A superb opportunity to purchase a substantial detached Grade II listed period home of great character and space in the highly sought after village of Netheravon.
The original house is believed to date back to the 18th century and was transformed by later additions, yet retains the character and architectural style of the original parts. Once three cottages, the home has been subject to a sympathetic yet stylish schedule of modernisation and refurbishment including the creation of a useful annexe.
The arrangement and flow of the accommodation is a particular feature, set over 3 floors and offering ultimate versatility in how it can be used. The ground floor accommodation comprises a generous sitting room with an abundance of period features such as exposed beams and inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove. Adjacent is the formal dining room with an open fireplace that in turn leads on to the farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room. This lovely room is beautifully appointed and boasts a wonderful light atmosphere with a vaulted ceiling and fitted with ample wall and base cupboards and a range cooker. There is ample space for a large breakfast table. Beyond there is the snug that in turns leads through to the central hall. The annexe is then beyond an internal lobby with a cloakroom. The annexe comprises a sitting room, utility room/kitchen, shower room and bedroom and can be accessed from inside the home or through a separate entrance.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms. The first floor has been reconfigured creating a master bedroom with modernised en-suite bathroom. The remaining bedrooms are well proportioned, two excellent doubles and are serviced by an updated, well presented family bathroom. There are a further two bedrooms on the second floor, prime for reconfiguration if required.
We thoroughly recommend an internal inspection at your earliest opportunity to appreciate the deceptive accommodation this home offers.
The village of Netheravon, lies in the Avon Valley in the heart of Salisbury Plain and has a good range of amenities including a primary school, post office/general store, church and public house. Salisbury offers more extensive amenities including shopping, a theatre, cinema and its historic Cathedral. The A303 is about five miles linking to the M3 and the South West. There are excellent local schools in the area including Marlborough College, Dauntsey’s, St Mary’s Calne, Godolphin, St. Francis Prep, Chaffyn Grove, Leadon Hall and Farleigh. TRAIN SERVICES: Mainline stations can be found in Grately, Salisbury and Pewsey, serving London Paddington and Waterloo.
The home is perfectly positioned in the heart of this much sought after thriving village.
This beautiful home boasts a wealth of curb appeal with stunning brick and flint behind a walled front boundary. The front gardens are abundantly planted with established vibrant herbaceous beds and borders, a sumptuous welcoming to this stunning home.
The garden to the rear is walled and boasts a wonderful degree of privacy. The mature lawn is flanked by established floral and shrub beds and borders.
A side gate leads out to the private parking and the detached garage. There is a right of way over Old Brewery Lane to access the parking and garage.
Master Bedroom with En-suite
Four Further Bedrooms
One Bedroom Annexe