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Entrance Porch, Charming Beamed Sitting Room, Snug/Downstairs Bedroom, Large Dual Aspect Kitchen/Diner, Utility, Cloakroom, First Floor Landing, Bathroom/Wetroom & 2 Bedrooms, Off-Road Parking & Cottage-style Front & Rear Gardens, Cottage Style Leaded Light Windows & Electric Heating. Full of Character this beautifully presented 18th Century Period Thatched Cottage is nicely tucked away just off the High Street in this popular Wylye Valley Village.
is a charming beautifully presented Grade II listed thatched period cottage, thought to date from circa 1700, which has had an interesting history having served as the French Horn Inn during the 19th Century. The cottage has attractive chequered chalk and flint elevations with leaded light windows all under a thatched roof and provides comfortable, well laid out living accommodation which benefits from Electric heating. This is an increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a period home in this popular Wylye Valley village, hence the Agents strongly recommend an early accompanied internal inspection in order to avoid disappointment.
Nicely tucked away just off the village High Street, within easy reach of all amenities of Codford, a friendly and active rural community in the beautiful Wylye Valley, bypassed by the A36 during the early 1990’s and as a consequence now attracting little by way of through traffic although served by regular 'buses to Warminster and Salisbury. Codford has a highly regarded Primary School, 2 Churches - St Peter’s and St Mary’s, a doctor’s clinic and a Filling Station which also hosts a Budgens convenience store, whilst the village also boasts a popular theatre - The Woolstore. Warminster 7 miles to the West is readily accessible and provides good shopping facilities - including a Waitrose store, schooling and wide range of other amenities whilst Salisbury to the East is also within easy reach with a wide range of shopping and cultural facilities. London is commutable by rail via Salisbury/Waterloo & Warminster/Westbury/Paddington, and by road via the A303/M3 whilst the various Salisbury Plain military bases are all within a comfortable driving distance.
with courtesy light.
a delightful room with an attractive Inglenook fireplace featuring a large timber overbeam and wealth of exposed stonework and signs of an earlier bread oven, now housing a multi-fuel burner, painted ceiling beam, window seat, understair cupboard, T.V. aerial point, telephone point, night storage heater.
with painted ceiling beam, window seat and brick fireplace.
a spacious room with solid Beech worksurfaces, inset Belfast ceramic sink, under-surface shelving, recess for Electric cooker and Cream Electric AGA with twin hobs and ovens below, space for fridge, space & plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, ample space for dining table & chairs, feature glass panelled roof ensuring plenty of natural light, spotlighting, Traventine tiled flooring, stable-type door to front and wooden cottage door to Utility.
with cloaks hanging space, space for tumble dryer, door to Rear Garden and door to:
with low level W.C and hand basin.
Galleried Landing having linen cupboard housing hot water cylinder with immersion heater fitted and loft access hatch.
overall with range of built-in wardrobes, telephone point and electric heater.
with electric heater.
with White suite comprising panelled bath with Triton shower above, vanity hand basin with cupboard under, low level W.C., walk-in fully tiled shower enclosure with Mira shower controls with wet room flooring, extractor fan, working window shutters, exposed timberwork and complementary wall and floor tiling.
is located immediately opposite the cottage.
are laid to the front of the cottage to neat areas of lawn and borders planted with roses flanking a path to the front door. To one side is a gated path leading into the attractive cottage-style Rear Garden which includes a paved terrace with outside tap, power point and courtesy lighting, a sizeable area of lawn with borders well stocked with seasonal plants and mature shrubbery, plum and apple trees. At the far end of the Garden is a Summerhouse, a small brick built Garden Store and a Chicken run, whilst the whole is nicely enclosed by fencing and hedging the foliage of which ensures a high level of privacy.
We understand Mains Water and Electricity are connected to the property whilst Drainage is to a Septic tank.
Freehold with vacant possession.
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