4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
A particularly attractive Grade II listed mid 19th Century village house which exudes charm and warmth with charming accommodation and an attractive garden with a meandering stream, detached double garage and parking pleasantly situated in the popular village of Teffont Magna.
The property is a delightful detached village house which has been in the same ownership for twenty years. It has charming accommodation which has numerous interesting and historic features and the accommodation provides for easy and refined living.
It is approached through an enclosed entrance porch which has log stores either side which gives access to a hall with stairs to first floor and a cupboard and desk recess beneath. The main hall leads in to a back hall where there is coat hanging space and a cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin with cupboards beneath. There is also a rear door which leads in to the garden. To the left of the hall there is a gracious sitting room with an attractive bow window which overlooks the garden and the open farmland beyond. There is also a fireplace with a marble and Adam style surround and a fitted woodburner. There is also an exposed ceiling timber. Beyond the sitting room is a study/library which has French doors to the garden and a sun room with stone flooring and doors to the garden. To the right of the hall there is a dining room with a deep recess (former fireplace) and a fitted cupboard. The kitchen/breakfast room is undoubtedly a ‘cooks’ kitchen with a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit, numerous base and wall units of cupboards and drawers, deep work surfaces, integrated appliances including a Neff double oven, five ringed Belling hob and extractor canopy above with fan and light, space for refrigerator and plumbing and space for automatic washing machine, deep hatch with sliding shutter which leads through to the dining room and utility room.
The utility room has a single drainer sink unit with cupboard beneath, plumbing and space for automatic washing machine and space for freezer, coat hooks and fitted cupboards. On the first floor there is a landing with access to loft and a shelved airing cupboard. The principal bedroom has delightful views and also has fitted cupboards and shelving and there is a large en-suite bathroom which has a white suite of panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wash hand basin with drawers beneath and WC (there is also a separate WC). Towel warmer. Access to loft, fitted wardrobes and towel radiator.
The second bedroom has delightful views and a wash hand basin in addition to fitted wardrobes and the third bedroom has an original fireplace, fitted cupboards and a shelved arched recess, whilst the fourth bedroom also has fitted wardrobes, cupboards and open shelving. There is also a shower room with a large cubicle and Aqualiser shower, wash hand basin with cupboards beneath and a towel warmer.
En-suite to principal bedroom
The property is situated in the very attractive village of Teffont Magna which lies in the popular Nadder Valley which is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Nadder Valley lies between the Chalke and Wylye Valleys and has a particularly beautiful topography which is predominantly pasture and arable land with a good deal of ancient woodland. The village of Teffont is linked to Teffont Evias which is the home to the well regarded Howards’s House Hotel.
The village has a church and reading room, whilst the nearby popular village of Tisbury has good local facilities including specialist shops such as a delicatessen, convenience store, fish mongers, excellent wine merchant, butcher and chemist in addition to a sports and community centre, GP surgery and a dentist.
Teffont is an excellent base from which to explore many miles of local footpaths and bridleways and there are a variety of rural pursuits available including walking, riding, cycling and traditional field sports including racing at Salisbury, Wincanton and Newbury, golf at Rushmore and South West Wilts and a range of watersports on the nearby south coast.
The Cathedral City of Salisbury is approximately twelve miles away and provides an excellent range of educational, recreational, leisure and shopping facilities which combine with a twice weekly market in addition to a mainline railway station (Waterloo). Communications are excellent with the A303 (2.3 miles) providing a link to the M3, M25 and London, or the west country and the A30 (5 miles) linking to the M27 at junction 2. Tisbury station provides a mainline railway service to London Waterloo which takes a little under two hours.
There are a number of excellent schools within reach including Port Regis, Sandroyd, Kings School Bruton, Godolphin, Clayesmore, Sherborne, Bryanston, Dauntsey’s, Canford and Downside. There are also the very well regarded boys’ and girls’ grammar schools in Salisbury.
To the front of the property there is a picket gate which leads to a gravel path which is flanked by a lawn with numerous shrubs on the front boundary. To the side of the property there is a drive which leads to a detached double garage which has an electrically operated up and over door in addition to storage in the roof void and a workshop area. There is also additional parking to the side.
To the rear there is an attractive garden with footbridges which cross a stream which meanders through it and where there is also crazy paved and brick paths and seating areas, lawns, numerous trees and shrubs and an attractive backdrop of open fields. There are also storage sheds.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. The central heating is supplied by a Daikin air source heat pump.
From Salisbury proceed in a westerly direction on the A36 and at the roundabout to the north of Wilton take the first exit into the Town Centre. Continue through the traffic lights on to West Street towards Shaftesbury and just after two miles on reaching Barford St Martin, turn right at the sharp left hand bend on to the B3089. Continue through Dinton and on to Teffont Magna following the road round to the right whereupon the property will be seen after a short distance on the left hand side.
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