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  • Reception/study hall
  • Cloakroom, staircase hall
  • Sitting room/dining room
  • Kitchen
  • 3 bedrooms, bathroom
  • Utility cupboard
  • Period outbuilding/garage/workshop
  • Loft storage, room over
  • Summerhouse, Pretty courtyard gardens


A fascinating Listed late 18th century village house lying in the Conservation Area in the heart of this sought-after Test Valley village The house fronts the High Street in the Conservation area in the centre of the village of Broughton which lies to the western side of the Test Valley, south of the A30 between Stockbridge and Salisbury. The village has excellent amenities including a village shop/post office, church, two public houses, Doctors' surgery and school. Close by for everyday facilities is the pretty small Georgian town of Stockbridge and the cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury are both within easy driving distance. Mainline communications in the area are excellent for London with stations at Andover and Winchester and access on to the A303 to the north which links with the M3 and A34 north to the M4. A row of cottages formerly maltings, dating from the late 18th century and early 19th century. The house has mellow brick elevations, planked front door under a wide flat hood, above which are half glazed double doors, originally a loading bay. The remaining windows are UPVC double glazed all under a clay tiled roof and the garden side of the house facing east is stuccoed and colour washed. The front door opens into a reception hall with parquet flooring which has been used as a study or dining room. There is a rear staircase hall with double doors to a vestibule, the garden and cloakroom. The L-shaped sitting room/dining room has a working fireplace and double doors to the terrace, and off this room is a fitted kitchen. On the first floor is the principal bedroom with cupboards. There is a single bedroom currently used as a study, the bathroom has an airing cupboard and a utility cupboard. On the second floor is a further double bedroom with vaulted ceiling, basin and a low beam forms part of the quirkiness of this delightful room. Concealed behind The Old Malthouse is a very pretty courtyard garden with herringbone brick paviours. There is a summerhouse, well stocked raised beds and a right of way leading out to the High Street. Opposite The Old Malthouse there is a period outbuilding. The property owns the right hand side comprising a garage/workshop and a staircase leads up to a first floor storage room.