sized open sided barn ideal for storage or further uses.
Two Bath/Shower Rooms (1 En-suite)
Further Driveway Parking