Formerly The Shire Horse Inn, The Shires is a new development of only five high-end family homes constructed by Rivendale Homes. Each individual home has been finished to an exceptional standard with an excellent specification including on-trend kitchens and sanitary ware. Fixtures and fittings include oak veneer internal doors, Neff appliances, Bristan and Roca sanitary fittings, oak staircases, fitted wardrobe cupboards (not all bedrooms) and fitted flooring: a combination of luxury vinyl, engineered wood, carpet and ceramic tiles. Each property has a garage with up and over door, personal door to the garden, power and light. Full details of the specification can be found within The Shires brochure shown here. Station House, (Plot 5), is a substantial detached family home of excellent proportions. The ground floor offers a large light welcoming reception hall, double aspect family living room, a separate dining room and a fantastic farmhouse style triple aspect kitchen. Both the living room and the kitchen have bi-fold doors opening onto an Indian sandstone paved terrace. There is also a good sized utility room, ground floor cloakroom and understair storage cupboard. The first floor landing is also light and airy giving access to the master bedroom suite and three further double bedrooms. Station House sits within a sunny corner plot which has been landscaped and turfed. There is also a large Indian sandstone patio/terrace. The private block paviour drive with parking for at least two vehicles leads to a detached garage with power and light. Each property has external lighting, with PIR sensors, external electric sockets, an outside water tap, a fully fitted alarm system and a 10 Year Structural Build Warranty. The Hampshire village of Grateley lies to the south of the pre-historic hill fort of Quarley Hill; some properties within the parish date back as far as the thirteenth century. The village lies approximately 14 miles to the north east of Salisbury and 8 miles to the south west of Andover. Facilities within Grateley include the well regarded Grateley Primary School and the XIII Century Church of St. Leonards. Neighbouring villages include Monxton, Amport and Quarley, Cholderton and The Wallops. The cathedral city of Salisbury offers a comprehensive range of recreational amenities, shopping facilities, including the historical Charter Market, and a wide range of schooling, both state and private including two grammar schools and a college of further education. Grateley has good road access to the A30/A303 and A343 and, within a brief walk of The Shires, is the country station which is part of the main London to Waterloo line, journey time approximately 80 minutes. TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Council Tax: to be confirmed. Mains water, electricity and drainage connected. Fully double glazed. Heating: Air source heating. DIRECTIONS: From Salisbury: Proceed in a north-easterly direction along the A30 towards Andover. At Lopcombe Corner bear left (the road now becomes the A343) and continue for approximately 3 miles to Nether Wallop crossroads, turning left opposite The George Inn into Station Road. Proceed, passing through Over Wallop and continue for approximately 2.5 miles to the village of Grateley. The Shires will be found on the right-hand side clearly indicated by the BAXTERS For Sale sign.From Andover: Take the A343 Salisbury Road and continue for approximately 6.8 miles, passing through Middle Wallop, to Nether Wallop crossroads; turn right, opposite The George Inn, into Station Road. Proceed, passing through Over Wallop and continue for approximately 2.5 miles to the village of Grateley. The Shires will be found on the right-hand side clearly indicated by the BAXTERS For Sale sign.