Teffont Magna

£815,000 Guide Price

  • Substantial Detached House with Lots of Potential
  • Over 3300 Sq. Ft of Accommodation
  • Positioned in Quiet Location within Sought After Village
  • Adjoining Fields and Open Countryside
  • Four Bedrooms with En-Suite to Master
  • Further Integral Annex or Further Living Accommodation
  • Large Garden, Plot in Excess of Half an Acre
  • Garage Plus Large Workshop / Storeroom
  • Private Driveway and Off Road Parking
  • EPC: E

Property Summary

Located within a tranquil part of this ever popular Wiltshire village, this substantial family home providing over 3300 sq ft of accommodation, on a plot of approximately half an acre, with huge potential for further enhancement. No onward chain.

THE PROPERTY
This is a substantial detached four bedroom house, with an additional integral annex, located in a semi-rural, quiet position within the sought after village of Teffont Magna. This well-loved family home, with lots of potential, offers a fantastic amount of living space on a large plot of garden adjoining fields and beautiful Wiltshire countryside.

The spacious accommodation of the main house includes a welcoming entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, separate dining room, large sitting room with wood burning stove, study, substantial conservatory, utility room, downstairs WC, four double bedrooms with en-suite to the master, family bathroom and two large fully boarded attic rooms with plenty of scope.

The integral annex which adjoins the house includes a double bedroom, sitting room, and two further rooms which could make up a kitchen and a bathroom. This area could however serve a number of different uses dependant on different individual’s needs.

The property provides a purchaser with a fantastic opportunity to really make it their own, in what is the most wonderful countryside setting.

OUTSIDE
The property is located in a very tucked away position off of a quiet country road where you enter a small lane, leading you to a private driveway providing parking for several vehicles, as well as a substantial garage which could serve a number of uses.

The large garden, which is mainly laid to lawn, wraps around the house and the plot measures in excess of half an acre. To the rear of the property and with direct access from the conservatory is a large paved patio area perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining.

The garden benefits from beautiful views of the adjoining countryside and offers privacy together with peace and quiet.

To the side of the house is a garage with a large workshop / storeroom.

LOCATION
The semi-rural and typically English village of Teffont Magna is located on the edge of the Nadder Valley. The Village is renowned for its assortment of period cottages as well as its picturesque street scene beside a chalk stream. The Village benefits from the sought-after Howards House Hotel, a 13th century Church and a Village Hall, which forms the centre of community life in the Village. Along with a number of stunning walks showing off some of Wiltshire’s finest views.

A303 (London/Exeter) 2.5m, Salisbury 11.5m. Shaftesbury 14m. Trains: Tisbury (London Waterloo 110m), Salisbury (London Waterloo 85 mins).

The nearby village, Tisbury (4.5m), is the largest village in Wiltshire’s Nadder Valley and is located to the west of the Cathedral City of Salisbury. The village benefits from a railway station which is on the main line between Exeter and London Waterloo. Tisbury has an excellent range of amenities, including a fishmonger, a butcher, a coffee shop, a delicatessen and a florist.
There is also a post office, a doctors’ surgery, a dentist, a leisure centre, a recreation ground and there are several local community groups. In addition, the village has an excellent school in St John’s Primary and many very well thought of independent and grammar schools within the local area.

Since 2014 Tisbury has been voted within the Top 5 villages outside of London according to the Sunday Times.

A303 (London/Exeter) 6m, Shaftesbury 10m, Salisbury 14m. Trains: Tisbury (London Waterloo 110m), Salisbury (London Waterloo 85 mins).

SERVICES
This property is connected to mains water, drainage and electricity as well as benefiting from oil fired central heating and a fireplace in the sitting room.

TENURE
Freehold

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Wiltshire County Council Tax Band F.

VIEWINGS
Strictly by appointment, only with Boatwrights.
Please do get in touch to ask us about our ‘Safe Viewings Guidelines’

01747 859 359.
www.boatwrights.co.uk

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