Coombe Lane, Enford, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9

£1,250,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
Revie House is a striking and modern family house in an enviable position on the cusp of Enford. It offers substantial accommodation of over 6,500 square feet with a flexible layout for family needs,

including annexe, study, playroom and a number of both formal and family rooms. It abuts and overlooks its own land to both the front and rear rising gently up the pasture and private woodland beyond. Being of modern construction the property has many excellent eco features including ground source heat pumps and solar panels. Set around a large courtyard providing ample parking there is also a detached garage complex with triple garaging and annexed accommodation above ideal for holiday lets or dependant relatives. The house has seen a sympathetic extension since its original

construction offering a leisure wing which could easily be converted for a number of uses. The main section of the house centres around the exceptional kitchen breakfast room measuring 35 ft. 11" by 20 ft. 8". It is fitted with a range of units

with integrated appliances and provides access onto the rear conservatory and garden beyond. It is backed up by a useful utility room and provides a link between the three formal reception rooms and leisure area. The main sitting room is a triple aspect room with access to the rear garden. Two further reception rooms and a study all lead off the large open hallway. Rising to the first floor you will find six good sized bedrooms complemented by three bathrooms. The leisure suite, which could

easily be separated, currently contains a large games room with fitted bar and facilities. This leads through onto a family room, ideal for use as a gym or cinema, and in turn via stairs to the loft room which would make an excellent study, office or playroom. There is also a fully fitted soft play room and loft storage. The house has a range of features more akin to a period house including period style cornicing, fireplaces and ceiling roses giving the room's both character and individuality.

Situation

Revie House is situated on the cusp of nearby Enford a beautiful and quaint Wiltshire village including The Swan public house which was awarded the Wiltshire Life 'pub of the year' in 2017. Netheravon has a wider array of shops, post office, church and primary school and the larger town of Marlborough and Devizes have a further extensive range of shops and facilities. There is

excellent schooling in nearby Marlborough including St Mary's, Calne and Dauntsey's in Devizes.

Outside

The property is approached via gates onto a substantial chipped turning circle driveway and in turn the detached outbuilding. This large garage complex has three integral garages with

a side access to a self-contained residential unit at the top. The gardens continue to the side with the formal gardens mainly laid to lawn with a variety of flower beds, vegetable gardens, mature trees and play areas. This is bordered by mature hedging

and leads on to the rear fields. These gently sloping fields are split into a number of independent rotational paddocks ideal

for grazing. There is an area of hard standing with a three bay stable adjacent to the pasture which is predominantly bordered by hedging with movable electric fencing sectioning off the paddocks. The land then continues on to a romantic woodland

at the rear. This completely private section has a number of walkways through the mature woodland together with a woodland den with storage facilities, seating and maintenance areas. This mature woodland concludes the 7 acres of land and formal gardens surrounding the house.

There are also a further 27 acres or agricultural land, currently rented to the local farmer and available by separate negotiation. This wraps around the house and gardens forming a natural

ring-fence around the property.

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