Church Street, Tisbury
Property SummaryA charming Grade II listed village residence located at the back of the popular Old Brewery development, close to amenities and mainline station. No onward chain.
An attractive, ground / first floor two-bedroom duplex apartment, located within the sought after Grade II listed Brewery Development situated in the heart of Tisbury close to amenities and mainline train station. This property benefits from its own private entrance in the communal courtyard.
The characterful accommodation includes an entrance hall, sitting room / dining room, opening up into the kitchen, downstairs WC, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Externally there is off road parking for two/three vehicles and access to the picturesque communal garden.
To the front of the property is an attractive communal courtyard garden area with a central water feature and colourful flower bed borders. An archway leads back towards the Church and a side pathway leads to the rear parking area.
To the rear of the property is a communal parking area where the property benefits from two/three allocated spaces located within close proximity. In addition, there is a pleasant view of neighbouring countryside, including the River Nadder and St. John’s Church clock tower.
Tisbury is the principal village in Wiltshire’s exceptionally popular and highly sought after Nadder Valley. With beautiful rolling countryside, considered by many as offering the best walking in the South of England, and stunning views coupled with amenities to suit every requirement, it’s no wonder The Sunday Times has voted Tisbury in its Top 5 places to live in the UK since 2014.
Tisbury’s picturesque, welcoming, and thriving High Street is awash with high quality independent shops and services that include a butcher, solicitors, a highly regarded deli, hair salons, a hardware shop, florist, post office, as well as excellent cafés, a wine shop, community leisure centre, library, a pharmacist, dentist, and doctors’ surgery. An excellent primary school is present within the village, as well as several very well supported community groups, and an outdoor heated swimming pool open during the summer season. Tisbury really does have it all.
The village also offers a mainline railway station that provides services west to Exeter St. David’s and east to central London, with Waterloo being only 1 hour 50 mins away approximately as a direct route. With an 18-hole golf course at nearby Rushmore Park, flat racing at Salisbury and jump racing at Wincanton, plus Messum’s multi-purpose gallery and arts centre occupying the Tithe Barn within Tisbury, the village really does offer something for everyone.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. The heating system is electric.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band D.
The property has an original lease of 999 years which commenced in 2001.
There is a Ground Rent and a Service Charge payable. Please call for further details on this.
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