Property SummaryA wonderful countryside residence offering flexible accommodation located in a tucked away location forming part of converted farm buildings.
The small, rural hamlet of Brixton Deverill is located in the heart of the Deverill Valley, part of the West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The River Wylye meanders through the lovely rolling countryside of the village to add to the wonderful overall look and feel of the area. With miles of uninterrupted footpaths and bridleways, the area is ideal for walking and riding as well as other rural pursuits such as cycling and fishing. Brixton Deverill is also very well located to take full advantage of the excellent transport connections.
Nearby Mere, is located adjacent to the A303 and nestles beneath the South Wiltshire Downs. Mere’s town centre provides an excellent range of services and facilities to cater for most everyday requirements including a Co-op convenience store, post office, electrical retailer, hairdressers, restaurants, public houses, primary school, church, butcher, pharmacy, Doctor’s surgery and library. Less than 5 miles away is the popular town of Warminster which also offers an excellent amount of brilliant amenities.
This stunning home forms part of a conversion of a range of former barns. The characterful, charming and high quality accommodation includes an entrance hall, downstairs WC, study/office, dining room, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, four bedrooms including a dual aspect master with en suite, as well as a further family bathroom.
From the front door, glorious countryside and woodlands can be accessed allowing for stunning countryside walks, cycling and riding.
To the front of the property is a gravelled parking space as well as access to the garage.
The courtyard garden at the rear of the property is a tranquil and peaceful outside space. An established lawn is present as well as a mix of stone paving and gravel for easy maintenance with pretty flower, shrub borders.
In addition to the allocated parking at the front of the property, there are two further visitor parking spaces.
Mains water and electricity are connected and drainage is in the form of a treatment plant. Oil fired central heating is also present as well as a log burner in the sitting room.
Wiltshire Council, Band E.
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