AN ATTRACTIVE farmhouse in the Deverill Valley is yours – for a mere £1,950,000!

Marvins Farmhouse is a charming and spacious Grade II listed farmhouse set in the heart of the Deverill Valley. Surrounded by rolling hills and picturesque countryside, the property is a rural gem. Origins of the house can be traced back to 1615 and despite its age, has a wealth of natural light. There have been a number of well thought out additions to the property over the years, which has created a period property perfect for family life.

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The front door opens on to a large vaulted entrance hall with a skylight highlighting this grand space. From the entrance hall, the dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room lead off along with a wide hall to the impressive conservatory. The kitchen is a well-proportioned and light space, complete with a new two door oil fired Aga. The drawing room connects via double doors to the impressive Marston and Langinger conservatory, which is well placed, making the most of the stunning views across the valley and over the Upper River Wylye. There is underfloor heating in this room which allows it to be used all year room.

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A large utility room with plenty of storage leads out to the undercover car port, on the other side of which is a spacious office. Above the utility room and office there are two large lofts that present the opportunity to create additional accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents.

The first floor is well laid out, including a master bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom, and an additional double bedroom with en suite. Three further bedrooms and a large family bathroom complete the accommodation on the second floor.

Situated along the drive is a garage, above which is a self-contained one-bedroom flat, which has been let in the past. There is also a separate large studio currently used as an office.

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Well-kept and pretty gardens surround the property, with a large lawn stretching down to the banks of the Upper River Wylye. A rustic bridge crosses over the river allowing fishing of brown trout, from both sides of the river. There is a newly refurbished swimming pool and a well-equipped summer house, with a large open fireplace, electricity and impressive wrought iron candle chandelier. The fully folding doors ensure that this space can be used at all times of the year.

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The property has excellent equestrian facilities including a large hay barn, five stables with individual water troughs, a tack room and a large straw/ machinery shed around a good sized fenced yard. In addition, there is a separate 5.3 acre paddock and an outdoor arena, which has a rubber and sand surface.

Marvins Farmhouse is being marketed jointly by Savills and Strutt & Parker for a guide price of £1,950,000

Contact: Savills 01722 426820 or Strutt and Parker 01722 328741.