This property consists of two homes with separate titles. The larger of the two is an exceptional family home which has five bedrooms and an abundance of living space. The separate cottage has a large bedroom and dressing room and is currently let on a short term assured tenancy, providing excellent income, alternatively it would be perfect for providing independent living accommodation for dependent relatives or care givers.
The main house is entered through a hall with wooden floors, to the right is a large double reception room with a combined length of 32ft, naturally divided by the chimney breast with a wood burning fire on each side, these rooms are used as a sitting room and dining room. To the left of the hall is a sizable study with fitted bookshelves, an open fireplace and south facing windows that let in a good deal of light. There is a third reception room, currently used as a family room and home office, however it’s size would allow for multiple other uses such as an art/music studio or games room. To the rear there is a large country style kitchen and breakfast room, with garden access and views overlooking the grounds and fields beyond. Completing the ground floor are two double bedrooms, both of which have their own bathrooms, and a utility and boot room, with a nearby downstairs shower room.
Over the first floor are three well-arranged double bedrooms, one of which has a dressing room and another has an en suite bathroom. There is also a good-sized family bathroom with a bathtub and separate walk in shower.
Externally there is a double garage with a second floor above, and ample off road parking for further vehicles. To the front there is a large lawn that sets the house back from the road, and to the rear is a large well-manicured lawn, patio area and a few gardening plots with plenty of space for more to be put in for a keen gardener.
The next-door cottage is well proportioned and situated over two floors, with its own private external access and driveway. On the ground floor is a modest kitchen/dining room, a cosy sitting room with a gas burning stove, and the bathroom. There is a generously sized double bedroom on the first floor and a separate dressing room and lavatory.
The house sits in excess of half an acre of grounds, located in a conservation area.
Old Coach Road is located on the edge of the village approximately 3 miles north of Amesbury and to the east of Salisbury Plain. Within easy walking distance of the heart of the village, Bulford has excellent local amenities with a public house, church, a petrol station, and general store, village hall, recreation ground and nearby primary and secondary schools. Grateley is located approximately 8 miles east and provides direct trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 80 minutes). The neighbouring village of Durrington has a Post Office, florist, veterinary surgery, doctors, dentist and a church. The town of Amesbury has supermarkets, hairdressers, cafes, hotels and a variety of shops. The cathedral city of Salisbury is approximately 10 miles south with a wide range of educational, shopping and leisure facilities together, including theatre and cinema.
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Council Tax Band: C
Council Tax Band: F