Sandfield House is situated on the outskirts of Potterne and is approached by its own private driveway with electric gates. The house occupies a private plot with magnificent open views. Potterne
is a small village and part of the civil parish located two miles south of the market town of Devizes, with good links to both Marlborough
and Salisbury. Potterne offers exceptional walks and hack trails along with local amenities such as a shop, church, post office and pub. The market towns of Devizes and Marlborough offer an up to date and comprehensive range of recreational, educational and shopping facilities. Pewsey is a short drive away and offers a railway service with direct links to London Paddington. There is a large range of state and private schools, including Dauntsey's school and Marlborough College.
Sandfield House is a Grade II listed Gothic style house, dating originally from 1828 with later additions. The house has a classic façade with prominent stone elevations relieved by pointed-head mullion windows with hoodmoulds under a tiled roof. The house provides both elegant and gracious reception rooms with fine period features including high corniced ceilings, open fireplaces and Tudor-arched openings. The entire house has been subject to a sympathetic and elegant renovation to include a custom-built kitchen. The breakfast room is complete with an electric Aga with a separate gas hob and oven. All the bathrooms are beautifully appointed with
quality sanitaryware throughout. There are seven double bedrooms served by three bathrooms. The principal rooms enjoy open and rural views across the well-tended gardens and countryside beyond.
Separately there is a two bedroomed coach house refurbished to a similar high standard, providing extra accommodation for family and
The exterior space includes an inner courtyard with useful ancillary outbuildings. The old garage is currently used as a home gym but can also be utilised as a play room or games room for older children.
The southwest facing garden is laid to lawn with a variety of trees distinguishing the boundary of the property. To the rear of the garden there are views over the ha-ha and pasture field. To the west of the house there is a charming area of
garden filled with box parterre and an abundance of scented roses, which leads to a dining terrace. Surrounding the garden is an attractive original wall along with a yew tree hedge. Adjacent to this is a vegetable garden with raised beds and a greenhouse. The property resides on 8.2 acres of land.