£825,000 Guide Price
Property SummaryA charming, characterful and exceptionally well presented home located in the picturesque hamlet of Charlton on the Wiltshire / Dorset border.
Dating back to 1850 and situated within the heart of an AONB, Hillview has been sympathetically updated and meticulously maintained by the current owners for the last 15 years.
Offering over 2500 sq. ft. of flexible accommodation, the cottage sits on a enviable plot spanning just over 0.3 of an acre and provides elegantly presented, calming and enjoyable living spaces arranged over two floors.
The cottage flows perfectly from room to room and presents an entrance hall, drawing room, dining area, sitting room, garden room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility and a downstairs WC. Upstairs are four bedrooms including a spacious main room complete with en suite facilities and a recently updated, stunning bathroom.
Externally, Hillview continues to impress with an abundance of charm, colourful outlooks and beautiful countryside views.
From the driveway is a double garage that offers, power, lighting and an electric car charging point. The gardens at the property are located to the south west and offer all manner of enjoyable spaces. The sun terrace situated off the sitting room or garden offers an ideal space to enjoy the neighboring views of the undulating countryside which are simply wonderful. From the sun terrace, the garden proceeds to offers areas of lawn, mature planting, specimen trees as well as a composting area, greenhouse and timber sheds.
Last, but by no means least, a timber studio is located within the garden that could be used for all sorts of purposes including an external office or hobby room of such like.
The village of Charlton lies within easy reach of Tisbury, with its independent shops and galleries and main line station to Waterloo (1hr 40 mins) and the South West, and the ancient hilltop town of Shaftesbury. The village is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty offering enormous potential for walking, riding, and cycling, with the Chalke Valley a short drive away.
Shaftesbury, a few minutes drive, has an excellent weekly produce market, hotels, restaurants, The Shaftesbury Arts Club and numerous other amenities. The A303 is 5 miles away giving fast access towards London and the South West. There is also a range of excellent primary and secondary schools locally.
The cottage offers an oil fired central heating system as well as a mains water and electricity. Private drainage is also present as well as bottled gas for cooking via the rangemaster.
Wiltshire Council, Band E.
Strictly by appointment, only with Boatwrights.
01747 213 106