Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
This is one of our Equestrian Properties.
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EQUESTRIAN - Located in a beautiful rural setting with wide-ranging views across its own land of 7 acres is this charming farm and associated buildings, which has excellent potential for a variety of uses. As well as the extensive land and outbuildings, there is an attractive and extensively modernised farmhouse,
believed to have been constructed in 1901. The property has been much improved and provides welcoming, well-presented accommodation throughout that is ideally suited to modern living. Of particular note is the spacious sitting room and lovely secluded south-facing garden, with the kitchen/diner serving as the heart of the family home. Accessed from the galleried landing
there is a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
In addition to the farmhouse there is a separate single-storey self-catering annexe which would make an excellent holiday let, featuring a good-size living room, separate kitchen, bedroom and shower room. Currently used as a music room
the space was granted consent for holiday let use in 2006; though this has now lapsed, there is genuine opportunity to reacquire consent if required.
This property is featured by our Equestrian department.
Dunstable Farm is situated in a lovely rural setting surrounded by open countryside, between the charming villages of Pitton and the much sought-after Winterslows, approximately five miles to the north-east of Salisbury. The area is most picturesque and surrounded by rolling countryside and a variety of pleasant walks. Within Pitton village there is a popular primary school, general store and Post Office, thriving village hall, historic church, tennis courts and a well-regarded public house, The Silver Plough. Further amenities such as a doctor’s surgery and recreation ground can be found in neighbouring Winterslow.
The cathedral city of Salisbury offers comprehensive range of recreational amenities, shopping facilities, market days on Tuesdays and Saturdays and a wide range of schooling, both state and private, including two grammar schools.
Mainline stations can be found in Salisbury and Dean serving London Paddington and Waterloo. Although a rural environment, there is easy access to the A30 and the A303 to the north to Southampton via the A36/M27 to the south.
The property is enveloped by grounds of approx. 7 acres and is approached via a wide, open entrance leading to a level farmyard with excellent parking. Particularly notable is the main garden, which is south-east facing and enclosed by hedging with a lovely terrace accessed from the kitchen and sitting room. To the rear of the farm there are a number of mixed grass and arable paddocks with water supply from the farm and would be ideal for equestrian or other small-scale livestock use. There is a further paddock situated to the east of the farm buildings with direct access from the Pitton Road.
Salisbury – 7 miles; Grateley Station – 8 miles; Winchester – 19 miles; Southampton Airport – 25 miles; Bournemouth Airport – 29 miles (Distances are approximate).
Farmhouse of approx. 2
378 sq. ft.
Land of 7 Acres
Desirable Village Location
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