Teffont, Salisbury, Wiltshire

£650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
The Lanterns is a brand new, detached family home located within the pretty village of Teffont Magna, nestled in the Nadder valley.

Offering a little over 2,000 sq.ft. the spacious contemporary design of The Lanterns is evident upon entry to the large reception hall

which flows freely into a large family sitting room with bi-fold doors, a generous study/dining room, cloakroom and a fabulous

farmhouse style kitchen/family room approximately 20ft x 19ft and a separate small utility room.

The first floor has a light, airy galleried landing from which access is gained to a master bedroom suite, 3 further double bedrooms (all

4 bedrooms are fitted with a mixture of wardrobes and cupboards) and a family bathroom. This splendid contemporary home, designed

and constructed by a well regarded local builder boasts a high spec. on trend finish which includes a high-end kitchen with fitted

appliances, excellent quality sanitary ware and fittings and a variety of flooring including ceramic tiles, engineered oak and carpeting.

Excluding the main entrance door which is solid hardwood, all windows and external doors are double glazed with air source

underfloor heating installed throughout the property.

The property is approached off a private lane with a ranch style fence enclosed frontage. There is an open drive to the side with

parking for several vehicles. The rear garden is fully enclosed with a large paved sun terrace and an expanse of lawn. Prospective

purchasers should note that there is an oak columned, open pitch tiled roof porch to be added to the front of the property.

The pretty village of Teffont Magna, located on the edge of the Nadder Valley, lies some ten miles to the south west of the historic city of Salisbury. The village is well known for its picturesque street scene beside the River Teff and its lovely collection of period houses and cottages, many of which have remained unchanged for years. The village has its own period stone church and the renowned Howards House Hotel. Neighbouring settlements include Tisbury, some four miles to the west, which offers a range of everyday shops and a railway station with trains direct to London, Waterloo via Salisbury. There are local amenities nearby in Dinton including a primary school. Wilton, approximately six miles to the east, also offers a range of everyday facilities and the cathedral city of Salisbury boasts an excellent array of recreation, educational and shopping amenities together with the mainline railway station. There is good access to the A303/M3 to Andover/Basingstoke/London and to the South West whilst the nearby A36 links to Southampton, Bath and Bristol.

TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Mains electricity, water and drainage connected. Air source heating. Fully double glazed. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax Band: to be advised.

DIRECTIONS: From the cathedral city of Salisbury proceed in a westerly direction on the A36 toward Wilton. Proceed into and through the market town of Wilton following the A30 into Barford St Martin. Upon entering Barford St Martin, take the turning right signposted B3089 Dinton. Follow the road into and through Dinton. Stay on the B3089; soon after passing the Teffont village sign, the road will bear sharp right. Shortly afterwards, on the left hand side you will reach the bus stop layby at the end of which, on the opposing side of the road, is the drive leading to The Lanterns. Turn into this road and the property is the second to last house on the right

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