Milton, East Knoyle
Property SummaryA charmingly presented mid terraced cottage located within the sought after and tranquil hamlet of Milton.
The property is situated in the heart of the small rural Hamlet of Milton which is in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) located on the Wiltshire/Dorset border. The Hamlet is made up of pretty stone and brick houses, cottages and farm buildings. Milton is just half a mile from the historic and typically English Village of East Knoyle which is known for its natural beauty and undulating countryside.
East Knoyle, the birthplace of one of England’s best known historical architects Sir Christopher Wren also offers a strong amenities in the form of a well thought of public house The Fox & Hounds, the Church of St. Mary, community shop and post office as well as variety of clubs including a drama club and wine society.
The area is also very popular because of the excellent selection of schools at all levels. The highly regarded Gillingham School is a short distance away as well as several popular public Schools.
The nearby towns of Shaftesbury, Warminster and Gillingham all have an excellent range of facilities and are all accessed with ease.
A charmingly presented terrace cottage located within a sought after Hamlet located on the Wiltshire/Dorset boarder.
Internally, the property has been beautifully presented by the current owners and offers an entrance porch, sitting room, kitchen, dining room, utility, bathroom, three good sized bedrooms and very useful loft room.
To the front of the property is off road parking which is boarded with dwarf hegding and a pathway leads to the front door.
At the rear are well cared gardens that include well established lawns, mature colourful shrubbery as well as vibrant planting and timber shed.
Mains water, drainage and electricity is connected. The property also benenfits from an oil fired central heating system.
Wiltshire Council, Band B.
Strictly by appointment, only with Boatwrights.
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