Pineleigh, Rockbourne Road, Sandleheath, Fordingbridge, Hampshire SP6 1QF

An attractive detached Edwardian house with many original features & enjoying a semi rural location on edge of

sought after village. Hall, cloakroom/WC, sitting room, dining room, fitted kitchen, utility/workshop, conservatory, 3

good bedrooms, study/bedroom 4, bathroom & separate WC.

Gas central heating. Double glazing.

Garage & outbuildings. Large garden - in all about 0.3 acre.

Guide: Guide: £450,000 £450,000 Freehold


Early Early vacant vacant possession possession offered offered—No offered offered No forward chain chain. chain

Viewing: By appointment through above sole agents

8-10 Bridge Street Fordingbridge Hampshire SP6 1AH

Tel: 01425 655333 Fax: 01425 655522 E-Mail:

Misrepresentation Act 1967—These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed. They do not constitute an offer or contract. All measurements are given as a guide only. These particulars are

issued on the understanding that all negotiations are carried out through Adrian Dowding.




Council Council Tax Tax Tax Band Band: Band F Rates payable 2013/2014 £2,057.91

Services: Services: Services: Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Telephone connected (transfer subject to BT regulations).

Energy Performance rating: Band E.

Location: Location: The property enjoys an attractive semi rural location on the edge of the popular village of Sandleheath.

To To locate: locate: From our offices in Fordingbridge, proceed to Sandleheath (approximately one-and-half miles). At the crossroads, turn right

and the property will be found on the left hand side.

The village of Sandleheath has a post office and general stores with further shopping facilities available in nearby Fordingbridge where

there are also a number of banks, a building society, public library and the Burgate Secondary School and Sixth Form Centre.

There is infant & junior schooling at Western Downland with centres at nearby Damerham & Rockbourne respectively.

The village lies to the west of the New Forest National Park , the boundary lying some I mile to the east of Fordingbridge.

Salisbury is about 11 miles to the north where there is a mainline rail station to London Waterloo. The M27 junction 1 is some 11 miles

via the B3078 from Fordingbridge.

The property comprises an imposing detached house built in 1910 with elevations of part brick, part pebble dash render under a slate

clad roof. The current owners who are keen gardeners and have created an attractive and productive garden and have been in

occupation for some 37 years. The property retains many original characteristics of the period but have in recent times a number of

improvements including a re-fitted kitchen & installation of a gas fired Stanley range have been added. The property has also received

cavity wall insulation.



Enclosed Enclosed Enclosed & & & glazed glazed entrance entrance porch: porch: Door to -

Hall: Hall: Double radiator. Stairs to first floor. Telephone point.

Sitting Sitting room: room: 15` 4” into bay window x 12` 0” (4.68m x 3.66m).

South & west aspect. Radiator. Built in display cabinet & low

level cupboard. Period fireplace with decorative tile slips, wrought

iron surround & pine over mantle. Glazed door to dining room.

Inner Inner hall: hall: Wood block floor. Double glazed door to rear porch &


Cloakroom: Cloakroom: WC & wash basin.

Dining Dining room: room: 13` 2” x 11` 10” (4.02m x 3.61m). Double radiator.

Period fireplace with glazed tile slips & hearth & oak surround.

Built in glazed display cabinet.

Kitchen: Kitchen: Kitchen: 11` 3” x 11` 6” (3.44m x 3.56m). Quarry tiled floor. Fitted

laminate work tops, white finish base cupboards & drawers

matching wall cupboards. Inset stainless steel single drainer sink,

4 burner gas hob, Stanley gas fired range for central heating &

domestic hot water. Tiled up stand. Down lights. Plumbing for

washing machine.

Workshop/store: Workshop/store: 12` 0” x 10` 0” (3.66m x 3.05m). A lean to

structure with light & power. Door to garden.

Conservatory: Conservatory: (with access from Kitchen): 11` 3” x 7` 0”

(3.44m x 2.14m). Double glazed unit construction on brick plinth.

Polycarbonate roof. Sliding door to garden.

First First floor floor—Landing.

floor Landing.

Bedroom Bedroom 1 1 : : 13` 2” x 13` 2” (4.02m x 4.02m). South & west

aspect. Radiator.

Bedroom Bedroom 2: 2: 13` 0” x 11` 4” (3.97m x 3.46m). Double radiator.

Register grate.

Bedroom Bedroom 4/Study: 4/Study: 6` 4” x 6` 0” (1.93m x 1.83m). Radiator.

Fully Fully tiled tiled Bathroom: Bathroom: Bathroom: Bath with electric shower over. Wash basin.

Double radiator. Extractor.

Separate Separate WC.




The property is accessed from Rockbourne Road where there is

a wicket gate providing access to a gravelled path leading to the

front & rear doors.

A separate farm gate leads into the drive & access to the Timber Timber

constructed constructed garage, garage, parking area & cultivated garden area which

has raised raised nursery nursery beds, beds, wood wood shed, shed, two two greenhouses greenhouses & & a a poly

tunnel. tunnel.


The formal garden is located on the south & west side of the

house . This is laid to lawn, well stocked herbaceous beds,

ornamental fish pond & specimen shrubs. There is also a

planted with shingle area which provides textural contrast, an

arbour with climbing clematis & a paved seating area.

At the rear of the house is a triple insulated, steel framed

poly tunnel 33` 0” x 13` 0” containing an above ground

SWIMMING POOL 21` 0” x 9` 0” with electric heating

supplemented by solar panels.

In all the plot extends to about 0.3 acre.

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