Highlands Lodge is a stunning detached country residence that has been sympathetically extended to create a spacious and stylish family home which successfully combines a harmonious mix of period charm and contemporary modern style.
This spectacular home occupies a private and secluded setting in an idyllic elevated position set in large delightful south facing gardens and a paddock approaching 1. 6 acres.
The accommodation, which is arranged over three floors, is both light and spacious and certainly has the wow factor offering tremendous versatility in its arrangement.
You immediately feel exhilarated as you take the sweeping driveway from the village high street and see this handsome detached home standing before you.
You are received by an entrance porch and reception hall with sitting room to your right which has a double sided wood burner and doors opening onto the magnificent orangery, there is a snug to your left and a study and wet room directly ahead of you. To the rear of the house is the impressive contemporary open plan kitchen and dining area with glazed domed roof, and an adjoining utility.
On the first floor is the guest bedroom with en-suite and dressing area, three further double bedrooms and the family bathroom. Stairs from the first-floor landing lead to the striking master bedroom with spacious adjoining bathroom and covered glass sided balcony, designed to take full advantage of the magnificent rural outlook.
The large delightful mature gardens are an absolute delight, they face south and adjoin open countryside with magnificent open views towards Salisbury Plain. Beyond the garden is a paddock that runs all the way down to White street, the whole approaches 1.6 acres in total.
There is a very attractive three car oak barn with a studio/office above and a further detached workshop with your very own clock tower. Village homes of this caliber rarely come to the market and we expect considerable interest. The house is warmed by gas (LPG) central heating and the more traditional feature of a wood burning stove.
Easterton is a sought-after village between Urchfont and Market Lavington and sits beneath Salisbury Plain which offers wonderful walking and riding opportunities. There is a pub in the village and Market Lavington; half a mile away, has everything from a doctor's surgery to a library, general store, post office and butcher.
There is excellent schooling nearby for all ages in both the private and state sectors. Including Lavington secondary school, Dauntsey's, Marlborough, St Mary's and St Margaret's in Calne and Warminster.
Communications are good with both the M3 and M4 motorways easily accessed and mainline stations within half an hour at both Pewsey and Chippenham (London Paddington just over an hour). The historic cities of Bath and Salisbury are around 20 miles away and the market towns of Devizes and Marlborough, both with a range of supermarkets, independent shops, cafes and restaurants are close enough for everyday shopping.