Prices from £995,000 - £1,100,000
Two exceptional new houses designed with contemporary flair and imagination together with highly efficient insulation and eco-friendly credentials.
Nestling in a quiet location on the fringe of Stockbridge, these houses are well placed for those who enjoy a peaceful environment yet who want to be within just a few steps of the delightful range of local amenities in this traditional small market town.
Versatile accommodation with interesting layouts arranged as three or four bedrooms.
The houses have appealing architecture with feature glazing making a strong statement outside with the rooms benefitting from plenty of natural light inside. Contemporary flair is complemented by exquisite flint panels and Michelmersh bricks which suggest a nod to locally sourced material and traditional character.
The west facing gardens will be landscaped and access to the houses will be over a new driveway created which will cross over a pretty stream and wind round to garaging and parking for each home.
Bedrooms: 3 bedroom homes
Location: Fringe of Stockbridge
Travel links: Well located for easy access to Winchester (12 miles). A wider range of facilities can be found in Winchester to the east or Romsey to the south. Winchester’s main line railway station offers a fast and regular service to London Waterloo (50-60 minutes) and Andover offers similar.
Parking: Both plots have parking and a single garage
Developer: Premier Homes (Southern) Ltd
Architect: Sherlock Boswell
Development: 2 homes
Development address: Nelson House and Hamilton House, Trafalgar Way, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 6ET
Local Authority: Test Valley Borough Council
Building Warranty: 10 Year warranty
Completion: May 2016
Amenities: Residents within this friendly community take advantage of the choice of coffee shops, specialist boutiques, art galleries, traditional butcher, convenience store and places to meet friends for informal lunches and smart suppers.
Stockbridge is well placed for access to the cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury as well as lovely local villages and miles of countryside to be explored as well as riverside walks starting from the centre of the town and over water meadows.