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An impressive house of over 3600sqft surrounded by its own garden, with stunning views over open fields and positioned in the heart of the accessible hamlet of Tytherington in the picturesque Wylye Valley.
St James House was built in 2002 and has been designed as a traditional farmhouse-style with brick and stone elevations under a tiled roof.
The accommodation is particularly well presented and the reception rooms are well arranged off a central hall. All the main rooms and conservatory are large and light, with westerly dual aspect views. The kitchen breakfast room is well positioned with an Aga, electric oven and gas fired cooker with a centrepiece Iroko island with a traditional larder a door opening onto the garden. As well as the very nicely proportioned drawing room, with Jetmaster fireplace with Bath stone mantel, dining room and study, there is a superb conservatory which provides ideal family and entertaining space with doors onto a stone terrace which opens onto the garden. The ground floor benefits from under floor heating throughout. Leading upstairs from the impressive oak staircase to the first floor are five bedrooms and four bathrooms, three of which are en-suite. There is ample storage and a large fitted walk in wardrobe in the master suite.
Outside there is a large area of lawned garden predominantly to the south and west of the property, together with a large paved terrace ideal for al-fresco entertaining. The property is accessed via a large driveway leading to the double garage.
In addition, there is the opportunity subject to separate negotiation to purchase additional land and or a two bedroomed cottage which would make an ideal annexe for elderly relatives or dependants.
The Wylye Valley is a particularly pretty valley running west from Salisbury towards Bath. There are numerous attractive walks over the surrounding countryside and there are excellent road and rail links nearby which provide access to London and the West Country. The A36 is 2 miles to the north and the A303 is 8.5 miles to the south and there are stations at Warminster, Salisbury and Bath which offer direct mainline services to London.
Tytherington is a quaint little hamlet, set amidst agricultural land and two farms. The nearby village of Sutton Veny has a well-regarded primary school and a pub. Heytesbury has two pubs and there are village shops at both Longbridge Deverill and Heytesbury, with larger centres at Warminster, Bath and Salisbury. Codford which is less than 4 miles away has a nursery and a primary school, a surgery and a vet. There is also an excellent range of prep, private and grammar schools for boys and girls in Salisbury and Bath as well as a wide range of shops and recreational facilities.
Three Bedrooms with En-Suites
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