Kingston Deverill, Warminster
£600,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A double-fronted, classic English detached country home with an abundance of charm including a pretty thatched roof in a delightful small village beneath the West Wiltshire Downs.

There is a welcoming entrance hall which leads into an impressive sitting room featuring a striking, exposed brick fireplace with a bressumer beam and wood burner inset. Beyond there is a sympathetically extended garden room with a vaulted ceiling. The kitchen/dining room, which is fitted with an Aga, is naturally light due to its double aspect with ample space for a dining table and chairs, which is ideal for entertaining. A study, utility room and guest w/c completes the ground floor living accommodation. On the first floor there are four perfectly proportioned bedrooms and two bathrooms. Of particular note is the 19ft principal bedroom with bespoke fitted storage, an en suite shower room and glorious views over the river Wylye and the Downs. The delightful garden is accessed via the sitting room, garden room and study, and is mostly laid to lawn. To the front, there is a driveway providing off road parking for 3 to 4 vehicles and a detached double garage.

Kingston Deverill is a desirable and pretty village set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. At the head of the Wylye Valley yet conveniently situated for the A303 (approximately 4 miles) providing good road access to London, via the M3, and for the west country. Mere is a little under 4 miles with local shops and schools and Warminster lies to the north with its good local shopping, railway station for Bath, Bristol and London Waterloo. Westbury has a mainline railway station for London Paddington. The medieval hilltop market town of Shaftesbury to the south also has good local shopping whilst the Cathedral City of Salisbury has more comprehensive amenities. Locally, there is two excellent primary schools at Crockerton and Sutton Veney, Stourhead and Longleat safari park are both also within 8 miles of the property. The area is well known for its footpaths, bridleways, rural walks and countryside views.

Council Tax Band: G

Tenure: Freehold

01722 238120

Myddelton & Major

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