A delightful detached period cottage situated in the desirable village of Middle Winterslow with a thatched roof and modern extensions that create a versatile layout for family living.
Built in the 1700s, the property has been sympathetically extended by the current owners to maximise the space whilst retaining many original features; there are exposed dark wood beams throughout and fireplaces in the reception rooms, including an impressive inglenook in the main sitting room, as well as the extensions benefit from underfloor heating.
On the ground floor, are two receptions, a fifth bedroom with en suite wet room and a contemporary kitchen by the English Kitchen Company, complete with an Aga and central island with butler sink. The accommodation is completed by a study and separate workshop accessed via an external door.
Accessed via a spiral staircase, the first floor accommodation comprises four bedrooms and a modern family bathroom arranged around a central landing.
The characterful master bedroom boasts exposed beams and a sizeable en suite shower room.
The property is set in the pretty rural village of Winterslow surrounded by picturesque countryside ideal for enjoying various rural pursuits such as walking, riding and cycling. The Winterslows are located approximately six miles north east of the Cathedral city of Salisbury which has excellent recreational facilities including a cinema, leisure centre, arts centre and theatre. The city also offers a thriving shopping centre and traditional market with a good train station offering London Waterloo in approximately 83 minutes. Grateley Station is 9 miles to the north of Winterslow and also offers fast links to London. Salisbury has a wide choice of primary and secondary schools, including both grammar schools, which boast excellent Ofsted reports. Winterslow itself offers a fantastic range of local amenities within close proximity including a village shop, post office, doctors' surgery, pub, churches, a modern village hall and two large recreation grounds. There is also a wonderful pre-school group and a local primary school, Winterslow C of E Primary School.
Climbing plants adorn the façade of this stunning red brick cottage which is set back from the road behind an in-and-out gravel driveway surrounded by an abundance of flowering plants and small trees.
A farm-style gate at the side of the property leads to an organic garden laid to lawn with stepping stone pathways and a wealth of wildlife inhabitants including bees, butterflies, bats, hedgehogs and many different birds. Trees and bushes of various sizes offer seclusion and a detached garage with log store has many potential uses. To the rear of the garden is a shed with power.
Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room
Four Further Bedrooms