Spex Hall, Warminster Road, South Newton, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
Reception hall, Drawing room, Family room

Conservatory, Dining room

Kitchen/breakfast area

Utility, Larder, Pantry, Cloakroom

6 Bedrooms (1 en-suite)

Sitting room 2, Kitchen 2, Dining room 2

2 Bathrooms, Basement

1 Bed Annexe with shower room, sitting room & kitchen

Double garage, 4 Stores, Shed

Garden equipment store

Established garden

Spex Hall is an imposing period property, with an impressive 4,700 square feet of accommodation and outbuildings, including a separate annexe. Set in the small village of South Newton, five miles from Salisbury city centre, the property has six bedrooms, spacious, flexible accommodation and elegant, traditional décor. Many of the rooms have splendid views cross the surrounding countryside through large sash windows.

Dating back, we believe, to the 1830's and having been in the same ownership since 1968, Spex Hall has been a much loved and enjoyed family home for the current owners. Notable features include exposed wooden floorboards, high ceilings, period fireplaces and large sash windows, which create a sense of space and light throughout the house. The ground floor has a comfortable dual aspect drawing room, a large formal dining room and a family room with built-in shelving, which could be used as a library or study. There is also a sunny south facing conservatory and a well-proportioned Kitchen, with all the necessary space for storage and appliances.

There are six double bedrooms arranged across the first and second floors, one of which has an en-suite shower room, with a further three including their own washbasins. The family bathroom is located on the first floor, while the second floor has a further bathroom, as well as an additional reception room, a kitchen and a dining room. The rooms on the top floor have been previously rented out to provide an income. A separate staircase offers independent access to this floor. At basement level there are three flexible rooms that could be used for a variety of purposes, including storage, a wine cellar and a store room. The one-bedroom annexe is situated above the double garage, and provides self-contained accommodation with a bedroom area, a kitchen and a shower room.

Spex Hall is located in the small village of South Newton, six miles from the historic cathedral city of Salisbury. The village has a parish church while neighbouring villages Great Wishford and Stoford have a primary school and a village pub respectively. Wilton offers a good range of everyday amenities, including various local shops, a small supermarket with post office, doctors surgeries, a dentist, hairdressers, hardware store and bakers. Further schooling is available in Salisbury, including the outstanding rated Bishop Wordsworth's and South Wilts Grammar Schools, and independents, such as Salisbury Cathedral School and The Godolphin School. The area is well connected, with the A303 five miles away, while Salisbury's mainline station provides direct services to London Waterloo, taking around an hour and a half.

The house is approached via a gravel driveway, which leads to a parking area and to the outbuildings, including the double garage. There are an array of store rooms with an annexe above the detached double garage. The southeast facing, partially walled, garden is a delight and includes rolling lawns, paved terracing, well-stocked, colourful flowerbeds and various established specimen trees and shrubs.

01722 239656

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