Gunville Road, Winterslow

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
A wonderful family house, with five double bedrooms, double garage, off road parking and a pretty garden, located in the centre of this very popular village.

Sitting room, dining room, family room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility/boot room, cloakroom, five double bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms. Double garage, parking, front and rear gardens.

This is a wonderful family home which has been recently extended by the current owners. The result is an extremely stylish property with well proportioned and light rooms throughout.

Winterslow is a large, thriving and active village approximately 7 miles east of Salisbury. Being a larger village, it is able to support a good village store with a post office, tennis court, an excellent primary school, several churches and an attractive village hall with doctors surgery. The surrounding countryside is very appealing for walking, riding, cycling etc, while the cathedral city of Salisbury has an excellent range of educational, leisure and cultural facilities. Salisbury has a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo; trains also stop at Grateley which is about 5 miles to the north of Winterslow; and there is a local station for services to Southampton approximately 5 miles to the south at West Dean. There are buses which travel through the village to both Salisbury and Andover.

The front door is sheltered by an attractive canopy and opens into a small entrance hall with doors to the sitting room, dining room and stairs to the first floor.


A well proportioned and light room with a curved bay window fitted with bespoke shutter window dressing and overlooking the front garden. Second window to the side. Attractive wood burning stove on a slate hearth. Picture rail.


Again a well-proportioned room with an attractive floor and a wood burning stove set on a slate hearth. Attractive cornicing and a door to the


This forms part of the recent extension and is a large and wonderfully light room with an excellent range of built in high and low level storage units and a large central island combined with silestone work surfaces. An extensive range of built in appliances including two Neff Hide and Slide separate ovens, Neff microwave, tall integrated larder fridge, Integrated dishwasher, Neff five ring Induction hob with pop up extractor fan and two wine coolers. The butlers sink has a mixer tap with a boiling water facility. At one end of the room there is ample space for a breakfast table underneath a large lantern which provides masses of light and there are also double doors out to the rear garden. A useful walk-in larder cupboard.


Fitted with matching units and granite work tops with the kitchen, again with a butlers sink with mixer tap. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and a tall integrated freezer. Door to the WC. An archway leads to the rear hall with space for a range of coat hooks and boot and shoe storage. Doors to the rear garden and garage.


Currently used as a second reception room, this could easily be a study or office to work from home. Double doors lead out to the garden.

From the entrance hall stairs lead up to the first floor landing where there are two hatches to the lofts and doors to all the bedrooms.

Please note the rooms are listed in order of viewing from the left-hand side.


Part of the original house this is a well-proportioned double bedroom with a window overlooking the front garden and a good built in wardrobe.


Again part of the original house this has a curved bay window, fitted with bespoke shutter dressing and with some built in storage overlooking the front garden, a pretty original fireplace and good wardrobes built in on both sides of the chimney breast.


Light room with windows on two sides overlooking the rear garden.


Extremely stylish and fitted with a free-standing bath, washbasin and WC. Separate shower cubicle. Heated towel rail/radiator, large wall mounted mirror with light and shaver point.


The largest bedroom with ample space for various pieces of furniture and a good view over the rear garden. Door to the


A decadent room with a very large separate shower with twin rainhead showers, seamless wash basin in a vanity unit with space for a large mirror over and a separate WC. Heated towel rail.


A double bedroom over the garage with two windows overlooking the front drive.


The house is set back off of Gunville Road behind a pretty front garden with the original gate and brick pillars and a path leading up to the front door. Established laurel and hornbeam hedging and off-street parking in front of the garage for two cars. The lawn continues around the side of the house to the rear garden where there is a good size terrace which runs the length of the property with ample space for tables and chairs and sitting out. Outside tap and external power point. The remainder of the garden is laid mainly to lawn with pretty and established flower beds, roses, bay trees and several espaliered fruit trees. In the far corner is a raised decking area surrounded by jasmine from which there are lovely views across the village to surrounding farmland.


Mains electricity, water and drainage are available. Oil fired central heating.

BROADBAND suggests speeds of up to 50Mb are available with Superfast Fibre 1 broadband from BT.


Band E. Charge for 2020/21 £2,297.61




By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.

Tel 01722 337575


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