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High Street, Hindon

£750,000 Guide Price

  • Substantial Family Home Comprising Over 3000 Sq Ft of Accommodation
  • Located in Heart of Village Close to Amenities & Countryside Walks
  • Spacious Kitchen Diner with Electric AGA
  • Three Further Reception Rooms, Two with Fireplaces
  • Five Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms Plus Down Stairs WC
  • Additional Self Contained Two Bedroom, One Reception, One Bathroom Annexe
  • Comprehensive Cellar Room
  • Private Rear Garden with Colourful Planting
  • Ample Off Road Parking
  • EPC: Exempt

Property Summary

Brought to the market for the first time in over forty years this charming Grade II listed five bedroom character cottage with additional two bedroom annexe, located within the heart of the village, close to all of the local amenities, and countryside walks.

Brought to the market for the first time in over forty years, believed to date back to Circa 1700s The Old Post Office has served a number of different uses over the years, including a coaching Inn called The Crown, which served as an Inn for people travelling by horse from London to Exeter. In Circa 1900s the property then became the village shop, and later the post office. So it has played a major role in the villages history.

This charming Grade II listed character cottage, now a well-loved private home, with a two bedroom annexe, is located within the heart of the village, close to all of the local amenities, and countryside walks.

The spacious and versatile, beautifully presented accommodation expands over 3500 square foot and includes a large kitchen dining room, with double doors that fully open into the drawing room with wood burning stove, creating a fantastic open entertaining space. In addition is a quaint snug area, with double doors out to the garden, a sitting room with additional fireplace and a downstairs WC. Upstairs there are five bedrooms, three with built in storage. These are served by an ensuite bathroom, plus an additional family bathroom with separate bath and shower. There is also an expansive loft space which could provide further potential (STPP).

In addition to the main house is a self-contained annexe which could serve a number of different uses, and includes a kitchen, separate utility, spacious sitting room, two bedrooms and a bathroom.

The property also benefits from a large cellar room perfect for storage, an attractive low maintenance garden, off road parking for several vehicles and a number of different sheds and shelters.

The property can be accessed by foot from the Hindon High Street, or alternatively via a private driveway with shared vehicular access leading you around to double wooden gates, in which you enter a private parking area, providing off road parking for several vehicles.

The private rear garden can be accessed from both the kitchen diner and the snug, as well as the annexe. The garden has been designed with ease of maintenance in mind, with a large patio area perfect for outdoor entertaining and alfresco dining. The garden is then bordered with an array of colourful planting giving it a really nice cottage feel throughout.

In addition is a large area of shelter perfect for storing logs and garden tools. The garden is enclosed to all sides giving it a very secure feel.

The village of Hindon is in a Conservation Area in the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hindon was a market town but is now a beautiful thriving friendly organised village offering excellent amenities for its size, including an excellent award winning Doctors’ Surgery, a happy Primary School (good results), an excellent Community Shop and Post Office, CofE church, two public houses (The Lamb and The Grosvenor), a Sports and Social Club, a playground, and allotments for those with green fingers. As well as boasting a number of stunning countryside walks.

There are very good state and public schools in the area. The village has easy road access (2 miles) to the A303, and SW trains run from Tisbury (3 miles) to London Waterloo and Exeter. Shaftesbury is approximately 8 miles away, the historical cathedral city of Salisbury 19 Miles away.

The property is connected to mains electric, water and drainage as well as offering oil fired central heating.

In addition there is a woodburning stove in the drawing room, an open fire in the sitting room, and an electric fired AGA in the kitchen dining room.

Wiltshire Council Tax Band E.


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