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Property details

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms


  • Delightfully refurbished and extended detached period property
  • Landscaped private and secluded gardens
  • Popular village setting within yards of the open forest
  • Five bedrooms, the master with ensuite shower room
  • Generous parking and large garage
  • Host of attractive period features
  • Refitted contemporary sanitary ware throughout
  • Charming open plan kitchen living room with central fireplace
  • Dual aspect sitting room with feature cast iron log burning stove

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A beautifully presented detached period home, the original section of which is formed from two cottages believed to date from the late 1700’s.

Owner's Comments

“We have had some great parties and barbecues here since the house and gardens make such a sociable space. There’s plenty of room for friends and family to stay the night too. We have found it to be a house for all seasons. Bracing walks in the forest in autumn, winter evenings by the fire, watching the birds nest in the blossoming apple tree in spring and sundowners by the fenced fish pond in summer.”

“It’s wonderful to be able to just walk (or ride) out of the house straight into the forest just a few yards away.”


Set within pretty landscaped secluded gardens in the heart of the popular village of Nomansland just yards from the open New Forest and village amenities. Moonrakers has been sensitively refurbished in recent years to retain much of its intrinsic period charm including exposed ceiling beams, oak flooring, feature fireplaces and authentic latch doors. Central to the accommodation is the lovely triple aspect open plan kitchen dining room featuring painted wood cabinets beneath granite worksurfaces and an attractive fireplace with a cosy Morso log burning stove. There are two further reception rooms and five bedrooms to the first floor offering spacious accommodation to suit both families and couples, principal and second homes owners. Complementing the living space is substantial parking and a large integral garage.


A solid oak door opens to the large study where there is also an integral door to the substantial garage featuring power, lighting and storage. Oak flooring flows through the hallway with access to a useful utility room also hosting a separate WC. The hub of the home is the delightful triple aspect, open plan kitchen living room, partially separated by a central feature Morso fireplace with inset woodburning stove. The kitchen has been sensitively refurbished in a range of traditional painted cabinets with ample granite worktops. There is a door to each of the rear courtyards and integrated appliances include an induction hob, range, Bosch dishwasher and butler sink. Oak flooring extends throughout and white painted exposed beams and timbers create a cosy feel in the kitchen dining area and sitting room. There is an understairs cupboard and the inner hall leads to the dual aspect sitting room which is centred upon a feature painted wood fireplace with tiled surround and freestanding log-burning stove. Double casement doors open to the pretty gardens via a patio terrace.

On the first floor, the dual-aspect master bedroom has an ensuite shower room. There are a further four charming bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes and another with spacious under-eaves storage, served by the stylish family bathroom which comprises a roll top freestanding bath, contemporary wash hand basin with vanity unit, low level WC and double shower cubicle. The master bedroom is dual in aspect and also benefits from a refitted ensuite shower room.


A five-bar gate opens to a resin bond driveway fronting the home and double garage. There is also a good sized secure lean-to shed to the side. A gate leads to the secluded private garden which has been beautifully landscaped to include lawn, decking, stone and shingled areas screened by specimen trees and shrubs to create the most tranquil of garden areas accessed by adorned pergola walkways. A patio area leads to the summer house with covered seating area and ornamental pond which is an idyllic resting or entertainment venue. To the rear are two sunny secluded courtyard areas with raised flower beds. There is a small garden shed neatly recessed from the patio garden fence.


The highly desirable Wiltshire village of Nomansland lies between Salisbury and Southampton within the New Forest National Park. Nomansland enjoys a friendly, sociable community offering a range of local amenities including a village hall, recreation ground with sports club, cricket green, popular French restaurant, public house and village primary school. Furthermore its proximity to the open New Forest offers idyllic dog walking, cycling and wonderful scenery with the popular Hamptworth Golf and Country club just a few minutes’ drive away. Although it is a delightful rural location, Nomansland is perfectly placed for commuting, within easy access to both Salisbury and Southampton and via the New Forest to Bournemouth.

Agent Note

The property is served by gas fired central heating and mains drainage.


From our office proceed along the A36 towards Salisbury turning left on New Road towards Landford. At the crossroads proceed straight over and across the cattle grid. North Lane appears on your right hand side opposite the cricket green. Moonrakers is just a few yards in on the left hand side.

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Local Amenities

  • Dean (Wilts) 6 miles
  • Ashurst New Forest 6.7 miles
  • The New Forest CofE (VA) Primary School 0.3 miles
  • St Edward's School (SEN) 3.2 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Dean (Wilts) 6 miles
  • Ashurst New Forest 6.7 miles
  • The New Forest CofE (VA) Primary School 0.3 miles
  • St Edward's School (SEN) 3.2 miles

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  • £569,396
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  • -£30,051
  • (-5.013%)
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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
6th Aug 2019 £675,000 Price reduced by £20,000
21st May 2019 £695,000 Price reduced by £5,000
3rd Apr 2019 £700,000 First listed
31st Oct 2014 £575,000 Last sold

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