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St Mary Bourne, Andover, Hampshire Sp11

2 bedrooms

An attractive detached modern cottage constructed using reclaimed materials, situated in the heart of this beautiful village within the North Wessex Downs and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Property Details


A modern detached cottage constructed using attractive reclaimed materials with brick, flint and part weatherboard elevations beneath a clay tiled roof.  The compact accommodation comprises an entrance hall with brick floor and cloaks cupboard, open plan living/dining room with doors opening onto a small private courtyard garden, well fitted kitchen with granite work surfaces and a bathroom on the ground floor.  To the first floor there are two bedrooms off a central landing.  The property has the benefit of LPG fired central heating.  


The property is situated on the outskirts of the village of St Mary Bourne, renowned for its many period houses and cottages and the surrounding undulating countryside.  The village has a primary school, doctor’s surgery, church, modern village hall, a Post Office and shop, as well as two public houses.  An excellent rail service to Waterloo is available from Whitchurch, about three miles distant.  The nearby towns of Andover (about five miles) and Newbury also offer fast mainline rail services to Waterloo and Paddington respectively, together with a comprehensive range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities.  The cathedral city of Winchester is approximately twenty minutes’ drive away.  The A34 and A303 roads and M3 and M4 motorways are all within easy reach.


Gravelled approach to side entrance.  Outside lantern style light.  Wood panelled door with high level leaded glazed panel leads into:

RECEPTION HALL  Exposed brick flooring.  Down lighter.  Radiator.  Latch door to cloaks cupboard with coat hooks, shelf and fuse box.  Radiator.  Ledged and braced latch doors to open plan living/dining room, kitchen and bathroom.

OPEN PLAN LIVING / DINING ROOM  Glazed doors and full height bow fronted window opening onto the courtyard garden.  Further full height glazed panel and full height bow window also overlooking the courtyard garden.  Two windows to front aspect.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Open tread spiral staircase rising to first floor.  Two radiators.  LED down lighters.

KITCHEN  Belfast sink unit with central mixer tap and granite drainer.  Range of high and low level cupboards and drawers incorporating open fronted plate racking with shelving above.  Polished granite work surfaces with similar upstand.  Integrated Vision stainless steel double oven and grill, with separate De Dietrich microwave oven, storage above and below.  Integrated day fridge.  Ceramic four ring halogen hob with extractor fan and light above.  Recess and plumbing for washing machine.  Brick/quarry tiled floor.  Window to front aspect.  LED down lighters.  Glow-Worm LPG wall hung boiler.  Wide opening beneath exposed beam overlooking the main living/dining room.

BATHROOM  White suite comprising P shaped bath with fully tiled surround, wall mounted shower and curved glass screen.  Pedestal wash hand basin.  Low level WC.  Part ceramic tiled walls.  Exposed brick floor.  High profile ceiling with Velux light to rear aspect and spot lights.  Chrome towel radiator.  


LANDING  Balustrade overlooking stairwell.  Wall light.  Ledged and braced latch doors into bedrooms.

BEDROOM ONE   (Double bedroom)  Dormer window to front aspect.  Double wardrobe cupboards with storage above.  Alcove.  Low level storage into eaves.  Ceiling light point.  Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO   (L-shaped)  Exposed purlin.  Low Velux light to rear aspect.  Window to side aspect.  Spot lights.  Radiator.


Narrow verge to the front of the property well stocked with flowers, plants and ornamental box topiary bushes.

Double gates from the village road given access onto:

COURTYARD GARDEN  Slate paved area.  Rustic pergola/veranda with thermos-plastic roof.  Raised flower border.  Exposed brick wall to one end with brick arch and inset slate feature.  Screened area for wheelie bins and calor gas cylinders.  The garden is well enclosed and enjoys a good deal of privacy.


Mains water, electricity and drainage.   Note: No household services or appliances have been tested and no guarantees can be given by Evans & Partridge.


From Stockbridge proceed in a northerly direction on the A3057 to Andover.  Once in the town, take the A343, passing under the railway bridge, proceed through Enham Alamein and continue down the hill into Hurstbourne Tarrant.  At the bottom of the hill turn right, continue through the village of Stoke and on to St Mary Bourne and the property will be round on the left hand side, shortly after passing the George Public House.

Tel.  01264 810702


1.  These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract.  All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of Evans & Partridge or the vendors or lessors.
2. All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.
3. No person in the employment of Evans & Partridge has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

Evans & Partridge is the trading name for Armstrong Partridge Limited (Company no. 10437262)
Registered in England at Agriculture House, High Street, Stockbridge SO20 6HF

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