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Parsonage Farmhouse, Hurstbourne Tarrant, Andover, Hampshire SP11


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 7

In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty amidst the North Wessex Downs and the Test Valley, Parsonage Farm is located in the popular rural village of Hurstbourne Tarrant. The village is home to the well recommended George and Dragon public house with rooms, as well as Essebourne Manor Hotel and a tea room. Hurstbourne Tarrant Church of England Primary School is well regarded with a recent outstanding Ofsted report and there is also a Community Hall and St Peters Church in the village. Surrounding the village is open countryside. A more comprehensive range of leisure, recreational and educational facilities are available in Andover, Newbury, Basingstoke and Winchester.

There are a number of private schools in the area including Cheam, Farleigh, Twyford, Horris Hill, St Swithun's School for Girls, Winchester College, Pilgrims, Princes' Mead, Down House, Marlborough College and Radley College.

The village is well located with a mainline station at Andover, approximately 6 miles away which provides a fast service to London Waterloo. The A34, the A303 and the M4 are within easy reach.

Parsonage Farmhouse

Parsonage Farmhouse is a classic Grade II listed village Georgian house that dates back to 1685 with early 19th Century additions. The east wing of the original house is attached to the much larger part of the later date, together with an extension to the rear, to form a T shaped building constructed of brick and flint with a clay tile roof.

A wrought iron gate leads through a flint and brick capped boundary wall with gate piers to eight stone steps to the front door with a Tuscan porch and two plain columns. A welcoming hall with oak floorboards leads to the drawing room and dining room on either side, both with high ceilings, open fireplaces and large sash windows. The family kitchen has fitted units, an oil fired Aga and quarry filled stone floors which run through to the spacious boot room and gardeners WC. A cellar is accessed from the kitchen. A later addition is the sitting room with wooden floors and a fireplace which leads to a small flagstone courtyard on the east side of the house. A study with original wooden panelling and a bay window overlooks the courtyard and stables.

Upstairs, off a half landing is a sitting room/bedroom and seven further bedrooms with period features including sash windows, open fireplaces and wood panelling. In addition there is a shower room and two bathrooms. A staircase leads to an attic bedroom.


Parsonage Farmhouse is accessed through double wooden five barred gates onto a large gravelled courtyard. The garden is predominately to the north of the house with well cared for flower beds, box hedges and fruit trees surrounded by a flint and brick capped walled garden. A paved path leads to a swimming pool and summer house and there is also a glasshouse. Behind the walled garden a wooden gate leads to a small fruit orchard and three grass paddocks which have been used for horses and livestock in the past.


There are several traditional thatched outbuildings which surround the courtyard and are Grade II listed. These include:

The Potting Shed/Workshop – Immediately north of the farmhouse is an L shaped building with outer walls of brick and flint and the walls facing the courtyard are timber board.

Former stable and hay loft – With brick and flint walls and a tiled roof.

The Barn – With a weather board clad timber frame in an L shaped block on a brick base with a ½ hipped thatched roof. A double garage forms part of the eastern end.

The Granary – Bricknogged timber frame with a clay tiled roof on staddle stones.

Stables – Attached to the barn with brick and flint walls and a thatched roof are four stables and two timber loose boxes.

The Land

There are two paddocks amounting to approximately 4.07 acres. These have been used for grazing horses and livestock in the past and have access directly from the outbuildings or from Church Street. There is also a field currently in arable use.

N.B. The purchaser will be required to fence the northern boundary of field 5014.

General Remarks and Stipulations

Method of Sale: Parsonage Farmhouse is offered for sale by private treaty.

Services: Parsonage Farmhouse has mains drainage, water and electricity, and an oil-fired Aga.

Wayleaves, easements and rights of way: The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including; rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.

There are public footpaths over the land.

Planning: Parsonage Farmhouse, the courtyard and wall are Grade II listed.

Council Tax: Council tax band is H (£2,948.20 in 2016/17)

Fixtures and Fittings: All items usually regarded as tenant's fixtures and fittings and equipment, including fitted carpets and curtains, together with garden ornaments and statuary, are specifically excluded from the sale. These may be available to the purchaser by

separate negotiation.

Chancel repair liabilities: There may be chancel repair liabilities in this district, therefore an insurance policy is in place. Further details are

available from the vendor's agents.

Local Authorities: Test Valley Council, Beech Hurst, Andover, SP10 3AJ. Tel: Health and Safety: Given the potential hazards of a working farm we ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety, particularly around the farm buildings and machinery.

Solicitors: McPhersons Solicitors, The Long Barn, Winchester Road, King's Somborne, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 6NZ

Viewings: Strictly by confirmed appointment with the vendor's agents, Strutt & Parker in Salisbury or bcm .


From the A303 take the A343 towards Andover. Follow this road north of Andover through Enham Alamein to Hurstbourne Tarrant.

Immediately after reaching The George and Dragon public house turn right onto Church Street. Parsonage Farmhouse is on the right just

before the village school.

Arrange viewing 01962 807028


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