• Terraced Cottage within Heart of the Village
  • Several Countryside Walks Close By
  • Sitting Room with Wood Burning Stove
  • Further Reception also with Fireplace
  • Kitchen with Dining Area
  • Three Bedrooms, One Bathroom
  • Rear Garden backing onto Open Countryside
  • Further Patch of Land to Front, with Potential for Parking (STPP)
  • No Onward Chain
  • EPC: D

Property Summary

A charming terrace cottage, backing onto fields located within the heart of the village, with several countryside walks on the doorstep, garden and potential for parking (STPP). No onward chain.

A charming terrace cottage, full of many character features, located within the heart of Chitterne, part of the Salisbury Plain, with several countryside walks on the doorstep.

The accommodation includes a small entrance porch, sitting room with wood burning stove, kitchen with a dining area, a conservatory (which may require attention), further reception room, that could serve a number of different uses, three bedrooms and a bathroom.

Externally there is a garden to the rear, a small store and a further patch of land to the front which could be make into parking (STPP).

To the front, directly opposite the property, there is an additional piece of land owned by the property, which has been used as a garden/vegetable patch, but could also provide parking subject to the relevant planning permissions and necessary works.

The rear garden can be accessed from the dining area where a pathway leads you through the garden which is mainly laid to lawn with planted borders. In addition there is a greenhouse, a couple of shelters and a storage shed adjoined to the main house.

The garden has a winterbourne at the bottom and backs onto open farmland, where there is a footpath taking you into open countryside.

Chitterne is a quiet village within the heart of the Salisbury Plain. The village benefits from a rural feel throughout with a number of countryside walks. There is an active village hall, a large church (All Saints & St. Marys) and playing fields.

Nearby larger villages of Codford, Heytesbury and Shrewton have between them good everyday amenities including a choice of shops, post office, primary schools, petrol station, and public houses.

The market town of Warminster is under nine miles away and offers further amenities, including supermarkets and schools. Trains are from Warminster to London Waterloo (fastest journey time 1hr 56 mins) and from Westbury to Paddington (1hr 26 mins). The historic cities of Salisbury (18 miles) and Bath (27 miles) are both within reach.

There is a wide selection of both state and private schools in the area, racing is available at Salisbury Racecourse and Wincanton, golf at South Wilts Golf Club, High Post and West Wilts and fishing along the local chalk streams.

The property is connected to mains electricity and water, drainage is in the form of a septic tank. There is oil fired central heating, along with fireplaces in the sitting room and family room. The property also benefits from Solar Panels.

Boatwrights would like to inform any potential purchasers that the septic tank does not comply to the 2020 regulations and therefore we recommend that anyone requiring a mortgage seeks further advice from their mortgage advisor before proceeding.

Wiltshire Council Tax, Band B.


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