Arundel Farm, Allington, Salisbury, Wiltshire

£1,350,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 7
Extensive views

Recently renovated

4 Reception rooms

Kitchen/breakfast room

5 Bedrooms, 2 with ensuite bathrooms, Family bathroom

Utility, cloakroom

2 Bedroom annexe with kitchen, sitting room, 2 bathrooms

Double Garage, Workshop

Stables and barn

Gardens with swimming pool

Paddock

In total about 2.6 acres

Arundel Farm is an impressive detached property built in 1958 with later additions and has seven bedrooms and more than 4,000 square feet of accommodation. The owners have recently renovated the house which includes replacing all the windows and doors, new boiler and radiators, new lighting, new bathrooms and kitchen and a new oak staircase. The house also benefits from wonderful views over the countryside and beyond as far as the spire of Salisbury Cathedral. The main reception room is the triple aspect, 32ft drawing room, with its large fireplace, fitted with a wood burning stove. The sitting room, dining room and kitchen is presented in a semi open-plan layout, with the sitting room featuring bi-fold doors, which open the whole of the south-facing aspect of the room up, to let the outside in. There is an additional space, currently used as a snug/

games room which could be used as a dining room. The impressive kitchen was built by Creative Kitchens in Salisbury with oyster coloured units, and granite worktops from Landford Stone. There are integrated appliances, a stainless steel range cooker and a breakfast bar. There is also a utility room.

Upstairs there are 5 generous double bedrooms, including the master with its en suite bathroom and one further bedroom en suite and a family bathroom. Two of the bedrooms open onto the balcony with its south-facing aspect and stunning views. Adjoined to the house is a separate annexe with kitchen, reception, 2 bedrooms and bathroom. This could easily be incorporated as part of the main house.

Arundel Farm is situated in a rural setting equidistant between Allington and Newton Tony and is surrounded by delightful countryside. There are pubs in both villages. The next village of Porton also has a post office, general store and doctor's surgery. The cathedral city of Salisbury offers an excellent range of shopping facilities, recreational and cultural attractions. Communications are particularly good with the A303 2.7 miles to the north, and Grateley railway station 5 miles to the east giving a direct service to London Waterloo (80 minutes). The area is particularly noted for its outstanding range of schools. There are many well regarded primary schools in the surrounding villages. Private schools in the locality include Chafyn Grove, Salisbury Cathedral School, Godolphin and Farleigh. The house is also in the catchment area for the two grammar schools in Salisbury; Bishop Wordsworth's for boys and South Wilts for Girls.

The property is accessed via electrically operated wrought-iron gates, which open onto a gravel driveway, providing plenty of parking and leads to the house and garage. The grounds include immaculate lawns and splendid south-facing gardens, with paved and decked terrace areas and well maintained shrubs and hedgerows. There is also a swimming pool. The property also features substantial outbuildings, including a workshop, a barn and stables which include a tack room and feed room which all have power and light. There is an adjoining paddock of about 2 acres which has an area of woodland with around 40 trees.

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