Old Brickyard Road, Sandleheath Video Tour


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  • Bedrooms: 5

A truly impressive detached 1930's family home located in the heart of the village and boasting five bedrooms, three bathrooms, three reception rooms, Kitchen/Dining Room, Utility and large garden with triple garage. This really is a unique opportunity to acquire this magnificent characterful property and to add your own personal stamp to create your dream forever home.


As you arrive at the property, either park on the long drive way which leads to the triple garages or on the road where there are no restrictions. Make your way to the main front door which is covered by an attractive porch way with a slate roof and timber supports.

Entrance Hall

Walk through the stunning & original 1930's door with stained glass windows to the sides and be welcomed by the spacious hall way. From here, doors lead to the reception rooms one & two, the kitchen/dining room, cloakroom and the grand drawing room. Stairs then gently rise to the first floor with some useful storage beneath.

Reception One

A lovely light room with dual aspect sash windows including the large bay window to the front and the side window overlooking the garden. There is also a fire place which could be used (subject to checking) The room still hold the original picture rails.

Reception Two

With two large sash windows to the side overlooking the garden, also with an open fire place for those cosy winter nights. (subject to checking). Original picture rails.


With a WC and wash hand basin with full pedestal.

Kitchen/Dining Room

A good sized room with plenty of space for the family breakfast table. All the three sash windows are overlooking the gardens and enjoy the evening sun from both the side and rear. The kitchen itself comprises of the matching wall and base units with a solid wood work top and an inset stainless steel sink and drainer. The flooring is finished with a hard wearing terracotta tile. There is space for the electric oven and the dishwasher. A door leads out to the side garden and also to the utility room.

Utility Room

A generous sized utility room with a sash window to the rear and a door to the rear garden. There is a double base unit with a stainless steel sink and drainer with space and plumbing for the washing machine. The gas central heating boiler is wall hung.

Drawing Room

This is the most impressive room of the house. It takes a moment to take account of the room’s imposing size, double aspect windows with French doors to the garden; sash-windows to the front, and central attractive fireplace.


A split level landing with doors to all the five bedrooms and the family bathroom.

Bedroom One

A good sized double bedroom with two sash windows overlooking the gardens and a fitted wardrobe. Door leads through to the recently installed en-suite.


Installed within the last few months and comprises of the shower cubicle with a mains mixer shower and a glass door, wash hand basin with full pedestal, WC and a centrally heated towel rail. Sash window to the rear.

Bedroom Two

A good sized double bedroom with sash windows to the front, built in wardrobes and a door to the large en-suite.


Recently installed en-suite which has been beautifully tiled and a suite comprising of the tiled bath with a mains mixer set and a shower attachment, WC and the wash hand basin with full pedestal. Sash window to the front aspect.

Bedroom Three

Probably the largest bedroom in the house with the impressive bay window to front to the front, feature fire place and the original picture rails still in place.

Bedroom Four

A large double bedroom with two sash windows to the side, built in wardrobes and a feature fire place.

Bedroom Five

Sash window to the rear and picture rails.

Family Bathroom

With a sash window to the front and a suite comprising of the free standing claw foot bath, WC, wall hung wash hand basin and the centrally heated towel rail.


To the front is mostly which laid to an attractive shingle which continues to the right hand side and leads up to the hard standing and triple garages. The remainder is laid to lawn and wraps around the left hand side offering full privacy and a lovely feeling of space to enjoy. The grounds of this rather special home are in a very good balance with the size of the accommodation.

Triple Garage

Consisting of a double garage with power light and water and an additional adjoining single garage with an up and over door. Perfect for a workshop, work from home office (subject to planning) or car enthusiast.


Leave Fordingbridge travelling in the signposted direction of Sandleheath/Damerham. Continue into the village, passing the Scout Hall and Old Brickyard Road will be the next turning on the right. Moorlands will be located after approximately 200 yards 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 is a variety of independent shops and eateries, 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 approximately 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 11 miles via the B3078 from Fordingbridge.

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Oliver Chandler

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