Oliver Chandler Estate Agents in Salisbury

Stock Lane, Salisbury

Guide price £650,000

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About the property

***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Occupying a generous plot with neighbouring fields is this characterful three-bedroom detached cottage. The property offers a range of versatile accommodation on the ground floor, this comprises a sitting room and reception room, both with charming, exposed timber beams above, a farmhouse-style kitchen with adjoining dining room, and a contemporary shower room. Both the sitting room and reception room are home to charming fireplaces, one of which housing a cast iron stove. Upstairs there are three well-proportioned bedrooms, with bedrooms one and two boasting built-in wardrobe and extended scenic views. Externally, the property sits within a beautiful verdant plot which is accessed via a split five-bar gate to the driveway which leads up to the single detached garage. Adjacent is a front lawn with a variety of flora at its perimeter. To the rear, the door from the dining room opens to an introductory patio. This is set before the lovely rear garden comprising rockery areas, vegetable patches, and flower beds. There is also a greenhouse and a garden shed for practical storage.


From Salisbury, head east from College Roundabout onto Southampton Road (A36) and continue for approximately nine miles before turning left onto Stock Lane. Continue for half-a-mile before turning right to continue on Stock Lane where the property will be on the left-hand side after half-a-mile.

Sitting Room

The front door opens to an introductory entrance porch. Secondary door flows into the carpeted sitting room with window to the side. Offers a central fireplace set on a red-brick hearth, exposed timber beams above, and access to the kitchen.


Tiled flooring with window to the rear aspect. Offers a range of high and low cabinet units with adjoining granite worktops incorporating a one-and-a-quarter stainless-steel sink basin with drainer unit. Offers an integrated oven with four-ring electric hob and extractor hood above. Offers space for a full-height fridge/freezer, and flows through to the dining room, as well a giving access to the inner hallway.

Dining Room

Carpeted reception room with window to the front aspect. Offers a fireplace housing a stove set on a tiled hearth, and exposed timber beams above.

Inner Hallway

Tiled flooring. Gives access to the reception room and the shower room, as well as the first-floor landing via the carpeted stairs with under-stair utility cupboard with space for a washing machine below.

Reception Room

Carpeted reception room with window to the front aspect, currently utilised as a dining room. Offers a fireplace home to a stove set on a tiled hearth, with exposed timber beams above.

Shower Room

Laminate flooring with window to the rear. Offers a large shower cubicle with surrounding wet-wall panelling, a WC, and a wash hand basin.

First Floor Landing

Carpeted stairs from the inner hallway ascend to the first-floor landing. Gives access to the three bedrooms.

Bedroom One

Carpeted bedroom with window to the front aspect, and a range of built-in wardrobe units.

Bedroom Two

Carpeted bedroom with window to the front aspect, and a built-in wardrobe unit.

Bedroom Three

Carpeted bedroom with window to the rear aspect. Gives access to the roof space via a loft hatch with loft ladder and has a door to the airing cupboard.


A single detached garage with up-and-over door to the front, window to the side, and pedestrian access from the rear.


To the front, the property is accessed via a split five-bar gate onto the shingle driveway with space for up to two cars. This driveway leads up to the single detached garage and has an adjacent lawn with flower beds and mature shrubs at its perimeter. To the rear, the door from the dining room opens to an introductory patio which wraps around the property and flows onto its surrounding gardens. The garden comprises a range of laid-to-lawn space s with a variety of shrubs, greenery, and flora throughout. There are also rockery areas home to further plants and bushes, with space for vegetable patches, a greenhouse, and a timber garden shed for storage.


The village of Landford is conveniently situated between the major centres of Salisbury and Southampton and a within the New Forest National Park. The village enjoys a good community, with a range of amenities including a post office and convenience store, village hall, recreation ground, public house and excellent highly regarded and Ofsted accredited primary school. Salisbury lies approximately ten miles to the northwest and offers a wide range of amenities. These include but are not limited to, cinemas, the theatre, numerous parks, restaurants, pubs & bars, high-street shops, supermarkets, and a bi-weekly market. There are a number of excellent schools both state and private nearby. Including Chafyn Grove, the Cathedral School, Leehurst Swan, Bishop Wordsworth and South Wilts Grammar schools, Wyndham Park Infants and St. Marks Junior schools. Salisbury has a main line railway station and offers a direct train service to London Waterloo and the West Country and the A303 provides access to the southwest and to London via the M3. Additionally, the city is well-positioned for great commuter links to the coastal cities of Bournemouth and Southampton, as well as access to the New Forest.


The property is connected with mains drainage, and is heated by an new oil boiler with tank.

Agent's Note

The property comes with the common rights for pasture (the keeping of ponies, cattle, and donkeys) and mast (pigs in the autumn for pannage season). Planning permission was granted in the past for an extension - planning number TBC.

Material Information

Under current legislation, as set out in the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, estate and letting agents have a legal obligation not to omit material information from property listings. Part A: - Price, tenure, and council tax. (Included) Part B: - Physical characteristics, number of rooms, utilities, and parking. (Included) Part C: - • Building safety, e.g., unsafe cladding, asbestos, risk of collapse - we understand the property is safe. • Restrictions, e.g. conservation area, listed building status, tree preservation order - we are not aware of any restriction in this regard. • Rights and easements, e.g. public rights of way, shared drives - we are not aware of any rights of access. • Flood risk - We understand the property is not in a flood risk area. • Coastal erosion risk - we understand the property is not at risk of coastal erosion. • Planning permission – for the property itself and its immediate locality - we are not aware of any nearby planning permissions. • Accessibility/adaptations, e.g. step-free access, wet room, essential living accommodation on entrance level - step-free access is viable at this property and there is a ground-floor shower room. There may be some height restrictions throughout the property with lower door heights into the some of the rooms. • Coalfield or mining area - We understand the property is not in a mining area.

Property features

  • Three-Bedroom Detached Cottage
  • Characterful Features Throughout
  • Beautiful Surrounding Gardens
  • Driveway & Garage
  • Peaceful Village Location
  • Farmhouse-Style Kitchen
  • Built-in Storage Solutions
  • Extended Rural Outlooks
  • ***Restricted Height Doorways***


Floor plans

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