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  • Bedrooms: 4

Occupying an enviable position upon a quiet country track of three dwellings overlooking private paddock land to the fore is this recently modernised home fusing contemporary living within a traditional styling. Sandiacre offers extremely versatile accommodation, beautifully finished, centred around a wholly impressive open plan living kitchen room. This features under floor heating and is flooded with light due to glazed folding doors and roof lantern with the kitchen area with quartz worktops and quality fitted appliances. Grey coloured Karndean flooring and oak doors flow from the hallway to the spacious reception room enjoying access and views over the sizeable gardens. There are potentially five bedrooms available with two on the first floor featuring luxury ensuite facilities and three on the ground floor which can be versatile in their usage. Within the three bathrooms are luxurious sanitary ware with Bado fittings and en vogue grey tiling. In addition to the high specification fittings, the property has also been constructed with energy efficiency in mind including LED lighting new heating system including underfloor heating. The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn offering a high degree of privacy and seclusion whilst to the fore is a gravel driveway offering generous vehicular parking.


A traditional oak porch leads to the stylish contemporary UPVC front door with obscured glazed side panel. The entrance hall is of good size enjoying attractive oak finishes to the doors, grey coloured Karndean flooring and the staircase. There is useful understairs storage and a luxurious downstairs bathroom hosting a matching white suite grey coloured tiling and contemporary sanitary ware with Bado fittings, typical throughout the bathroom suites. The kitchen dining living room is open plan and the stylish hub of the home enjoying quintet folding doors to the garden and generous space for both living and dining furniture. The kitchen area is fitted with an extensive range of grey coloured eye and base level units, large pan and bin drawers and tall cupboards. There are also ample quartz worktops and integrated appliances including eye level Neff slide and hide oven and combi oven, and Lamona five ring induction hob with cooker hood, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The kitchen is supplemented by a utility room which hosts further worktops, plumbing and storage and a side door to the garden. The dining area can host a large dining suite and is lit by a large roof lantern whilst the sitting room is centred upon a wood burning stove and two floor to ceiling windows.

The first floor has been well designed to provide bright and light living spaces cleverly supplemented by a velux skylight which is remotely controlled. The landing features a large useful storage cupboard accessed via double doors. The master bedroom enjoys views over the paddock land and features an ensuite shower room comprising a double shower cubicle, feature vanity unit, concealed cistern WC and chrome heated towel rail. The guest bedroom also benefits from an ensuite shower room in a similar finish.


The property is approached via an unmade track accessing three properties. The five bar gate access the gravel frontage with parking and turning for several vehicles and is enclosed by rustic post and rail fencing. There is dual gated side access to the private sunny rear gardens which are principally laid to lawn with a large porcelain flagstone patio adjoining the house.


The village of Alderbury incorporating Whaddon lies on the southern outskirts of the medieval city of Salisbury near the New Forest National Park. Alderbury and Whaddon enjoy a friendly, sociable community with a range of local amenities including a village shop, Post Office, recreation area, public houses and village primary school. Its proximity to the New Forest National Park offers idyllic dog walking, cycling and wonderful scenery. Although in a delightful semi rural location, Alderbury and Whaddon are ideally positioned for commuting, with easy access to Salisbury, Southampton and via the New Forest to Bournemouth.

Agents Notes

The property is served by gas central heating via a new Worcester Bosch boiler and mains drainage. The ground floor features underfloor heating to the kitchen living room with radiators elsewhere. The rateable value is Band D but is likely to be reviewed upon sale.


From Salisbury take the A36 south towards Southampton. After approximately two miles where the dual carriage way commences take the next right hand turning signposted towards Alderbury and Whaddon on the Clarendon Road. Proceed from approximately 3 miles and the property can be found on the right and side denoted by our ‘For Sale' board.

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Charles Powell

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