Property SummarySituated on a plot of approximately 1.36 acres, this substantial home, which has undergone complete re-furbishment in recent years, with parking, carport, gardens and private woodland with views.
Situated in the ever popular Nadder Valley Village of Ansty, this substantial four bedroom home, which has undergone complete re-furbishment in recent years, sits within the heart of its elevated plot. The house has commanding views over the famous Ansty Pond and village beyond.
This unique, immaculately presented accommodation includes a spacious entrance hall with wood burning stove, a large, newly fitted kitchen with open plan dining area, separate utility, boot room with external access, study, downstairs WC, sitting room with bi-fold doors, opening up into the conservatory, four bedrooms, two with en suites, all with built in storage and a further family bathroom.
The property also benefits from off road parking, a double carport and two useful garden sheds.
The property is approached from the village High Street where you enter a gravelled driveway providing parking for several vehicles as well as access to the detached double carport. Steps then lead you up through the front garden, which is mainly laid to lawn with small blossom trees and mature shrubs, providing a pleasant entrance up to the front door. The rear gardens are easily accessed from either side.
The rear of the property can also be accessed from the boot room, conservatory, as well as the large bi-fold doors in the sitting room, providing access to the patio which looks out onto the garden. The rest of the rear garden has been sympathetically landscaped with an array of colourful planting, mature borders and formal lawns. A pathway then takes you on a journey around the woodland, which comes to life in the summer months providing a purchaser with the perfect country lifestyle, as well as protection. It really is very special indeed.
In total the whole plot is approximately 1.36 Acres.
The village of Ansty is mainly within the Cranborne Chase conservation area, set within the 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 every year.
Ansty village is located 2 miles south of the larger village of Tisbury which has an excellent range of facilities; 7 miles north-east of Shaftesbury (Dorset) and 14 miles south west of the cathedral city of Salisbury. 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. There are many excellent state and independent schools within easy reach.
Trains: Tisbury (London Waterloo 1hr 45mins), Tisbury (Exeter St Davids 1hr 36mins).
The property is connected to mains electricity and water, drainage is private, in the form of a shared sewage treatment plant.
There is oil fired central heating as well as wood burning stoves in both the entrance hall and sitting room.
Wiltshire County Council Band G.
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