Church Farmhouse, a striking and substantial period home set within large and mature gardens located in the heart of Stapleford village, is being marketed by Savills Salisbury.
Patrick Brady, who is marketing the property for Savills Salisbury, said, “Church Farmhouse is situated in a popular location within the Wylye Valley within the West Wiltshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is attractively positioned at the end of its own drive next to the village church, within lovely established gardens which extend to almost an acre. The property, which dates back to the 1600s, combines the benefit of period charm with the advantage of being unlisted.”
The accommodation, extending to over 5,000 square feet, is particularly well-presented with the three formal reception rooms being accessed from the reception hall. To the front of the house is the attractive dining room with double aspect windows, stripped wooden floor and an attractive open fire and there is a spacious study on the opposite side of the hall equipped with an extensive range of shelving and a cosy wood-burning stove.
The drawing room is located to the rear of the property, which is a spacious and light room with a central inglenook fireplace with large wood-burning stove and hand built cabinets. The kitchen / breakfast room is well positioned and newly fitted out to a high standard, including a brand new 5-oven Total Control Aga, a traditional larder and a door opening onto the garden.
Beyond the kitchen is superb and versatile light-filled garden / games room with vaulted ceilings which could suit a variety of purposes; measuring more than 30ft by 25ft. There is also a useful utility room and cloakroom, plus a large cellar which is located underneath the study and accessed via a permanent staircase.
On the first floor are four double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a shower room. On the second floor are two further bedrooms and a large area of easily accessible walk-in loft storage space, which would be ideal for further conversion if desired.
The main part of the house faces south, with the majority of the principal rooms and bedrooms benefitting from a dual aspect overlooking the gardens. The enclosed part-walled gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with planted borders and mature trees. A large paved terrace courtyard is ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining, and the gardens also feature a summer house, garden store, potting shed and a small workshop.
Church Farmhouse is being marketed by Savills Salisbury at a guide of £1.25 million. For more information, contact Patrick Brady on 01722 426 820.