West Wellow

£650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Discreetly tucked away in this idyllic haven, enjoying the most secluded and picturesque of settings, is this delightful period cottage.

Owners Comments

Developing West Winds has been a labour of love over the past 40 years. It has been a place of peace and refuge for our family to grow up in and many people have felt its special touch, either passing through or staying, sometimes living with us for some months.

It will be a tremendous wrench to leave this beautiful corner but it is time to pass on the legacy for another family to enjoy and bask in as we have done for so many years. West Winds is a place to lift the spirits and make one smile.

Introduction

Built in 1937 and offering the most stunning views to every aspect this charming home is situated in the popular village of West Wellow benefitting from both privacy and excellent commuter access whilst being within walking distance of a range of local village amenities. Such is the privacy of its location that even locals are unaware of West Winds. The established country gardens extend to 3/4 acre and are designed to appreciate the setting and can be enjoyed as low maintenance woodland garden with minimal effort required or could occupy the most avid of gardeners. The property backs onto private attractive woodland affording exquisite views from the cottage, coupled with a beautiful sunny garden, ample parking and a large detached double garage. The cottage has been delightfully upgraded with the comforts of modern living yet still retains much of its intrinsic charm including high ceilings and an open fire.

Description

A hardwood door opens to the entrance porch which serves as a useful storage space and provides access to the downstairs shower room. The kitchen breakfast room is in keeping with cottage style units, well presented with complementary wooden worktops. There are integrated appliances including four ring electric hobs and double oven with French doors opening to the conservatory which overlooks the idyllic rear garden. The sitting room is a delight featuring an exposed brick fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove and lead light windows and is of good proportions with a dual aspect. The dining room features original wood panelling and an open fire. There is a downstairs bedroom could easily be utilised as a snug or study.

The landing is light and bright enjoying views to the garden and provides access to the loft space. The master bedroom is well proportioned with double wardrobe and ample room for a double bed. There are two further bedrooms enjoying much natural light and are served by the well fitted modern family bathroom comprising a bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level W/C.

Outside

The property is approached via an unmade track around 200 yards from the A36 through double wrought iron gates to a large gravelled area with parking for several cars. There is a detached double garage which is equipped with power and lighting. The front garden is enclosed by an established hedgerow with the front elevation adorned in Wisteria. The rear gardens are delightful and secluded enjoying a woodland setting with the generous lawns studded with Scotts Pines, Beech trees and interspersed by a variety of Rhododendrons. The garden flowers with seasonal colour throughout the year. There is an attractive summer house and a large timber store for garden machinery.

Location

Tucked away from the main thoroughfare at the conclusion of a 200 metre forest track the property is situated in the popular village of West Wellow which enjoys a rural feel benefitting from stunning open countryside and farmland whilst offering ideal commuter links, within easy reach of the M27 and A36 road networks. There is excellent local schooling for all ages both in the state and private sector with a wealth of recreational facilities. Wellow is well served with traditional village amenities including a post office, convenience store, choice of butchers, pharmacy and public house. The market town of Romsey is also within a short distance providing a more extensive range of amenities. The nearby glorious New Forest National Park offers a wealth of outdoor activities and places of natural beauty to visit and explore.

Agents Notes

The property is served by oil fired central heating, private drainage via a septic tank and has double glazing. The rateable value for the property is Band E

Directions

From our office in West Wellow, proceed along the A36 south and after 400 metres on the left the is the track denoted by the sea mine painted with the instruction to ‘Mind out‘. Take this track and after 200 metres the property can be found on the left hand side.

Arrange viewing 01794 278128

Charles Powell

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

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