For Sale in Over Wallop,
4 Suddern Cottages Salisbury Lane Over Wallop Andover SO20 8JJ
SHOWN AS IT WAS ON 21/09/2007 00:00:00   £ENQUIRE
A three bedroom mews style cottage, forming part of a converted barn situated in a courtyard development on the edge of the village. The internal accommodation has been significantly improved by the current owner whilst still retaining its character and charm. Comprising: Cloakroom, recently re-fitted Kitchen Breakfast Room, Dining Room, Sitting Room, Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, Two Further Bedrooms and Family Bathroom. Outside boasts a Cottage garden backing onto fields and Garage.

The Village
Over Wallop together with Nether Wallop and Middle Wallop make the Wallops of North Hampshire with the Wallop Brook running through each village. Local amenities include Church, Public House, Shop/Post Office with more comprehensive facilities in the nearby market town of Andover (approx 6 miles) and Cathedral Cities of Winchester and Salisbury. Good road and rail links provide access to the A303, M3 and the mainline railway to London Waterloo and the West Country can be accessed via Grateley Village Station (approx 2 miles) or Andover Station (approx 6 miles).

Accommodation Comprises:

Reception Hall 10’5 x 9’11
With full height double glazed window and door. Steps lead down to the inner hall way, turning staircase to first floor with under stairs storage cupboard, phone point, oak effect laminate flooring, door to dining room, kitchen and cloakroom

White suite comprising: low level WC, wash hand basin, extractor fan, oak effect laminate flooring

Kitchen 17’4 x 13’9
Recently re-fitted kitchen with two double glazed windows overlooking the front, variety of shaker style base and eye level units with contrasting oak work surfaces over, inset Belfast sink with single drainer, integrated dishwasher, space for electric oven with extractor over, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier, space for tall free standing fridge freezer, tiled surrounds, ceiling down lighting, boiler, ceramic tiled flooring

Dining Room 11’10 x 9’11
Double glazed window to rear with double glazed French Doors leading out onto a paved patio, ceiling spot lights, radiators, oak effect laminate flooring

Sitting Room 17’4 x 11’4
Double glazed window to rear with double glazed French Doors to paved patio, feature fireplace with coal effect gas fire and marble surround, alcoves to either side of the fireplace, one with built in shelving, TV point, radiator, oak effect laminate flooring

First Floor

Part galleried landing with inset ceiling spot-lights, access to loft via hatch, exposed ceiling beam, radiator, airing cupboard housing hot water tank with slatted shelving.

Master Bedroom 14’0 x 11’6
Double glazed window overlooking the cottage garden, exposed ceiling beam, built in walk in wardrobe with hanging rail, radiator, door to En-Suite Shower Room

En Suite Shower Room
Double glazed window to rear, white suite comprising: low level WC, hand basin, enclosed shower cubicle with Aqualisa shower and tiled surrounds, attractive white tongue and groove clad lower half walls, heated towel rail, wood effect laminate flooring

Bedroom Two 11’4 x 7’8
Double glazed window over looking the cottage garden, exposed beam, built in single wardrobe with shelving and hanging rail, radiator

Bedroom Three 9’10 x 10’2
Double glazed window overlooking the courtyard to the front, exposed beam, radiator

Double glazed obscure window to front, white suite comprising: panel enclosed bath with Aqualisa wall mounted shower unit above, low level WC, wash basin, part tiled walls, radiator


Rear Garden
The cottage garden to the rear is a particular feature of this property. Having been improved and well maintained by the current owner, the garden is accessed from French Doors leading out from both the Sitting Room and the Dining Room. A paved patio with ornate decorative brick and stone work leads to steps which in turn lead up onto the shaped lawn. The ornamental fish pond also has a water feature, and a pathway leads through a pergola to a gated access to the fields behind. A raised decking area has been added which makes an ideal seating area on long summer evenings. Adorned with maturing trees, shrubs, plants and flower beds adds privacy and seclusion to the garden.

The front the property is approached via a block paviour, leading to the Mediterranean style courtyard garden.

With wooden barn style doors situated within a block of two.

Mains Water, Electricity and Drainage are connected. Oil fired boiler for domestic hot water and heating.

Agents Note
There is a residents Association with an annual maintenance charge to cover communal lighting, outside water tap, and the emptying of the septic tank which is approximately £100.00 per annum.

Local Authority
Test Valley Borough Council: Band E

Take the A343 out of Andover towards Salisbury and continue past the Museum of Army Flying. Continue through the next crossroads and at the top of the hill turn right along Salisbury Lane. Suddern Cottages will then be found after a short distance on the left hand side.


Sell your home with one of the areas most successful Estate Agents in Andover and surrounding Villages. Specialising in village property, we offer very competitive fees for all houses around Andover, Hampshire.
Quality homes always required from £200,000 to £3,000,000.
Book a FREE VALUATION here now.