Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, 4 further bedrooms (3 ensuite), family bathroom
Separate one-bedroom annexe, double carport, separate office, stables, barn/workshop
Swimming pool with pool house, tennis court
Beautiful gardens and grounds of about 7.3 acres
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Frogmore House sits in a very quiet and private position on the edge of the village of Whiteparish. This former 19th century farmhouse has been extended over the years and is extremely well presented. The accommodation is across two floors and is perfectly laid out for family life. The kitchen/breakfast room is really the heart of the house and has a wonderful view of the very well maintained gardens. The drawing room lies to the west of the property and is perfect for entertaining, French doors open out to the south facing garden. The snug is a perfect room for cosy nights in by the fire and the dining room a great room for entertaining. The first floor provides five good sized bedrooms with the master bedroom benefiting from an ensuite bathroom. Three out of four further bedrooms also have an ensuite bathroom.
Whiteparish is an active and popular village lying to the south of the cathedral city of Salisbury. Frogmore House sits on the edge of the village in a quiet location surrounded by its own land.
The village is complete with excellent facilities including village shop, post office, primary school and doctor’s surgery as well as two pubs. A wider range of amenities can be found in Salisbury, Romsey, Southampton and Winchester, all of which are nearby.
Road and rail links are excellent from Whiteparish with the A36 approximately a mile away which gives good access to the M27. There are direct rail services to London Waterloo from Salisbury, Winchester and Southampton. Southampton airport is approximately 17 miles away and provides regular flights to Europe.
There are a number of excellent schools in the area; independent prep schools include Farleigh, Pilgrims, Chafyn Grove and Salisbury Cathedral School. Public Schools include Winchester College, St Swithuns, Godolphin and Marlborough College. Salisbury has also retained its Grammar Schools for both boys and girls; Bishops Wordsworth for boys and South Wilts for girls.
The local surrounding countryside provides an array of sporting amenities. There is fishing on some of the country’s best known chalk streams including the Test. There are also fine pheasant and partridge shoots available locally. The New Forest provides endless scope for walking and riding and the South Coast is also within easy reach and offers excellent sailing from numerous locations.
Frogmore House sits in approximately 7 acres of gardens and grounds. The gardens immediately surrounding the house are immaculately presented and mainly laid to lawn interspersed with well stocked borders. The property and gardens mainly face south providing an excellent sun trap throughout the day. The swimming pool is to the north of the house and is heated via an oil fired boiler. The pool house provides excellent space for entertaining on long sunny afternoons. There is an additional one-bedroom annexe which currently is used as an office however, could be used for staff or guest accommodation. The stables and workshop provide good space for storage and equestrian facilities. The paddocks are post and rail fenced and in good condition. There is also an all-weather tennis court on the eastern boundary.
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