Property Information

A beautiful early Victorian house providing most spacious (2,743 ft²) accommodation within delightful gardens of .6 of an acre.

Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Cloakroom, Conservatory, Boot Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Dining Room, Larder, Master Bedroom En-Suite, Guest Bedroom En-Suite, Two Further Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Stunning Gardens, Detached Double Garage, Ample Driveway, Workshop

The Property:
Dating from around 1850 'Wisteria House' provides a high 'kerb appeal' and offers spacious family orientated accommodation set behind pleasing colour washed elevations which, as the name would suggest is adorned by a beautiful mature Wisteria as well as climbing roses, the recessed windows with sash openers sit under a slate tiled roof. The accommodation is a traditional 'four square' arrangement accessed from a welcoming entrance hall and landing with later additions to the ground floor. There are three reception rooms and a kitchen with an AGA. The first floor accommodates a master bedroom suite with a large bathroom with a roll top bath and separate shower, there is also an abundance of fitted wardrobes. The guest bedroom also has an en-suite and the remaining two double bedrooms are served by the family bathroom. Externally the house is approached over a tarmacadam forecourt, which leads to a pair of electrically operated gates leading to a sweeping gravelled drive which accesses the parking and double garage. The rear garden is simply stunning and is mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders which are a 'sea of colour' as well as several mature trees including a mature willow. Directly behind the house is a courtyard styled patio which is ideal for entertaining. To the rear of the garden is a wooden child's playhouse, slide and swings as well as a greenhouse.

The Location:
Located in the heart of this popular Test Valley village which has a good range of amenities including a pub, two shops, a Post Office, primary school and church as well as being surrounded by unspoilt countryside and walks along chalk streams. It also offers easy access to the nearby city of Winchester (15 minutes' drive) for a greater range of facilities and mainline railway connections to London, as well as being just under three miles from the popular Stockbridge high street which also has a wider range of amenities.

Directions:
From Winchester take the A30 Stockbridge Road proceeding past Sparsholt College taking the next left, sign posted Kings Somborne. Enter the village and turn right at the Post Office T-junction, continue bearing left just before the next T-junction signed Romsey. Proceed for 100 yards and 'Wisteria House' is on the left-hand side and will be identified by our 'For Sale' board, the driveway is just before the property.

Viewing:
Strictly by appointment through Belgarum Estate Agents (01962 844460).

Services:
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Council Tax:
Band F (rate for 2019/20 £2,458.66pa).