East Knoyle, Salisbury
- Four Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Large plot
- Modernisation & Improvement potential
Property SummaryA delightful pre 18th century period four bedroom cottage with uninterrupted countryside views situated on a pretty leafy lane.
The property boasts character features such as a stunning inglenook fireplace and beams throughout.
DESCRIPTION The front door is approached over the driveway and a porch leads into the lounge. The lounge has a south facing window with a window seat to observe the stunning countryside views and a fabulous inglenook fireplace. The lounge leads into the dining area which is a fabulous size benefitting from exposed wooden beams and allowing access into the kitchen. The kitchen was an addition some years ago and has a range of wall and base units, a sink / drainer with a window taking full advantage of the countryside views, an electric Aga and space for a fridge / freezer and free standing cooker.
The study's window also looks south giving countryside views, and leads into the rear hallway which has a cloakroom, stairs rising to the first floor and a rear door gives access to a paved terrace.
On the first floor there is a central landing, four bedrooms, the master bedroom has a dressing room and bathroom with a basin, WC and bath with a shower over. The other three bedrooms have sloping ceilings and there is a further family bathroom with a bath, pedestal basin and WC.
The mature south facing gardens extend to just under 0.25 acre being enclosed and having areas of lawn, shrubs, apple trees, vegetable plots, Greenhouse, Shed. There are numerous vantage points taking in the glorious views over the undulating wooded countryside.
The property benefits from a tarmac driveway leading to the detached garage and workshop, ample off road parking
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.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Services: Mains Water, Electricity & Drainage. Night storage heaters.
Council Authority: Wiltshire Council - Tel: 01225 713000
Council Tax Band: F
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: TBC ~ View at www.chaffersestateagents.co.uk