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The Mill House is a handsome and well-proportioned family house, configured across four floors and yet very well-suited to modern family life.The large kitchen/breakfast room has access to both the driveway and gardens, as well as the utility room behind. The mill race runs under room adjacent to the kitchen, and more might be made of this feature, should a buyer wish to. The first-floor drawing room, of approximately 40' x 20', is very light, thanks to its double aspect and is perfect for entertaining. A smaller, more cosy, library to one side of the drawing room is ideal for quieter evenings. Back on the ground floor there is an excellent conservatory which doubles as a daytime sitting room, and is linked to the kitchen and study by an open-plan dining hall. Unusually for a period home, The Mill House can easily flex to accommodate few or many people, as required, an example of which might be the principal bedroom suite being self-contained off one separate landing, or the converted attics, which offer an extensive children's playroom or perhaps a space for a hobby.Both the Mill Stream and River Wylye run through the garden, meandering through to the water meadows. Fishing rights come with the Mill, and both the mill pond and river contain good size trout and grayling. The current owners have undertaken a lot of work to improve and nurture the watercourse and it's habitats. Considerable work has also been undertaken with regard to the water management, such as replacement sluices, a new electronically controlled mechanical sluice gate operated by the EA, and significant work to the water facing walls of the house.The outbuildings are accessed from the gravel drive, namely a garden/mower store and a single garage adjoining. To the rear of the property is a paved area, with barbeque for outside entertaining and wonderful river views over the “Wylye Boy” and garden. The principal gardens in front of the house are laid to lawn, with a variety of mature shrubs, hedgerows and borders. A pretty and slightly more formal garden, and also an orchard, lie on the other side of the river. These are accessed via a foot bridge from the house or by vehicular access from the village lane.Despite being unlisted, The Mill House has a fascinating history. It is recorded in the Domesday Book as rendering 10 shillings. The London to Exeter road forded the river beside this mill until the first bridge was built in the late 18th Century. In the middle of the river stands a statue known as “The Wylye Boy”, depicting a sea sprite blowing a shell-like trumpet. According to Pevsner, it was collected by the Earl of Pembroke on the Grand Tour in the early 18th Century. It was later given by him as a memorial to a young postilion rider who drowned after saving a relation of the Earl from an overturned coach. The mill and its surroundings are also mentioned in William Cobbett's book Rural Rides, “... I remembered Wylye very well and thought it a gay place when I was a boy. I remembered a very beautiful garden belonging to a rich farmer and miller. I went to see it; but, alas, though the statues in the water and on the grass platt were still remaining, everything seemed to be in a state of perfect carelessness and neglect...” Idyllic as this sounds, the house and it's grounds are now quite the opposite.View payable Stamp Duty for this property

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Bellrigg is a most attractive country property with very impressive equestrian facilities. The buildings are extensive and versatile and so also have considerable potential for other uses. Originally a stone built cottage, extended most recently in 2004, and thoroughly renovated, it now provides extensive and spacious accommodation. The extension includes the hallway, sitting room and games room, with two upstairs bedrooms. The house has three good sized reception rooms, a spacious dining kitchen and six bedrooms (one used as a gym and another as a study), all of which are presented to a high standard. It benefits from double glazing. Since 2016 a new riding arena has been installed together with a “hot horse” shower and solarium. On one side of the house is a garden, with a courtyard and further area of garden on the other. Beyond extensive car parking are the outbuildings which comprise a modern general purpose shed, with four loose boxes, horse shower and solarium, and an adjoining brick building with a further five loose boxes and a garage / store. Beyond this are two fenced paddocks and a modern silica sand and rubber arena. In all the grounds extend to 3.85 acres. There are two gated entrances off the road into the property. The first, which is currently not used, opens directly into the garden from where a door leads into the hallway. The second has a wooden gate which opens on to a drive which leads past the house and to the parking and turning area at the rear. From the paved courtyard, which is a lovely sheltered seating area, a covered entrance has a partially glazed and leaded wooden front door. The hallway has a stone tiled floor and a further door to the garden. The open plan kitchen / dining room has a fully fitted kitchen with a tiled floor together with wooden wall and floor units with tiled splashbacks and wooden worktops and a four oven AGA (red). Appliances include a dishwasher, five burner Baumatic gas hob, separate Hotpoint double oven / grill and a sink and breakfast bar. The dining area has a display alcove, and a lobby with a door to the garden. Beyond is the family room, previously used as a dining room, with a wood burning stove with brick surround, and two bedrooms, one used as an office, and both having built in shelved cupboards. Also off the hallway is the utility room with an entrance door to the courtyard, fitted units with a sink and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer and again has stone tiled flooring. Steps lead down to a lower hallway with Karndean flooring. Off this is the good sized sitting room with a raised hearth with wood burning stove, stone surround and wooden mantel, large wall mounted Samsung TV and Karndean flooring. The games room is another spacious room with an under stair cupboard and glazed doors to the back garden. A wooden staircase leads up to bedrooms three and four.On the other side of the hallway an arch opens to a bedroom passageway, again with stone tiled floor, and a picture window on to the courtyard with window seat with storage. Bedroom five is used as a gym and next door is a WC with a washbasin. The boiler room has a Worcester Danesmoor 26/32 boiler, coat hooks, drying racks and a shelved cupboard. The spacious family bathroom has a large walk in shower with wet walling and glass brick tiling, bath with wooden surround and tiling, washbasin, WC and stone tile flooring. The master bedroom has a glazed door to the courtyard and a dressing room with hanging rails and fitted shelves. Behind this and accessed off the courtyard, is a useful store. It is believed that this benefits from plumbing and there is potential for an en suite, subject to obtaining any necessary consents. The gardens at Bellrigg are mainly down to grass with gravelled seating areas and shrubs. A further area of garden at the back of the house is again down to grass with a covered beamed canopy (3.2 m x 3.3 m), which is ideal for sitting out and for BBQs, and a covered log store. The outbuildings comprise a steel framed shed (22 m x 9.8m) with box profile cladding, corrugated roof and concrete floor. This comprises four IAE Equestrian loose boxes (each approx. 3.45 m x 3.65 m) with rubber flooring, a “hot horse” shower and solarium, a tack room (3.55 m x 3.15 m) and WC with washbasin. Wooden steps lead up to a viewing area. Connected is a brick built building (18.2 m x 5.95 m) with corrugated roof, concrete floor and a further five loose boxes, again with water, power and light. The front part is a useful garage / store. The rubber and silica sand school (22.5 m x 44.5 m approx.) is floodlit with a viewing enclosure. In addition there are two paddocks extending in total to some 2.75 acres with electric fencing.View payable LBTT Calculator for this property

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