Stoford House, Stoford, Salisbury, Wiltshire


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Reception hall

Drawing room, Sitting room, Dining room

Kitchen/breakfast room

Cloakroom & laundry/boiler room

Principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom

3 Further bedrooms & family shower room

Landing office space & study

Barn/storage with loft above

Established garden, set in approx. 0.7 acres

Believed to date from the early 18th Century, with a rebuild in 1822 and alterations in the early 20th Century, Stoford House today is a handsome, soft pink rendered Georgian residence where period features blend with contemporary styling and up-dated fittings throughout. The reception hall has beautiful 19th Century reclaimed period floor tiles, with much of the accommodation featuring polished floor boards and original period features.

Upon entering the property, there are two front aspect reception rooms one to either side of the hallway, both showcasing distinctive fireplaces. The hallway continues through to the bright, kitchen/breakfast room, which is fitted with bespoke hand-painted traditional wall and base level units, topped with granite work surfaces and a Belfast sink. At its heart, an electric smart AGA stove has a richly coloured tiled backsplash and an usual island structure creates a central feature in the kitchen. There is also an area for a breakfast table adjacent to a glazed door to the garden, which is the perfect spot for morning coffee and breakfast. In addition, the ground floor accommodation offers a formal dining room and an adjoining study/workroom, which is filled with natural light and has glazed doors to the outside. This could be used as a downstairs gym/music room if needed.

On the first floor, an impressive principal bedroom has a decorative fireplace and a generous en-suite bathroom, which features a free-standing roll top bath tub on a raised plinth, along with a separate shower cubicle. There are three further bedrooms, along with a shower room and an alcove on the landing which offers the ideal spot for a study/office area.

Situated in the village of Stoford in the picturesque Wyle Valley, Stoford House enjoys a stunning outlook across Wilshire countryside and views of the rolling countryside beyond. For enthusiasts of outdoor activities, walking, riding, cycling and fishing opportunities are on offer, with Langford Lakes Nature Reserve also within easy reach.

Historic Salisbury is a short distance to the south offering a comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and cultural amenities and communications links are excellent with easy access to the A36, A303 and A354, with commuters benefitting from regular train services into London and to the West Country.

There is a primary school in nearby Great Wishford with Salisbury offering numerous well-regarded schools, including Salisbury Cathedral School, Chafyn Grove and Godolphin School, as well as Bishop Wordsworth and South Wilts Grammar Schools.

A circular sweeping gravel driveway leads to the front of the property, with a central area laid to lawn. Mature trees and shrubs intersperse the grounds, which also feature attractive flower borders, sheltered arbours, paved pathways, a pond and a terrace adjoining the house. There is a large barn outbuilding, with adjoining storage, and loft area above, which is accessed via an external stairway. The barn could be converted into additional accommodation, subject to the necessary planning permissions.

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Strutt & Parker - Salisbury

41 Milford Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2BP

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