Church Lane, Pitton


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
An impressive, detached house with a double garage and studio, located in an excellent village location.

Entrance hall, sitting/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, living room, playroom, utility room, ground floor cloakroom, five bedrooms, bathroom and ensuite shower room. Driveway, double garage (with studio above) and gardens.

Church House is believed to date back to approximately 1820 and is built of painted and rendered elevations under a slate tiled roof, with well presented, well-proportioned, private and versatile accommodation, behind a wrought iron gate. The property also benefits from a double garage with a studio above (currently used as a hair salon) and good sized gardens, accordingly it is felt that Church House would suit a variety of purchasers.

Pitton is a very popular village approximately four miles north-east of the cathedral city of Salisbury and has a good range of local facilities including a pre-school, primary school, post office/shop, churches and popular public house, with good transport links into Salisbury both by car and public transport. Here there is a more comprehensive range of facilities shopping, leisure, cultural and educational as well as a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey approximately 90 minutes), as well as a well thought of Playhouse and twice weekly charter market. Also, easily accessible is Grateley, where there is another mainline station to London Waterloo. The beautiful area surrounding the village is excellent for all country pursuits.

The wrought iron pedestrian gate gives access from Church Lane, via a stone paved path, to the front door which opens into the:


This is welcoming and spacious with stairs to the first floor (with useful cupboards and storage space under), doors to the majority of the ground floor accommodation and a telephone point.


This is a well proportioned room that is naturally divides into two areas, the living area is naturally well-lit from two windows and has a focal point of gas fire set into a stone fireplace and surround. Television point. The dining area is again light and well proportioned with space for a large dining table and associated furniture, with two windows and a glazed double door leading to the garden and three Velux roof lights. Door to the:


This is well fitted with a good range of stone worktops and cream high and low level storage units, with an inset Franke 1 bowl stainless steel sink (with a mixer tap and filtered water tap above), In-sink-aerator and drainage channels cut into the worktop to one side. Built in Bosch dishwasher, Hotpoint fridge and two Electrolux freezers, space for a range cooker with a Rangemaster and extractor hood above. Tiled floor (continued into the utility room and ground floor cloakroom), tiled splashbacks, window and door to the side, doors to the playroom and to the:


Fitted with a wood effect work tops and high and low level storage units and with space and plumbing for both a washing machine and tumble dryer, single bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above) and space for a free-standing fridge/freezer. Space for coats and boots etc and a door to the:


Well fitted with a WC and corner wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above), towel radiator, extractor fan, fully tiled walls and large boiler cupboard containing the Camray 5, floor standing, oil-fired boiler for the domestic heating and hot water and shelving.


This is a good sized and light room with two windows and a cast iron fireplace with decorative surround and mantelpiece and a stone hearth with built in display cupboards to both sides. Telephone point.


A good sized and light reception room with two windows and a cast iron fireplace with tiled slips, a wooden surround and built in cupboards and shelving to both sides. Television point.


Again, spacious with doors to all the first floor accommodation and a window above the stairs.

NB: The bedrooms are listed in order of viewing, rather than size.


The principal bedroom, this is a good sized and light double room with three windows, an access hatch into the loft space, television point and a door to the:


Well fitted with a large shower cubicle containing an Aqualisa shower, WC and wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above). Tiled floor, tiled walls, obscure glazed window, towel radiator and extractor fan.


This is again well fitted with a suite of a Whirlpool bath, tiled shower cubicle with an Aqualisa shower, WC and wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above). Tiled floor, tiled walls and tiled splashbacks around the bath. Extractor fan, towel radiator and large airing cupboard (with Megaflo unvented hot water tank), obscure glazed window and two Velux windows.


This is a single bedroom with a window, television point, built in cupboard and access hatch into the loft space. Whilst currently used as a dressing room, it is felt that this could be a good sized single bedroom if required.


Well-proportioned double bedroom with a window.


A further light double bedroom with two windows, built in cupboard and television point.


Another light, double bedroom with a cast iron fireplace with wooden surround and mantelpiece, two windows and built in wardrobes.


The stone paved driveway leads from Church Lane, via an electric, wrought iron gate with entry-phone system, to a parking and turning area and to the double garage (with two electric up and over doors, space for a workbench, electric power and light). Immediately behind the property is a raised area of decking along with an area of stone paved terrace with a built-in barbecue area, providing plenty of external sitting and dining options. From the terrace, stone paved steps lead to a large area of private lawn, bordered by mature trees and hedging with apple trees, a compost area, timber summerhouse and timber garden sheds.


A door gives access to the studio above the garage which is a useful and versatile space, currently set up as a hair salon, however it is felt this could easily be used either as an annexe/spare bedroom/office etc (subject to the necessary consents). Three windows, electric power, electric light, Sky television point, wood effect laminate floor, useful cupboards and door to the:


With a tiled shower cubicle (shower currently not functional), WC and corner wash basin (with a mixer tap above). Tiled floor, tiled splashbacks and extractor fan.


Mains electricity, water and drainage are available. Oil fired central heating.

BROADBAND suggests that maximum speeds of 40MB are available with fibre broadband through BT.


Band F Charge for 2018/2019 £2,468.66.




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By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.

Tel 01722 337575


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Reference: 18870.180810

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