Property SummarySituated on approximately one third of an acre, this substantial home, providing spacious, versatile accommodation throughout, with gardens, parking and double garage.
Believed to date back to the 1930’s, a well-presented detached bungalow, brought to the market for the first time in 34 years, located in the ever-popular Nadder Valley village of Chilmark.
The property offers extensive living space, which includes an entrance hall, Kitchen/breakfast room, with separate dining room just next door, large sitting room with fireplace and double doors into the front garden, four double bedrooms with ensuite to the master, family bathroom, a further WC and utility room.
Externally the property benefits from gardens both to the front and rear, ample off-road parking and a double garage.
The property is approached via its own private driveway with parking for several vehicles and access up to the double garage with up and over doors.
The garden wraps around the house, with a lawn area at the front and a large rear garden with beautifully planted borders, lawn, a patio for entertaining together with a greenhouse and vegetable garden.
The plot in total is approximately one third of an acre.
Chilmark is an exceptionally pretty village that lies within Wiltshire’s Nadder Valley. It is situated 3 miles south of the A303 and close to Tisbury, which provides excellent road and rail links to London and the West Country.
The village is best known for its eponymous stone, which is used in many local houses and out of which Salisbury Cathedral, which is twelve miles to the east, was built. The village benefits from being within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that is one of only 14 places globally to hold ‘International Dark Sky Reserve’ status, which makes for a remarkable night sky. The picturesque surrounds offer fine walking, riding and cycling, and the village itself has a thriving church, a well-regarded primary school and an excellent local pub, The Black Dog.
Nearby Tisbury is the largest village in Wiltshire’s Nadder Valley and benefits from an excellent range of immediate facilities including a Co-Operative Supermarket, independent retailers, Post Office, Public Houses, Doctors’ Surgery, Dental Practices, Library, Leisure Centre, Recreation Ground and Community Groups. There are also well thought of Grammar Schools within close proximity.
Since 2014, Tisbury has been voted among the Top 10 villages to live in outside of London according to the Sunday Times.
Trains: Tisbury (London Waterloo 110m), Salisbury (London Waterloo 85 mins).
The property is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. There is oil fired central heating as well as fire places in both the sitting room and the dining room.
Wiltshire Council, Band E.
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