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Stoford, Salisbury

Wiltshire
25 Mar 2014

Chesterton Humberts - Salisbury
Address of property to sell:
Stoford House, Stoford, Salisbury
SP2 0PJ
Telephone: 01722 324422
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£595,000

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FULL DETAILS

The property retains much of the original character with a later extension of the rear. With an elegant rendered façade and lovely original sash windows the house offers beautifully presented and extremely light, well proportioned accommodation.

The Study is also at the front of the property has a large Inglenook fireplace with storage cupboard to the side and shuttered window with seat. From the Entrance Hall a glazed panel and door leads to a very spacious Dining Room, which has wooden floor and french door with shutters opening to the garden.

The Kitchen is fitted with wooden cupboards, plumbing for a dishwasher and an oil fired AGA. There is a downstairs cloakroom and a separate Utility Room with plumbing and appliance space and offers more than enough room for dogs, coats and boots etc.

On the first floor the landing has study area with fitted bookshelving. The large Master Bedroom has built-in cupboards and opens to a spacious Dressing Room/Bedroom 4, which in turn opens to the en suite bathroom.

There are two further double bedrooms, both with built in cupboards and a family bathroom with separate W/C.

Outside

Stoford House is approached via a gravelled circular drive, edged with lovely herbaceous borders and beautiful old roses. With a sweeping lawn to the front, the house is exceptionally well screened with mature shrubs and trees which form a delightful surround for the property.

A brick, flint and timber garage/outbuilding stands to the side of the drive, with power connected and an adjoining area of enclosed garden. An archway leads through to a hidden area of vegetable garden.

The enclosed courtyard area at the rear of the house has a magnificent climbing rose trained to the elevations, forms an ideal spot for informal dining. The mature and very secluded formal gardens are a delight, with gentle steps rising through a series of rose covered archways to an expansive lawn edged with espaliered apple trees and surrounded by mature shrubs and specimen trees. Along with a gravelled parterre with clipped box and formal pond, there are many lovely areas in which to sit and enjoy the beautifully stocked herbaceous borders which have been carefully planted to provide colour and interest throughout the year.

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