Main Road, Winterbourne Gunner


  • Substantial detached period home
  • Approximately 0.9 of an acre plot
  • Kitchen with own 'water well' feature
  • Five double bedrooms
  • Three reception rooms plus conservatory
  • Five bathrooms
  • Dairy outhouse with potential to convert
  • Two cellar rooms
  • Extensive, private rear garden
  • EPC: E

Property Summary

Substantial detached period home set in circa 0.9 of an acre in a popular village within the Bourne Valley. The accommodation includes five double bedrooms, three receptions rooms, five bathrooms, a large conservatory and the kitchen with its own illuminated 'water well'. The property also has two cellar rooms as well as an 'old dairy' outhouse which could be converted subject to planning. The rear gardens are extensive, private and have a westerly aspect. EPC: E.

The Winterbournes (Earls, Dauntsey and Gunner) are located in the Bourne Valley, on the outskirts of Salisbury and just a short distance from Amesbury. The River Bourne runs close by the villages. The villages collectively have a nursery, primary school, Post Office/village shop, village hall and a church. Bus route 66 runs through the villages making it easy to travel around the local villages and get into the city centre. The Winterbournes have won the best kept village award for 2016.

The cathedral city of Salisbury which provides a comprehensive choice of schooling, further shopping, restaurants, leisure facilities and a theatre. The city has a range of supermarkets as well as 5 Park & Ride services for ease of access into the city centre.

Salisbury 6m, Amesbury 6m. Trains: Salisbury (London Waterloo 85 mins).

Front: rail and gated front garden which is mainly laid to lawn and leads to the front door.

Side: to the side of the property, there is off road parking for four cars with double gates which lead down the side of the house.

Rear: substantial, mature and extremely private rear garden with a westerly aspect. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a number of mature trees and a wooded area with bluebells. There is also an outhouse which could be developed for example into garaging subject to planning.

Proceed out of Salisbury on the A30 (London Road) and continue along this road under the railway bridge to a roundabout. At the roundabout take the first exit signposted The Winterbournes and stay on this road for about half a mile. Next take a sharp left at the roundabout over the bridge and right at the next roundabout towards the Winterbournes. Proceed on this road for approximately a mile and The Beeches can be found beyond the village shop on the left hand side and marked with a For Sale board.

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All mains services are connected.

Council Tax
Wiltshire Council Tax Band F.

Strictly by appointment only with Bassets.

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