West Farm Barns, Knook


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  • Bedrooms: 3
An immaculately presented, stylish barn conversion with an attractive garden, large garage and no onward chain.

Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, study, utility room, cloakroom, three bedrooms, bathroom and en suite shower room. Communal driveway, garage and gardens.

Believed to originally date back to the 19th Century, this is an immaculately presented, stylish and well proportioned barn conversion. It is built of stone and red brick elevations beneath a slate tiled roof, with high quality fittings such as solid oak doors. The property forms part of the private and secure West Farm Barns development, six attractive barn conversions that were completed in 2004, with a well managed and maintained communal driveway and parking area. The Tack House also benefits from an attractive, well designed and planted, manageable garden and a large, attached garage.

Knook is a small village approximately 4.5 miles southeast from Warminster, which has many shops and facilities including a Waitrose food store, schools and railway station (Salisbury 22 mins, London Waterloo 2hrs, approximately). The cathedral city of Salisbury is 17 miles east. In the nearby village of Heytesbury there are two public houses; The Angel Inn and The Red Lion, Post Office and shop and a Primary School. There is a popular farm shop at Boyton and a school, public house, garage with Budgens convenience store and post office and well thought of doctor s surgery in Codford (approximately 2.5 miles away). The surrounding countryside is particularly appealing with many footpaths and opportunities for outdoor pursuits.

The property is approached across the garden from the communal driveway and parking area. The painted wooden front door opens into the:


Welcoming and spacious with a flagstone floor and underfloor heating (which continues throughout the ground floor), stairs to the first floor (with a useful cupboard below), an archway to the study and door to the:


A well proportioned reception room, with a woodburner standing in a brick fireplace with a wooden mantelpiece above. Television point, window to the garden with a deep sill, and exposed timbers.


A good sized room with plenty of space for a large desk, with a telephone point, window to the front with a window seat, and an archway to the:


Of good proportions and with a vaulted ceiling with original, exposed roof timbers and space for a large dining table and associated furniture. Window and door to the garden, feature wall with exposed brick and stone, an archway to the kitchen/breakfast room and door to the:


Well fitted with a range of wood effect worktops with a 1 bowl, stainless steel, Franke sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above) and high and low level storage units with space and plumbing for both a washing machine and a tumble drier and space for a freestanding fridge/freezer. Grant, floor standing, oil fired boiler, vaulted ceiling with exposed roof timbers and sliding door to the:


Stylishly fitted with a concealed cistern WC and a stone bowl wash hand basin (with mixer tap above). Built in pippy oak bookshelves.


Very well fitted with an extensive range of stone effect worktops and breakfast bar, with a Franke 1 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with mixer tap and filtered water tap above), wooden high and low level storage units and integrated appliances including a Bosch 4 ring electric hob (with Elia extractor hood above), Hotpoint electric double oven, Bosch dishwasher and Indesit under counter fridge and freezer. Original exposed roof timbers and plenty of natural light from a run of windows along one wall. Door to the attached single garage.


With doors to the majority of the first floor accommodation, access hatch into the roof space, airing cupboard (with an Oso unvented hot water cylinder) and conservation roof light.


Stylish and well fitted with a panelled bath (with Geberit mixer tap and hand-held shower above) and a vanitory unit with a concealed cistern WC, inset Duravit, ceramic wash hand basin (with Hansgrohe mixer tap above) and useful cupboards. Tiled walls, tiled splashbacks, wall mounted mirror, towel radiator, conservation roof light and extractor fan.


Being the principal bedroom this is a good sized and light double room, with built in wardrobes, a window to the garden and door to the:


Again stylish and well fitted with a large walk in shower cubicle (with a Grohe wall mounted shower) and vanitory unit with a concealed cistern WC, inset Duravit, ceramic wash hand basin (with a Hansgrohe mixer tap above) and useful cupboards. Tiled floor, tiled walls, wall mounted mirror, towel radiator and extractor fan.


Another light double bedroom with a window to the front.


Whilst currently used as a dressing room with an extensive range of built in wardrobes and shelving, this could easily be returned to use as a single bedroom, with the built in wardrobes fitting into bedroom 2. Window to the rear.


Of a good size and with electric double timber garage doors, electric power and light, a workbench, worktop with wood effect storage units, access into the loft space (with electric light and fully boarded) and personnel door to the garden.


The development is served by a well maintained, private, shared, gravelled driveway which leads to the communal parking area. From here a timber gate set into a dwarf stone wall gives access to the garden, which has been hard landscaped for ease of maintenance. There is a large area of stone paved patio for al fresco dining, with the remainder of the garden gravelled. A stepping stone path (lined with well established lavender plants) leads from the gate to the front door, with offshoots to the garage and patio. The gardens have been well designed and planted with space for benches and pots, and with a number of mature plants including climbing roses, clematis, hydrangea, pyracanthas and a crab apple tree.


Mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating. Communal sewage treatment plant.


BT.com suggests that speeds of up to 23MB are available with fibre broadband through BT.


Band D. Charge for 2018/19 £1,695.57.


House Freehold.

Communal driveway and parking area - share of Freehold.


Service charge for 01/01/18 31/12/18: £800 (normally £600 £700 per annum).


BA12 0JF.


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

Tel 01722 337575.


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Reference: 18859.182706

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