Enjoying an elevated location, High Views is orientated to make the most of the valley and farmland views that it enjoys. A detached house, dating from the 1950's it offers easily maintained accommodation with well proportioned reception space.
From the Entrance Hall there is a good size Dining Room, having an open fireplace with display feature, the room is beautifully light and versatile. The Sitting Room is of equally good size, with the brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove. The highlight of the ground floor accommodation however is the superb wrap around conservatory that has created a fabulous addition to the already generous reception space. An inviting space throughout the seasons with French doors opening to a lovely decked area with water features, providing a wonderful summer entertaining space.
The Kitchen/Breakfast Room is light and bright, warmed by an oil fired Rayburn, with room for a table and chairs and the most lovely outlook across adjoining farmland, it is a perfect spot to enjoy breakfast or coffee.
A ground floor shower room is a useful addition and the rear porch, with stable door, leads on to a separate Boot/Utility Room with the oil fired boiler and plumbing for a washing machine.
On the first floor the light landing leads to the three bedrooms, two of which are double and have wonderful views, and the family bathroom which has a white suite.
A parking bay at the front provides room for two cars and steps lead up to the attractively landscaped gardens, with mature hedging on the boundary. Decked areas and gravelled terraces provide lovely seating areas to the front, making the most of the elevated situation and views, with balustrading in place to make it safe for children and animals.
To the rear, well maintained lawns are interspersed with flowering trees and well stocked flower and shrub beds that are planted to provide colour and interest throughout the seasons. Directly bordered by open farmland, the gardens are private and mature with a lovely open feel.
Set in the popular village of Donhead St Andrew. The adjoining countryside is designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in which a policy of strict planning control operates to preserve its special character.
Donhead St Andrew has a church and inn, while the nearby villages of Ludwell and Charlton have a post office/store,
butcher, village hall and school. Shaftesbury has
facilities for most everyday needs including shops, a
hospital and health centre, library, schools and churches. Tisbury has a mainline railway with services to London Waterloo and the West Country.
London is also accessible by road via the A303 which
links with the M3 and other towns in the area including Sherborne, Bath and Salisbury are within motoring distance.
To find out more about this property and its location please contact our Salisbury office
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"An individual detached house in sought after village, enjoying open country views."