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The Old Thatch is an exceptional Grade II listed detached period property situated in the heart of Nether Wallop. The property is believed to date back to the 16th century with original features and wooden windows, and is featured in many of the earliest photographs taken in Nether Wallop.
A feature of the property is its traditional Hampshire thatch, completely rethatched in Spring 2015 as well as exterior repainted at the same time. The Old Thatch is set amongst a beautiful cottage garden overlooking the Wallop Brook and the Village Square.
The ground and first floor have been substantially renovated, providing superb reception space with a drawing room, dining room and conservatory. The Kitchen/Breakfast room boasts handmade wooden wall and base units with a feature French Lacanche range cooker and Italian slate flooring. Upstairs the property benefits from four bedrooms (with one en-suite cloakroom) and a family bathroom – the fourth bedroom is accessed via bedroom 3 or the bathroom.
The property benefits from a gorgeous outlook of the cottage garden bordering the Wallop Brook. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with extensive flower borders with mature shrubs, roses, flowers and trees. There is a single garage, which is approached via gravel driveway. A gate leads through to the traditional cottage garden overlooking the brook. There is also a garden shed, a substantial wood store and a concealed oil tank.
The Old Thatch is set in the heart of this delightful Test Valley village, in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty with open countryside, footpaths and bridleways. The surrounding countryside gives sporting opportunities of fishing on the Test and Itchen, shooting, riding and hunting. Golf courses can be found at Andover and Winchester.
There are good local amenities including a Saxon church, public houses, primary school, post office and wine shop. Over Wallop features a well-stocked village shop and post office and Stockbridge (5 miles) providing a good selection of every day facilities. The cathedral cities of Salisbury (15 miles) and Winchester (15 miles) provide more extensive cultural and educational amenities.
The area is served well by a variety of independent schools at Leaden Hall & Godolphin (girls’ schools), Salisbury Cathedral School and Chafyn Grove. The village of Nether Wallop and Broughton both have exceptional state schools. Train services run to London from Grateley (1hr 20 min) or Salisbury (1hr 30min) approximately.
Master bedroom with en-suite
Off road parking
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