With a much-desired setting close to the amenities of Warminster town centre is the attractive and well-proportioned family home. The detached property has been substantially updated and extended to create a sizeable residence. The beautifully traditional interiors feature wood flooring, grand fireplaces and coving, with the ground floor having a flowing, open plan design allowing for flexible use. Families will appreciate the three separate reception rooms, including a dining room, 19ft living room opening to a conservatory and a breakfast room adjacent to the kitchen. Completing the ground floor is a study, utility room and cloakroom.
On the first-floor master bedroom is of an excellent size and has views over the rear garden, with a dressing room and en suite bathroom featuring both walk-in glass shower and corner bath. There is a second guest bedroom with en suite bathroom, while the two additional double bedrooms share a family bathroom and cloakroom.
Boreham Road is one of Warminster’s most sought-after residential areas with many fine period houses. The town centre is within mostly level walking distance and features a wealth of amenities, including a nearby Waitrose store, a theatre, library, hospital and health clinics. Longleat & Stourhead estates are nearby. Bath and Salisbury are both within easy driving distance offering a much wider selection of social and recreational amenities also with excellent shopping centres. This area has become particularly sought-after because of the exceptional number of good schools, both state and private, at all levels including St John’s C of E Primary School (opposite), St George's Catholic Primary School, Warminster School, Marlborough College, St Mary's Calne and Dauntseys as well as the schools in Salisbury and Bath. Communications are excellent with the A303/M3 providing good access to London and the west country. Mainline rail services run from Warminster to London Waterloo with more regular services from Westbury to London Paddington and from Salisbury to London Waterloo.
Secluded from the road behind a high brick wall, the brick-paved driveway provides ample off-street parking for several cars, as well as a good-size detached garage with electric door. Access is via large electric wooden double gates, though there is also pedestrian access to Boreham Road. The rear garden has a favourable southerly aspect and is equally well proportioned, with an expansive level lawn and a number of seating areas, such as a pergola and patio. The garden enjoys a secluded feel with high wooden panel fencing and established shrubs enclosing the garden on three sides and a good degree of privacy provided by a number of trees.
Master Bedroom with En-suite