Prospect House is a detached and extended family property set in beautiful and elevated gardens overlooking the Limpley Stoke Valley. Originally the police station for the village and built c.1930 the property has since been extended to give versatile and spacious accommodation.
Ground Floor - front door leads to:-
Dining Hall 15’5” x 14’10” - with feature staircase rising and dividing at half landing with further staircases rising to first floor, 2 front aspect double glazed windows, 2 single panelled radiators, under-stairs cupboards, double wooden doors opening to sitting room, double glazed doors opening to living room, breakfast room and study area, further door to cloakroom.
Cloakroom - with low flush WC with concealed cistern, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, electric heated towel rail, coved ceiling, downlighting, rear aspect double glazed obscured window, alarm console.
Sitting Room 18’7” x 18’6” - being triple aspect to front and rear with triple stone mullioned windows and glazed sliding patio doors to side leading to garden, feature corner stone fireplace and chimney breast with inset wood-burning stove, stone hearth and mantel, double panelled radiators, wall lights, double opening doors to hall.
Breakfast Room 16’10” x 10’11” max. - with open square archway to living room, archway to kitchen, glazed door with rear aspect window leading to rear patio and garden, double panelled radiator, wall mounted thermostat for central heating.
Living Room 12’4” x 10’11” - with glazed sliding doors leading to front, 2 double panelled radiator, feature stone fireplace with stone mantel, surround and hearth, inset gas flame fire, open recessed shelving area, television point, telephone point, open to:-
Study Area 8’10” x 5’7” - with side aspect double glazed opening window, double panelled radiator.
Kitchen 20’4” x 8’2” max. - with a matching range of floor and wall mounted units with extensive work surface areas incorporating 1½ bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap, space for oven, space and plumbing for washing machine, space and plumbing for dishwasher, dual aspect with 2 rear aspect opening windows and side aspect double glazed opening door, partially tiled walls, double panelled radiator, laminate flooring, wall mounted timer for domestic hot water and central heating, downlighting.
Half Landing - with single panelled radiator, triple stone mullioned double glazed window enjoying spectacular views over the Freshford Valley.
Galleried Landing - with doors leading to bedrooms 1, 2, 3 and family bathroom, side aspect window, stairs rising to second floor, study area with front aspect double glazed window.
Master Bedroom 18’7” x 15’2” - with dual aspect to front with stone mullioned triple window and to rear with sliding glazed doors and Juliette balcony, 2 double built-in recessed wardrobes, wooden panelled door to:-
En Suite Bathroom - with low flush WC, enclosed bath with mixer tap and telephone shower attachment, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and matching vanity cupboards over, water heated towel rail, part tiled walls, downlighting, front aspect frosted double glazed window.
Bedroom 2 16’10” x 12’6” - with side aspect double glazed opening window, single panelled radiator, stone fireplace with stone hearth, built-in double wardrobe/cupboard, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, shaver point and light.
Bedroom 3 13’1” x 12’2” - with rear aspect double glazed opening windows, single panelled radiator, downlighting, built-in double cupboard.
Family Bathroom - with enclosed panelled bath, separate glazed shower cubicle with wall mounted shower unit, vanity unit with low flush WC, concealed cistern and inset wash hand basin, part tiled walls, rear aspect frosted double glazed window, water heated towel rail, downlighting, built-in airing cupboard housing hot water tank and with slatted shelving.
Bedroom 4 12’3” max. x 9’8” - a double bedroom with dual aspect tilt and turn windows to front and side, electric radiator.
Bedroom 5 9’7” x 8’5” max. - with rear aspect tilt and turn window enjoying stunning views, built-in eave cupboard, electric heater, door leading to loft storage.
a brick block paved driveway leads to the front of the property and gives access to the double garage with 2 up and over doors, power, lighting, pitched roof. At the entrance to the drive there are 2 retractable security posts.
The landscaped gardens encompass the property to all side and are mainly laid to level lawn on various tiers with a plethora of seating areas, arbours and beautifully manicured shrubs, mature trees and attractive flower borders. Additionally there is an attractive patio area, a greenhouse, propagation area, raised vegetable beds, stone walling, a dovecot, a fish pond, summerhouse, garden shed, outside tap , courtesy lighting.
The views from the garden are most spectacular, looking across to the Limpley Stoke Valley and through the Freshford Valley, across open countryside to Salisbury Plain and Westbury White Horse.
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