Burnies House, Ashmansworth

Guide price - £2,500,000

Area (approx)
4011 sq ft / 373 sq m

Burnies House, Ashmansworth
Newbury, RG20 9SW

Period village house with outstanding views, set in 1.04 acres


5 Bedrooms
3 Reception Rooms
3 Bathrooms


Mainswater and electricity
Private drainage
Oilfired central heating

Burnies House, AshmansworthAbout this home

Burnies House is approached from the lane through a gateway with a sweeping drive to the front door giving an immediate sense of arrival.  This classic and beautiful period house was completely modernised and extended by the present owners to create a wonderfully presented home in an elegant and traditional style. The accommodation is light and well-proportioned looking out over the charming gardens and the outstanding views beyond.

Located on the edge of this small and very popular village on the North Hampshire Downs in a Conservation Area and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty surrounded by magnificent rolling farmland with a network of stunning footpaths. Some of the highlights to this property are as follows;

The entrance to this classic period farmhouse through a gateway to a sweeping drive gives a wonderful sense of arrival.

The traditional and central entrance hall is a great first welcome to the house.

The elegant drawing room has an immense feeling of peace and quiet.

The kitchen is very much the heart of the home, presented in a traditional farmhouse style with an Aga, and has access to the useful utility room.

The dining area gives the kitchen the modern lifestyle flow that is so popular, and has double sliding doors that also gives the flexibility of creating a private dining room.

There is a cosy tv room/snug in warm colours and featuring built in bookcases.

There is a useful rear entrance hall/boot room, with an office to one side and a wine cellar beyond.

All the bedrooms are comfortably furnished, with the main bedroom and en suite bathroom being particularly impressive, with wonderful views across the unspoilt farmland.

The gardens are simply beautiful, mostly laid to lawn and interspersed with a variety of well-established trees and shrubs as well as mature mixed flower borders which are full of colour throughout the summer months.

The AreaAshmansworth

Burnies House is believed to date from the 18th Century and is situated in the small and popular village of Ashmansworth, which lies approximately midway between the market towns of Newbury and Andover. Ashmansworth is the highest village in Hampshire lying on the Hampshire Downs, in the Wessex Conservation Area and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With a population of approximately 300 people, the village retains its rural character and close-knit community atmosphere.

Ashmansworth is known for its beautiful countryside, rolling hills, and scenic walking trails, making it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.

Best known for its Racing, Newbury also offers a welcoming town centre with many cafes and restaurants and for shopping there are independent stores, national brands and specialist markets. The Watermill Theatre is one of Britain’s best regional theatres producing West End transfer performances as well as self-produced comedies. There are some exceptional gastro pubs within 5 miles of Ashmansworth including The Jack Russell at Faccombe, The George at St Mary Bourne, and the Red House at Highclere.

The market town of Andover lies to the south and is on the border of the beautiful Test Valley. It is well served with supermarkets, shops and markets as well as excellent road and rail links.



4011 sq ft / 373 sq m


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