Park House, The Hollow, Sixpenny Handley, Salisbury

£700,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Period house

4 reception rooms

Kitchen

Cloakroom, utility and Cellar

Master bedroom with ensuite

3 Further bedrooms and family bathroom

Separate annexe with shower room

Pretty gardens

Off street parking

Park House is a handsome detached 19th century part brick and flint property, with four bedrooms and comfortable accommodation, set in the picturesque village of Sixpenny Handley in the heart of an area of outstanding natural beauty. The property features flexible accommodation, including four reception rooms, together with a detached annexe and immaculate gardens.

On the ground floor there is a splendid 24ft sitting room which is dual aspect and has a fireplace with a wood burning stove. Doors open out onto the conservatory. There is also a family room with a bay window to the front and an open fireplace, while to the rear there is a light and airy conservatory, looking out onto the pretty gardens. The dining room leads to the kitchen which has a good range of cupboards with wooden worktops and integrated appliances. There are also a cellar, cloakroom and utility area.

On the first floor are four bedrooms, including the well-proportioned master bedroom, with its en suite shower room. Each of the bedrooms has fitted wardrobes, and there is also a family bathroom. Additionally, the property benefits

from a two-storey annexe, offering useful further accommodation, which includes a shower room.

The property is ideally located within the Dorset

village of Sixpenny Handley which provides everyday amenities including a doctor's surgery, village store and a well known butcher. A more extensive range of shopping and recreational facilities is available in the medieval cathedral city of Salisbury. The village is within the Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering opportunities for walking, cycling and riding in the local area. There is an excellent selection of private schools close to the property including Sandroyd School in Tollard Royal and St Mary's School in Shaftesbury. Salisbury railway station provides direct trains to London Waterloo while the A303 connects to the M3 and M25 towards London and the south east.

To the side of the house is a gravel driveway with parking for 3 vehicles. To the rear there are attractive south facing, landscaped gardens, which are mostly laid to lawn and bordered by well-stocked, colourful border flowerbeds. Adjacent to the house is a terrace.

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