AN UNLISTED house on the edge of Fordingbridge has come on the market for excess of £2,000,000.

Sandle Grange is a seven-bedroom property and believed to date back to 1900 when it served as the gardener’s house to neighbouring Sandle Manor, now Forres Sandle Manor School.

The house has been the subject of later extensions and has been modernised throughout.

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A sense of character has also been retained, with many rooms featuring painted ceiling beams or decorative flourishes such as ornate plaster ceiling roses and cornicing, coloured glass door furniture and internal stained glass doors.

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The house is in a quiet and private position, with 4.5 acres of open, parkland style grounds.

A large terrace provides an ideal spot for al fresco dining and entertaining.

There is a small orchard area with a variety of apple, plum and quince, as well as a series of three wildlife ponds and about an acre of fenced paddocks.

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A long gravel driveway leads to a courtyard for parking and turning, and there is also a double garage, with a detached workshop and garden store behind.

Paul Cadge, of Savills Salisbury, said: “Sandle Grange has spacious, light accommodation with a real sense of privacy. The accommodation is extremely flexible, capacious enough to meet the needs of an extended family unit, multi-generational living or those seeking work from home space.”

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Sandle Grange is being marketed by Savills for excess of £2,000,000. For more information, contact Savills Salisbury on 01722 426820.