Linton House, Lower Road, Charlton All Saints, Salisbury

£775,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
• Entrance Hall

• Kitchen/Dining Room

• Sitting Room

• Snug

• Study

• Utility Room

• Downstairs Cloakroom

• Master Bedroom with En-suite Bathroom

• Three Further Bedrooms

• Family Shower Room

Linton House is an impressive detached, modern family home, with four bedrooms, beautifully presented accommodation and some delightful views. The care that was taken during the original build is still evident today and our clients have enhanced and maintained the property during their time here.

There are two main reception rooms to the ground floor, both of which are at the back of the house, opening onto the pretty rear gardens. The light and airy sitting room has a fireplace and French doors opening onto the gardens, while there is also a comfortable snug, with French doors and a skylight overhead. The large kitchen and dining room has plenty of storage units, beneath black granite worktops with a central island with a breakfast bar, and a range cooker. There is also a spacious utility room and a useful study.

Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, the principal bedroom, has fitted storage and a recently re-fitted en suite bathroom, which has a separate shower unit. There is also a stylish family bathroom with a walk-in shower.

Location

The property is set in the small village of Charlton-All-Saints. This is charming village, with a great community, surrounded by beautiful countryside and located on the Avon Valley path. There is great walking on the doorstep and fishing is available on the beautiful local waters, via the Longford Estate. The village lies south of the historic cathedral city of Salisbury and close to the village of Downton. Within few minutes drive, or a 25 minute walk across the fields, Downton has many everyday amenities, including a Co-op store, a butcher, a doctor's surgery and the newly refurbished local pub, The Goat which compliments the two longer established public houses in the village. There is a primary and secondary school, a library, vets, leisure centre, dentist, hair dressers and many other amenities. There is access to the New Forest National Park just beyond Downton.

Further facilities are found in Salisbury. With its historic centre and famous cathedral, this delightful city has a superb choice of shopping, educational, cultural and leisure facilities. The mainline station offers regular services to London Waterloo, taking approximately 90 minutes, while the area is also well connected by road, with a network of A-roads nearby and the M27 14 miles from the house.

The property is also well positioned for access to both Southampon and Bournemouth airports.

Outside

At the front of the property is a gravel driveway, with parking space for several vehicles. There is a single garage to the front, providing further parking or storage space. To the rear of the house there are well stocked gardens which enjoy a west-facing aspect with an area of paved terracing and a lawn closest to the house. At the end of the garden, a gate leads to a shaded meadow area with a number of mature trees. There is also a very versatile, timber-framed studio in the garden.

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