A HANDSOME Georgian house in the centre of Netherhampton is on the market for £800,000.

The Whitehouse is a charming four bedroom family home which has been carefully and sympathetically renovated, preserving a host of original features.

From the entrance hall, the dual-aspect drawing room has an open fire, oak floorboards and French doors out to a secluded terrace.

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The property also enjoys a cosy sitting room, with a woodburning stove and oak floorboards.

There are French doors to the terrace which lead through to a large kitchen/breakfast room with flagstones to one end and oak floorboards to the other.

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It has bespoke, hand-made wooden cupboards and quartz worktops, a butlers sink, walk-in larder and Aga, while the dining room end of the room has a fireplace.

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A useful boot room with flagstone floor and door to the garden provides access to a shower room and a dual-aspect studio, with French doors out to the garden.

Upstairs, there are four well-proportioned double bedrooms, a stylish family bathroom and a separate shower room.

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The Whitehouse is in the centre of the small village of Netherhampton and has a pretty, private garden which is mainly laid to lawn, with borders of both mature and young trees and shrubs.

The garden runs down to far-reaching views over the water meadows and countryside beyond.

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There are two areas of terrace, positioned to catch the sun at different times of day.

Paul Cadge, of Savills Salisbury, said: “The Whitehouse is a handsome Georgian house in the centre of the village with beautiful accommodation, a pretty garden and a wealth of original features.”

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The guide price is £800,000. For more information, contact Paul Cadge at Savills Salisbury on 01722 426820.

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