A technologically advanced four bedroom family home offering views, a south facing garden and a paddock.
Spindleberry is a unique four bedroom property occupying an elevated position in the desirable area of the Blackmore Vale. The property has been finished to a high standard and incorporates advanced technology throughout including a home automation system. There are areas which require finishing including the kitchen and bathrooms The accommodation comprises a part finished kitchen, sitting room with a wood burning stove, cinema room enjoying beautiful views and remote controlled black out blinds and a dining room with oak framed vaulted ceilings. The ground floor has the added benefit of a utility room, cloakroom and zoned under floor heating throughout. The impressive master suite is situated on the south facing side of the house and enjoys vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and large windows to enjoy the elevated views. Two further double aspect bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom, a further bedroom and a family shower room complete the first floor. The gadgets continue outside of the property where there is a heated garage with storage area, office with high speed streaming and exterior multi coloured lighting to enhance the key architectural elements of the building. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a low stock proof fence to again enjoy the far reaching views and the south facing aspect. The secure paddock is situated at the side of the property with a pitch roof timber storage barn with wood store. Planning permission has been granted in the past to create a four bay car port.
The property is located in a delightful position with far reaching views over surrounding farmland on the edge of this popular village in the heart of the Blackmore Vale. Amenities in Stour Provost include a primary school and church and other villages of note in the are include Mamhull, East Stour, West Stour and Stour Row, all of which have a variety of facilities. The nearby hill top town of Shaftesbury offers facilities to cater for most everyday requirements including a Tesco supermarket, cottage hospital, butchers, green grocers, restaurants, pubs and cafes to name but a few.
The area has an excellent range of private and state schools including Gillingham School (5 miles), St Mary's Shaftesbury (4 miles), Shaftesbury School (4 miles), Port Regis Prep School (4.5 miles), Clayesmore (7 miles), Sturminster Newton High School (7 miles) Sexey's School (15 miles), Sandroyd Prep School (13 miles), Sherborne School for Girls (13 miles) to name but a few.
Communications close by include the A30 to the north at West Stour providing access to both the A350 to the coast and up to the A303 to London via the M3. There is a mainline railway service available at Gillingham, Tisbury and Salisbury with a regular service taking 1 hour 58 minutes to London Waterloo.
A gravel drive leads to the office garage around the side of the property where there is parking for several cars and planning permission was graned to build a 4 bay car port. The garden is situated at the rear of the property to make the most of the outstanding views and the south facing aspect. Steps lead down to the lower section of lawn where there is stock proof fencing and a standing area for a potential summer house. The lawn stretches round to the adjoining paddock and the timber storage barn with wood store.
Timber and brick built alarmed garage, velux roof, lights, power and heating.
Double aspect, remote controlled blinds, built-in unit with shelving, cupboards and drawers, attractive views and oak flooring.
Council tax Band F.
Mains electricity and water are connected to the property, drainage is via a private septic tank. Heating is via an oil fired boiler, wet system under floor heating on the ground floor, electric under floor heating in the master bedroom and the family bathroom and wood burning stove. Air conditioning is provided in both the cinema room and master bedroom. The house is equipped with a home automation system.
Leaving Shaftesbury on the B3091 head down St Johns Hill and take the right hand turn before the church. Once in Stour Row take the next right hand turning after the church signposted to Stour Row and Gillingham. Continue along Stour Lane following the road around to the left passing a farmyard on your right. Spindleberry is found shortly on your left hand side at the top of the hill.