East Hatch, Tisbury, Salisbury | £900,000 | 5 bedroom Detached
- 5 bedrooms
A beautifully presented period house with glorious views, and permission to extend, in a delightful and sought after rural position
Hall, Drawing room, Dining room, Breakfast room / playroom, Kitchen (with permission to extend), Conservatory, Boot room, Cloakroom
5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Garage & parking
Hard tennis court
In all about 0.96 acres
Nadder House is Grade II Listed and has recently been re-thatched. The house is believed to date from the 17th century with later additions. It is beautifully presented having been improved by the current owners. Nadder House has elevations of Chilmark stone under a part thatch (re-thatched in 2010), part tile roof with numerous period details including inglenook fireplaces, mullion windows and exposed timbers. The accommodation is very well presented and the addition of a conservatory in recent years has provided an additional living space that takes full advantage of the beautiful views. Also on the ground floor is a drawing room and a dining room, separated by a central staircase hall with cloakroom. Beyond the dining room there is a breakfast room / playroom and a kitchen. The current owners have recently obtained detailed planning permission for an extension to the kitchen to create a superb kitchen and family room which will open onto the garden. Plans can be viewed at the agent’s office or by visiting
Upstairs there are 5 bedrooms, including a smaller room which has recently been used as a study, as well as 2 bathrooms and a separate lavatory.
Nadder House occupies a glorious elevated position overlooking the beautiful open countryside of the West Wiltshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The house faces predominantly towards the south & west and has unspoilt views from all the principal reception rooms and bedrooms as well as the garden.
East Hatch is a small hamlet close to the thriving village of Tisbury which has a supermarket, several pubs, a bank, a doctor’s and a dentist’s surgery, a post office, a sports centre and a garage as well as a railway station providing direct trains to London Waterloo. Shaftesbury and Salisbury are also within easy reach and offer a wide variety of shops and restaurants and Salisbury also has theatres and a cinema.
Despite its idyllic position, Nadder House remains very accessible either via train or the A303 which lies approximately five miles to the north.
The area is renowned for its excellent prep and private schools including Port Regis, Sandroyd, St Mary’s Shaftesbury, Bryanston and Clayesmore. There is also a well-regarded primary school in Wardour approximately one mile away.
Nadder House is reached via a large gravel parking area adjacent to a detached garage block. There is a stone terrace to the rear of the house, beyond which lie the gardens which enjoy wonderful views to the south and west. The gardens are delightful with numerous mature trees and shrubs with the majority laid to lawn with an attractive wooden summer house . Behind the formal gardens there is a further area of garden which contains a fenced hard tennis court and orchard.