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Edge of village house, first class versatile accommodation, outbuildings, land and long views over the adjoining countryside NO FORWARD CHAIN The house is situated at the northern end of the village of Broughton, one of the most sought-after villages in the Test Valley, south of the A30 between Stockbridge and Salisbury. It is an individual village house built about twenty years ago of mellow brick, inset small pane double glazed windows under a hipped, tiled and dormered roof. The house adjoins and overlooks undulating countryside, broken up with shelter belts and hedging, and has views of the Wallop Brook in a neighbouring field and the bridge. The accommodation is extremely well proportioned, has great versality in its use between the number of reception rooms and bedrooms. There is a suite on the ground floor ideal for an elderly relative, and the majority of the rooms have long views over the adjoining countryside. Please see floor plans for the accommodation. The village has excellent amenities including a community shop, 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. The house is approached by a long private driveway which continues to a block paved section in front of the house and it also leads up to the barn. Built in 2002/03, the 4-bay barn has weather boarded elevations under a hipped tiled roof. Three bays are enclosed with double doors, perfect for garaging/workshop and stairs lead up to a vaulted first floor room over with four velux windows. Subject to planning it would be perfect as ancillary accommodation or a home office. Adjoining is a 3-bay pole barn currently used for the storage of agricultural machinery. The mature grounds are principally lawned part of which could be used to create a paddock. Close to the house and partly sheltered by a magnificent broad leaf tree there is a strategically placed circular terrace perfect for alfresco dining looking up the valley. On the upper garden is another sitting area and steps up a ballustraded balcony off the first floor sitting room. There are shrub and herbaceous borders, timber garden tool shed, vegetable garden and greenhouse. There is also an orchard. The gardens adjoin and overlook open countryside and the valley beyond. In all about 1.75 acres. Agents Note: a further acre may be available by separate negotiation.