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The Elms is a pretty Grade II listed detached property in the heart of the thriving village of Tilshead, surrounded by stunning countryside.
The original part of the property is believed to date back to the 17th Century with subsequent 19th century extensions. It provides comfortable, spacious accommodation for family life and entertaining.
This lovely house is well presented throughout with many attractive features still evident. The accommodation is arranged over two floors. The ground floor centres around a large open plan sitting room / drawing room with an inviting two-way log burner creating a natural break between spaces, and also a focal point. The spacious kitchen is finished to a high standard with a marbled top island and breakfast bar and an AGA. The ground floor accommodation is completed with a separate dining room, utility/boot room with WC, and a dual aspect play room or study with an open fireplace. The intriguing first floor accommodation has a versatile layout including six bedrooms; one of which could be remodelled to create an en-suite bathroom and dressing room to accompany the master bedroom. The remaining bedrooms are served by two family bathrooms.
We thoroughly recommend an internal inspection to appreciate fully the size and scope of the accommodation available.
The Elms is situated in the sought after village of Tilshead located in the heart of the Salisbury Plain, it is surrounded by breath-taking countryside and is ideal for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling, riding, fishing and shooting. The village has a good variety of amenities including a shop, post office, petrol station, The Rose & Crown public house and a good village school. A short drive away is the cathedral city of Salisbury which has regionally recognised retail, cultural and educational establishments, as well as a range of award winning restaurants and bars and a twice weekly farmers market.
Tilshead is surrounded by a great variety of excellent schooling including Bishops & South Wilts Grammar Schools, and Salisbury Cathedral School, Chafyn Grove, Leaden Hall, Leehurst Swan, Godolphin School and Preparatory School.
There are brilliant communication links in the area with easy access to the A303 leading you to the M3 and M25 to London. Salisbury and Grateley also have mainline railway services to London Waterloo and the west country.
The garden and grounds of the house are a particular feature extending to two thirds of an acre approx. The boundary of the property is walled to provide a degree of privacy and security. The garden is mostly lawn with flowerbeds. This area used to be a grass tennis court. A small kitchen garden is separated from the rest of the garden by a hedge, and contains some apple trees.
Also found to the rear are several large useful outbuildings including a coach house with original flooring and vaulted ceiling, an open barn and a workshop with a fitted and insulated office space created internally. There is also a separate boiler room and potting shed.
The house is reached by a drive leading through to the rear gravelled parking area for a number of vehicles, and providing access to the outbuildings and garage.
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