Field Barns, Field Barn Lane, Dinton, Salisbury, Wiltshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
2 exceptionally light reception rooms

Kitchen/breakfast room

Utility room

Master bedroom suite

5 Further bedrooms

Family bathroom

18th Century barn

Field Barns has been sympathetically converted, boasting high ceilings with original timber beams. The front door opens on to a vaulted entrance hall with a york flagstone floor and a French oak staircase that wraps around to provide access to a galleried landing and both wings of the first floor.

In the southern wing of the property is a cosy study with inglenook fireplace leading through to the heart of the home; the large kitchen/breakfast room. This room is perfect for modern family living with ample space for a large dining table. In addition, a larder and utility room both add to this side of the home. A stable door leads out from the kitchen to a west facing terrace that catches the evening sun. The terrace offers far reaching views over the mature established gardens and to the countryside beyond.

The impressive drawing room in the north wing also offers a well sized reception space with an efficient wood burning stove and exposed original beams. Being dual aspect with wonderful character features retained throughout, this room really has to be seen to be believed.

Upstairs there is the master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and five further bedrooms with a further family bathroom.

Field Barns was impressively converted, 32 years ago from the original barn dwelling by the current owner. Field Barns is tucked away down a private track in an idyllic location on the edge of Dinton in the Nadder Valley. The village of Dinton is approximately one mile to the south of the property where there is a primary school, pub and popular village community store. For a wider range of shops, the pretty market town of Wilton is 6 miles to the east. The Cathedral City of Salisbury is within easy reach and offers a wider range of cultural, shoppingand entertainment facilities including several theatres, a cinema and a City Hall.

There are a number of well-regarded schools in the area including Sandroyd, Leaden Hall, Chafyn Grove, The Cathedral School, Godolphin Girls School as well Bishop Wordsworth's and South Wilts for girls.

Tisbury train station is approximately six miles to the west of Field Barns providing direct access to London Waterloo. The nearby A303 provides both access to London via the M3 and also to the south coast via the A350. Field Barns lies in the centre of the Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offering extensive opportunities for riding, cycling and walking.

The house is approached along a private track with a gravel drive leading to the front of the house with parking for several cars. There is further parking to the side of the property and a triple bay garage. Field Barns lies in the centre of the approximately two acre plot with mature gardens surrounding the property. Roses climb up both barns and established trees add charm to a well maintained garden, these include; quince, damson, fig, greengage, apple, pear and mulberry.

A striking feature of the garden is the 18th Century grain store that offers the opportunity to potentially convert it into a party barn or ancillary accommodation subject to the necessary planning consents. A lean to barn adjacent to the grain store provides sheltered storage.

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Strutt & Parker - Salisbury

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