West Wellow

£850,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Cambria is a substantial four bedroom character home, screened from the roadside, having been significantly extended and improved by our clients to create exceptional accommodation, combining contemporary and period styling.

Introduction

The property is set within mature grounds extending to 2.7 acres offering equine potential. Believed to date back to 1924, Cambria enjoys an overwhelming feeling of light and space due to many dual aspect rooms, typified by the extensive open plan kitchen/ dining/ family room with four sets of tri folding doors and a roof lantern. This is accompanied by well-proportioned bedrooms with two featuring luxury ensuite rooms with Mira showers and an exquisite traditional style family bathroom. Energy efficient improvements include a new heating system, electrics and new sewage treatment plant. The grounds feature formal gardens with an impressive patio terrace, ideal for summer family and friend gatherings, a juvenile orchard and field with the added benefit of a permitted static mobile home currently used as home office. Ideally positioned to enjoy both privacy with the convenience of excellent commuter access, Cambria combines elegant and spacious modern living creating a stunning yet practical family home.

Description

Upon entering it is immediately apparent the significant investment undertaken to modernise this home with sensitivity to the buildings heritage. A solid oak door opens into the vaulted entrance porch and hallway, bright and airy, with hardwood flooring flowing through to the principal rooms and hosting the staircase. The kitchen living family room is the undoubted central hub of the home and an exceptional space, open plan in styling, wonderfully lit via four sets of tri folding patio doors and impressive roof lantern. The kitchen is beautifully styled with a range of contemporary handleless cream eye and base level units with stunning reclaimed oiled teak work tops, centred upon a stylish island with breakfast bar and further storage below. There is an integrated dishwasher with space for a larder style fridge and freezer, range style oven, supplemented by the enviable walk in pantry accessed via a concealed door. The family dining area is vast, able to accommodate a sizeable dining suite in addition to sofas with double doors leading into the sitting room. There are recessed LED down lighting, ceiling speakers and contemporary floor to ceiling radiators. The kitchen is supplemented by a large laundry room with further worktops and plumbing for appliances with a wooden door to the side aspect and further door into a contemporary Jack and Jill shower room with double shower cubicle and Mira shower also accessing the ground floor bedroom. The sitting room enjoys a dual aspect and feature French doors to the garden and a feature corner Jotel wood burner upon a granite hearth. In addition a separate snug/study hosts an original feature fireplace with stunning over mantel and inset wood burning stove. Bedroom four on the ground floor also features French doors to the patio terrace whilst enjoying an array of fitted wardrobes served by the Jack and Jill shower room.

A staircase leads to the spacious landing, hosting a linen cupboard, access to the three bedrooms and the character family bathroom suite, fitted with a double shower cubicle, Mira shower and four piece heritage style suite with stylish pedestal wash hand basin, roll top bath with claw feet, W/C and chrome heated towel rail.

The master bedroom is wholly impressive also with a dual aspect providing stunning views over the extensive grounds and countryside beyond. There is a separate dressing area room with fitted wardrobes and ensuite shower room with comparable suite. There are two further bedrooms both double in size with one enjoying an original fireplace and fitted wardrobes.

Outside

The property is enclosed by attractive acoustic closed board fencing with separate access to the paddock area allowing it to be easily divided off and rented out if so desired. There is a substantial gravel driveway providing generous parking and turning space with ample room for a garage. There is a substantial raised patio terrace which is an ideal entertaining space with steps down into the gardens. The 2.7 acres is divided into formal gardens and paddock style areas but would need further work for equine use. There is a sizeable static mobile home in need of modernisation which has been utilised as an excellent storage area and office.

Location

This stunning home is situated within the heart of the very popular village of West Wellow, on the fringes of the New Forest National Park providing miles of unrestricted countryside and commonland. Enjoying a friendly community spirit, the village also benefits from a host of exceptional amenities including a local post office, well regarded primary school, pharmacy, butchers, hairdressers, public house and ample recreational facilities. Excellent access is available via the nearby A36 to the cathedral city of Salisbury and commercial centre of Southampton.

Agent Note

The property benefits from full gas central heating, newly installed sewage treatment plant and double glazing throughout. There is separate access to the paddock via a five bar gate providing potential to rent out the paddocks separately. The rateable value is Band D.

Directions

From the Ower roundabout take the A36 towards Salisbury. After passing Black Hill Road the property can be found on the right hand side denoted by our ‘For Sale' sign.

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Charles Powell

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

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