Langford House, High Street, Berwick St. James, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Drawing room

Dining hall


Kitchen/breakfast room

Master bedroom with dressing room and ensuite

Three further bedrooms (one with ensuite and a dressing room)

Family bathroom and shower room

Established garden

Studio/garden room

Double car port and ample parking

Langford House was built in 2000 by the well regarded builders, Mundy W Building Contractors. Since being built, there has only been one owner who has lovingly cared for the property. Langford House is a well-proportioned light and airy home with good sized accommodation to suit modern day family living.

The front door opens on to an impressive entrance/dining hall with a galleried landing creating a wonderful sense of space and height. The entrance hall leads through to a study with fitted bookshelves and on to the triple aspect drawing room. An efficient glass fronted log burning fire is central to this well-proportioned room and French doors open out to the front and rear gardens.

The kitchen/breakfast room is finished to a very high standard with a large free standing fridge/ freezer and an electric hob. A door off the kitchen provides access to the terrace. A utility room with ample storage and a cloakroom complete the accommodation on the ground floor.

On the first floor there is a principal bedroom with a walk in wardrobe and a good sized bathroom. In addition there are three further double bedrooms (one with an ensuite and walk in wardrobe), a family bathroom and shower room. A feature of the first floor is a wonderful snug fitted with a wood burning stove and a window seat overlooking the nearby countryside.

Berwick St James is a pretty village situated in the beautiful Till Valley countryside. The village houses are all centred around the quiet High Street. The village has a popular pub, The Boot Inn, in addition to an excellent farm shop that specialises in free range beef and pork produced on the farm. The nearby cathedral city of Salisbury offers a wider range of culture, shopping and entertainment facilities including several theatres, a cinema and a City Hall. The English Heritage site of Stonehenge lies approximately 4 miles to the east of Berwick St James.

The Wylye Valley offers extensive walking, cycling and riding opportunities, a large number of which are directly accessible from Langford House.

Set in an idyllic position, Berwick St James is conveniently situated with good communications to London airports and the national motorway network via the A303. In addition, Salisbury has a direct train service to London Waterloo (90 mins). The area is well known for its excellent schools both state and private including; Chafyn Grove, Cathedral School, Godolphin, South Wilts for Girls Grammar School and Bishop Wordsworth's. Further afield are Farleigh, Port Regis, Sandroyd, Bryanston and Marlborough.

The house is approached up a gravel drive where there is a double car port and ample parking for several cars. A lawn and mature borders surround the front of the property with a gate providing access to the terrace and up to the back garden. The current owner has worked wonders on the garden which is now set over varying levels with established flowerbeds and shrubs leading up to a garden room/studio. The studio features a wood burner and subject to the necessary planning consents offers the opportunity to create ancillary accommodation.

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