High Street, Hindon
Property SummaryThought to date back to the 1800s, this simply stunning Grade II listed period property, with garden and garage, within easy reach of amenities and several countryside walks. No onward chain.
Thought to date back to the 1800s, this simply stunning Grade II listed period property, located at the top of the Hindon High Street, within easy reach of amenities and several countryside walks on the doorstep.
This elegant, immaculately presented property has been tastefully re-furbished in recent years, providing a modern style of living, with high ceilings, yet maintaining its 1800s charm with character features throughout.
The spacious accommodation is full of light, and arranged over three floors includes an entrance hall, a large open plan room downstairs providing ample room for a sitting area centred by a woodburning stove, and a dining area which comes off of the well appointed cottage style kitchen, downstairs WC, three double bedrooms, two with ensuite facilities and a further family bathroom.
Externally there is a low maintenance south westerly facing garden, single garage and separate store.
The sunny, south westerly rear garden has been designed with low maintenance in mind and can be accessed from the double doors in the sitting/dining room, as well as the single door in the kitchen. Mainly laid to patio it provides the perfect space for the garden furniture, whilst fully enclosed by wooden panel fencing allowing a private feel throughout.
A gate then leads to the courtyard behind, where the property has a single garage with up and over door, as well as a private storage area.
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 water, electricity and drainage.
Heating is electric via modern panel heaters. There is a wood burner in the sitting/dining room.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band D.
Strictly by appointment, only with Boatwrights.
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