Rose Bank, Stoford, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Reception hall

Drawing room and Dining room

Sitting room / Library

Kitchen and Breakfast room

Utility room

Principal bedroom with ensuite bathroom

4 Further bedrooms

Family bathroom and 2 Cloakrooms

External office/studio

Single garage and Ample parking

Established garden

Set in approximately 0.9 acre

Rose Bank is a beautiful double-fronted detached family home offering elegant living accommodation with charming period features throughout. The property is entered through a bright reception hall with French doors leading to the courtyard and rear garden. An impressive 20' drawing room benefits from dual-aspect sash windows and an open fireplace. Across the hall there is a generous sitting room, again with an open fireplace and built-in shelving to create a peaceful library area.

A large dining room provides a fabulous space for entertaining and has French doors out onto the garden. There is a bright breakfast room leading to the adjoining kitchen with smart fitted wall units, an island and integrated appliances. The ground floor further comprises of a utility room and a cloakroom. The property has two staircases leading to the first floor, with one from the breakfast room leading up to the principal bedroom which overlooks the garden and has fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom.

The principal staircase leads to the first floor where there are four further attractive double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, an additional guest cloakroom and a stylish family bathroom with a shower cubicle and a roll top bathtub.

Stoford is a picturesque village situated by the River Wylye on the outskirts of Cranborne Chase, an AONB, offering superb opportunities for outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling and riding. The village has its own public house The Swan and across the bridge in Great Wishford there is a church, a cricket pitch and a children's play area.

The nearby market town of Wilton offers a number of amenities, while a greater selection of restaurants, bars, shops and leisure are within easy reach in Salisbury. The area is well served by the A36 and the mainline train station in Salisbury offers direct services to London Waterloo in an hour and a half.

The property is accessed through a wooden gate leading to a large gravelled driveway with ample parking space for several vehicles. The driveway continues around the side of the property to a garage at the rear. A well-tended lawn with mature shrubs and trees surrounds the house and a large south-facing courtyard area with a pretty pergola provides excellent space for al fresco dining and entertaining. There is also an exterior office or music room, perfect for home-working.

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