London Road, Winterslow

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Architect Designed Contemporary Home

Formerly The Pheasant Pub and hotel, in 2011 The Pheasantry was converted into an exclusive development of individually designed new homes. The properties were well designed and attractively styled with both flair and imagination by London based architects, Michael Trentham Architects.

Occupying a corner plot to the rear of the wider property, No.5 The Pheasantry is a spacious and light-filled home with lovely views over the garden to the front. The entrance hall offers access to the large, sitting room with French doors on to the decked terrace and garden. The kitchen/breakfast room can be accessed from both the hall and the sitting room and has a range of fitted units with wooden work surfaces, a range cooker and integrated appliances. There is an enclosed courtyard off the breakfast eating area. The garden room also looks out over the front of the house with French doors leading to the grounds beyond. A cloakroom/WC completes the ground floor.

Upstairs there is a principal bedroom with an en suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Outside The enclosed, fully fenced garden has a decked terrace accessed from the sitting room. The area is laid to lawn with a long gravelled driveway leading off the access lane.

The Pheasantry is situated on the edge of the village of West Winterslow. The parish has a good

range of everyday amenities, such as a primary school, pub, shop, post office, village hall, church and doctors surgery. There are beautiful local walks through surrounding countryside and to nearby Bentley Wood, which is a large and nationally important nature reserve/Site of Special

Scientific Interest and, subsequently, a haven for wildlife. It provides extensive walking, cycling and riding over 2000 acres.

About 9 miles to the east is the pretty Test-side village of Stockbridge, which boasts a range of independent shops, cafés, pubs, restaurants, butchers and a delicatessen. Grateley train station is about 9 miles north, from where trains to London Waterloo take approximately 80 minutes. The beautiful Cathedral city of Salisbury offers a wide selection of shops, restaurants, arts and recreational facilities. Trains from Salisbury to London Waterloo have a journey time of

approximately 90 minutes. Racing is available at Salisbury Racecourse and Wincanton and

golf at South Wilts Golf Club and High Post. This area is renowned for its fishing on the River Test, Avon and outlying chalk streams.

The A303 provides access to the south west and London via the M3. There is a wide selection of

both state and private schools in the area, including Farleigh Prep School, Salisbury Cathedral School, Chafyn Grove and Godolphin, as well as Bishop Wordsworth and South Wilts Grammar Schools.

From Salisbury, take the A30 towards Andover. Continue for approximately 4 miles, passing the Thyme and Tides Café on your right-hand side. Continue down the hill along the dual-carriageway. The Pheasantry can be found on the left-hand side, shortly after the Porton/Pitton traffic lights.

Council Tax Band: E

Tenure: Freehold

A management company is in the process of being created to maintain the communal parts of the grounds, please contact the office for any further details.

01722 238120

Myddelton & Major

49 High Street, Salisbury

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