An amazingly spacious and beautifully presented home located in the wonderful Wiltshire village of East Knoyle
A beautifully presented and spacious detached home located within the sought after Wiltshire Village of East Knoyle.
The flexible accommodation includes an entrance hall, dual aspect sitting room, study, kitchen, dining room, utility room, four bedrooms, and a family bathroom.
Additionally on the ground floor are two further receptions rooms, shower room and wet room that could be transformed into a self contained Annexe (stp).
To the side, a further hardscaped garden is present that is once more full of planting, mature shrubbery and beautiful colour that will change with the seasons.
At the rear is a stunning view of Wiltshire countryside that can be enjoyed on the terrace that overlooks it.
The beautiful and typically English Village of East Knoyle is located on the Wiltshire/Dorset boarder with its surrounding area well known for its natural beauty and undulating countryside, yet is still extremely accessible, as the A303 is about two miles north of the village and provides access to the national motorway systems and airports via the M3 and access to the coast via the A350.
East Knoyle, the birthplace of one of England’s best known historical architects Sir Christopher Wren also offers a strong amenities in the form of a well thought of public house The Fox & Hounds, the Church of St. Mary, community shop and post office as well as variety of clubs including a drama club and wine society.
The area is also very popular because of the excellent selection of schools at all levels. There are popular primary schools in the local villages and Salisbury has retained its grammar schools. Public schools in the area include Warminster, St Mary's Shaftesbury, Port Regis, St Mary's, Bryanston, Sandroyd, Canford and Sherborne. Salisbury has the Cathedral School, Chafyn Grove, Leaden Hall and Godolphin.
The nearby towns of Shaftesbury and Gillingham and the large village of Tisbury located in the Nadder Valley have a range of services to cater for most everyday needs including a main line railway station from Tisbury to London (Waterloo).
The property is connected to mains water, electricity, and drainage. The property also offers oil fired central heating.
Wiltshire Council Band F.
The property is approached via a gravel driveway that runs to the left of the house. At the front of the house is a graveled parking area that is secured by a 5 bar wooden gate. In addition, the front garden also presents an area of lawn, and well stocked boarders that a bursting with colour and vibrant planting. A tranquil and private paved terrace is on offer as well as planting shed.
To the side of the property is a further hardscaped area that is once more full with colourful planting, mature shrubbery and thriving climbers.
At the rear of the house is a stunning view of the neighboring Wiltshire countryside that can be enjoyed from the terrace. The rear of the house also offers further parking and access to the utility room.
Strictly by appointment, only with Boatwrights.