Myddelton & Major are pleased to bring to the market Gallards Mead in The Street, Chilmark, an impressive detached house with a guide price of £675,000.
Residential Sales Negotiator Jack Stredwick said: “Gallards Mead was originally built in 1972 (with later additions) and provides flexible, well-proportioned and well presented living accommodation.
“The property is sited in grounds of approximately one quarter of an acre, set back from The Street and with an attractive winterbourne running along the front boundary.
“Whilst to the rear, the south-west facing garden is a very good size with space for a fruit and vegetable garden and greenhouse etc.”
The gravelled drive leads to the front door, which is sheltered by a porch.
This opens into the entrance hall which is welcoming and spacious with stairs to the first floor.
The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of stone effect worktops and a matching breakfast bar with cream high and low level storage units.
There is a 1½ bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above), a Stoves electric hob (with an extractor hood above), Stoves eye-line electric, double oven, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for an under-counter fridge and free-standing fridge/freezer.
There are also windows to the front and rear and a door to the utility room which is fitted with a matching worktop to the kitchen/breakfast room, a ceramic butler sink (with a mixer tap above) and space and plumbing for a washer/dryer.
A door leads to the garden and another door leads to the double garage which has an up and over door, electric power and light, space for a workbench and double doors to the garden.
The dining room is a well proportioned and light room (with plenty of space for a dining table and associated furniture). This naturally opens into the garden room which is a good size and, in combination with the dining room, is a very versatile space.
The sitting room is a very good size ‘L’ shaped room with two windows letting in plenty of natural light.
A Clearview woodburner stands on a limestone hearth with a carved limestone surround and double doors open onto the garden.
The study, while currently used as such, has built-in bookshelves and a window to the front and would make a further, good-sized reception room if required.
The ground floor cloakroom is well fitted with a concealed cistern WC and a wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above).
Stairs from the entrance hall lead up to the spacious first floor landing which has an access hatch to the loft space (which has a pull down ladder and is insulated and partially boarded).
Bedroom one is a good sized, light double bedroom with a large window, a dressing area and a door to the en suite shower room which is stylishly fitted with a large shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above and cupboard below) and underfloor heating.
Bedroom two, being the principal bedroom is a very good sized double room with two windows, a built in wardrobe and an archway to the dressing room which has plenty of space for a dressing table and associated furniture and a window to the rear.
The en suite bathroom is stylish and very well fitted with a panelled bath (with a mixer tap above), a large walk-in shower cubicle, WC and a vanitory unit containing a wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above), cupboards and underfloor heating.
Bedroom three is a further double bedroom with two windows, an extensive range of built-in wardrobes and an airing cupboard (with an unvented hot water tank with immersion heater and slatted shelving).
Bedroom four is another good sized bedroom with a window to the front.
The family bathroom is fitted with a panelled bath (with a Mira Jump electric shower above) and a vanitory unit containing a concealed cistern WC, wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above) and built-in cupboards.
To the front of the property is a large gravelled drive which leads to both the double garage and front door, providing off-road parking for four vehicles.
The front garden has been mainly laid to lawn with shrubs and flower beds containing mature planting.
Separating the property from The Street is an attractive winterbourne.
A gravelled path gives access to the rear by way of a wrought iron, inset gate.
Immediately to the rear of the property is an area of paved patio, with the rest of the garden mainly laid to lawn.
There is a range of outbuildings including a workshop (with electric power and light), timber shed and greenhouse.
The rear garden is a particular feature of the property, being private and facing south-west, and the plot extends to approximately one quarter of an acre in total.
Chilmark is a pretty and very popular village located approximately 12 miles to the west of the cathedral city of Salisbury in the Nadder Valley. The village has a well-regarded primary school, public house and village hall and is surrounded by countryside with plenty of options for walking and riding etc.
Salisbury has a more extensive range of facilities – shopping, leisure, cultural and educational (including a number of well thought of fee-paying schools and two grammar schools), as well as a mainline train station with trains to London Waterloo (journey approximately 90 minutes).
The thriving town of Tisbury lies approximately three miles away with a variety of services including a butchers, florist, delicatessen, public houses, doctors surgery, leisure centre and mainline station.
Contact Myddelton & Major for more details and viewings of other properties on: 01722 337575 or visit: www.myddeltonmajor.co.uk