West Wellow

£665,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Occupying a corner plot in a popular location within the heart of West Wellow and its varied amenities is this substantial detached home offering comfortable family living.

Owners Comments

“Bell House has suited us so well because of its perfect location in the heart of the village. We enjoy being within walking distance of our butcher, newsagent and local store yet five minutes drive to the motorway or New Forest.”

“The house is so light and comfortable with a large sitting room, dining room and garden room which is perfect for entertaining as well as appreciating the low maintenance garden.”

Introduction

The accommodation comprises versatile reception rooms accompanied by an attractive conservatory and four bedrooms with an ensuite to the master. Bell House is ideally positioned for schooling, varied local shops, recreational activities and public transport. The property is well screened from the road with access via double automated gates to the generous driveway and landscaped gardens. Easy commuter access is available via the nearby A36 whilst the area is renowned for its quintessential English countryside, on the fringes of the New Forest National Park.

Description

A half glazed door opens into a large entrance hall hosting a useful cloaks cupboard, cloakroom and internal personal door to the garage with access to the principal rooms which include a light dual aspect sitting room featuring a coal effect gas fire and kitchen dining room, a sociable venue leading onto the conservatory. The kitchen area is equipped with a range of matching duck egg coloured eye and base level oak units incorporating two carousel units, a pantry drawer and pan drawers with extensive wooden worktops over feature tile flooring. Integrated appliances include a Rangemaster oven, Bosch dishwasher with an extractor hood and the dining area can accommodate a substantial dining table and chairs. The kitchen is supplemented by a small utility with further storage available. The ground floor accommodation is complemented by a stunning conservatory with under floor heating and reverse air conditioning unit ensure all year round usage.

Stairs lead to the attractive first floor landing which also hosts loft access and an airing cupboard. The master suite is impressive with ample storage space and ensuite shower room. Bedrooms two and three are double in size with bedroom four currently utilised as a study. The bedrooms are served by the family bathroom.

Outside

Wooden double automated gates open onto a paved drive with parking for several vehicles fronting the garage with up and over doors, power and light. The house is well screened by six foot fencing. The rear garden is fully enclosed, of good dimensions due to the corner plot and predominantly laid to lawn with a large decking area to the rear.

Location

Bell House is conveniently located in the heart of the village of West Wellow which enjoys a strong community spirit and excellent access to Salisbury and the M27 via the nearby A36. The desirable village of Wellow is host to a variety of amenities including a pharmacy, butchers, newsagent and public house. It is also well provided for in sporting facilities with a local tennis club, golf course and cricket ground, whilst enjoying the close proximity of the historic New Forest. There is highly regarded schooling, both state and private in the area in addition to the popular primary school which is within walking distance.

Agents Notes

The property is fully double glazed, offers gas central heating via boiler installed in 2016 and mains drainage. The rateable value for the property is Band F

Directions

From our offices follow the A36 towards Salisbury taking the third exit at the Wellow roundabout into Lower Common Road. Bell House can be found on your right hand side on the corner of The Drove.

Arrange viewing 01794 278128

Charles Powell

Suite 14d, Chatmohr Estate, Crawley Hill, West Wellow, Romsey, Hampshire

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