Stoford Bottom, Stoford

£525,000 Guide Price
For Sale

Property Features

  • A well proportioned, detached, period house
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Bathroom, shower room
  • Large garage, workshop and gardens
  • Potential to extend, STPP

Property Summary

A well-proportioned and presented, period detached house, with a double garage, large garden and potential to extend (STPP).

Full Details

Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, garden room, conservatory, utility room, ground floor cloakroom, three bedrooms, bathroom and shower room. Double garage, large driveway and front and rear gardens.

Mount Pleasant Close has been in the same ownership for 37 years, which is a testament to the well-proportioned, presented, light and airy accommodation that the property provides. Built in the 1930’s of red brick and rendered elevations beneath a tiled roof, the property has been the subject of a comprehensive program of improvements over the years, whilst retaining a number of period details such as the original front door and panelled internal doors. It is felt there is scope for further extending or remodelling if required (subject to the necessary consents), as the property stands in good sized and attractively planted grounds, with a large gravelled driveway and double garage.

Stoford is a small village with a well-regarded public house, located approximately 3½ miles north of the market town of Wilton, which provides a wide range of services for day to day living; including a well-thought of doctors surgeries, a dentist, butchers, two convenience stores, a weekly market, cafes, hairdressers, osteopaths, public houses, The Pembroke Arms Hotel as well as the impressive Palladian style Wilton House. There is a regular bus service as well as Park and Ride to the centre of the cathedral city of Salisbury, which has a wide range of shopping, educational, leisure and cultural facilities. Salisbury also benefits from a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes), and has recently been voted the best place to live by The Sunday Times, supports a twice weekly charter market and a well-thought of Playhouse.

The property is approached from the road via the gravelled drive, which leads to the original, wooden front door (sheltered by a storm porch). This opens into the:

This is welcoming and spacious with wood effect flooring (that continues into both the sitting room and the dining room), the stairs to the first floor with space for furniture below a window overlooking the garden. Doors to the sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and to the:

Of a good size with a clay tiled floor, space for a small table and built-in bookshelves. Wall mounted, electric, convector heater and double doors leading to the garden.

A well-proportioned room with plenty of space for a dining table and associated furniture, with plenty of natural light entering from a bay window and a window, both overlooking the garden. Wall mounted, Myson Classic, electric heater.

This has been well fitted with a good range of granite worktops incorporating a single ceramic Villeroy and Boch sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above) and white, wooden, high and low level storage units. A Rangemaster Classic 90 range cooker stands in a brick-built chimney breast (with a built-in light and extractor fan) space for an under-counter fridge, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a table and associated furniture. Natural light enters both from the window to the side and from the double, glazed doors leading to the garden (with a matching window to the side). Quarry tiled floor, tiled splashbacks, matching breakfast bar, feature exposed brick wall, television point and a door leading to the:

Well fitted with a range of worktops incorporating a single bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above) and grey, high and low level storage units. Space and plumbing for a washing machine, wall mounted, Viessmann, gas fired boiler for the hot water and heating and space for a free-standing fridge and freezers. Linoleum floor (which continues into the ground floor cloakroom and the conservatory), doors to the conservatory, double garage and to the:

Fitted with a white suite of WC and wash hand basin. Obscured glazed window.

With matching worktops and units to the utility room, space and plumbing for a tumble dryer and double doors leading to the garden.

This is a light and well-proportioned reception room. A wood burner stands inside a fireplace, with built in dressers to both sides (with one side containing a television point and display shelving above on the other). Two bay windows to the front and to the side.

Stairs from the entrance hall lead up to the:

Spacious and with doors to all of the first-floor accommodation, an access hatch into the loft space (with a pulldown ladder) and an attractively built in airing cupboard (with a lagged hot water tank, immersion heater and slated shelving).

Fitted with a white suite of tiled shower cubicle (with a Mira 88, wall mounted, shower), WC and wash hand basin. Tiled floor, with half height tiled walls, extractor fan and obscure glazed window.

A light double bedroom with a window to the side.

A good size and light double bedroom, with a window to the rear.

Fitted with a coloured suite of corner bath (with a mixer tap and a handheld shower attachment above), shower cubicle (with a Triton Madrid II, wall mounted, electric shower), WC and vanity unit with a wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above and cupboard below). Tiled floor, tiled walls and half obscure glazed window to the side.

Being the principal bedroom, this is a good sized and light double bedroom, with a large window to the front and a good range of built in wardrobes with mirror fronted, sliding doors.

The front of the property is a good-sized gravelled drive providing off road parking for a number of vehicles, leading both to the attached double garage and to the front door. The front garden has been mainly laid to lawn with an attractive copper beech and raised flowerbeds with mature planting. It is well screened from the road with mature shrubs and hedging. An arched timber gate, set into a half-height brick wall with timber trellis above, gives secure access to the rear garden. Immediately to the rear of the property is a good-sized area of brick paved terrace providing plenty of space for sitting out, with a built-in Britannia, cast iron, oven. Beyond the rear garden has been mainly laid to lawn and is of a good size and separated about two thirds of the way along by a beech hedge and covered arch. The rear garden is private and has been enclosed with a mix of timber close boarded fencing and an attractive variety of hedging and mature shrubs. Covered log store, timber summer house, space for a greenhouse, external lighting, outside taps and brick-built bonfire.

Of a very good size with two wooden garage doors, electric power and light and a variety of roof lights and windows. Workshop with a door leading to a covered store area and the garden beyond, further storeroom with worktops, shelving and a insulated cupboard.

Mains electricity, water and drainage are available. LPG fired central heating.

BROADBAND suggests that average speeds of 73Mb are available with Superfast Fibre 2 broadband through BT.


Band F. Charge for 2019/2020 – £2,810.91


By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.
Tel 01722 337575

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Our Reference: 19014.191002

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Estate Agents Salisbury Myddelton Major
Salisbury Office
49 High Street

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