A stylish modern home on the edge of Motcombe is on the market for £765,000.

Stirling House is nestled beneath the hills of the Blackmore Vale, between Shaftesbury and Gillingham.

Built by the current owner in 2005, it has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment.

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Constructed of dressed Shaftesbury greenstone, with a slate tiled roof and Bath stone mullion windows with bronze casements, every detail has been carefully considered.

Throughout the house are solid oak floors, with vaulted ceilings upstairs providing a sense of space and light.

Benefitting from a spacious kitchen/dining room, with double oak doors opening out onto the property’s terrace, this four bedroom house includes a cosy sitting room, a study/bedroom and a shower room/lavatory on the ground floor.

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Upstairs, from the vaulted galleried landing, is the principal bedroom, with dressing area and en suite shower room, two further double bedrooms, one with a mezzanine level, and a family bathroom with a roll-top slipper bath.

James McKillop, head of residential sales at Savills in Salisbury, said: “Offering a fantastic edge-of-village location, the quality of the refurbishment of Stirling House is fantastic and makes the house feel extremely welcoming.”

Stirling House is being marketed by Savills for a guide price of £765,000.

For more information, contact Savills Salisbury on 01722 426820.

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