Underhill, South Street, Broad Chalke, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Underhill is a well-proportioned village house and offers the opportunity to extend and create a home perfect for modern day family living.

The front door leads to an entrance hall, off which is a good sized sitting room with a multi fuel stove and large French doors overlooking the pretty garden.

Through the sitting room is a conservatory that makes the most of the afternoon sun. There is also a dining room with additional French doors opening on to the west facing terrace. In addition, there is a large triple aspect kitchen/diner room perfect for modern family living. A large utility room provides access to the back door and a study completes the accommodation on the ground floor. There is additional space to the side of the property offering the potential for the expansion of the kitchen and to add further reception space along with another bedroom, subject to the necessary planning consents. On the first floor is the master bedroom with dual aspect windows and an ensuite shower room. There are three further bedrooms (1 with ensuite shower room) and a family bathroom.

Underhill is situated in the heart of the desirable village of Broad Chalke south west of Salisbury in the Chalke Valley. Broad Chalke is a pretty village where there is an award winning community run village shop (voted best rural shop by the countryside alliance in 2014) with a post office, a pub, a village hall and two churches. In addition to these facilities the village has a good doctor's surgery and a primary school which is rated outstanding by Ofsted. The Cathedral city of Salisbury offers a wide range of cultural, shopping and entertainment facilities including several theatres, a cinema and a City Hall.

The picturesque Chalke Valley forms part of the West Wiltshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offering an extensive range of walking, cycling and horse riding opportunities, a large number of which are directly accessible from Underhill. The Chalke Valley History Festival is hosted annually and has become an extremely popular event.

Nearby Tisbury and Salisbury have mainline railway stations with direct trains to London Waterloo. Communications by road are excellent with the A303 providing a link to the M3, M25 and London, or the West Country.

The local area is renowned for its schools, both private and state. There is the excellent primary school in the village and Salisbury offers very good Grammar Schools for both girls and boys. There are numerous prep schools in the area including Chaffyn Grove, Leaden Hall and Sandroyd. At senior level there is Godolphin, St Marys Shaftesbury and Sherborne.

The gravel drive to the front of the house provides ample parking in front of a double garage. To the side is a useful outhouse that could also be used as a workshop. To the rear of the house the garden is mostly laid to lawn with mature and well attended rose beds, pretty herbaceous borders and a pond with a raised seating area.

An elevated terrace runs the length of the property offering views down the garden.

Towards the rear of the garden is a productive orchard with apple trees and views over towards the River Ebble. Within this enclosed area there is space to create a productive vegetable garden.

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