White House, Maddington Street, Shrewton, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
4 reception rooms

Kitchen/breakfast room

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

Mature garden

Double garage

A period property built with brick elevations under a slate roof, White House has been extended over the years. From the central hall, the sitting room has dual aspects to the front and rear of the house as well as exposed beams and French windows onto the rear terrace, linking through to a study which also has views across the rear garden and links to the integral garage and separate home office. The light modern kitchen / breakfast room

has a good range of cupboards with space for informal family dining, and a hatch linking to the separate dining room for more formal meals. The family room has open views across the rear terrace with a wood burning stove on the corner hearth and French windows extending the living space out onto the terrace for relaxing and entertaining.

Rising to the first floor, there are three double bedrooms with the master bedroom having a dressing room (which could be a 4th bedroom)

and an ensuite bathroom. There is also a family


Shrewton is a highly sought after village in the heart of Salisbury Plain, providing an excellent range of local amenities including local store, butcher, hairdresser, primary school, traditional pub and two doctors. The nearby market town of Amesbury provides additional amenities including a choice of independent stores and supermarkets, restaurants, bars and pubs; as well as doctors, dentists and a library. The historic cathedral city of Salisbury is just twelve miles away offering an additional selection of shops, leisure and cultural facilities as well as a comprehensive choice of schooling for all ages.

With the A360 providing direct links between Salisbury and Devizes and linking with the A303 London to Exeter route and the A36 Southampton to Bath route, as well as a main line train service from Salisbury to London Waterloo in 85 minutes, the area has excellent communication links despite its rural setting.

The property is approached over a gravel drive and leads to a large parking area at the front of the house and double garage. To the rear is a pleasant terraced area with steps to the mature gardens extending to approximately 1/3 acre. There are a variety of herbs and flowers in the beds and borders and a small orchard of specimen fruit trees. The garden enjoys views over the adjoining countryside and is laid mainly to lawn, all enclosed by a mixture of hedging and panel fencing for privacy.

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