Stoke Farm House is a perfectly put together contemporary country house in a classical style with 16 acres of pretty gardens and grounds near Salisbury in Wiltshire. The property was completed in 2003 and is built of mellow greens and rendered elevations with Chilmark stone quoins under a tile roof.
Inside, a galleried dining hall has elegant proportions and a sweeping staircase to the first floor. The reception rooms are large, light and airy and include carved stone fireplaces, stone flooring and attractive cornicing; the conservatory in particular is a great room for entertaining all year round.
The first floor has seven bedrooms and five bath/shower rooms while the boot room features a spiral wine cellar.
Accommodation in total comprises: dining hall, drawing room, sitting room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, laundry room, boot room and upstairs, the master bedroom suite, six further bedrooms, and four further bath/shower rooms.
Outside are the studio barn and potential cottage, and a range of traditional barns, incorporating six loose boxes and a hay barn.
The gardens provide a pretty setting for the house and lie mainly to the north and west of the property. They include terraced lawns, mature beech hedging, herbaceous borders and climbing roses; adjoining the western side of the house is the flagstone terrace. To the east is a pond and a further area of paddock. The swimming pool and tennis court lie to the north west. The land is mostly made up of five paddocks and at the far western end of a copse and access to a bridleway.
Stoke Farm House is located in the south eastern edge of Ansty in Wiltshire, just below the Downs. Tisbury is around three miles and has a good range of everyday shops including a mainline service into London Waterloo. Salisbury is 14 miles.
The guide price is £3m. For further information please contact Savills on 01722 426 800 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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