Fellers Lodge, West Tytherley, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
Drawing room and Dining room

Sitting room and Family room

Playroom and Study

Kitchen/Breakfast room

Utility and Cloakroom

Principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom

4 Further bedrooms

Family bathroom and Shower room

Garage with potential annexe/office (STPP)

Stables, gardens & grounds

Set in approxinately 4.7 acres

Fellers Lodge is a substantial detached, period property, with beautifully presented accommodation, set in a rural setting. The property features extensive grounds, with grass paddocks and includes a stable block as well as a potential annexe or office space. The living accommodation is spacious and flexible, with six reception rooms on the ground floor giving many options for relaxing, working or entertaining. The décor is clean and neutral, with exposed timber beams, brick-built fireplaces and exposed brickwork, complemented by stylish modern fittings.

The ground floor has a 24ft, dual aspect drawing room, as well as a sitting room, a family room, a playroom, a study and a dining room, which has bi-fold doors opening onto the terrace and gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room has attractive shaker-style units, a central island, granite worktops and a gas range cooker.

The first floor has five double bedrooms, including the generous principal bedroom, which has a large en-suite bathroom with an over-bath shower. All of the bedrooms are comfortable and well presented, while the first floor also has a family bathroom and a further shower room.

Fellers Lodge is set in a peaceful rural location in the popular village of West Tytherley. The village has a store, primary school and pub. Nearby is Norman Court Education Centre which features an outdoor swimming pool, sports centre (with a gym believed to be coming soon) and a cafe. Further local amenities can be found in the villages of Winterslow, West Dean and Alderbury, including village shops, post offices, pubs, a doctors, tennis courts, playgroups, primary schools and playgroups.

Further facilities are found in historic Salisbury. With its famous cathedral, this is a delightful city with a range of shopping and leisure facilities, with a selection of pubs, cafés and restaurants and excellent schools, including Bishops Wordsworth and South Wilts Grammar Schools for boys and girls respectively. Private schools in the area include Farleigh, Stroud, Salisbury Cathedral School, Godolphin and Leehurst Swan.

The property is also very well placed for access to Romsey (10.6 miles), Stockbridge (10.4 miles), Winchester (19.4 miles) and Southampton (18.8 miles), with a local train station at West Dean on the Salisbury to Southampton line. Salisbury's mainline station has trains to London Waterloo (approximately 90 mins), this line can also be accessed at nearby Grately station (approximately 77 minutes to Waterloo).

A five-bar timber gate opens onto a large gravel driveway and parking area, with space for a number of vehicles. There is a detached block built and timber clad garage block and with a double garage and extensive potential office space or an annexe (STPP) laid out over both on its ground and first floors.

The outbuildings also include storage sheds and a stable block with a concrete courtyard, five stables and a tack room.

The garden to the front of the property is mostly laid to lawn, while to the rear there is an area of paved terracing, a level lawn and colourful flowerbeds. Beyond the garden there are four grassy paddocks, which can be accessed by a separate drive. The total acreage is approximately 4.7 acres.

01722 239656

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41 Milford Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2BP

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