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Elm Grove is a substantial and deceptively spacious 1960’s detached bungalow occupying an elevated position in this sought after countryside village. This delightful home was once the Old Vicarage and has been transformed by the current owners to offer modern versatile family accommodation. The light and airy accommodation, which is attractively presented throughout, comprises of a stunning large sitting room with a vaulted ceiling with French doors to the front and rear of the room leading to the gardens. The attractive modern kitchen/breakfast room is adjacent to the sitting room with numerous windows shedding light into the room. In addition there is a conservatory with French doors giving access to the rear terrace and gardens beyond. Completing the 2026 sq ft accommodation are four sizeable double bedrooms and a fifth single bedroom serviced by a large family bathroom and a separate shower room. The double garage has been converted into a spacious family room/annexe with a separate shower room which the current owners have utilised as a successful holiday let.
This superb family home must be viewed to fully appreciate the versatility and scope of the accommodation available.
Elm Grove is situated in Orcheston, a pretty village situated in the historic Salisbury Plain surrounded by breath-taking rolling countryside and 3 miles away from the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. The nearby village of Shrewton provides a variety of amenities including a public house, garage, independent butcher, village shop & post office, primary school and a doctors’ surgery. The cathedral city of Salisbury (12 miles) offers a more extensive range of facilities including bars, cafes, restaurants, independent and high street shops and a train station offering regular train services to London Waterloo (85 minutes). The surrounding countryside of Orcheston is an ideal place for walking, cycling and riding and golf is at High Post and Salisbury. Horse racing can be found at Salisbury and Bath with point to point at Larkhill.
There is a variety of excellent schooling in the area including both Bishops & South Wilts Grammar Schools, and Salisbury Cathedral School, Leaden Hall, Chafyn Grove, Leehurst Swan, Godolphin School and Preparatory School.
The property is within easy reach of the A303 to the south connecting London and the West Country, the A360 is to the west and provides access to Salisbury.
The glorious gardens are a particular feature extending to 0.58 of an acre and backing on to rolling pasture and farmland. The home is idyllically situated in the centre of its plot and is approached via a gravelled driveway leading to a large turning area and parking for several vehicles. There is also scope to build a double garage subject to relevant planning permissions. The gardens to the rear of the property have been beautifully landscaped and planted with pretty herbaceous flora and a hedged boundary providing privacy and seclusion. A terraced area travels to the side and rear of the property and is ideal for al-fresco entertaining whilst enjoying uninterrupted views across the wonderful garden and countryside beyond. A potting shed can be found to the rear of the garden.
Large sitting room
In a secluded position
Two reception rooms
In grounds of 0.58 acres
Sought after village location
Immaculately presented throughout
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