Hopewood+, Coulston, Westbury, Wiltshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
Three reception rooms & Conservatory


Laundry & boot room

4 Bedrooms & 2 bathrooms

3 Bedroom annexe

Stable blocks & Tack room

Outbuilding, Field Shelter & Sheds

Claydon horse walker & Lunge arena

All weather arena & 2 All weather turnout pens

Secondary access and lorry park

15 acres

Hopewood is an appealing and characterful property, with beautifully presented accommodation arranged over two floors, set within 13.59 acres.

Offering a sociable setting, and at the heart of this handsome home, is the interconnected kitchen, adjoining dining room and light filled conservatory, which subtly blurs the partition between the house and the garden. Fitted with contemporary cabinetry, topped with wood worksurfaces, the kitchen features metro tiles in pastel colour tone, and a white Aga stove in a rustic recess, with ample space on offer to dine and relax. Ancillary space if provided by a laundry and boot room with external door. The elegant sitting room has a wood-burning stove, and a separate family room provides a quiet, flexible use space. Two staircases rise to the first floor rooms, with one providing a direct route into a guest bedroom, which has a part vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and access into a family bathroom. The stairway from the reception hall leads to the principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, two further bedrooms, and the family bathroom.

Supplemental accommodation is available in the detached, two-storey annexe which offers wellappointed accommodation comprising three bedrooms, a kitchen/dining room and a sitting room with French doors to the garden.

The semi-rural village of Coulston is home to a thriving community, surrounded by open countryside perfect for walkers, cyclists and riders, with a village hall which hosts a calendar of events, activities and clubs. Nearby Bratton offers a primary school, a popular public house, coffee shop and medical centre, whilst to the west is the charming town of Westbury, which provides a good range of retail and leisure opportunities.

The area is well connected by road, with the A303 offering access to the West Country and links to the M3, and the A36 providing access towards Bath. The mainline station at Westbury offers direct services to London Waterloo and London Paddington. Well-regarded schooling in the vicinity includes Bishopstrow College, Warminster School, Godolphin School and Salisbury Cathedral School.

The charming gardens and grounds at Hopewood are well-maintained, providing an immediate garden adjoining the house and annexe which is mainly laid to lawn and bordered by neatly clipped evergreen hedging and post-and-rail fencing. There are paved terraces offering opportunities for outdoor dining and relaxation, with mature and specimen trees offering dappled shade in the heat of the summer.

Three pathways provide easy access to the extensive equestrian facilities and, for vehicles, there is also separate access along the lane beyond the gravelled driveway which leads to the house. The facilities include ten stables, a 20m x 52m manège, Lunge arena, horse walker, fenced paddocks and a grassed canter track around the perimeter of the paddocks.

For all horse riding and walking enthusiasts this superb equestrian property is excellently situated for ease of access onto the chalk downland of Salisbury Plain.

Hopewood is situated within grounds totaling 13.59 acres.

01722 239656

Strutt & Parker - Salisbury

41 Milford Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2BP

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