Wyndham Farm, Wyndham Lane, Allington, Salisbury

£840,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Drawing room, Dining room, Kitchen/family room, Study, Utility, Boot room, Cloakroom

5 Bedrooms, Family bathroom, 2 Shower rooms

Double carport with study above, Parking, Shed

Gardens, About 0.35 acre

Wyndham Farmhouse is a Grade II listed farmhouse believed to have been built in the 1760's. Constructed of brick and flint under a red tiled roof, the farmhouse is full of charm and numerous period features including three chamfered beams believed to be from a Tudor warship. The accommodation flows extremely well, perfect for modern family living. The principal rooms are all well-proportioned with high ceilings and sash windows with working shutters.

The heart of the home is the large kitchen/family room which has a good range of fitted cupboards. There is underfloor heating in the kitchen area, which is also triple aspect with views over the garden. The family room has two fitted cupboards and wooden floors. The drawing room is dual aspect with a very pretty bay window with window seats. There is an open fire with cupboards and book shelves either side. The dining room has a large sealed fire place and the study overlooks the gardens. There is also a large utility, storage room, larder, and cloakroom.

On the first floor are three bedrooms, the master

having fitted wardrobes and seated bay window, and two family bathrooms. On the second floor are two further bedrooms with exposed beams and a tiled wet room.

Wyndham Farmhouse sits in the middle of the small village of Allington, which is surrounded by delightful open countryside providing superb walking. There is a pub in the village and a further popular pub in the nearby village of Newton Tony a mile away. The next village of Porton also has a post office, general store and doctor's surgery. The cathedral city of Salisbury offers an excellent range of shopping facilities, recreational and cultural attractions including several theatres and a cinema.

Communications are particularly good with the A303 four miles to the north, and Grateley railway station 6 miles to the east giving a direct service to London Waterloo (80 minutes).

The area is particularly noted for its outstanding

range of schools. There are many well regarded primary schools in the surrounding villages. Private schools in the locality include Chafyn Grove, Salisbury Cathedral School, Leaden Hall, and Godolphin in Salisbury with Norman Court and Farleigh close by. Salisbury has also retained its grammar schools; Bishop Wordsworth's and South Wilts for Girls.

To the side of the house is a two bay car port with gravel parking in front. Above the car port is a home office which overlooks the rear gardens. To the rear of the house are pretty gardens, mostly laid to lawn with flower beds and numerous mature trees including field maple and apple trees. Adjacent to the house is a large terrace with a pergola which is covered with climbing roses. A second terrace with pergola is found at the end of the garden. There is also a substantial shed with electricity, and at the back of the carport is a wood store and Wendy house.

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