Guide price £400,000
A charming semi-detached cottage, situated in the heart of one of the prettiest villages in the Test Valley The village of Wherwell is one of Hampshire's most photographed villages owing to its rows of very pretty timber framed thatched cottages. The village lies in the Test Valley south of Harewood Forest and Andover and north of Stockbridge and is well located for road and rail communications with access to the A303 trunk road just to the north which links with the M3 in the east or A34 northwards towards Newbury and the M4. The town of Andover has a comprehensive shopping centre and a mainline station to London on the Waterloo line, journey time approximately 65 minutes. Village amenities include a The White Lion public house, St Peter and Holy Cross church, primary school, hair salon, variety of sports teams, playing field and Wherwell is renowned for its fly fishing on the famous River Test, along with many pretty riverside walks. The cottage is a charming attached village cottage which forms part of an exclusive small development built in 2007 and quietly situated in the heart of the village. The house has rendered and colour washed elevations, inset double glazed sash windows under a pitched slate roof. The accommodation is well designed, has a great deal of character, the rooms are light and laid out over two floors. The front door opens into an entrance vestibule, oak floor, stairs to the first floor. The sitting room has a gas (LPG) coal effect fire and oak floor, door leads through to the kitchen/dining room, range of fitted units, laminated worktops, appliances include stainless steel sink, gas (LPG) hob, oven under, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, wall mounted Vokera LPG boiler. French doors lead out to a small terrace and the gardens. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, the main bedroom has an adjoining shower room and built in wardrobe cupboard. There is also a separate family bathroom. Outside There is a partly walled garden directly behind the house, it has a terrace, lawn, flowering shrubs and climbers. A gravel driveway gives access under an archway adjoining the neighbouring house, No.2. This leads round to a four-bay open fronted barn style garage, the property owns the right hand end bay.
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