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Entered via a porch leading to an internal hallway, the property has three good size reception rooms on the ground floor with good ceiling heights giving the property a spacious feel. To the front of the property the study features an open fireplace and would easily make a separate snug or family room, while the attractive sitting room also has a pleasant front aspect via patio doors opening to a paved terrace, with a notable feature being the stone fireplace with wood burner. From the sitting room there is access to a dining room with doors to the garden and a traditional country style kitchen fitted with a range of wall and floor units. With space for a breakfast table ideal for family meals, the kitchen also has several integrated appliances including an oven, dishwasher and hob. Further space for appliances is available in the utility room, which also opens to the garden.
From the hall there are stairs leading to the first floor, where there are three charming bedrooms. There is an impressive master bedroom, which has a lovely double aspect over the front and rear gardens as well as a wall of built in wardrobes. Completing the accommodation is a family bathroom with a fitted bath tub and shower over with glass shower screen.
The twin villages of Teffont Magna and Teffont Elias are located in the Nadder Valley within the heart of Wiltshire, connected via a quiet country lane. The chalk stream villages offer a thriving community, including an active village hall offering a number of activities for residents including a pop-up bakery, yoga classes, film club and art exhibitions. Local facilities are available at Chilmark and Tisbury, the latter has a railway station offering mainline services to London Waterloo, high street shops and a new leisure centre. For more extensive facilities the market town of Shaftesbury is easily accessible to the west and the cathedral city of Salisbury to the east. Teffont is within a few miles of the A303 and the A36, giving access to the M3 motorway, Southampton, Bristol and Bath.
The property is located close to the heart of the village and set in an elevated position up a tarmac drive. The front garden is laid to a good size lawn area with hedges to the three sides providing seclusion. There is ample parking available on the drive with space for one car in a car port in front of a single garage, which has been boarded to provide storage. The front door is accessed via a lovely paved patio area providing space for garden furniture. To the rear there is a most delightful garden with a spacious lawn rising to include part of a beautiful woodland area. The garden is enclosed by wood panel fencing to the left and hedges and tall trees to the rear and right, with a number of shrubs and beds providing year-round interest.
Garage with Storage
Three Reception Rooms
Desirable Village Location
Front and Rear Gardens
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