‘Upside down’ home in Crockerton

‘Upside down’ home in Crockerton

Environmentally conscious contemporary ‘upside down’ home with far reaching countryside views.

Are you seeking to add a more environmentally aware aspect to your lifestyle, but without compromising on style and functionality? If so, then The Croft near Warminster – a contemporary home built in 2015 which is being marketed by Savills Salisbury – makes for a tempting proposition.

The Croft, which is situated in the sought after village of Crockerton, has been designed to not only be an ‘upside’ down’ house with the living quarters on the first floor, but also to encompass highly desirable ‘inside out’ living, making the most of the superb views across the Wiltshire countryside towards Lords Hill.

Fifteen metres of south facing sliding doors connect the open plan kitchen, dining and sitting area on the upper level with an extensive balcony finished with a glass balustrade, maximising the opportunities to enjoy relaxed al fresco dining and entertaining, no matter how large the gathering. Furthermore, an electronic blind system allows control of the light and solar gain.

Lizzie Ball of Savills Salisbury said, “The Croft offers generous and very well appointed modern accommodation which is finished to a high standard.”

“In addition, the home has been designed with the future in mind, incorporating many technologies to enhance quality of life and economy of use, such as an air source heat pump, solar thermal water heating, fibre internet connection and a lift-ready storage cupboard.”

The master bedroom suite with built in wardrobes, dressing room and en suite shower room is also located on the upper floor, benefitting from the delightful far reaching views.

Three further double bedrooms are situated on the lower floor, one with an en suite and all with garden access via sliding patio doors. The lower level also offers a family bathroom, plant room and three further large storage rooms.

To the outside, electric gates and a gravel driveway provides access to the carport and ample outdoor parking, while the rear garden is landscaped and mainly laid to lawn with a variety of shaped beds.

Plus, for an additional shot of luxury, a six person hot tub is located on one of the raised rear terraces – what better place to unwind at the end of the day?

The Croft is being marketed by Savills Salisbury at a guide of £1 million. For more information, contact Lizzie Ball on 01722 426 823.




Posted on

11 January 2019

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