High Street, Hindon
Property SummaryThis charmingly pretty Grade II listed beguilingly spacious / versatile cottage believed to date from late 18th century oozes with characterful features throughout and is set on a wide tree line section of the high street with no through traffic. EPC: Exempt.
This charmingly pretty Grade II listed beguilingly spacious / versatile cottage believed to date from late 18th century oozes with characterful features throughout and is set on a wide tree lined section of the high street with no through traffic. Kerb side parking.
The stone and brick ground floor extension comprises of a sitting room with inglenook fireplace, Fired Earth floor and wall tilled kitchen/dining room, walk in utility, reception room/bedroom and shower room. Upstairs there are two bedrooms and a bathroom. To the rear of the property is a private country cottage style garden.
To the rear of the cottage is a beautifully presented private, easily managed garden (as a weekend country retreat). The garden comprises of a lawn and a good sized sunken patio area, perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining. In addition, to the side of the cottage, and with access directly from the kitchen, is a covered 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 Doctors’ Surgery, a happy Primary School (good results), an excellent Community Shop and Post Office, CofE church, two public houses (The Lamb and The Grovesnor), a Sports and Social Club, a playground, and allotments for those with green fingers.
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 cottage benefits from mains electricity, water and drainage . An Esse oil fired range cooker provides for both cooking and central heating. In addition, there is a wood burning stove in the sitting room.
Wiltshire County Council Tax Band D.
Strictly by appointment only with Boatwrights in Tisbury, please call 01747 859 359.
At the crossroads in the centre of the village (near the Hindon Village Stores), go up the hill towards the church. Church Cottage is situated next to the church yard on the right hand side of the road.
From our Tisbury office, proceed up the hill and along Hindon Lane about four miles, upon entering the village continue up the High Street, at the cross roads continue straight over, the cottage will be on the right hand side next to the church.