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Caynton Lawns is an extremely well presented detached family house located in one of Alderbury's most prestigious locations, offering a high degree of privacy and set in landscaped grounds of over three quarters of an acre.
The house is believed to date from the 1930's, and has been extended over the intervening years. The present vendors undertook a programme of complete redecoration and refurbishment, which is evident on an internal inspection.
The property's south facing aspect is extremely important, as the majority of the accommodation benefits from a great deal of light permeating the home, as well as affording wonderful views across the grounds.
With over 2500 sq. ft. of living accommodation, over two floors, the house offers a fantastic flexibility, with a sitting room, dining room, study and family rom, along with a well fitted kitchen/breakfast room and very practical utility room and cloakroom, the ground floor is completed by a guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom. On the first floor, there is a fully fitted master bedroom with en-suite, and a further two bedrooms, each with their own en-suite bathroom. All of the double bedrooms benefit from air conditioning and views over the gardens.
The house is positioned at the end of a private tree lined no through lane. The village of Alderbury is situated approximately three miles to the south east of the cathedral city of Salisbury, to the east of the River Avon and is on the edge of the New Forest. Local facilities include a village hall, a primary school, convenience store, post office, two public houses and tennis and football clubs. The neighbouring cathedral city of Salisbury offers a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational, cultural, educational and medical amenities including a theatre, cinema and arts centre. There are frequent bus services to and from the city centre and an excellent choice of schools in the public and private sector, including Godolphin, the Bishops & South Wilts Grammar Schools, and Salisbury Cathedral School, Leaden Hall, Chafyn Grove and St Edmunds School for Girls and Wyvern College. Salisbury's main line station serves London (Waterloo) (journey time approximately 90 minutes) and the West Country and there are good road links to Southampton (27 miles) and Eastleigh Airport via the A36 and the M27 and London via the M3.
The house is approached via electrically operated gates which then open into a sweeping driveway. This leads to a large turning area which is then adjacent to the garage complex, which has a single garage with electrically operated door. There is also a double car port as well as a studio, which could have many uses such as a home office. It is currently set us as a hair salon with a range of fitted units and sink. There is power and light as well as telecoms.
The gardens are predominantly to the front of the house, with the whole being just over 0.8 of an acre. They are mainly laid to lawn with shrub borders and a variety of specimen trees and topiary. The gardens offer a high degree of privacy, being bordered by mature hedging and trees.
Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
Four Bedrooms with E-Suites
Gardens & Grounds of 0.8 Acres
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