Gutch Common, Semley
Property SummaryA beautiful semi-detached cottage with an abundance of charm and character located in the picturesque and tranquil hamlet of Gutch Common.
Gutch Common is a quiet peaceful rural hamlet located at one end of the Nadder Valley overlooking Donhead St Mary and Win Green beyond. The nearby village of Semley has a community run Shop & Cafe, a sought after Public House, Church of St Leonard and well as a highly thought of Primary School.
Located just 4.5 miles is the market town of Shaftesbury which is famed for the iconic cobbled street of Gold Hill and rich history going back to the times of King Alfred.
Shaftesbury is a delightful community orientated town with an attractive and bustling High Street that provides most everyday requirements including a farmer’s market, cafés, charity shops, various retail shops and a cottage hospital.
The local road network offers strong connections to the other main towns in the region including Gillingham, Salisbury, Sherborne, Warminster and Yeovil as well as to the South Coast. In addition the A303 links with the M3 that makes London accessible for the motorist.
A wonderfully charming semi-detached stone built cottage dating back to C.1860 with an abundance of character as well as being located in the picturesque and tranquil hamlet of Gutch Common.
The classically presented accommodation includes an entrance porch/utility, sitting room with a wood burning stove, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
The cottage has full planning to convert the garage into an annex/holiday let. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a development project with lots of potential in a beautiful, sought after location.
The cottage is approached via a quiet lane in the beautiful hamlet of Gutch Common. The entrance to the property is through a set of iron gates onto a private gravel driveway which offers ample parking together with access to the garage.
From the driveway is a private garden consisting of an area of lawn that is bordered with mature shrubs and colourful plants. In addition is a good sized patio area ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining, a timber shed and a storage area. The garden is enclosed to all sides with a mixture of fencing and hedging and is easterly facing.
Adjoining the rear of the property is 0.5 acre of established woodland full of wild birds and plants.
GARAGE / ANNEXE
The current double, two storey garage has been granted Full Planning Permission to be converted into an Annexe. Currently it benefits from electricity and plumbing. Any interested parties wanted further information should contact the Selling Agents or indeed visit www.wiltshire.gov.uk/planning and search Planning Number:- 18/10053/FUL
Wiltshire Council Band D.
The cottage benefits from mains electricity and water as well as oil central heating.
Drainage is in the form of a septic tank.
Strictly by appointment, only with Boatwrights.
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