Reception Rooms: 3
A period home of considerable character, set on a wonderful, secluded plot. Soldridge House is one of the oldest homes in the area having been built circa 1820, with a sympathetic extension added more recently. The house is surrounded by beautiful lawned grounds with mature trees and hedging. The original house has elegantly proportioned rooms, with period features including sash windows, high ceilings and skirtings.
The house is approached via a gravelled driveway. A path leads to the front door, which opens to a long entrance hall. A door to the left opens to the sitting room, which has a fireplace and family room, with windows to front and rear. Off the entrance hall is the dining room, with a window overlooking the front garden. To the rear of the dining room is the kitchen, which has a range of fitted storage units and worktops. A rear extension houses a utility room, a cloakroom doubling as a shower/wet room, and a walk-in pantry.
From the dining room, a door leads through to the large family room/office extension. There is a rear lobby to the garden and stairs to the first floor, where there is a well-proportioned bedroom and a bathroom with separate shower.
The first floor landing in the original house has doors to the other bedrooms. The principal bedroom has a window to the front and an en-suite bathroom. Bedroom two has a range of wardrobes and a view of the garden. Bedroom three is at the rear of the house, whilst bedroom four is at the front with the family bathroom in between. There is a substantial loft space offering scope for conversion to additional accommodation.
The house sits within attractive gardens of 1.09 acres, which wrap around the property giving it a good deal of privacy and seclusion. The garden is laid to lawn with a good selection of trees and shrubs. Within the grounds is a lawn, which is used for tennis and a studio/shed measuring 7.0 x 3.7 metres, with light and power. The large double garage has a large store room to the rear.
Soldridge Road is a beautiful semi-rural location on the edge of the popular village of Medstead, which is known for having an active community with a good number of clubs and societies, a village hall, church, shop and post office and a primary school. Nearby Four Marks, has additional shopping facilities. The market town of Alton, has a Waitrose, an M&S food store and Sainsburys, along with other shops and facilities. There is good road access to London, the M25 and beyond via the A31, which runs through the village. There is direct mainline rail access to London from Alton, with Heathrow/Gatwick airports an hour away and Southampton airport about half an hour away.
SITTING ROOM 25′ 3" x 12′ 1" max (7.71m x 3.69m)
DINING ROOM 12′ 9" x 12′ 1" (3.90m x 3.70m)
FAMILY ROOM/OFFICE 24′ 6" x 14′ 9" (7.47m x 4.51m)
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 12′ 0" x 11′ 10" (3.66m x 3.62m)
UTILITY ROOM 9′ 6" x 8′ 8" (2.91m x 2.66m)
CLOAK/SHOWER ROOM 7′ 2" x 5′ 9" (2.20m x 1.77m)
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
BEDROOM ONE 12′ 10" x 11′ 6" (3.93m x 3.52m)
ENSUITE 7′ 1" x 5′ 10" (2.18m x 1.79m)
BEDROOM TWO 11′ 10" x 10′ 1" (3.63m x 3.08m)
BEDROOM THREE 10′ 0" x 8′ 6" (3.06m x 2.60m)
BEDROOM FOUR 9′ 6" x 9′ 4" (2.91m x 2.86m)
BATHROOM 6′ 5" x 6′ 2" (1.96m x 1.90m)
BEDROOM FIVE 14′ 9" x 14′ 7" (4.50m x 4.46m)
BATHROOM 11′ 1" x 6′ 2" (3.40m x 1.88m)
DOUBLE GARAGE 19′ 0" x 19′ 0" (5.80m x 5.80m)
GARDEN STUDIO 23′ 3" x 12′ 3" (7.09m x 3.75m)
SERVICES Mains gas, electricity and water are connected. Private drainage system.
LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION East Hampshire District Council
Council Tax Band: G