5 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Mill End, Damerham, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, SP6

5 Bedroom Detached House - £595,000

Mill End, Damerham, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, SP6

First listed on: 18th September 2020

Nearest stations: Salisbury (9.3 mi)

Interested in this property? Call See phone number 01425 655900

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Property Features

  • Period cottage requiring modernisation
  • Peaceful position within sought after Downland village
  • Range of outbuildings
  • 5 bedrooms
  • Sitting room and dining room

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

A period detached cottage offering scope for modernisation and improvement with land and outbuildings peacefully located on the outskrts of the village. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

The White House originally dates from circa 1800 and has been in the same ownership since 1972. Whilst certain works and extensions have been carried out during this time, the house is now in need of complete modernisation and improvement throughout and there is tremendous scope given the outbuildings, garden and land, which together could become a very attractive period home in a tranquil setting. The formal garden area extends to about 0.2 acres with a further area of land to the south extending to about half an acre which has been cleared and levelled and which in turn leads onto a further area of wetland of similar size comprising naturally fed pond where wildlife is plentiful.

Entrance Porch    Appproached via public footpath. Quarry tiled step with front door leading into:

Entrance Hall    Staircase to first floor. Feature wall of period beams with brick infill. A mix of quarry tile and flagstone floor. Wall light.

Sitting Room    Inglenook fireplace with bressumer beam. Quarry tiled hearth with multi fuel stove. Adjacent to the fireplace is a timber arched log store with quarry tiled base. Ceiling and wall beams plus exposed brickwork.

Kitchen    Range of wall and floor units incorporating drawers and cupboards. Granite worktops and upstands and tiled splashback. Inset Blanco ceramic sink unit with mixer taps.    Plumbing for dishwasher. Fridge space. Inset spotlighting. Tiled floor. French doors into the garden. Understairs cupboard. Beamed arch into:

Dining Area    Brick fireplace with quarry tiled hearth. Recesses on either side. Quarry tile and flagstone floor. Pair of doors into the garden.

Utility Room    Grant oil-fired boiler. Worktop. Inset lighting.

Cloakroom    WC. Wash hand basin.

Landing    Shelved cupboard.

Bedroom    Window to front.

Bedroom    Window to front.

Bathroom    Panelled bath. Pedestal basin. WC. Heated towel rail.

Bedroom    Window to rear. Alcove cupboard and wardrobe. Loft access.

Bedroom    Ceiling and wall beams. A double aspect room.

Bedroom    Hot water cylinder.

Shower Room    Fully tiled shower cubicle.


The White House is located on the southern outskirts of the picturesque Hampshire village of Damerham, with much of the surrounding countryside designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a Primary School, Church and Public House, whilst the near-by Avonside town of Fordingbridge (about 4 miles) caters for most everyday needs, including a range of shops, well respected Primary and Secondary schooling and sporting facilities. Communications are good, with Salisbury, Bournemouth, Poole and Southampton all within convenient driving distance. All can provide mainline rail links to London Waterloo. Damerham is well placed for those wishing to enjoy the area on foot, wheel or in the saddle; a number of bridleways and footpaths exist in and around Damerham, with one passing right outside the curtilage, whilst the New Forest, with it's thousands of acres of walking and riding countryside is about 7 miles to the East.

The approach to the property is via a private driveway to the rear but there is a public footpath to the front of the cottage onto which the front entrance opens.

The GARDEN area at the rear currently comprises a paved patio leading onto what was a lawned area with a pond. A detached brick and slate WORKSHOP which has a brick paviour frontage with light and power connected. Beyond the garden there is a brick and tiled detached DOUBLE GARAGE / WORKSHOP of generous proportions built in 2004 divided internally to form a workshop area with personal door to the garden and loft storage area above with two velux windows.

Within the grounds of the property there is ample car parking and turning space. There is an area of cleared land extending to about 0.5 acres with a naturally fed pond, and a further area of similar size, which is overgrown comprising wetland and bog which could become an attractive feature of the whole.

New Forest District Council Tax Band F with improvement indicator.

Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage to a septic tank.

Leave Fordingbridge in the direction of Sandleheath/Damerham. Pass through Sandleheath and follow Court Hill down into Damerham. Before entering the village bear left towards and past the church, and continue along the narrow lane across the water meadows. At the 'T' junction with the school turn left and after a short distance the entrance drive to The White House will be seen just after Ebeneezer Cottage, behind which this property is located.
A period detached cottage offering scope for modernisation and improvement with land and outbuildings peacefully located on the outskrts of the village. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

The White House originally dates from circa 1800 and has been in the same ownership since 1972. Whilst certain works and extensions have been carried out during this time, the house is now in need of complete modernisation and improvement throughout and there is tremendous scope given the outbuildings, garden and land, which together could become a very attractive period home in a tranquil setting. The formal garden area extends to about 0.2 acres with a further area of land to the south extending to about half an acre which has been cleared and levelled and which in turn leads onto a further area of wetland of similar size comprising naturally fed pond where wildlife is plentiful.

Entrance Porch    Appproached via public footpath. Quarry tiled step with front door leading into:

Entrance Hall    Staircase to first floor. Feature wall of period beams with brick infill. A mix of quarry tile and flagstone floor. Wall light.

Sitting Room    Inglenook fireplace with bressumer beam. Quarry tiled hearth with multi fuel stove. Adjacent to the fireplace is a timber arched log store with quarry tiled base. Ceiling and wall beams plus exposed brickwork.

Kitchen    Range of wall and floor units incorporating drawers and cupboards. Granite worktops and upstands and tiled splashback. Inset Blanco ceramic sink unit with mixer taps.    Plumbing for dishwasher. Fridge space. Inset spotlighting. Tiled floor. French doors into the garden. Understairs cupboard. Beamed arch into:

Dining Area    Brick fireplace with quarry tiled hearth. Recesses on either side. Quarry tile and flagstone floor. Pair of doors into the garden.

Utility Room    Grant oil-fired boiler. Worktop. Inset lighting.

Cloakroom    WC. Wash hand basin.

Landing    Shelved cupboard.

Bedroom    Window to front.

Bedroom    Window to front.

Bathroom    Panelled bath. Pedestal basin. WC. Heated towel rail.

Bedroom    Window to rear. Alcove cupboard and wardrobe. Loft access.

Bedroom    Ceiling and wall beams. A double aspect room.

Bedroom    Hot water cylinder.

Shower Room    Fully tiled shower cubicle.


The White House is located on the southern outskirts of the picturesque Hampshire village of Damerham, with much of the surrounding countryside designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a Primary School, Church and Public House, whilst the near-by Avonside town of Fordingbridge (about 4 miles) caters for most everyday needs, including a range of shops, well respected Primary and Secondary schooling and sporting facilities. Communications are good, with Salisbury, Bournemouth, Poole and Southampton all within convenient driving distance. All can provide mainline rail links to London Waterloo. Damerham is well placed for those wishing to enjoy the area on foot, wheel or in the saddle; a number of bridleways and footpaths exist in and around Damerham, with one passing right outside the curtilage, whilst the New Forest, with it's thousands of acres of walking and riding countryside is about 7 miles to the East.

The approach to the property is via a private driveway to the rear but there is a public footpath to the front of the cottage onto which the front entrance opens.

The GARDEN area at the rear currently comprises a paved patio leading onto what was a lawned area with a pond. A detached brick and slate WORKSHOP which has a brick paviour frontage with light and power connected. Beyond the garden there is a brick and tiled detached DOUBLE GARAGE / WORKSHOP of generous proportions built in 2004 divided internally to form a workshop area with personal door to the garden and loft storage area above with two velux windows.

Within the grounds of the property there is ample car parking and turning space. There is an area of cleared land extending to about 0.5 acres with a naturally fed pond, and a further area of similar size, which is overgrown comprising wetland and bog which could become an attractive feature of the whole.

New Forest District Council Tax Band F with improvement indicator.

Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage to a septic tank.

Leave Fordingbridge in the direction of Sandleheath/Damerham. Pass through Sandleheath and follow Court Hill down into Damerham. Before entering the village bear left towards and past the church, and continue along the narrow lane across the water meadows. At the 'T' junction with the school turn left and after a short distance the entrance drive to The White House will be seen just after Ebeneezer Cottage, behind which this property is located.
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33 Salisbury Street

Fordingbridge

Hampshire

SP6 1AB

Telephone: See phone number 01425 655900

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