A home in the Wylye Valley dating back to the 18th century is on the market.

Stoford House enjoys views over the Wiltshire countryside and sits within easy reach of Langford Lakes Nature Reserve.

Believed to date from the early 18th century, with a rebuild in 1822 and alterations in the early 20th century, the soft pink rendered Georgian residence combines period features with contemporary styling and updated fittings.

The reception hall has 19th century reclaimed period floor tiles, with much of the accommodation featuring polished floor boards.

There are three reception rooms all showcasing fireplaces.

The kitchen/breakfast room has an unusual island structure, which creates a central feature, along with an AGA and space for a breakfast table.

Completing the ground floor, there is a WC and a studio/hobby room overlooking the garden.

On the first floor is a principal bedroom with a decorative fireplace and an en-suite bathroom, which features a free-standing roll top bath tub on a raised plinth, along with a separate shower cubicle.

There are three further bedrooms, with a shower room and an alcove on the landing.

The garden is surrounded by mature trees and features flower borders, sheltered arbours, paved pathways, a pond and a terrace adjoining the house.

There is a large barn outbuilding, with adjoining storage, and loft area above.

Fiona Pengelly, from Strutt and Parker, said: “Stoford House is a wonderful example of a beautiful renovation seamlessly blending old and new, whilst remaining faithful to the property’s rich history.”

Stoford House is on the market for a guide price of £1,250,000.

For more details or to arrange a viewing call 01722 344010.

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