Fairwinds is a well-proportioned, semi-detached family home on the edge of the sought-after village of Pitton, improved in recent years to open up the interiors to create ample living space well suited to family life. The property enjoys a spacious plot with captivating views over the surrounding Wiltshire countryside and neighbouring farmland. The extended and versatile accommodation is arranged in a flexible layout offering a variety of uses, while the three generous reception rooms will be well received by growing families seeking space. The 22ft sitting room enjoys a triple aspect and fireplace with with wood burning stove and french windows opening onto the garden, creating a bright and airy room ideal for entertaining; this is linked by double doors opening into the dining room which also has good views of the garden and countryside. Beyond the dining room is the large third reception room, currently used as an office, (so is ideal for those who work from home), but could be a playroom/fourth bedroom/granny annexe or study; this room also has access to, and views of, the garden. The modern kitchen features good storage within a selection of country-style units, with further space available in the utility room which once served as the main kitchen. Completing the ground floor is a cloakroom.
The first floor of this spacious house is equally well arranged with three good-sized double bedrooms accessed from a a central landing. The master bedroom is particularly generous with a basin and fitted storage, while there are additional built in units within bedroom two and the landing. The three bedrooms share a well-appointed family bathroom.
The property is offered in a good condition throughout and we highly recommend a viewing to fully appreciate the size and position this home has to offer.
The village of Pitton lies about five miles to the east of Salisbury and is most picturesque, surrounded by rolling countryside. Located in the centre of the village are a range of facilities including a popular primary school, general store and Post Office, thriving village hall, historic church of St Peter, sports fields and tennis courts and a well-regarded public house, The Silver Plough. There are also regular buses and school buses to and from the village. 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.
Enjoying a delightful setting on the edge of the village, the property has a rural feel and benefits from stunning countryside views across its own gardens and surrounding farmland of rolling fields and hills.
The plot is of a generous size, amounting to approx. 0.7 acres and includes a large area of open paddock, with access from both the road and the drive. The property is approached via a gravel driveway with a good size parking area affording parking for several cars, with borders providing colour. Extending around the back of the property the extensive lawn provides excellent scope for further landscaping, currently including a variety of maturing shrubs and a hedgerow boundary, or with space for a smallholding or vegetable plot. Adjacent to the rear of the house is a curved patio edged by an established border, providing space for outdoor dining. The garden also features a potting shed and timber summerhouse with electricity.
Study/Bedroom Four/Potential Granny Annexe/Playroom