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  • Bedrooms: 2
Discretely tucked away upon a quiet country lane in the most delightful of settings, is this charming two bedroom cottage which was constructed in 1840 enjoying a high degree of privacy and seclusion.

Owners' Comments

“Since moving to Michelmersh our lifestyle has been fantastic it really feels like you're on holiday every day of the week. There are stunning countryside walks, fantastic bike trails, and several pubs not to mention the fishing and we're just a 15 minute drive to Winchester. There is the national trust site on your door step along with great schools and a real sense of community....it will be greatly missed.”


The property has been well maintained by our clients and benefits from charming features including an imposing Inglenook brick fireplace with wood burning stove and Shaker style cottage kitchen providing comfortable modern living. Situated in the heart of the pretty village of Michelmersh, this delightful cottage has a garage and parking space to the rear accessed by a private driveway and enjoys two Sandstone patio terraces, ideal for summer entertaining.


The covered oak framed storm porch leads to the hardwood front door opening into the sitting/dining room which is gorgeous, centred upon a feature exposed brick Inglenook fireplace with wooden surround and inset wood burning stove. Oak effect flooring gives a cosy cottage aura and much light is afforded via Georgian style windows. The kitchen is designed to maintain a traditional feel, fitted with a range of eye and base level gloss white units and complementary wooden work surfaces. Integrated appliances include an electric oven, a four ring electric hob and cookerhood and fridge. There is also a UPVC door which opens to the rear garden. The landing provides access to the airing cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine and two double bedrooms which are served by the family bathroom suite.


There is a private driveway leading to the rear of the property with access to a garage with double doors, power and lighting. There is also a parking space for one car and pedestrian gate into the back garden. The gardens are a real feature of the home, attractively landscaped with a raised patio terrace adjacent to the rear elevation and separate patio area at the end of the garden both constructed of Indian Sandstone paving slabs. There is a path dissecting the manicured lawn connecting the terraces. A rear pedestrian door leads into the garage with power and light.


The cottage enjoys the most privileged of locations situated on a tranquil country lane in the highly regarded village of Michelmersh with nearby countryside views within 50 metres of the front door. The village, offers residents beautiful walks and a host of local amenities including a church, village hall, sports field and cricket club. Easy access to the market town of Romsey boasting a range of varied shopping outlets, public houses, restaurants and leisure facilities is available. The nearby cultural city of Winchester offers a more comprehensive range of amenities and the larger commercial centre of Southampton with its indoor shopping centre and excellent transport links is also easily reachable via major road links.

Agents Notes

This character home was a workers cottage for the estate dating back to 1840. The property features electric heating and is supplemented by the sizeable wood burner. There is a shared cess pit serving three cottages. The rateable value for the property is Band C


From Romsey take the Stockbridge Road turning right after the Bear and Ragged Staff public house into Mesh Road. The property can be found on the left denoted by our ‘For sale' board.

Arrange viewing 01794 278128

Charles Powell

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