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An award winning landmark contemporary house which is a showcase for Danish innovation and design in a garden of around two acres.
Treetops represents an uncompromised expression of individuality where breathtaking architecture unites with exceptional interior design culminating in a sensational landmark house which provides a lifestyle like no other.
It embraces and compliments its surroundings where floor to ceiling glass seamlessly integrates inside with out, while the ever changing seasons provide a dramatic canvas to everyday life. It perfectly balances ingenuity and elegance and has a refined design where attention to every detail has been without compromise. There is expansive glazing that floods the open plan living area with bright natural light and extends the boundaries of the living space. As a consequence it provides contemporary luxury living on an unprecedented scale.
Natural textures, rich tones and subtle lighting create distinctive and inspiring living space where there is an exceptional level of finish with every detail meticulously crafted with fixtures and fittings carefully selected for both form and function.
The quality of design and materials extends from the exterior right through to the smallest interior details. Treetops is environmentally friendly and respects the local environment and the overall appearance has been inspiringly designed to reflect the agricultural and vernacular nature of its surroundings. The design, however, is not just about the physical places, it is also about lifestyles and evolving needs and the purchasers of Treetops are likely to be those who want and demand something different - which exudes a sense of luxury which is complimented by Danish style and innovation.
At approximately 5,000 sq ft Treetops is a large house by anyones standards and it is a master piece providing a very comfortable lifestyle with open plan living which overflows to the outside which makes it a perfect house for entertaining.
Hall Stairs to first floor with ash treads and glass and metal ballustrading.
En-suite wet room and dressing room
Store room/sauna/dressing room
Sitting space with bi-folding doors to balcony and doors to terrace. Freestanding Diligence woodburner. Extensive views.
Kitchen Svane kitchen with Gagganeau conventional and steam ovens. Siemens plumbed in American style fridge/freezer. Granite worksurfaces. Quooker tap and washing up liquid dispensing nozzle.
Family/Day Room Morso woodburner. Stairs to second floor.
Utility /Boot Room extensive shelving and cupboards.
Rear lobby cloaks hanging space.
Landing seating area: storage cupboards and mood lighting. Extensive views.
Jack & Jill bathroom
Bedroom 5/games room
Additional Features | Solid ash floors, doors and stairs
| Marble sinks
| Automatic lighting
| Zoned intruder and fire alarm
| B & O music system
| Heat recovery ventilation system
| Tilt and slide external doors on ground floor
| Rainwater harvesting system
| Air to water heat pump providing hot water
| Electrolux beam central vacuum system
| Water softener
Treetops occupies an exceptional location in Stapleford, which is in one of the Five River Valleys which converge in the Cathedral city of Salisbury and is commonly regarded as one of the most attractive and popular. Treetops enjoys far reaching views to the front as well as backing on to open fields. Stapleford has won the best kept village award in the past and there is a public house in the village as well as a garage convenience store. There is the Boot Inn at Berwick St James (Good Food Guide entry 10 years running) and a farm shop which is just over a couple of miles away with further facilities approximately five miles away in Wilton. The Cathedral city of Salisbury, which is just over eight miles away, has a wide range of educational, recreational, leisure and shopping facilities which combine with a twice weekly market in addition to a mainline railway station with good connections to Waterloo, Exeter, Bath, Bristol and Southampton. There are excellent private schools within easy reach. The village is also very convenient for the A36 and A303 which give direct access to nearby centres and the M3 and Thames Valley.
The village is surrounded by some very attractive countryside which caters for all manner of country pursuits.
Double garage with electrically operated roller door and additional car bay.
Sweeping shingle and tarmac drive.
Two garden sheds.
Around 2 acres of grounds incorporating a vegetable patch, beech hedging, orchard, lawn, quadruple section log store, large paved terrace and extensive outside lighting, urn irrigation system, paved paths, Wisteria walk way and raised flower beds.
Council Tax Band G.
Mains water, drainage and electricity are available.
From Salisbury proceed in a westerly direction along the Wilton Road and at the roundabout to the north of Wilton continue straight across onto the A36 continue along here and on reaching Stapleford turning opposite the Pelican Inn onto Over Street whereupon Treetops will be seen after a short distance on the left hand side.