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Superbly positioned in the heart of the highly sought after Salisbury village of Quidhampton is Fishermans Reach, a stunning collection of homes attractively designed and built as a barn style residences in 2005.
Occupying a discreet corner position is Wayback House, a substantial family home that effortlessly combines style, character and space and boasts glorious uninterrupted rural views across the grounds, meadows and River beyond.
The generous accommodation is superbly arranged over two floors with emphasis placed on the flow and functionality of the home. The welcoming entrance hall gives way to all principal reception rooms and provides an immediate view of the size, scope and quality of this individual home. There are several rooms of particular note, the wonderful kitchen/ breakfast room is a superb size providing the perfect hear of the home living space. The kitchen itself is well appointed with ample solid wood wall and base units, sizeable island and fitted appliances. Beyond the dining area sits in front of the triple Oak frame glazed elevation with views across neighbouring pasture land. The southerly aspect formal sitting room is bathed in natural light and has a stunning focal point fireplace with a wood burner, solid wood floors and triple full height French doors leading out to the rear terrace, again boasting staggering views across the meadows. In addition there is a lovely second reception room, currently used as a snug/ family room, but could be and was originally intended as a formal dining room with a warming open fire. There is a useful fully fitted utility room adjoining the kitchen that has access into the open, integral double car port. A cloakroom and generous study complete the excellent ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs there are four sizeable double bedrooms arranged around a stunning open gallery landing. The bedrooms are all a wonderful size, the master bedroom boasts a spectacular vaulted ceiling with doors opening onto a Juliet balcony with views to the south over the water meadows and Harnham Downs beyond. There is a full range of built in wardrobes and a beautifully appointed en-suite bathroom room. The second bedroom also has a modern en-suite bathroom with a large storage cupboard beyond, cleverly created by the current vendors to provide storage for the home. The further two well balanced bedrooms are serviced by a attractive family bathroom.
The property is a short walk from Salisbury city centre within the village of Quidhampton which has a village hall and public house. Salisbury City Centre has regionally recognised retail, cultural and educational establishments, as well as a range of award winning restaurants and bars. The property is within walking distance of these as well as being in a prime position to reach both Bishops & South Wilts Grammar Schools, and Salisbury Cathedral School, Leaden Hall, Chafyn Grove, Leehurst Swan, Godolphin School and Preparatory School. Salisbury train station offers direct links to London Waterloo in 83 minutes.
Fishermans Reach is positioned away from the main village road, approached by a private driveway. The homes are arranged around a shared courtyard, with a wonderful views across the surrounding countryside greeting you as you approach the homes.
To the front of the home there is ample parking for several cars, including in the integral two bay carport. The vendors have created a large secure storage area at the rear of the carport. There is a decorative front garden. Behind an attractive box hedge there is a shingled area interspersed with pretty shrubs and colourful climbers and specimen trees. A pathway connects the to the front door.
The main gardens, and most note worthy feature are found tot he rear of the home. The formal grounds the formal garden is predominantly laid to mature lawn flanked by well stocked, abundant beds and borders full of mature herbaceous shrubs and trees. The paved terrace abuts the rear of the home, wrapping across the rear and to the side of the home the perfect position to entertain and dine alfresco and the ideal vantage point to best enjoy the vista beyond with a excellent degree of privacy and an enviable southerly aspect. The formal garden is separated from the jointly owned 3.5 acres of water meadows by a Ha-ha, providing the seamless view from the garden. The jointly owned meadows extend to the River Nadder and has the benefit of single bank fishing rights.
Two Bedrooms with En-suites
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