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Arnewood is a delightful character home offering deceptively spacious accommodation that belies its curb side cottage appearance.
This glorious home is thought to date back to around 1785 with the older section of the property being made of cob. Arnewood boasts a versatile array of accommodation set over two floors and has been beautifully updated by the current vendor. The property retains many character features including exposed wooden beams and stunning inglenook fireplace, whilst benefitting from a light and airy design throughout. The current owner has lovingly cared for the property over the years. The property also boasts a wonderful country cottage garden complete with a secluded terrace and lawns flanked by abundant contoured floral borders.
The beautifully presented accommodation is arranged over two floors and consists of a beautiful dual aspect sitting room with a glorious feature open fireplace. There is a charming dining room that leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room. The bespoke kitchen is well appointed with ample wall and base storage cupboards. There is ample space for a breakfast table whilst French doors lead out to the garden. Beyond the kitchen there is a cloakroom, ground floor bathroom and a useful ground floor bedroom with its own private entrance, the perfect guest room, office or studio. Situated on the first floor is the beautiful master bedroom with original wood floorboards under the carpet and ample built in wardrobes. There is a further well-proportioned double bedroom and a single bedroom/study.
To the front of the property there is parking recessed behind a secure gateway with additional off street parking in front of the detached garage. The garden is enclosed with mature hedges and is walled to one side to provide a degree of privacy. The attractive gardens are well established with areas of mature lawn flanked by beautiful colourful beds and borders planted with a plethora of colourful herbaceous flora and shrubs. There is a secluded paved area perfect for outdoor entertaining and dining as well as a working well.
Shrewton is a highly popular, friendly village in the heart of Salisbury Plain. The village itself offers an array of local amenities including two doctors, convenience store, butcher, hairdresser, recreation ground and a local pub. The nearby town of Amesbury offers further amenities including a choice of supermarkets, doctors, dentists, a library, restaurants and plenty of local shops, including a butcher, bakeries and pubs. The Cathedral City of Salisbury is 11 miles to the south and provides a comprehensive choice of schooling, further shopping, restaurants, leisure facilities and a theatre. Local communications are excellent, the A303 is easily accessible (London/Exeter) and there is a main line train service from Salisbury to London Waterloo (85 mins).
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