4 Bedroom House Sold
An exceptional well-proportioned house with a high specification which has been further enhanced by the current owners pleasantly situated with views towards Laverstock Down and Figsbury Ring.
The property, which forms part of Throgmorton Hall, has well-proportioned light and airy
accommodation which exudes quality throughout which could be used in numerous configurations including a self-contained suite for a dependant relative. It forms part of a conversion of a former RAF Officers’ Mess which was constructed in 1935 and has all the grandeur and presence to be expected in such a building, in addition to
landscaped grounds which include two tennis courts, lawned areas and exercise and play areas. It is perfect as a lock-up and leave as it is a safe and secure gated Environment.
The accommodation includes a welcoming hall, re-fitted kitchen/breakfast room, separate dining room, large attractive sitting room, ground floor morning room and bedroom with en-suite shower which could be used as a guest suite
or alternatively for dependant relatives, laundry room, ground and first floor cloakrooms,
four double bedrooms, three of which include showers, extensive loft space, private garden to the front and rear with al-fresco eating and barbecue areas, double garage with electric doors, power sockets and water, visitors parking and intercom entry gates and side pedestrian gate. The property is in superb order and extremely well-appointed and a viewing is essential to fully appreciate its size (over 3,085 sq ft) its quality, elegance and refined location.
There is one-fifteenth ownership of a rented flat with income supporting maintenance of grounds run by the residents and a Management company. All residents have the use of two large reception halls for meetings and gatherings.
Welcoming hall with access to loft.
Boiler cupboard/Store: with Worcester gas fired boiler which was fitted approximately three years ago. Double glazing throughout house.
Cloakroom: WC and hanging space.
Inner Hall entry phone system and stairs to the first floor with storage beneath.
Laundry Room: 7'7" x 5'7" (2.3m x 1.7m). Ceramic sink, space for washing machine and tumble dryer, wall cupboards above and space for additional freezer.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 14'5" x 10'7". (4.4m x 3.23m.). Re-fitted and incorporating a one and a half bowl ceramic sink unit. Numerous base and wall units of cupboards and drawers. Integrated appliances including a Neff hob and double oven, microwave with warming drawer, a plumbed in Panasonic American style fridge/freezer and a Miele fitted dishwasher.
Dining Room 16'4" x 8.'7" (4.98m x 8.'0.18m). with marble flooring and a glass panelled door to the garden.
Morning Room: 16'5" x 8'5" (5m x 2.57m). with bedroom and en-suite shower room
Bedroom 8'2" x 7'6" (2.5m x 2.29m). with an en-suite shower
(The morning room and bedroom could be a self-contained annexe.)
Landing with stairs to second floor. Second entry phone system.
Bedroom 14'9" x 11'2" (4.5m x 3.4m). with an en-suite bathroom 9’7” x 8’6” with a corner bath and shower cubicle.
Cloakroom with WC and airing cupboard.
Sitting Room: 22' x 17'7" maximum (6.7m x 5.36m maximum). with a decorative marble fireplace with ornate oak surround. Extensive views across the surrounding countryside towards the Laverstock Downs.
Second Floor Landing: access to large loft the length of the house with lighting.
Family bathroom: 8'5" x 6' (2.57m x 1.83m).
Bedroom/Study 14'9" x 11'2" (4.5m x 3.4m). with fitted double wardrobes.
Principal Bedroom 22'1" x 17'9" (6.73m x 5.4m). with extensive fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom 9’7” x 8’6” with corner bath and shower cubicle. WC with concealed cistern and wash hand basin.
The property is pleasantly situated in the Old Sarum Conservation Area where there are local facilities which include a Co-op and a Nisa store in Porton. Throgmorton Hall is on a bus route and there is also a park & ride nearby with regular services into the City where there is an extensive range of educational, recreational and shopping facilities (including a Waitrose food and home store) which combine with a twice weekly market
and a mainline railway station with regular services into Waterloo. There is also a mainline railway station in Grateley which is easily accessible. Throgmorton Hall is on the outskirts of the City between the valleys of the Winterbournes on the River Bourne to the east and The Woodfords on the River Avon to the west.
To the front of the property there is an attractive Italian garden with seating, whilst to the rear there is an enclosed garden which measures approximately 65’ x 32’ where there are two projecting canopies, paved path, lawn, timber troughs with shrubs, seating area, numerous roses, well stocked flowerbeds and borders and an al-fresco seating and barbecue area. To the rear of the garden there is a gate which leads to the garaging 20’4” x 19’8” with two up and over roller doors, power, light and water, storage in the roof void. The well maintained grounds are around two acres and incorporate lawns, rose garden and exercise area and two recently refurbished tennis courts. All this land is
owned by the residents. There is also ample visitor parking.
Council tax Band G
Mains water, electricity, drainage, gas, Wi-Fi and telephone are available.
From our office in Castle Street proceed away from the City centre and at the roundabout take the second exit onto Castle Road. Continue along here passing Old Sarum on your left and at the Park & Ride roundabout turn right on to The Portway. Continue along here whereupon the entrance to Throgmorton Hall will be seen on the right hand side shortly after passing Green Lane.
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