Alfords, Swallowcliffe, Salisbury

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
Reception hall

Drawing room

Family room

Dining room

Kitchen and Utility

Principal bedroom with dressing room & en-suite

Family bathroom

3 Further bedrooms

Attic room/bedroom 5

Family bathroom

Substantial outbuilding with separate office

Garage and carport

Established garden

Alfords is a handsome detached and surprisingly unlisted, period house offering beautifully appointed accommodation arranged over three floors. The property retains a variety of original features, including large sash windows and exposed beams. The house is presented well with attractive décor and high quality fittings throughout.

The ground floor has three comfortable reception rooms, including the 25ft, south facing, triple aspect drawing room, with an open fireplace. There is also a family room overlooking the garden, and a formal dining room, again with an open fireplace. The kitchen has white wooden units, a butlers sink and integrated appliances, including a hob and a double oven.

There are four double bedrooms on the first floor, including the principal bedroom, which has a dressing room and an en-suite bathroom. There is also a family bathroom on the first floor, while the second floor has a large attic room, which could be used as a fifth bedroom or games/hobby room or study if required.

The small and picturesque village of Swallowcliffe is set in the heart of the rolling countryside of the Cranbourne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a pub serving excellent food, a parish church and a village hall, while further local amenities can be found in Tisbury, just over two miles away with a fine selection of shops and cafés. There is also a leisure centre, post office, butchers, fishmongers and the popular Beckford Bottle Shop. Messums Art Gallery can also be found here.

Tisbury has as a railway station offering direct services to London Waterloo (1 hour 48 minutes). Primary schooling is available in Tisbury and Wardour with secondary schools including Shaftesbury School and Sarum Academy in Salisbury, along with several renowned independents, and Girls and Boys Grammar schools in Salisbury. Wilton is 9.6 miles away with a weekly market, vets, dentist, Doctors, osteopaths etc. The historic city of Salisbury is 13 miles away, with a further shopping, leisure and cultural facilities.

At the front of the property there is a lawned garden, with a gravel driveway, which leads to the garage and carport towards the rear. There is also a stone-built barn, across the lane, which provides valuable storage space. The enchanting rear garden has paved terracing, a pond, lawned areas, established hedgerows, well-stocked flowerbeds, a vegetable garden and a secluded woodland area. There is also a stunning freehouse, providing beautiful views across the woodland. A splendid timber framed former bakehouse, with an office and a charming garden room, with panoramic windows, skylights and a log burner is located to the rear of the property.

01722 239656

Strutt & Parker - Salisbury

41 Milford Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2BP

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