A PUMP station near Winchester has gone on the market after it was converted into a house.

The Pump House, in Main Road, Littleton, is being sold through Dybles estate agents in Winchester. The property was featured on the Channel 4 programme George Clarke’s Old House New Home.

When George visited the property, he praised the owners for retaining the industrial features and successfully blending the new features with the original building.

Hampshire Chronicle: The kitchen features a stainless steel islandThe kitchen features a stainless steel island (Image: Dybles)With four bedrooms, the renovated property has a minimalistic Scandinavian influence, whilst also retaining its industrial heart.

The ground floor has an open space living plan, encompassing a kitchen, dining and living area. The kitchen has minimalistic cabinetry, integrated appliances and a large, stainless steel island. The downstairs area also has a WC, additional storage and a utility area, alongside a pair of large double bedrooms and a modern bathroom.

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There are two additional double bedrooms upstairs, as well as a further shower room. Outside, the property features both a driveway and carport, alongside a front courtyard. Connected to the kitchen, the garden space offers a panoramic view of neighbouring fields.

Hampshire Chronicle: The garden offers views over the surrounding fieldsThe garden offers views over the surrounding fields (Image: Dybles)Jack Mantle, sales director at Dybles, said: “This design-led four-bedroom home has been meticulously renovated by the current owners with minimalistic Scandinavian influence whilst retaining the raw industrial heart of the building. The unique property is in a tranquil rural setting as you enter the village of Littleton, offering panoramic views of the surrounding fields from all aspects of the property.”

The property is on the market for £950,000. More information can be found by visiting the Right Move website. A full gallery of photos can be viewed by clicking the image at the top of the article.