£800,000 Netton, Salisbury SP4 6AP

HIGH SPECIFICATION modern DETACHED house built to a traditional design but with modern living. ** FOUR BEDROOMS ** ACCOMMODATION IN EXCESS OF 2,000 SQ FT ** SITTING ROOM WITH MEZZANINE LEVEL ** STUNNING LOCATION IN WOODFORD VALLEY **

  • FOUR BEDROOMS
  • HIGH SPECIFICATION LIGHT AND AIRY ACCOMMODATION
  • TRIPLE ASPECT SITTING WITH VAULTED CEILING AND MEZZANINE LEVEL
  • IN EXCESS OF 2,000 SQ FT
  • OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
  • STUNNING LOCATION IN WOODFORD VALLEY
  • LARGE GARDEN WITH COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS
  • PERMISSION TO EXTEND

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Directions
From our offices proceed north, over the ring road and into Castle Road. At the traffic lights turn left into Stratford Road and continue into Upper Woodford, turning right just before the Bridge Inn, to Netton. Take the second left into High Post Road where Oak View will be seen after a short distance on the right hand side.

Description
A fabulous modern detached house, full of character, constructed to a traditional design and with a high specification but offering modern, open plan living. The house has a southerly aspect to the rear and open views over fields to front and rear. The accommodation consists of reception hall, cloakroom, sitting room with mezzanine level above, family room/bedroom four, kitchen/living/dining room, utility room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom. Outside there is a large garden primarily laid to lawn and parking. The accommodation runs in excess of 2,000 sq ft and is light and airy with bi-folding French doors leading to the garden and Juliet balcony to the master bedroom. Planning permission has been granted for a side extension as shown on the attached diagrams.

Oak View is set in a stunning location in the heart of the Woodford Valley, overlooking open fields to front and rear. The Bridge Inn is within walking distance and there is a primary school in nearby Middle Woodford. Further facilities are available in Amesbury which is 4 miles and Salisbury which is 6.5 miles with its range of grammar and private schools. There are numerous footpaths and byways along the Woodford Valley and excellent travel communication via the A303/M3 to London and the West Country. Railway stations can be found at Salisbury and Grateley with services to London Waterloo.

House Specifics
The accommodation is arranged as follows, all measurements being approximate:

Covered entrance porch
Oak framework, wooden front door with leaded glazed panel and full height windows to either side.

Reception hall
Oak flooring with underfloor heating, turning staircase to first floor with cupboard beneath, ceiling downlighters, oak panel latch doors to cloakroom and family room/bedroom four. Oak doors to cloaks/boot cupboard.

Cloakroom
Low level WC and hand basin on chrome stand with glass shelf and towel rail beneath. Tiled floor with underfloor heating, ceiling downlighters, extractor fan.

Sitting room
5.94m x 5.06m (19'5" x 16'7") Triple aspect room with vaulted ceiling and galleried study area above. Open brick fireplace with wood-burning stove and slate hearth with exposed beam above. Double doors with full height glazed panels to sides leading onto terrace with far-reaching countryside views. Full height window to rear aspect, bay window with deep display sill and window to front aspect. Window to gable end. Oak flooring with underfloor heating, fitted cupboards and shelving.

Family room/bedroom four
2.97m x 2.33m (9'8" x 7'7") Double aspect room with bay window with deep display sill and fitted shutters. Front window also with fitted shutters. Oak flooring with underfloor heating.

Kitchen/living/dining room
7.53m x 6.09m (24'8" x 19'11") Hand built kitchen units with wooden work surfaces with cupboards and drawers below. Oak wall mounted and display cupboards, space for Aga/range cooker (may be available by separate negotiation), extractor fan above with light, built-in dishwasher, space and plumbing for American style fridge/freezer, freestanding larder and central island/butcher block. Oak flooring with underfloor heating. Bi-folding doors to side and rear, opening onto the main terrace. Integrated ceiling speakers. Oak latch door to:

Utility room
2.8m x 2.16m (9'2" x 7'1") Grant oil fired boiler for central heating and hot water, oak flooring, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer. Part glazed door leading to outside porch.

First floor - landing
Hatch to insulated loft space, airing cupboard housing mains pressure hot water cylinder with slatted shelf above and light, oak panel latch doors to all rooms.

Master bedroom
4.14m x 3.85m (13'6" x 12'7") Double aspect room, folding doors leading to Juliet balcony, oak fronted built-in wardrobes with cupboards above.

En-suite shower room
White suite of wash-hand basin on chrome stand with glass shelf and towel rail beneath, low level WC and tiled shower enclosure. Thermostatic shower with overhead and handheld attachments, tiled floor, heated towel rail, ceiling downlighters and extractor fan.

Bedroom two
3.85m x 2.88m (12'7" x 9'5")

Bedroom three
4.42m x 2.9m (14'6" x 9'6") Double aspect room, oak-fronted wardrobe with storage above.

Gallery/study
Overlooking the sitting room with balustrade, conservation style skylights, twin wall lights.

Family bathroom
White suite of freestanding, claw-foot bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, low level WC and wash-hand basin on chrome stand with glass shelf and towel rail beneath. Sliding glass door to shower enclosure with thermostatic overhead and handheld attachments. Part tiled walls, shaver socket, heated towel rail, ceiling downlighters, alcove with hardwood shelf, exposed oak beam. Door into eaves storage.

Outside
To the front of the property is a picket fence with pedestrian gate to the front door and twin five-bar gates to side leading to gravelled parking area with space for several vehicles. To the rear is a large sandstone terrace with lavender border leading to large lawned area with shrubs and specimen trees to side. Timber garden shed. Oil tank. The whole is enclosed by post and stock wire fencing offering maximum countryside views.

Services
Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Outgoings
The Council Tax Band is ‘G’ and the payment for the year 2019/2020 payable to Wiltshire Council is £3,063.04.


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