The Courtyard, Heytesbury Park, Heytesbury, Warminster, BA12

£600,000 Guide Price

Description

  • Ref: 37259_37259_FRM200102
  • Availability: Available
  • Bedrooms: 2

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Property Features

  • ENTRANCE HALL, DUAL ASPECT DRAWING ROOM,
  • KITCHEN/ DINING ROOM, UTILITY, LOWER GROUND FLOOR,
  • FORMAL DINING ROOM, STUDY/BEDROOM THREE,
  • FIRST FLOOR LANDING, PRINCIPAL BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE
  • DRESSING ROOM AND SHOWER ROOM*FAMILY BATHROOM,
  • SECOND DOUBLE BEDROOM, COURTYARD, ENCLOSED FORMAL GARDEN
  • THREE PARKING SPACES, FURTHER PARKING AND SINGLE GARAGE

Property Summary

*An elegant two/three bedroom period house within a Parkland setting*Two main reception rooms one with an open fireplace*Two double sized bedrooms one with an en-suite dressing room and shower room * Third bedroom/study*Attractively laid private gardens to Heytesbury Park*Parking for three cars in addition to a single garage*Outstanding semi-rural location*No onward chain.

Full Details

*An elegant two/three bedroom period house within a Parkland setting*Two main reception rooms one with an open fireplace*Two double sized bedrooms one with an en-suite dressing room and shower room * Third bedroom/study*Attractively laid private gardens to Heytesbury Park*Parking for three cars in addition to a single garage*Outstanding semi-rural location*No onward chain.

*An elegant two/three bedroom period house within a Parkland setting*Two main reception rooms one with an open fireplace*Two double sized bedrooms one with an en-suite dressing room and shower room * Third bedroom/study*Attractively laid private gardens to Heytesbury Park*Parking for three cars in addition to a single garage*Outstanding semi-rural location*No onward chain.


Situation: The property lies within a beautiful parkland setting approached via a pair of modern lodge houses with a tree lined drive sweeping past the converted outbuildings and leading to the main house which overlooks beautiful parkland and countryside. Heytesbury Park is an exclusive small community of properties formed by the careful renovation and conversion of an historic Grade II* listed Georgian country house built in 1782 on the site of an earlier mansion once owned by Lord Hungerford until his arrest by Henry VIII in 1540. Heytesbury House was the home for many years of the famous war poet Siegfried Sassoon. The nearby riverside village of Heytesbury is situated on the western side of the Wylye Valley and has a Post Office/shop, Primary school, two Inns and a Church. Nearby Warminster (4 miles) offers a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and public amenities.
Description: This elegant Grade II * property is a double fronted Georgian house bordered by its own formal gardens to the front and an enclosed courtyard to the rear. The property has been beautifully converted to form a two double bedroom house with a third double bedroom/study which is on the lower ground floor adjacent to a formal dining room. The property benefits from Flo gas fired central heating to radiators which also supplies the gas hob. Providing an excellent lock up and leave with the benefit of maintained parkland in a private parkland setting.
Accommodation: All dimensions being approximate.
Entrance Hall: With a part glazed front door and steps leading from the courtyard, staircase rising to the first floor, original wood floor and doors to:
Cloakroom: With a low level WC with concealed cistern, single radiator, window to the front overlooking the park, vanity and wash basin.
Drawing Room: 16'x12' With a flight of three stairs descending from the entrance hall this elegant dual aspect room has a window overlooking the courtyard and with further window and window seat overlooking the garden. There is a Jet master fire with mantle and cabinets to either side with recesses and overhead lighting.
Kitchen/Dining Room: 21'x12' This beautiful dual aspect room has two windows overlooking the courtyard and a further two with deep sills overlooking the garden. A part glazed stable door leads to a small rear porch and the garden. There are original elm floor boards and base and wall kitchen units which are hand painted and incorporate a butlers sink, polished granite work surfaces, integrated dishwasher, refrigerator, fan assisted oven and a gas four ring hob with stainless steel extractor hood above. A plate rack and glazed display cabinets complete the kitchen area. Plaster coving, single radiator, stairs descending to the lower ground floor and door to:
Laundry: 8'3"x8' With an original wood floor, large sash window and a wall mounted Valliant gas fired combination boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating to radiators.
Lower Ground Floor:
Dining Room: 20'4 x 10'6" This cosy partially subterranean room has a window to the garden, a lime stone floor, recessed ceiling lighting, double radiator and door to:
Study/Bedroom 3: 10'4"x9'8" With a lime stone floor, single radiator and window to the front elevation.
First Floor: With a large sash window overlooking the park and a further sash window overlooking the courtyard. Doors to:
Bedroom 1: 12'9"x12'5" Enjoying dual aspect with sash windows to the front and rear and archway through to:
Dressing Area: With built-in wardrobes to one side and door to:
En-Suite shower room with a large walk-in shower enclosure fully tiled in lime stone with a hand shower and overhead rain shower, chrome finish vertical towel rail/radiator, vanity wash basin with a granite surface, inset bowl, low level WC, mirror and up lighting with a conservation roof light.
Bedroom 2: 13'3"x12'7" Enjoying dual aspect with views across the parkland, single radiator and two built-in double wardrobes.
Family Bathroom: This elegant space has a panelled bath with lime stone tiling, low level WC, pedestal wash basin, tiled floor, chrome finish towel rail/radiator, up lighting and conservation roof light.
The Gardens: Are an outstanding feature of the property measuring approximately 40' in depth by 60' in width laid mainly to lawn with sculpted flower beds, paved terrace, central pathway, box hedging and established hedging to three sides with a gateway to a gravelled area of hardstanding suitable for two cars. In addition to this there is a further single parking space and a single garage within a block a short distance from the house.
The Park: The owner of 3 The Courtyard has the rights to use the adjacent parkland which is a beautiful addition to the gardens and borders open fields and countryside.
Maintenance Costs: There is a maintenance charge of approximately £340 per quarter for the maintenance of the parkland, driveway and the private sewage treatment unit.

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