West Wellow

£550,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A wonderfully secluded detached bungalow set within mature gardens, set back from the roadside and screened by established hedging within the highly regarded village of West Wellow.

Owners Comments

“We have enjoyed the peace and tranquillity of this wonderful village, and that it is within walking distance to the New Forest National Park. This together with being close to the cities of both Salisbury and Southampton has made it an idyllic location we are sad to leave.”

Introduction

Little Briars has undergone a comprehensive and thoughtful programme of works and unusually for a bungalow, offers sizeable accommodation to accommodate a growing family with three double bedrooms, a large sitting room, supplemented by a double garage. This well presented home is arranged with clear definition between the living and bedroom areas and enjoys a picturesque village location within easy walking distance of a wealth of amenities as well as offering excellent access to commuter links of the A36 and M27. The property is also within catchment of excellent local schooling.

Description

A large entrance hall with high quality wood effect flooring flows through the property featuring a storage cupboard, airing cupboard whilst leading to the principal rooms. Glazed double doors access the large sitting room with exposed brick feature fireplace with inset wood burning stove and French style patio doors to the gardens. The refitted kitchen overlooks the front and features matt white eye and base level units with complementary wooden worktops. There are integrated appliances including a fridge freezer, dishwasher, Neff eye level double oven, four ring gas hob and cooker hood. The kitchen is supplemented by a useful utility area with ample storage and space and plumbing for a washing machine. The dining room features ample space for a dining suite and appreciates a dual aspect. The master bedroom is of excellent dimensions featuring ample wardrobes and storage and rear aspect bay window. The remaining two bedrooms are double in size with fitted wardrobes. A family bathroom serves the bedrooms comprising a white suite with corner shower unit, panel enclosed bath, low level W/C and wash hand basin with vanity cabinet upon a ceramic tiled floor. There is also a separate cloakroom.

Outside

Enclosed by established hedging, the property is approached via a wooden five bar gate to a driveway for three cars leading to the double garage with up and over door. A side gate leads to the rear garden which is predominantly laid to lawn with ornamental slate tiled rose garden and enclosed panel fencing. There is a large patio area with fish pond ideal for summer entertaining. A personal door access the double garage with power and light and automated up and over door.

Location

The property is situated on a pleasant tree lined lane in the popular village of Wellow, well provided for in amenities including a village hall, convenience stores, butchers, pharmacy, hairdresser, excellent primary school and public houses. Wellow benefits from excellent commuter access via the nearby A36 to the cathedral city of Salisbury and commercial centre of Southampton and is within catchment of the well regarded Mountbatten Secondary School.

Agent Note

This well presented single storey dwelling offers bright and spacious accommodation with double glazing and gas fired central heating via a combi gas boiler installed circa 3 years ago. The rateable value is Band E.

Directions

From the Ower roundabout, take the A36 towards Salisbury and upon reaching the village of Wellow take the second exit at the mini roundabout continuing along the A36. Then take the first right into Slab Lane and the property can be found on the right hand side opposite the turning to Old Cottage Close and denoted by our board. For Sat Nav user SO51 6BY

Arrange viewing 01794 278128

Charles Powell

Suite 14d, Chatmohr Estate, Crawley Hill, West Wellow, Romsey, Hampshire

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