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Speargate House is a truly exceptional Grade II listed period home dating back to the 18th century and sits in an enviable position on the edge of this highly sought after Nadder Valley village.
This beautiful home was once a Medieval Hall House and has been subject to an extensive restoration and renovation programme by the current owners making it the charming and versatile home you find today. The accommodation has been beautifully maintained and offers delightful well balanced rooms that you would expect from a house of this period and quality. Its 18th century origins provide the typical period features of its era, including open fireplaces, exposed wooden beams and mullion windows.
The accommodation is immaculately presented throughout and allows scope for the next owner to put their own stamp on this wonderful property. The large dual aspect drawing room is a particular feature with carved wooden beams, window seats and a grand open fire place. Across the hall is the pretty dining room with direct access to the sizeable Smallbone kitchen/breakfast room. In addition there is a cosy sitting room with a wood burning stove, bespoke pantry, utility room, boiler room, cloakroom and a timber framed conservatory with views over the garden.
Upstairs on the first floor there are three sizeable bedroom suites, the master is dual aspect with views over the gardens and serviced by an en-suite bathroom. The second bedroom also benefits from an en-suite and there is a separate shower room to service the remaining bedroom.
In addition to the main accommodation a large office has been created to the north flank of the house and benefits from its own separate entrance. An exceptional guest suite has been designed above with free standing bath, enclosed w.c. and basin, and views over the glorious garden. An interlinking door gives access to the main house.
Speargate House presents a wonderful opportunity to purchase a home of immense charm and local heritage. An internal inspection is strongly recommended.
Speargate House is situated in the highly sought after Nadder Valley village of Dinton. Dinton itself is a quintessentially English village surrounded by beautiful countryside offering all the usual country pursuits, a Medieval church, community shop, cricket green, pub and a primary and pre-school (OFSTED Good). The house is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and is a stones throw from National Trust property Philipps House and Dinton Park.
Within a few miles are Tisbury (railway station to Waterloo), the well known Beckford Arms pub next to the Fonthill Estate and the newly opened Royal Oak pub at Swallowcliffe.
The cathedral city of Salisbury sits 10 miles away with its excellent shopping and recreational facilities and a large Waitrose Home and Food store. Salisbury station offers a direct line to Waterloo (90 minutes) and the A303 provides access to the South West and to London via the M3. Dinton is approximately 60 minutes from the Cathedral City of Winchester and the historic Roman City of Bath, both offering excellent shopping facilities.
The location offers fantastic schooling including Chafyn Grove, The Cathedral School, Godolphin Girls School as well as Bishops Wordsworth’s and South Wilts Grammar School.
Speargate House sits centrally within its plot and enjoys beautiful aspects across adjoining farmland and parkland. The attractive gardens are a particular feature and lay mainly to the rear of the house giving an excellent degree of privacy and seclusion. The garden is planted with mature herbaceous borders, ornamental shrubs and a flag stoned terrace area well appointed to take full advantage of the pleasant views. A productive vegetable plot and greenhouse sit to the right of the garden and are bordered with an attractive stone wall, also found to the rear is a log shed, potting shed and garden shed.
The property is approached through a wooden five bar gate with a gravel drive leading to an ample turning circle.
Four reception rooms
Evident period features
Popular Nadder Valley village
Pretty enclosed gardens
Conservatory with garden views
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