East Knoyle, Salisbury
- Character features
- Open fireplace
- Bathroom & Shower Room
- Favoured location
Property SummaryA well modernised and very attractive Attached 4 Bedroom Period Cottage with good sized garden, garage and parking in a tucked away location on the edge of this highly sought after village.
DESCRIPTION Chaffers are delighted to bring to the market this charming attached period cottage quietly tucked away within a conservation area on the edge of this extremely popular village. Dating from the 18th century this well modernised and well presented cottage is set back from the lane being attached on one side to the Fox & Hounds it is constructed in the main of brick and stone to the front under a clay tiled roof with a rendered rear elevation and a flat roofed extension. The accommodation is arranged over two floors comprising on the ground floor: entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and a cloakroom off, sitting room with open fireplace and fitted woodburner, dining room with timber floor and door to the 'L' shaped kitchen / breakfast room a double aspect room with a ceramic tiled floor, doors lead out to the front and rear gardens and further door leads into the very useful utility / store room with a door to the rear porch and the outside. On the first floor there is a central landing, 4 bedrooms one with an en suite shower room, bedroom 4 has a door leading out onto the rear garden and a family bathroom completes the accommodation. The cottage benefits from a Biomass radiator central heating system and the majority of the windows being double glazed.
Outside: Tarmac drive at the front of the cottage providing off road parking and a detached Garage with up and over door, light and power. A wicket gate from the driveway leads you into the front garden which has lawns, well stocked borders, shrubs. Boiler cupboard. Side access. Rear garden has a raised barked circular seating / patio area, lawns and beyond a vegetable section. Outside tap and lights.
LOCATION East Knoyle is a highly regarded village set in an area of outstanding natural beauty also famed for being the birthplace of Sir Christopher Wren, surrounded by unspoilt undulating timbered countryside easily accessible to the A350 and only 2 miles from the A303 which provides great access to the West Country and easterly connecting to the M3 & M25. Within the village there is an excellent community Post Office / General Stores, an active village hall, Parish Church and a pretty thatched country Pub / Restaurant. There are lovely walks close to hand where you can explore the delights of the village together with bridleways. Primary Schools are available in Hindon and Semley. A main line station is available at Tisbury (Exeter ~ Waterloo) approximately 6 miles which offers a good range of local amenities for day to day needs, the historic Saxon hilltop town of Shaftesbury is 5 miles and the cathedral cities of Salisbury and Bath are 19 and 27 miles distant respectively.
ADD INFO Services: Mains Water, Electricity & Drainage.
Council Authority: Wiltshire Council - Tel: 01225 713000
Council Tax Band: D
Caution: NB All services and fittings mentioned in these particulars have NOT been tested and hence we cannot confirm that they are in working order.
Energy Performance Certificate :
Rated: F ~ View at www.chaffersestateagents.co.uk