Property SummaryA Grade II Listed terrace cottage full of character and charm, with a generous sized garden and double garage. EPC: Exempt.
A Grade II Listed terrace cottage believed to date back to early C19 located in the heart of the attractive village of Bishopstrow, on the outskirts of the ever-popular Wylye Valley.
The accommodation which is full of character and charm includes a very large entrance hall, with plenty of room to be furnished, kitchen diner, separate utility, downstairs WC, sitting room with wood burning stove, three bedrooms, bathroom, double garage with power and light and a fantastic large rear garden, backing onto grazing land.
The property is accessed through an attractive archway which leads you to the back of the property where there is off road parking and a detached double garage, which has both power and lighting. The garage is currently used as a pottery workshop, it is dry lined, with spot lights in the ceiling.
The garden continues from the back of the garage until it reaches the bordering fields adjoining. The generous sized space has been divided into a number of flower beds stocked full of beautiful country garden perennials.
Bishopstrow is a small but welcoming village set upon the edge of the ever popular Wylye Valley, just outside of Warminster, featuring many different styles of property and surrounded by open countryside which keen ramblers, cyclists, and fisherman are sure to find appealing.
Bishopstrow itself has a village hall, parish church, The Bishopstrow Hotel and spa, and a local cricket ground. The neighbouring village of Sutton Veny provides a highly regarded primary school and a Public House, The Woolpack.
1.5 miles north west of the village is the Town of Warminster which benefits from a number of excellent shopping facilities, 3 supermarkets including a Waitrose store, schooling and a wide range of other amenities which include a theatre and library, hospital and clinics and railway station with regular service to Salisbury then direct to London Waterloo, and to Bath with a direct line on to South Wales.
Other main centres in the area including Frome, Westbury, Trowbridge, Bath and Salisbury are all within comfortable driving distance as are the various Salisbury Plain military bases whilst the A36, A350 and A303 trunk routes provide swift road access throughout the West Country and further afield to London via the A303/M3. Bristol, Bournemouth and Southampton airports are just over an hour by road.
The property is connected to mains water, electricity and drainage. Heating is in the form of LPG Gas as well as a wood burning stove in the sitting room.
Wiltshire Council, Band C.
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