Property Summary127 Stanford Cottages is a light-filled Victorian house with high ceilings and fantastic views of rolling countryside from all windows. The property is arranged over three floors with a toilet or bathroom on each floor and the accommodation includes an entrance porch, drawing room, downstairs WC, dining room, kitchen, four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Semley is situated close to the Wiltshire/Dorset border and is surrounded by beautiful undulating countryside. Semley has a community-run village shop, café, and bakery, as well as a sought after primary school, church and popular pub, all of which are within a close proximity of the property. There is also a nursery school run at the village hall.
The also nearby A350 gives convenient access to the North Dorset Saxon hilltop market town of Shaftesbury (3.9 miles), which is famed for the iconic cobbled street of Gold Hill and rich history going back to the times of King Alfred. Shaftesbury is a delightful community orientated town with an attractive and bustling High Street that provides most everyday requirements including a farmer's market, cafés, charity shops, various retail shops and a cottage hospital.
Also nearby Tisbury (4.5 miles) is the largest village in Wiltshire’s Nadder Valley. The village has the closest mainline Railway Station between Exeter and London Waterloo, a sports centre as well as a heated swimming pool. Since 2014 Tisbury has been voted within the top 10 villages to live in outside of London according to the Sunday Times.
A303 London to Exeter Road (6 miles), Longleat (17 miles), Stourhead (13 miles), Stonehenge (19 miles). Trains: Tisbury (London Waterloo 110m), Salisbury (London Waterloo 85 mins).
127 Stanford Cottages is a light-filled Victorian house with high ceilings and fantastic views of rolling countryside from all windows. The property is arranged over three floors with a toilet or bathroom on each floor and the accommodation includes an entrance porch, drawing room, downstairs WC, dining room, kitchen, four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Externally is an outbuilding that presents all manner of possibilities as well as tastefully presented gardens and beautiful countryside views.
Outside there is a large outbuilding and pleasant gardens that have been thoughtfully landscaped by the current owner who is an award-winning garden designer. The south-facing front garden features a multistem tree with mature box and beech hedging, rose borders and a wall-trained mature Wisteria to create a wonderful summer spot for watching village life.
In the rear garden the tasteful and intelligent use of space continues with a paved terrace from the dining room, several borders and a long lawn leading to raised herb beds and a fire pit seating area that offers a private entertaining area looking out over Wiltshire countryside.
The property is connected to mains water and electricity. Drainage is in the form of septic tank. The property benefits from oil fired central heating as well as an open fireplace in the drawing room.
Wiltshire Council, Band D.
Strictly by appointment, only with Boatwrights Estate Agents.
01747 213 106 / 01747 859 359