Trinity Trees At Upton Lovell ~ Yours For £995,000

Thursday 19th October 2017:

Trinity Trees, at Upton Lovell, is for sale. It can be yours for £995,000.

The selling agents, Woolley & Wallis, say:

Trinity Trees in the popular Wylye Valley village of Upton Lovell, is a delightful detached house which is thought to have originally been constructed in the 1920s with attractive stuccoed elevations beneath a thatched roof.

It sits centrally in its garden of approximately three-quarters of an acre with frontage to the River Wylye and approximately 240m of single and double bank fishing.

It has attractive accommodation which could be used in a variety of configurations to fulfil a number of requirements.

The accommodation is particularly light and the large windows allow spectacular light to the front across the garden, the River Wylye and the watermeadows beyond. The accommodation includes a covered entrance which leads to a gracious hall, off which is a cloakroom and utility room.

The kitchen/breakfast room has a two oven oil-fired Aga and there is a delightful dining room, sitting room and study in addition to a snooker room which takes a full size table.

On the first floor there is a principal bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a bathroom. 

There is also a double garage and a garden machinery store and a delightful landscaped garden.

Upton Lovell is a delightfully unspoilt village which is peacefully located in the heart of the Wylye Valley where the A36 provides good access to Warminster, the A303 and the cathedral city of Salisbury.

The Wylye Valley is renowned for its picturesque countryside and within the village there is a popular public house, the Prince Leopold, which was so named in memory of the youngest son of Queen Victoria who lived at Boyton Manor in the neighbouring village of Boyton. 

Road and rail communications are excellent with mainline stations at Bath, Salisbury and Westbury, and the area is very well served with both state and private schools with both Salisbury and Bath retaining grammar schools.

Clive Gregory remarks that it is unusual for properties such as Trinity Trees to come on to the market, particularly as it has extensive and charming accommodation, a well-stocked garden, river frontage with single and double bank fishing, and as a consequence an early viewing is therefore recommended.

The guide price is £995,000 and further particulars can be obtained from the sole agents:
Woolley & Wallis, 
51-61 Castle Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 3SU. 
Telephone 01722 424524.