Tisbury Road, Fovant


  • A Stunning Grade II Listed Village Residence
  • Idyllic Location Within The Heart Of This Nadder Valley Village
  • Beautifully Presented & Offering Several Original Features
  • Over 1500 Sq. Ft. Of Flexible Accommodation Arranged Over Two Floors
  • High Quality Fixtures & Fittings Throughout
  • Five Bedrooms & Two Bathrooms
  • Private & Secluded South Facing Gardens
  • Private Driveway Parking
  • EPC: Exempt

Property Summary

A beautiful house set in an idyllic location within the heart of the sought after Nadder Valley village of Fovant.

The Mill House, believed to have been originally constructed in c.1830 and once forming part of the Fovant Mill, is tastefully and stylishly presented to perfectly encapsulate modern day living alongside heart-warming charming and characterful features.

Situated within the heart of the thriving village of Fovant and arranged over two floors, the accommodation is of high quality and includes a very welcoming entrance hall, a spacious kitchen/dining room, family room, sitting room, five bedrooms and two bathrooms including a roomy master bedroom complete with en suite facilities.

Built of local stone and steeped in history, this wonderful village residence has come to the market for sale and presents an exceptional home.

The semi-rural village of Fovant is located between Salisbury and Shaftesbury in the Nadder Valley and is home to the prestigious WW1 Military Badges carved into the Chalk Down below Chiselbury Ring, an Iron Age Fort.
The village boasts a well-stocked shop that also offers post office facilities, the church of St. George, the cosy Greater Good Pub, a thriving village hall, as well as a brilliant Doctors surgery and traditional village garage.

Fovant is ideally placed for stunning countryside walks in all directions so that the views of the ever popular undulating Nadder Valley can be enjoyed.
Tisbury is but a short drive away and is the largest village in Wiltshire’s Nadder Valley. Tisbury benefits from a railway station which is on the main line between Exeter and London Waterloo as well as an excellent range of amenities, including a fishmonger, butcher, coffee shop, delicatessen and a florist.

There is also a post office, a gallery and art centre, a doctors’ surgery, a dentist, a leisure centre, a recreation ground and there are several local community groups.

Set within an enviable plot of approximately 1/4 acre, the gardens offer a significant degree of privacy and seclusion.
Approached from Tisbury Road and a gravel driveway that offers ample parking, a paved pathway leads you through an area of garden mainly laid to lawn with mature hedging and planting, down to a paved, attractive sun terrace surrounded by colourful and vibrant shrubbery as well as specimen trees all of which create an outside space that is just perfect for outdoor entertaining.

The house can then be accessed either through doors into the kitchen or the very welcoming entrance hall.

The main gardens are beyond driveway and are of a desirable south facing nature. An established lawn is present as well as an abundance of soft fruit trees including apple and quince all of which have produced fantastic harvests over the years.
A productive and well cared for raised vegetable bed and good sized timber shed are also on offer. The main gardens are enclosed to all sides with a mixture of fencing and mature hedging all of which combine together to provide a fantastic garden that can be enjoyed and used through the seasons.

The property benefits from mains electricity, water and drainage together with oil fired central heating.
Wood burners are located in both reception rooms and a handsome four oven electric AGA in the kitchen.

Wiltshire Council Tax Band D.


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