West Tytherley, Salisbury Sp5 1Nt

House with 6 bedrooms

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£925,000

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West Tytherley, Salisbury Sp5 1Nt

An attractive detached extended cottage together with a separate detached annexe cottage, stables, sand manege, paddocks, copse and mature garden, amounting in all to about 3.3 acres, privately situated on the outskirts of this popular village with no immediate neighbours.

DESCRIPTION

This is an interesting opportunity, especially for those looking for a private rural setting and land, either for horses or just the seclusion and space.  Within a mature garden setting of over half an acre there are two detached cottages, the main large dwelling is particularly attractive and both have partly thatched roofs. There is also a small thatched barn divided into two loose boxes, an old well, some impressive mature trees, a pond and plenty of parking.  The current equine set up offers three pasture enclosures, manège and large hard-standing for storage or lorry if required.  In recent years the former owner acquired a half acre belt of mainly deciduous trees to the side of the manège running down to the pond.

LOCATION

The property is situated on the south western outskirts of the quiet rural village of West Tytherley, surrounded by rolling farmland, which has a range of amenities including a village shop/post office, church, public house, a well-regarded Church of England primary school and Norman Court Montessori day nursery. There is an excellent range of both private and state schools in the surrounding area including Farleigh School, Chafyn Grove, Godolphin and both girls and boys grammar schools in Salisbury. The village is conveniently situated between the cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester which provide comprehensive shopping and amenity facilities. The pretty Test Valley town of Stockbridge is also nearby and has a good range of shops, pub/restaurants and hotels as well as a doctor’s surgery, junior and secondary schools. There is an excellent network of roads in the area to all parts of the country including the A303, A34, M3 and M27 coastal motorway. There are mainline railway stations at Salisbury, Winchester and Grateley on the Waterloo line.

ACCOMMODATION

MAIN COTTAGE   
Constructed of washed brick and timber under thatch with side and rear tiled extensions.  Path leads to Yew PORCH with tiled roof.  Lantern style light.  Panelled door into:

ENTRANCE HALL  Herringbone ceramic tiled floor.  Wall light.  Panel pitch pine doors into open plan sitting room with separate living/dining area and kitchen/breakfast room.

OPEN PLAN SITTING ROOM WITH SEPARATE LIVING / DINING AREA  
Sitting Area (Dual aspect)  Wide brick fireplace with exposed brick hearth and wide display sill extending to side of chimney breast with Rollendale log burning stove.  Windows to front and rear aspect.  Wall light points.  Exposed chamfered ceiling timber.  Step up to either side of vertical timber into:
Living/Dining Area  (Dual aspect)  Exposed floor boards and chamfered ceiling timber. Windows to front and rear aspect.  Ledged and braced pine door into boot room with study area and door into the family bathroom.  Wall light points.  Staircase leading to pine door and half landing with further stairs splitting and leading up to the first floor landings.

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM  (Triple aspect L-shaped room)  Attractive exposed brick and timber frame elevations to two walls.  Sink unit with mixer tap and drainer. Range of high and low level oak fronted cupboards and drawers incorporating a full height larder style cupboard.  Roll top work surfaces including a peninsular breakfast bar area. Free-standing cooker.   Recess for fridge.  Under-counter Worcester oil fired boiler.  Integrated dishwasher.  Windows on three aspects.  Stained glass window.  Ceiling spot lights

SIDE HALL / BOOT ROOM WITH STUDY AREA  Half glazed door to outside.  Herringbone ceramic tiled floor.  Window to side aspect.  Alcove suitable for desk/study area.  Exposed framework to one wall.  Pendant light point.  Panel door into:

BATHROOM  White site comprising panelled bath with mixer tap/shower attachment, wall mounting and glass screen.  Heritage wash hand basin set in roll top sill, cupboard/drawer beneath.  Low level WC with concealed cistern.  Towel radiator.  Obscure glazed window.  LED down lighters.  Extractor fan.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING ONE   Pine doors to bedrooms, one, three and four.  

BEDROOM ONE  (Double bedroom)  Exposed purlins and wind braces.  Small pane window to front aspect with views towards the annexe cottage, stables and paddocks.  Built-in wardrobe cupboard with further shelved cupboard to side extending into eaves space.  Single wardrobe cupboard.  Pine door into:
En Suite Cloakroom  Low level WC.  Wash hand basin.  Ceiling light point.  Towel radiator.  Extractor fan.

BEDROOM THREE  (Dual aspect)  Window to front aspect.  Further window to gable end with view towards manège.  Pendant light point.

BEDROOM FOUR  Small pane window to gable with view towards manège.  Pendant light point.

LANDING TWO   Window to side aspect. Panel door into:

GUEST / BEDROOM TWO  Small pane picture window to side aspect. Alcove.  Pendant light point.  Access into loft space.  Panel door into:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM  Pedestal wash hand basin.  Low level WC.  Glass door into shower cubicle.  Towel radiator.
 
ANNEXE COTTAGE
Constructed of washed brick, 1½ storey section thatched, smaller single storey under tile with hay loft over.  Outside light.  Panel door into:

RECEPTION HALL  Shelving.  Ceiling light point.  Pine latch doors into substantial living/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and bathroom.

SUBSTANTIAL OPEN PLAN LIVING / DINING ROOM  (Triple aspect)  Pine staircase with chamfered balustrade to either side rising to first floor.  Picture window to rear aspect overlooking garden and pond.  Glazed double doors with full height glazing to opposite aspect with views over the paddocks.  Small pane window towards stables.  Wall light points.

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM  Sink unit with half bowl, drainer and mixer tap.  High and low level cupboards.  Under-counter Bosch oven.  Four ring hob.  Roll top work surfaces.  Quarry tiled floor.  Former fireplace (not in use) with recess to either side (one with space for fridge/freezer, the other with double louvre doors housing Worcester LPG fired boiler.  Shelving.  Ceiling light points.  Window.

BATHROOM  White suite comprising pine panelled bath with mixer tap/shower attachment with wall mounting, glass screen and tiled sill.  Wall hung basin.  Low level WC.  Window.  Ceiling light point.  

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING  (Skeiling ceiling with restricted ceiling height)  Double louvre doors into linen cupboard.  Latch doors into bedrooms.  

BEDROOM ONE   Pine clad skeiling ceiling with exposed purlins limiting ceiling height at eaves.  Window to gable end.  Spot lights.  Doors to low cupboard with light.

BEDROOM TWO  Pine clad skeiling ceiling with exposed purlins limiting ceiling height at eaves.  Window to gable end.  Ceiling light point.  

OUTSIDE

Two five bar gated entrances off village land lead onto a compressed shingle driveway providing ample parking and turning.  The cottage, annexe cottage and stables are surrounded by mature gardens and grounds (about 0.62 acres) laid mainly to lawn interspersed with mature trees, shrubs and well screened on each boundary.  Pond.

THE STABLES  Constructed of rustic weatherboard elevations beneath a thatched roof with tiled wood store to end, divided into two loose boxes with stable doors and vaulted ceilings.

THE PADDOCKS AND MANEGE (About 2.1 acres) Comprise level pasture divided into three enclosures surrounded by post and rail fencing.  Large field shelter.  Shelter is offered by mature trees and shrubs to the boundaries.

The main driveway extends to a large hard standing extending to one end of the manège, ideal for horse trailer/lorry and additional storage.  Herb garden.  Two timber storage sheds (one in need of replacement).

Path continues up to a sand manège enclosed with post and rail fencing.  Wiring in place for lighting.  Attractive belt of mature trees (about 0.5 acres) lies to the western side of the manège dividing it from the other lane.

SERVICES

Mains water and electricity.  Private drainage. Central heating to each cottage (main cottage: oil, annexe cottage: LPG).  Excellent fibre broadband direct to each property available.

DIRECTIONS    POST CODE  SP5 1NT.

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