Property SummaryAn immaculately presented house neatly tucked away in a quiet cul-de - sac location with both off road parking, as well as gardens to front and rear. No onward chain.
An immaculately presented three bedroom semi-detached house located within the sought after Nadder Valley village of Chilmark neatly tucked away in a cul-de – sac location.
The downstairs accommodation which has been very well cared for by the current owner includes an entrance hall, WC, kitchen and a light and airy living room with access to the garden through double patio doors.
Upstairs accommodation includes a spacious landing, two double bedrooms a further third bedroom or home office space and a bathroom with bath and power shower overhead.
To the front of the property is driveway parking that in turn leads to the garage that has an up and over door as well as power and lighting. The front garden is laid to lawn with paved steps leading up to the front door.
The Southerly facing rear garden which is both private and enclosed can be accessed via the garage and double doors in the living room, all leading out onto an attractive patio area perfect for entertaining and alfresco dining. Steps then lead up to an area that is mainly laid to lawn.
Beyond the rear garden are wonderful uninterrupted views of the neighboring countryside and arable land.
Chilmark is an exceptionally pretty village that lies within Wiltshire’s Nadder Valley. It is situated 3 miles south of the A303 and close to Tisbury, which provides excellent road and rail links to London and the West Country.
The village is best known for its eponymous stone, which is used in many local houses and out of which Salisbury Cathedral, which is twelve miles to the east, was built. The village benefits from being within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that is one of only 14 places globally to hold ‘International Dark Sky Reserve’ status, which makes for a remarkable night sky. The picturesque surrounds offer fine walking, riding and cycling, and the village itself has a thriving church, a well-regarded primary school and an excellent local pub, The Black Dog.
Nearby Tisbury is the largest village in Wiltshire’s Nadder Valley and benefits from an excellent range of immediate facilities including a Co-Operative Supermarket, independent retailers, Post Office, Public Houses, Doctors’ Surgery, Dental Practices, Library, Leisure Centre, Recreation Ground and Community Groups. There are also well thought of Grammar Schools within close proximity.
Since 2014, Tisbury has been voted among the Top 5 villages to live in outside of London according to the Sunday Times.
Trains: Tisbury (London Waterloo 110m), Salisbury (London Waterloo 85 mins).
This property benefits from being connected to mains drainage, water and electricity. In addition, the property offers oil fired central heating.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band C.
Strictly by appointment, only with Boatwrights, Tisbury.
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