5 bedroom detached house for saleOld Sarum, Salisbury
Sold STC £795,000
- A highly impressive individual 4,000 sq ft new house
- Completed to the highest standard
- Drawing room, Dining room
- 2nd Sitting room or Bedroom 5
- Kitchen, Breakfast room, Conservatory
- 4 Bedrooms
- 5 Bath/shower rooms
- Landscaped and natural gardens
- Double garage and workshop (with wc and attic)
Entrance hall, Cloakroom, Drawing room, Dining room, 2nd sitting room (5th bedroom), kitchen, Breakfast room, Utility room, Conservatory.
4 Bedrooms, 5 Bath/shower rooms.
Landscaped and natural gardens. Double garage and workshop (with wc and attic). In all about 2.0 acres
Salisbury city centre 2 miles (3.2km) A303/M3 12 miles (19.3km) London Waterloo station from Salisbury station from 105 minutes.
This individual modern detached house was designed and built by the same renowned developer who refurbished and converted Throgmorton Hall. Discreetly positioned behind The Hall and sharing the same impressive gated entrance a great deal of thought has gone into the design and layout of Chartwell so that it provides ideal space for a busy family, with accommodation for two families or a dependent relative and plenty of space for entertaining.
An impressive Entrance hall opens into three elegant Receptions rooms and beyond the Dining room a spacious bespoke Kitchen with an extensive range of contemporary units and a range cooker. A useful Utility room, a Breakfast room and a superb Conservatory complete the ground floor accommodation. Upstairs in the main house there are 3 Double Bedrooms and 3 Bath/shower rooms (2 en-suite). Across the entrance hall in a second wing there is a very large ground floor Bedroom (or 3rd reception room) 2 Bath/shower rooms and upstairs a large 5th Bedroom or Study. An unusual, but very practical and adaptable layout.
The property has been beautifully equipped with attractive fittings, extensive ceramic and engineered timber floors with under floor heating on the ground floor. Carpets, curtains and blinds are all fitted as standard and the specification also includes solar powered hot water, upvc double glazed windows, doors, fascias and soffits all of which make this large house relatively easy and economical to manage.
Chartwell occupies a discrete semi rural setting just to the north of the city with the dual advantage of a lovely rural surroundings and views, with the convenience of being only a short drive from Salisbury City Centre with all of its services and amenities. One of the delights of this position is that beyond the boundary the Wiltshire Downs unfold to provide a lovely back drop for the property. There is excellent walking, riding and cycling all around and many other opportunities for sport and recreation with golf, tennis, football and rugby clubs nearby, racing at Salisbury and for those interested in flying, Old Sarum grass air strip also nearby.
Salisbury has become very popular because of its excellent range of schools at all levels including boys and girls Grammar schools and the Cathedral School, Chaffyn Grove and Godolphin private schools. This area generally is also popular with those who travel or commute to work on a regular basis; easy access up to the A303/M3 to the north and A36/M27 to the south bring the business centres along the M3 and M25 corridors and along south coast within reasonable driving distance. Salisbury has a fast regular train service to London, Waterloo and Heathrow, Southampton and Bournemouth airports are all within easy reach.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS:
Chartwell is approached through the impressive main gated entrance to Throgmorton Hall, and then over a sweeping drive through the grounds to a second pair of gates into the private grounds around the house. The formal gardens have been expertly planted to create an attractive mature setting, with wide lawns and well stocked borders and shrubs. Beyond this there is a semi natural garden up to the boundary stocked with a variety of mixed trees and shrubs. Immediately adjacent to the house on the south and west there is a generous paved terrace which leads across to the detached Double Garage Block and Workshop (30' x 17' (9.14m x 5.18m)). The building is divided to form 2 garages with electric up and over doors, a work shop and outside wc, with a generous attic storage area over.
Please see floor plans for room layout and dimensions.
Wiltshire Council: Salisbury (01722) 336272.
Yet to be assessed.
Current charge for Band H £3,055.16 (2011/2012)
Mains electricity, water and drainage are available at the property. Gas fired central heating and solar hot water.
Leave Salisbury heading north on Castle Road the A345 to Amesbury, passing Old Sarum on the left hand side. At the Beehive roundabout take the third exit sign posted to The Winterbournes and at the next roundabout go straight across onto The Portway. Continue over the traffic lights and the entrance to Throgmorton Hall will then come up on your right hand side with a pull-in in front of the gates.
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