To the front aspect, a five bar gate opens onto a block paved driveway providing off road parking for a couple of vehicles. From the driveway, a gate opens into a separate area of front garden with a greenhouse, composting area and planted beds. From here a brick paved terrace with seating area and shed extends down the side of the property to the rear garden.

The stunning landscaped rear garden extends across the back of the property and is apportioned into different areas of interest, dissected by a winding pathway leading through to the back of the plot and a seating area.

The garden is beautifully planted and boasts a variety of specimen plants and trees with a delightful water feature feeding a pleasant ornamental pond.

The property adjoins and enjoys uninterrupted views across fields to the rear and woodland beyond, which can be accessed via a footpath towards the end of the lane.


Energy Performance Rating: D

All mains services connected

Tenure: Freehold


School Lane is located in the heart of Nomansland, a small, highly sought after village on the northern edge of the New Forest and Hampshire border.

The centre of the village has frontage to a large green which includes the village cricket pitch, with woodland and forest beyond.

The village boasts a number of well recognised amenities and facilities including a well regarded local pub (the Lamb), an exceptional French restaurant (Les Mirabelles) and an excellent local school with impressive Ofsted reports.

The neighbouring village of Landford has local shops including a post office and village store, as well as a village primary school.

The historic town of Romsey is approximately eight miles away offering a more comprehensive range of shops and a Waitrose supermarket.

Salisbury and Southampton are within easy reach by car and there is convenient access to the M27 motorway with links at Junction 1 and 2.


– Entrance hall with antique pine flooring and access to the loft

– Attractive double aspect sitting room with a feature bow window and brick fireplace with an inset wood burning stove and a Bessemer beam and brick hearth

– Spacious kitchen/dining/garden room comprising a stylish range of fitted modern units and appliances with granite work surfaces over and an Aga cooker with an extractor hood over

– Extending into the seamlessly linked triple aspect garden/dining room formed from a large conservatory, with flagstone flooring to all areas and double doors opening onto the rear garden

– Bright and airy master bedroom complete with oak flooring and a door opening onto the rear terrace

– Bedroom 2 benefits from oak flooring and a front aspect window overlooking the driveway

– Bedroom 3 is currently utilised as a study, with a front aspect window overlooking the driveway

– Superb family bathroom comprising a modern suite including a walk-in shower with a glass screen, panelled bath, wash basin with storage underneath and a low level WC

NB. We understand planning permission was granted, but has since lapsed for an extension to the side of the property to provide additional accommodation. This could possibly be reinstated (subject to the relevant planning consents being granted).

Living in Bramshaw

This is surely New Forest life at its most accessible. Turn off the M27 at junction one and you are immediately plunged into the quiet backwaters of the Forest, gently weaving past donkeys and ponies grazing in front of Hanzel and Gretel-style woodland cottages. This is Bramshaw, an attractive and peaceful parish that encompasses the hamlets of Brook and Fritham. Bramshaw is strung out. Its handful of amenities include Bramshaw Golf Club (with two courses, including Hampshire’s oldest course), village hall, rustic garage and Bentley showroom. There’s also a selection of good inns including The Bell Inn and Green Dragon at Brook and the Royal Oak at Fritham (a Forest institution and part of a working farm). Local groups range from Bramshaw Bunnies for pre-school toddlers to the local cricket club. Back roads through the Forest lead to Romsey, a thriving market town with numerous facilities (including Waitrose). Property comprises big, individual houses, farms and small-holdings, and cottages tucked down country lanes, scattered around glades and greens. The National Trust owns tracts of land here including Bramshaw Commons, thousands of acres of some of the best surviving examples of lowland heath in Europe.

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Nomansland, Salisbury

  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 1
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 1

*VIRTUAL VIEWING AVAILABLE - PLEASE CALL TO ARRANGE YOUR APPOINTMENT* - A delightful three-bedroom detached bungalow set in a popular countryside location in the ever popular village of Nomansland. The property offers scope for further enlargement and further benefits from off road parking and stunning uninterrupted views across adjoining fields to woodland from the rear. Energy Performance Rating: D

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