***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Set in a wonderful rural setting before rolling Wiltshire fields, this three-bedroom semi-detached family home offers practical accommodation and a charming exterior. The interior of the property comprises a welcoming entrance hall and cosy sitting room with its open fireplace and pocket sliding doors to the dining room. All fitted with authentic solid oak flooring. There is also a contemporary styled kitchen overlooking the front of the plot which gives access to a practical lean-to. This area offers a utility space, cloakroom and a tool shed, as well as giving access to the rear garden and the driveway. Upstairs, there is a modern shower room which is enhanced by subtle hue lighting beneath its vast vanity mirror, and the niche honeycomb panelling integrated throughout. Externally, the property offers a sizable plot with an enviable rear garden with stunning outlooks onto the fields beyond. Double doors from the dining room open to the large entertaining patio space with a ten-seater table & chairs and a cleverly designed wall-integrated fire pit. From here the garden develops into an exotic haven of luscious green flora which entice you along the pergola covered path with adjacent decking and lawn areas. Practical yet pleasant illuminations follow in tow and introduce you to the rustic summer house. A space which continues to use lighting, but this time to create a relaxing and charismatic atmosphere. Fitted with a log burner this is the perfect room to enjoy a long summer evening or a crisp winter afternoon huddled with the family. Continuing further, the garden develops into an allotment for the green-fingered with a raised clearing at the very rear with its timber constructed benches that surround a fire pit and look out to the golden fields beyond.
As you travel north through Berwick St. James along High Street (B3083) North View can be found on the left hand side. Shortly after The Boot Inn pub. The property is situated at the end of the road.
Front door to the main entrance hall. Solid oak flooring with access to the sitting room and kitchen, as well as the stairwell to the first floor accommodation.
Solid oak flooring with window to the rear aspect. Chimney breast with open fireplace, timber mantlepiece, and stone hearth. Adjacent built-in shelving units. Slide and hide doors to the dining room.
Continuation of the solid oak flooring. Double patio doors to the rear garden, and built-in storage cupboards.
Marble effect flooring with window to the front aspect and side door to the utility space. Offers high and low cupboard units with adjoining solid worktop and splashback tiling. One and a half wash basin, Hotpoint fridge/freezer, space for oven and hob with glass splashback panel, and wall-mounted shelves.
A practical lean-to space with access to a utility area which currently houses a washing machine and tumble drier as well as additional storage units. Gives access to the cloakroom fitted with a WC. Also leads to a storage room currently used as a tool shed. Access to the driveway at the front and garden at the rear.
Carpeted stairwell to the first floor landing. Window to the front aspect. Gives access to the upstairs accommodation.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear aspect. Built-in wardrobes with integrated shelving unit.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear aspect. Built-in storage cupboard and the airing cupboard.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect and a built-in wardrobe.
Vinyl plank flooring with window to the side aspect. Offers a walk-in shower unit, WC, wash basin with adjacent solid worktop and cabinet beneath, heated towel rail, and large vanity mirror with background hue lighting.
Situated at the end of the garden, a rustically constructed summer house connected with electricity. Houses a wood burner and other curiosities.
To the front, the plot offers a large shingle driveway with side access to the rear garden as well as two entrances to the property. To the rear, the garden first offers a patio space with large table and chairs as well as a wall-integrated fireplace. Steps lead to a pergola-covered pathway leading to the summer house, with adjacent lawn and a flower beds areas. The garden continues to a gated allotment space with sheds and vegetable patches. This continues further to a raised clearing which is currently used as a space for a fire pit and surrounding timber benches with an opening to the fields to the right.
Berwick St. James is a small village on the southern edge of Salisbury Plain situated where the River Wylye and the River Till meet. The village offers The Boot Inn pub and The Berwick Farm Shop and is approximately seven miles from the historic city of Salisbury. Salisbury has extensive shopping facilities, a thriving market and a good range of amenities including supermarkets, high street shops, copious restaurants, pubs and bars, the theatre, the arts centre, a cinema and both state and private educational facilities. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club and recreation grounds and three tennis clubs, (one of which is close by). Salisbury train station offers direct commuter links to London Waterloo and the West Country. Additionally, Salisbury is well-positioned to offer great road links to the coastal cities of Southampton and Bournemouth, as well as routes into the New Forest.
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