This timber clad barn was converted in the 1980s and whilst there is now scope for some updating and redecoration, it is a delightful and unusual split level family home. Its versatile accommodation arranged over three floors takes advantage of the lie of the land, with many of the rooms having far-reaching views across its garden towards the countryside. Ceiling heights throughout are good, and all the principal rooms have impressive original wall and ceiling beams carefully incorporated into the design giving the house its essential traditional character.
The Winterslows are well known as being popular, residential villages with a good range of facilities including a primary school, doctors' surgery, village hall, shop and post office and two public houses. Approximately 10 miles away is the cathedral city of Salisbury with all its excellent facilities - shopping, leisure, cultural, educational, and the mainline station to London Waterloo (90 minutes).