5 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Monkton Deverill, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12

5 Bedroom Detached House - £625,000

Monkton Deverill, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12

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First listed on: 04th July 2019

Nearest stations: Warminster (5.1 mi)Gillingham (Dorset) (7.5 mi)Tisbury (7.6 mi)Frome (7.7 mi)Dilton Marsh (7.9 mi)

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Property Features

  • Detached House
  • Open Plan Kitchen/ Dining Room
  • Oak Frame Family Room
  • Sitting Room
  • Drawing Room

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

An outstanding, substantial modern village home offering a tremendous amount of versatile living and sleeping accommodation that very much belies its modest approach.

The home has been significantly improved by the current vendors, creating a flowing, sociable ambience with majority of the living accommodation thoughtfully orientated to best enjoy the established private gardens.

This generous home offers a wealth of possibility in how it can be used. On the ground floor there is a welcoming entrance hall that leads to the newly appointed bespoke kitchen/ breakfast/ family room, a room of particular note. The kitchen itself is comprehensively appointed with ample cupboard space, quality built in appliances and a central island unit offering further storage and seating. Beyond, the kitchen opens seamlessly into the recently constructed Oak frame family room with full glazed elevations with bi-folding doors that lead out to the garden. In addition to this heart of the home room there is a wonderful sitting room with a log burner, the perfect casual family room and a elegant formal drawing room with another feature fireplace and doors leading to the side terrace. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a utility/ boot room, cloakroom and internal lobby with a door to the attached double garage.

On the first floor there are four well balanced double bedrooms, the master has a well appointed en-suite bathroom. There is a fifth single room used as a study. On the second floor the loft space has been converted into a superb additional room, currently a bedroom, or offers scope to be used as a excellent home office, hobbies room or master suite should an en-suite be added.

This beautiful home has been beautifully appointed throughout and must be seen to be appreciated.

Situation
Monkton Deverill is a small pretty rural village set in the Deverill Valley, part of the West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The River Deverill is a chalk stream that meanders through lovely rolling countryside before becoming the River Wylye at Crockerton. 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. Racing is at Bath, Salisbury and Wincanton whilst sailing is available at Shearwater on the edge of the Longleat estate, famous for its safari park, Elizabethan stately home and Center Parcs. Other well-known visitor attractions close by include the National Trust Gardens at Stourhead and the World Heritage prehistoric site at Stonehenge.

There is a petrol station/shop and pub in Longbridge Deverill whilst Mere has good every day shopping. The nearby towns of Bruton, Frome, Gillingham and Warminster provide good local shopping and leisure amenities whilst the Roman city of Bath and medieval cathedral city of Salisbury offer more comprehensive regional shopping, hospital and world regarded cultural facilities. The A303 and A36 trunk roads are both within easy reach providing ready access to London (via the M3), the West Country and motorway network as well as to the South Coast. Mainline railway stations can be found at Tisbury & Gillingham (London Waterloo) and Westbury (London Paddington). There are several excellent private and state schools in the area including Sutton Veny CoE Primary School, Gillingham Secondary School, Bruton, Port Regis, Clayesmore, Sandroyd, Sherborne, Dauntseys, Warminster and St Mary’s Shaftesbury amongst several others.

Outside
The home is well positioned within its plot, that extends to approximately 1/3rd of an acre, set back to allow generous parking for multiple vehicles and allowing access to the recently re roofed double garage.

The gardens are found to three sides of the home and have been cleverly divided into useable garden rooms. To the rear there is a sweeping paved terrace abutting the home that flows across the gardens with several idyllic seating areas, ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining in either sun or shade. There is a raised decked seating area overlapping the prominent raised Koi pond. Beyond the mature lawn is interspersed with abundant floral and herbaceous borders. a greenhouse is tucked away in a far corner servicing the kitchen garden. The front gardens enjoy an excellent degree of privacy, a sizeable open lawn is flanked by colourful borders.

To the rear there is a the large detached studio. This timber construction building has light, power, phone, TV and is insulated, offering further space to be used as a gym or office.

The gardens offer a wonderful degree of privacy and enjoy a sunny westerly aspect at the rear.
An outstanding, substantial modern village home offering a tremendous amount of versatile living and sleeping accommodation that very much belies its modest approach.

The home has been significantly improved by the current vendors, creating a flowing, sociable ambience with majority of the living accommodation thoughtfully orientated to best enjoy the established private gardens.

This generous home offers a wealth of possibility in how it can be used. On the ground floor there is a welcoming entrance hall that leads to the newly appointed bespoke kitchen/ breakfast/ family room, a room of particular note. The kitchen itself is comprehensively appointed with ample cupboard space, quality built in appliances and a central island unit offering further storage and seating. Beyond, the kitchen opens seamlessly into the recently constructed Oak frame family room with full glazed elevations with bi-folding doors that lead out to the garden. In addition to this heart of the home room there is a wonderful sitting room with a log burner, the perfect casual family room and a elegant formal drawing room with another feature fireplace and doors leading to the side terrace. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a utility/ boot room, cloakroom and internal lobby with a door to the attached double garage.

On the first floor there are four well balanced double bedrooms, the master has a well appointed en-suite bathroom. There is a fifth single room used as a study. On the second floor the loft space has been converted into a superb additional room, currently a bedroom, or offers scope to be used as a excellent home office, hobbies room or master suite should an en-suite be added.

This beautiful home has been beautifully appointed throughout and must be seen to be appreciated.

Situation
Monkton Deverill is a small pretty rural village set in the Deverill Valley, part of the West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The River Deverill is a chalk stream that meanders through lovely rolling countryside before becoming the River Wylye at Crockerton. 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. Racing is at Bath, Salisbury and Wincanton whilst sailing is available at Shearwater on the edge of the Longleat estate, famous for its safari park, Elizabethan stately home and Center Parcs. Other well-known visitor attractions close by include the National Trust Gardens at Stourhead and the World Heritage prehistoric site at Stonehenge.

There is a petrol station/shop and pub in Longbridge Deverill whilst Mere has good every day shopping. The nearby towns of Bruton, Frome, Gillingham and Warminster provide good local shopping and leisure amenities whilst the Roman city of Bath and medieval cathedral city of Salisbury offer more comprehensive regional shopping, hospital and world regarded cultural facilities. The A303 and A36 trunk roads are both within easy reach providing ready access to London (via the M3), the West Country and motorway network as well as to the South Coast. Mainline railway stations can be found at Tisbury & Gillingham (London Waterloo) and Westbury (London Paddington). There are several excellent private and state schools in the area including Sutton Veny CoE Primary School, Gillingham Secondary School, Bruton, Port Regis, Clayesmore, Sandroyd, Sherborne, Dauntseys, Warminster and St Mary’s Shaftesbury amongst several others.

Outside
The home is well positioned within its plot, that extends to approximately 1/3rd of an acre, set back to allow generous parking for multiple vehicles and allowing access to the recently re roofed double garage.

The gardens are found to three sides of the home and have been cleverly divided into useable garden rooms. To the rear there is a sweeping paved terrace abutting the home that flows across the gardens with several idyllic seating areas, ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining in either sun or shade. There is a raised decked seating area overlapping the prominent raised Koi pond. Beyond the mature lawn is interspersed with abundant floral and herbaceous borders. a greenhouse is tucked away in a far corner servicing the kitchen garden. The front gardens enjoy an excellent degree of privacy, a sizeable open lawn is flanked by colourful borders.

To the rear there is a the large detached studio. This timber construction building has light, power, phone, TV and is insulated, offering further space to be used as a gym or office.

The gardens offer a wonderful degree of privacy and enjoy a sunny westerly aspect at the rear.
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25/11/2019 Property listed at £625,000
08/07/2019 Property listed at £649,950
29/10/2018 Property listed at £600,000
26/08/2018 Property listed at £650,000
09/07/2018 Property listed at £675,000

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54 Castle Street

Salisbury

Wiltshire

SP1 1TT

Telephone: See phone number 01722417939

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