Having undergone extensive and sympathetic refurbishment throughout by the current owners over their long tenue including a large 2 story extension in 2006, this beautiful family home offers all the space and versatility a burgeoning family could hope for.
With accommodation set over the two floors, the property is set on the outskirts of the popular village of Sutton Veny and enjoys far reaching views across the countryside to the rear.
On the ground floor, the extended accommodation is ideal for family life, with the real heart of the home being the stunning kitchen/breakfast room. Light bright and airy, the kitchen/breakfast room is dual aspect front to back and has French doors leading right out onto the garden. With a tiled floor and a large range of Oak fronted cupboards under an attractive Oak worktop with inset Belfast sink and a large island unit with breakfast bar, the kitchen is a joy to work in. There is an integrated dishwasher, space and connection for both a 1100mm range style cooker, including a propane connection and an American style fridge freezer, pre-plumbed with the all important water supply for the ice machine!
All the utilities are in their own large utility room, accessed from a door in the kitchen. The utility room has further units under a worktop with sink and space for numerous domestic appliances, and another fridge/freezer. There is a door outside and a door leading to the boot room, a really useful space for the families boots and coats, as well as housing the oil fired boiler, pressurised water cistern and water softener.
The sitting room is on the other side of the property, again enjoying a dual aspect and a real focal point by the way of the beautiful brick fireplace with inset beam and a quarry tiled heart. Set within the fireplace is a Hamlet multi fuel stove, ideal for warming the winter nights! The flooring is attractive Oak, which runs through the remainder of the downstairs accommodation.
There is a study/home office, set off the entrance hall ideal for working from home and a versatile dining room, set off the kitchen, currently utilised as a versatile family room which has French doors onto the garden. Completing the accommodation downstairs is a cloakroom W/C.
Rising to the first floor, the spacious family home caters well with 4 large double bedrooms. The large landing has a superb view across the surrounding countryside as well as a useful and huge storage room, ideal for storing things away from the loft.
The master suite is a sight to take in, a large dual aspect room with a superb view to the rear, along with acres of space for wardrobes and an attractive en suite shower room.
The 2nd bedroom is a spacious double with a range of fitted wardrobes, as are the 3rd and 4th bedrooms. Bedroom 4 also has a fitted wardrobe.
The family bathroom again enjoys the superb view across the countryside and is well finished with wood panelling to half height, a bath with shower over, W/C and hand basin, along with a linen cupboard.
The family home is set within a spacious plot accessed via a five-bar gate from the lane. The driveway will accommodate numerous cars and the gardens are well-secured for canine family members. The front garden is a large space, lawned in the main with a range of timber sheds and attractive hedging and shrubs.
In addition, there is also planning permission for a timber framed garage garden store. Please see the Wiltshire Planning Portal with the reference: 17/10960/FUL
Access to the rear garden is down the sides of the residence, opening into the rear garden.
At the back of the house is a large patio abutting the kitchen, ideal for BBQ s and entertaining during the summer months which steps onto the lawned garden.
Sutton Veny lies at the western end of the Wylye Valley, with local amenities including a highly regarded primary school, public house and church. A more comprehensive range of shopping, educational facilities and a main line railway station to London (Waterloo) are available in nearby Warminster. The city of Salisbury is about 19 miles to the east and Bath is 20 miles away, whilst the nearby A303 provides excellent road links to London and the West Country
Mains Electricity, Water and Septic Tank
Oil Fired Central Heating
EPC: Band D