£495,000 Guide Price
Property SummaryAn immaculately presented one level barn conversion with beautifully landscaped garden and stunning countryside views, in a quiet tucked away position within the development.
An immaculately presented one level barn conversion with beatifully presented garden and stunning countryside views, in a quiet tucked away position within the development.
The accommodation includes a large open plan kitchen / dining / sitting room with wood burning stove, perfect for entertaining, two double bedrooms with ensuite shower room to the master and a further family bathroom.
In addition the property benefits from two off road parking spaces, further visitor parking, an attractive rear garden, garden shed and stunning countryside views over the Wiltshire Downs.
As you enter the development Ashcombe Barn is situated at the back, in a quiet tucked away position. The property comes with two allocated parking spaces and further visitor parking. From here you walk through into the courtyard where the front door is located. There is also access to the rear.
The rear garden can be accessed via the double doors in the sitting area, where you step out onto a patio perfect for the garden furniture. The rest of the garden is mainly laid to lawn, bordered by a row of small ash trees, as well as colourful planting. In addition there is a garden shed for all of the garden tools.
The garden is enclosed by wooden post and rail fencing, and stunning countryside views can be enjoyed from every angle, throughout the four seasons.
The village of Ansty in the Nadder Valley is mainly within a conservation area, set within the Cranborne and West Wiltshire area of outstanding natural beauty. It sits at the centre of beautiful rolling countryside with extensive walking. The village is steeped in history and has the beautiful 13th century St James Church and the Ansty Maypole one of the tallest in the country, that could well have been in existence since Saxon times; where May Day has been celebrated virtually unbroken every year down the centuries.
Ansty village which is listed in The Doomsday Book is located 2 miles south of the larger village of Tisbury; 7 miles north-east of Shaftesbury (Dorset) and 14 miles south west of the cathedral city of Salisbury (main line station to London Waterloo – 1 hr 28 mins).
Tisbury has an excellent range of facilities including independent butcher, tea rooms and cafes. There is also a convenience store and cash point, Post Office, public houses and inns, dentist & doctors’ surgery, leisure centre, recreation ground and several community groups. The area is well known for the excellent Chalke Valley History Festival, and exhibitions at Messums Wiltshire (Tisbury), Hauser & Wirth (Bruton) and Hatch House Ballet. There are a number of good local public houses nearby with the Royal Oak at Swallowcliffe nearby. Tisbury has been featuring in The Sunday Times Top 5 villages to live in outside of London since 2014.
There are many excellent state and independent schools within easy reach; the primary school of St John’s Tisbury and Wardour Roman Catholic School numerous independent schools including Sandroyd, Clayesmore and Port Regis at senior level there are the highly thought of Salisbury Grammar Schools (Bishop Wordsworth’s and South West Wiltshire Grammar) and Shaftesbury and Gillingham – as well as the independent schools of Sherborne (Sherborne School and Sherborne School for Girls) and Bryanston.
Trains: Tisbury (London Waterloo 1hr 45mins), Tisbury (Exeter St Davids 1hr 36mins).
The property is connected to mains water and electricity. Drainage is private via a sewerage treatment plant.
The property’s heating system is in the form of an energy efficient Air Source Heat Pump as well as having a wood burning stove in the sitting room.
Wiltshire County Council Tax Band D.
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