Located in the picturesque village of Quidhampton is this substantial family home situated on a generous plot with peaceful south facing river views to the rear. Originally built in the late 1960's this property has grown over the years with extensions to the side and rear and now offers around 1,800 square feet of light and airy accommodation. Purbeck is presented to the market for the first time since it was built and still offers plenty of scope to further extend and improve. We highly recommend an internal viewing to fully appreciate the size, layout and potential of this impressive family residence.
As you arrive at the property, drive through the 5 bar gateway and park on the large drive way. Here there is ample room for several cars. There is access to the rear garden from both sides of the property via lockable gates. The car port to the right has been designed specifically to cater for a tall camper van. Then make your way to the solid wood front door.
As you enter, you will notice the light and airy feel this hallway offers helped by the large frosted windows to the front and other windows from adjoining rooms. From here you have doors leading to the cloakroom, study, sitting room and the kitchen. Stairs turn and rise to the first floor with two under stairs storage cupboards.
The cloakroom is cleverly designed and split into two rooms, the first section is solely for shoes and coat storage then a door leads through to the WC & wash hand basin. Both rooms have a small window to the front.
This room was used as the study and comes well equipped with a telephone point and ample electric points. Large window to the side. This room could quite easily be used as a ground floor guest bedroom.
Entered from the hall way this room is versatile and can be adopted into many uses. This was originally the only sitting room before the sizable addition to the rear was added. There are wall lights and lovely views shared through the extension.
Entered via the original sitting room or dining area, this space is our favourite area of the home. With two large windows to the rear allowing all the south facing light to pour in whilst you enjoy the outlook of the garden and views beyond. This room offers so much potential, we will leave to you to decide how you would use this. The room then has a door way into the conservatory and doubles back into the dining area.
This was part of the original house before the extension and sits perfectly next to the kitchen, again lots of potential here to add your own personal stamp.
Accessed via the entrance hall and the dining area, this kitchen has a range of units with some retro wall units and more modern base units with a granite effect work top and an inset stainless steel sink and drainer with a large window to the front. There is space for the dishwasher, a free standing cooker and fridge. A door then leads through into the inner lobby/reception area.
A versatile space, currently acting as lobby with doors leading to the conservatory, an additional room, boot room and the double garage. Also another useful built in storage cupboard.
Currently used as a bedroom with a window to the rear.
Perfect for boots storage or 1st entry for pets on those rainy days with door to outside.
A lovely sunny room with a tiled floor and an upgraded roof. Patio doors lead out to the rear garden and a door also leads back into the extended sitting room.
With access to all three bedrooms and the family bathroom. Airing cupboard houses the gas central heating boiler and shelving. There is an additional storage cupboard on the landing. There is a hatch giving access to the loft via a pull down ladder to the partially boarded roof space.
A lovely light and airy room with dual aspect light from the side and rear, two built in wardrobes and stunning views towards the river.
With a suite comprising of the corner shower cubicle, wall hung wash basin and the WC with a sani flow style system.
A good sized double bedroom with beautiful views to the rear from the large picture window.
With built in wardrobes and a large window to the front.
With a window to the front and suite comprising of the bath with shower over, WC and the wall hung wash basin.
The front garden is mainly used as the drive way including a turning point and some landscaped flower beds to the side and front with well kept shrubberies. The border to the front is an attractive low level brick wall. The rear garden is South facing and has pedestrian access from both sides of the house. It is mostly laid to lawn with a lovely range of plants, fruits and trees including a Bramley, Cox & Worcester Apple Trees, blackcurrents, raspberries, gooseberries, a red Maple Tree and a rhubarb patch. Included in the sale is the green house and garden shed.
Located to the side of the property, this timber constructed outhouse is divided into two rooms, the smaller room is perfect for garden work tools etc and the larger side has been used as the workshop. Again, lots of scope here to create the ideal work from home office. Both with power and light.
Designed with a large sliding doors and tall ceilings specifically for the storage of a caravan. This is an excellent space and benefits from being directly connected to the house with power, water, light and plumbing for washing machine.
Quidhampton is a small village just west of Salisbury and about two miles from the centre of the city, where there is an excellent range of shopping, leisure, cultural and educational facilities, as well as the main line station to London Waterloo which is just a 5 minutes drive away (90 minutes commute). Also closer to hand is the market town of Wilton with a good range of day to day facilities. Quidhampton itself has a village hall, public house and a regular bus service to Salisbury.
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