Wildhern, Andover

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
A 19th Century former chapel sensitively converted with a wealth of history.


Andover 3.7 miles Winchester 20.4 miles Basingstoke 26.7 miles Newbury 14.4 miles Marlborough 19.6 miles

Wildhern is a picturesque village on the North side of Andover with a thriving village hall and playing field with play park and tennis court. Hatherden which is less than a mile away has a church and public house. Andover offers a good range of shopping and recreational facilities including a theatre, cinema and new leisure centre. Mainline railway station providing fast services to London Waterloo (in about an hour).

The nearby village of Stockbridge offers a selection of independent boutiques and grocery shops including a range of eateries. The Cathedral cities of Winchester and

Salisbury are increasingly popular as well as the town of Marlborough. All of which include amenities and activities which can be much enjoyed.

There are many rural walks on the doorstep and a selection of local pubs within a 10 minute drive from the property.


The Former Methodist Chapel was built in 1880. Considered to be a Heritage

Asset to the village of Wildhern and situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

An attractive ecclesiastical building combining pared back modern architecture with wonderful tactile materials and original beams. The wooden flooring has been lovingly restored and benefits from underfloor heating.

A Howdens shaker kitchen with brushed stainless steel handles offers a functional space including a Neff oven, Lamona induction hob, integrated dishwasher, washing machine & fridge/ freezer. Solid oak worktops and a butlers sink.

An impressive oak staircase leads to the first floor and includes a spacious storage

cupboard beneath. The main bedroom and office/ bedroom two are fully carpeted. The

bathrooms are stylish and well laid out. The landing could suit as a study or reading area.

A wonderfully airy and light property, whilst simultaneously intimate and warm.

Areas of exposed flint pay homage to the history of the building and highlight the

sympathetic renovation work. The soaring double height living area, with its large

clerestory double glazing, is both the focal point and a celebration of the buildings

original purpose.

The gravel driveway provides parking for two cars, a paved pathway leads to the rear

terrace area. Mature hedges surround the property.


Ground Floor - Porch, Kitchen/ Breakfast / Living room, Under-stairs Cupboard,Cloakroom with shower, Spare bedroom

First Floor - Landing/ study space, Main Bedroom with En-suite (shower & bath), Loft storage cupboard

Outside - Off road parking, Terrace

01722 238120

Myddelton & Major

49 High Street, Salisbury

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