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Occupying a wonderful position in the highly sought after village of Wylye, Dolphin House is a glorious family home which has been lovingly cared for over the years by its current owners and sits within gardens of just under one third of an acre. The spacious accommodation is arranged over two floors and consists of numerous light and airy rooms yet has scope for further extension. The versatile ground floor comprises of a large dual aspect sitting room with a beautiful open stone fireplace and lovely views across the gardens, a well appointed kitchen with access to the lobby and garage, a sizeable dining room with wall to wall windows also facing the gardens, a conservatory and a downstairs cloakroom. There are four good sized bedrooms on the first floor, the master bedroom of which benefits from an en-suite bathroom with built in storage, the remaining three bedrooms are serviced by a well appointment family bathroom.
This spectacular house would make the ideal ‘forever family home’ for its next owners and we highly recommend a viewing at your earliest convenience to witness first hand the scope of the accommodation available.
Dolphin House is found in the heart of the village of Wylye, a highly desirable village situated amidst picturesque countryside in the beautiful Wylye Valley. Local amenities include a post office/shop, church, village hall and The Bell Inn public house. The area offers a variety of excellent rural pursuits including walking, horse riding, cycling and fishing on the River Wylye.
The nearby town of Warminster has a good range of shopping and leisure facilities including a library, sports centre, churches, doctors and dentist surgeries, hospital and the renowned Warminster School. It also benefits from a mainline railway station to London Waterloo (123minutes) as do Salisbury and Grateley. The A303 gives good access to London, via the M3, and to the West Country and the A36 also provides good road access to Bath approximately 25 miles. Local attractions include Longleat House and Safari Park, Stourhead and Salisbury Plain.
There is a wide selection of excellent schooling in the area including Dauntseys, St Mary’s Shaftesbury, Port Regis, Chafyn Grove, The Cathedral School and Godolphin.
The gardens, which lay mainly to the rear, are a particular feature of the property and amount to a little under one third of an acre. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with pretty herbaceous flora and has been enclosed with mature trees and hedging to provide a degree of privacy and seclusion. There is also a wonderful pond with a water feature and a vegetable plot to the bottom left of the garden.
The property is accessed via a gravel driveway leading to the garage complete with a workshop and utility area, there is further parking for numerous vehicles to the front. There is also a lean-to store and a timber storage shed.
Two Bedrooms with En-Suite's
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