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Property for sale in Knook, Warminster

Property - £499,000

Knook, Warminster

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First listed on: 30th November 2017

Nearest stations: Warminster (4.3 mi)Dilton Marsh (7.1 mi)Westbury (7.8 mi)Tisbury (8 mi)

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Property Features

  • FOUR BEDROOMS
  • VILLAGE SETTING
  • HALF ACRE PLOT
  • STUDIO/ANNEXE
  • EQUINE OUTBUILDINGS

Property Description

DirectionsLeave our offices in Salisbury and proceed out on the A36 Warminster Road. Continue for approximately 10 miles passing through South Newton, Stapleford and thence onto Codford. Having passed Codford after approximately 2 miles take the turning on the left signposted to Knook. Continue into the village bearing right and the property will be found towards the end on the right hand side. DescriptionA detached Colt house with attractive Cedar cladding, The Riding is a rare opportunity to acquire a lovely home in a quiet location. The house would especially suit those wanting a rural setting or with an equine interest as there are outbuildings including a timber loose box with hardstanding and a further timber stable with adjoining tack room. There is also land nearby that could be rented for grazing. It also would appeal to those looking for a quieter self-sufficient or alternative lifestyle with vegetable growing areas, a chicken run and the current owners have previously kept pigs. The house has generously proportioned accommodation with 3 reception rooms and a large kitchen/breakfast room and utility. Also on the ground floor is a large welcoming entrance hallway and cloakroom, whilst on the first floor are 4 bedrooms and a bathroom. There is also a separate studio/annexe with an en-suite shower room which could perhaps be self contained accommodation for an elderly relative or teenagers. The property also benefits from oil fired central heating and solar panels also provide an excellent source of income. Backing on to open fields, the house is located in an idyllic village setting opposite a medieval church with many nearby countryside walks conveniently lying 4 miles from Warminster which has an excellent range of amenities including a railway station to London Waterloo. The A303 gives good access to London and the West Country and there is good schooling in the area. House SpecificsThe accommodation is arranged as follows, all measurements being approximate: Entrance porch Reception areaRadiator. Entrance hallUnderstairs cupboard, stairs to first floor, radiator, oak floor. CloakroomLow level WC, wash-hand basin, radiator. Sitting room7.35m x 5.8m (24ft 1in x 19ft) maximum measurements as this room is L-shaped. Two radiators, chimney breast which could be re-opened if required, large windows overlooking gardens. Garden room3.75m x 2.3m (12ft 3in x 7ft 9in). Glazed doors to garden. Study2.63m x 2.33m (8ft 7in x 7ft 7in). Radiator, telephone point. Dining room4.87m x 3.57m (15ft 11in x 11ft 8in). Radiator. Kitchen6.06m x 3.63m (19ft 10in x 11ft 10in). Fitted with an extensive range of both high and low level units, inset one and a half bowl ceramic sink with mono bloc taps, integrated fridge, integrated freezer, integrated dishwasher, Rangemaster range cooker with extractor hood over. Inner hall Utility room6.08m x 1.92m (19ft 1in x 5ft 7in). Ceramic single drainer sink unit, range of built-in cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, Mega flow pressurised hot water cylinder, door to outside. Annexe/bedroom5.79m x 4.52m (19ft 11in x 14ft 9in). This could have many different uses, perhaps as self-contained accommodation for an elderly relative or indeed a games room/music room for teenagers. Double doors lead out to an extensive paved area. En-suite shower room – fully tiled shower cubicle, cupboard housing oil fired boiler providing central heating and domestic hot water, heated towel rail. Stairs for first floor - LandingShelved cupboard, access to roof space. BathroomThis is a large generous room with a panelled bath and shower mixer taps, extensive ceramic wall tiling, low level WC, heated towel rail. Separate shower roomTiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash-hand basin, low level WC. Bedroom5.46m x 3.61m (17ft 10in x 11ft). Wardrobes, radiator. Bedroom3.12m x 2.35m (10ft 2in x 7ft 8in). Wardrobe, radiator. Bedroom4.92m x 4.21m (16ft 1in x 13ft 10in). Range of wardrobes, radiator. Bedroom3.66m x 3.65m (12ft x 11ft 11in). Range of wardrobes, radiator. OutsideThe Riding is approached via a five-bar gate and gravelled driveway immediately opposite the medieval church of St Margaret and Knook Manor. The gardens are a particular feature of the property being mature and well screened with an interspersion of flower borders containing mature annual and perennial plants. They are generous in size approaching 0.5 acres with 2 stables, a tack room and further outbuildings. There is a chicken run and in the past, pigs have been reared on this land. The gardens offer a high level of privacy although there are fields behind and this could be opened up if required. There is also a vegetable area and an oil storage tank. ServicesMains water and electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Private drainage. Provision for telephone subject to transfer regulations. Oil fired central heating. OutgoingsThe Council Tax Band is ‘G’ and the payment for the year 2017/2018 payable to Wiltshire Council is £2556.29.
DirectionsLeave our offices in Salisbury and proceed out on the A36 Warminster Road. Continue for approximately 10 miles passing through South Newton, Stapleford and thence onto Codford. Having passed Codford after approximately 2 miles take the turning on the left signposted to Knook. Continue into the village bearing right and the property will be found towards the end on the right hand side. DescriptionA detached Colt house with attractive Cedar cladding, The Riding is a rare opportunity to acquire a lovely home in a quiet location. The house would especially suit those wanting a rural setting or with an equine interest as there are outbuildings including a timber loose box with hardstanding and a further timber stable with adjoining tack room. There is also land nearby that could be rented for grazing. It also would appeal to those looking for a quieter self-sufficient or alternative lifestyle with vegetable growing areas, a chicken run and the current owners have previously kept pigs. The house has generously proportioned accommodation with 3 reception rooms and a large kitchen/breakfast room and utility. Also on the ground floor is a large welcoming entrance hallway and cloakroom, whilst on the first floor are 4 bedrooms and a bathroom. There is also a separate studio/annexe with an en-suite shower room which could perhaps be self contained accommodation for an elderly relative or teenagers. The property also benefits from oil fired central heating and solar panels also provide an excellent source of income. Backing on to open fields, the house is located in an idyllic village setting opposite a medieval church with many nearby countryside walks conveniently lying 4 miles from Warminster which has an excellent range of amenities including a railway station to London Waterloo. The A303 gives good access to London and the West Country and there is good schooling in the area. House SpecificsThe accommodation is arranged as follows, all measurements being approximate: Entrance porch Reception areaRadiator. Entrance hallUnderstairs cupboard, stairs to first floor, radiator, oak floor. CloakroomLow level WC, wash-hand basin, radiator. Sitting room7.35m x 5.8m (24ft 1in x 19ft) maximum measurements as this room is L-shaped. Two radiators, chimney breast which could be re-opened if required, large windows overlooking gardens. Garden room3.75m x 2.3m (12ft 3in x 7ft 9in). Glazed doors to garden. Study2.63m x 2.33m (8ft 7in x 7ft 7in). Radiator, telephone point. Dining room4.87m x 3.57m (15ft 11in x 11ft 8in). Radiator. Kitchen6.06m x 3.63m (19ft 10in x 11ft 10in). Fitted with an extensive range of both high and low level units, inset one and a half bowl ceramic sink with mono bloc taps, integrated fridge, integrated freezer, integrated dishwasher, Rangemaster range cooker with extractor hood over. Inner hall Utility room6.08m x 1.92m (19ft 1in x 5ft 7in). Ceramic single drainer sink unit, range of built-in cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, Mega flow pressurised hot water cylinder, door to outside. Annexe/bedroom5.79m x 4.52m (19ft 11in x 14ft 9in). This could have many different uses, perhaps as self-contained accommodation for an elderly relative or indeed a games room/music room for teenagers. Double doors lead out to an extensive paved area. En-suite shower room – fully tiled shower cubicle, cupboard housing oil fired boiler providing central heating and domestic hot water, heated towel rail. Stairs for first floor - LandingShelved cupboard, access to roof space. BathroomThis is a large generous room with a panelled bath and shower mixer taps, extensive ceramic wall tiling, low level WC, heated towel rail. Separate shower roomTiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash-hand basin, low level WC. Bedroom5.46m x 3.61m (17ft 10in x 11ft). Wardrobes, radiator. Bedroom3.12m x 2.35m (10ft 2in x 7ft 8in). Wardrobe, radiator. Bedroom4.92m x 4.21m (16ft 1in x 13ft 10in). Range of wardrobes, radiator. Bedroom3.66m x 3.65m (12ft x 11ft 11in). Range of wardrobes, radiator. OutsideThe Riding is approached via a five-bar gate and gravelled driveway immediately opposite the medieval church of St Margaret and Knook Manor. The gardens are a particular feature of the property being mature and well screened with an interspersion of flower borders containing mature annual and perennial plants. They are generous in size approaching 0.5 acres with 2 stables, a tack room and further outbuildings. There is a chicken run and in the past, pigs have been reared on this land. The gardens offer a high level of privacy although there are fields behind and this could be opened up if required. There is also a vegetable area and an oil storage tank. ServicesMains water and electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Private drainage. Provision for telephone subject to transfer regulations. Oil fired central heating. OutgoingsThe Council Tax Band is ‘G’ and the payment for the year 2017/2018 payable to Wiltshire Council is £2556.29.
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This property is marketed by

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Castle Chambers

47, Castle Street

Salisbury

SP1 3SP

Telephone: See phone number 01722 336 422

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This property is marketed by

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Castle Chambers

47, Castle Street

Salisbury

SP1 3SP

Telephone: See phone number 01722 336 422

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