- £950,000 Value:
- 4 Bedrooms:
- 4 Bathrooms:
- 286m2 Area:
- 2018 Completion:
A newly built four bedroom 3084 sq.ft dwelling in a half acre plot with a large detached garage/workshop. Located in the unspoiled countryside in the heart of the Blackmore Vale on the outskirts of Mere, Wiltshire.
This prominent character home has been built to the highest specifications, using local stone and Dark Oak Cedral weatherboard cladding, with oak features and pale green window frames, making the best use of the natural light available with uninterrupted views of the beautiful surrounding countryside
Limpers Hill, one mile south of the village centre of Mere is located in quiet picturesque, gently undulating countryside on the border of North Dorset and Wiltshire, with close proximity to the ancient hilltop town of Shaftesbury, and the National Trust site of Stourhead.
The location has the added advantage of excellent transport links to London and the West Country, via the A303. Four miles south, Gillingham station offers a regular service to London Waterloo, as well as Exeter and other destinations in the West Country. The City of Salisbury is within approximately 45 minutes driving distance to the east and Bath is a similar distance to the north.
Mere has a good range of local shops and amenities, and eating establishments. The nearby towns of Gillingham and Shaftesbury have several major supermarkets, including Waitrose, Tesco and Asda.
- New-build property internally 3,084 sq.ft with large detached garage/workshop
- Mere described in the Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in the Southwest.
- Wiltshire Planning Ref: 14/07001/FUL
- Timber-framed / Natural stone
- Half acre site
- Surrounded by farmland
- Four bedrooms with en-suites, one on the ground floor
- Further bedroom or dressing room
- Impressive views of the Mere Downs.
Located in the unspoiled countryside in the heart of the Blackmore Vale on the outskirts of Mere, Wiltshire, with close proximity to local amenities, activities and transport links.
This prominent character home will be built to the highest specifications, using local stone and cedar timber, with oak features, it will make the best use of the natural light available with uninterrupted views of the beautiful surrounding countryside. Inside, the rural aesthetic will be combined with contemporary open-plan living that allows you to enjoy this unique space to its full potential.
Design & Build
Surrounding the house on all sides is farmland and a mixture of trees and hedgerows. Between the trees there are impressive views of the Mere Downs.
The external view of the dwelling from the roadway: A largely oak frame structure, central glazed gable with floor to ceiling glazing, incorporating traditional features such as cottage dormer style windows and local natural stone, covered by a plain clay tile roof.
The house, with a distinct external design, provided an opportunity for greater individuality inside. Achieving a ‘B’ EPC rating using high insulation and pioneering energy efficient products.
Internally, the home has a modern architectural style – spacious, relaxed open-plan kitchen/diner and lounge rooms with oak beams, and four bedrooms, all with en-suites, one on the ground floor. Allowing the occupants to enjoy this unique space to its full potential.