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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Ford

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Property Description

Key features

  • Winter & Summer Sitting Rooms
  • Hall
  • Study
  • Utility Room
  • Family Room
  • Kitchen/Breafast Room
  • 4 Bedrooms (one with en-suite, one with dressing room)
  • Garage
  • Underfloor Heating

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A beautifully apppointed family house with well proportioned accommodation, a south facing garden and a popular and convenient location. The property has a porch, Winter Sitting Room, Summer Sitting Room, Study, Utility Room, Family Room, Kitchen/breakfast room, four Bedrooms (one with Jack & Jill en-suite and one with a dressing room), underfloor heating in part, garage and attractive garden.

DESCRIPTION:
Castleford Farm House is thought to originally date from the 18th Century and it has subsequently been enlarged to provide exceptional accommodation which can be used in a number of configurations. This includes an entrance porch with oak front door which leads to a hall with a 'Winter' sitting room on the left with a fine brick inglenook fireplace with Villager woodburner and exposed timbers and a 'Summer' sitting room directly ahead which also has an open fireplace and a square bay window which overlooks the south facing garden, into which there are French doors. There is a study with exposed flooring, numerous storage cupboards and a cloakroom. There is also a utility room (which was the former kitchen) which is well fitted with integrated appliances. From the Study a door leads to a family room which has oak flooring and French doors to the garden. This leads into a sensational kitchen/dining room which has a vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, extensive oak work surfaces with cupboards above and beneath and integrated appliances including both a full height fridge and freezer (integrated), Neff dishwasher and a Stoves built-in range cooker. There are French doors to the garden and door to the side drive. On the first floor there is a landing with cloakroom and a principal bedroom with a dressing room with extensive fitted wardrobes and a 'Jack and Jill' shower room which incorporates a shower cubicle, contemporary Twyford sink and WC. There are three further bedrooms, two of which have fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom with a Sottini suite and a shower cubicle. There is also a spacious attic which is largely boarded.

SITUATION:
The property occupies a pleasant location in Ford which is a popular location as it is convenient to not only Salisbury, but also for the major trunk roads, A30, A338 and A345. There is also a regular bus service which runs to local schools, and in spite of being a short drive to the City Centre, Ford is semi-rural and as a consequence there is good riding and walking nearby. There is a popular public house, The Black Horse, in nearby Hurdcott which is within walking distance, whilst additional facilities along the A338 in the Winterbournes include a general store/post office, primary and nursery schools, churches and village hall.

ACCOMMODATION
GROUND FLOOR
Hall
Winter Sitting Room
Summer Sitting Room
Study
Utility Room
Family Room
Kitchen/Breakfast Room
FIRST FLOOR
Landing
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3
Dressing Room
Bedroom 4
En-suite
Bathroom
OUTSIDE:
To the front of the property there is a small garden with wrought iron railings whilst to the side there is a drive which provides extensive off road parking and a double garage which houses two gas boilers and has an up and over door to the drive. To the rear of Castleford Farm House there is a secluded garden with an extensive paved terrace, lawn, flowerbeds, fruit and vegetable plots, established shrubs and hedging and an above ground swimming pool enclosure. Castleford Farm House needs to be viewed to appreciate its numerous qualities, superior specification and extensive accommodation.

GeoTag:
51.094880051,-1.77621201

COUNCIL TAX:
Council Tax Band G 2,533.99

SERVICES:
Mains water, electricity, private drainage (mains available) and gas are available.

DIRECTIONS:
From our offices in Castle Street proceed away from the City Centre and at the roundabout continue straight across into Castle Road. Continue along here and shortly after passing the Old Castle Harvester, turn right opposite the entrance to Old Sarum and then immediately left towards Ford. Continue along this road whereupon Castleford Farm House will be seen on the right hand side as indicated by a Woolley & Wallis for sale board.


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29 April 2016

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