South Street, Great Wishford
£285,000 Guide Price
Property SummaryBelieved to date back to the mid 1700s, this charming Grade II listed cottage, once the village Bakery, located within the heart of this very desirable village. Sold with no onward chain.
Believed to date back to the mid-1700s, this charming Grade II listed cottage, once the village Bakery, full of many character features including the old bread ovens, exposed brick walls, and located within the heart of the village within easy reach of the village pub and local primary school.
The accommodation includes a large sitting room with woodburning stove, dining room, which leads into the kitchen, separate utility room, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. From both the sitting room and main bedrooms, stunning countryside views across the meadow land towards the River Wylye can be enjoyed throughout the different seasons.
Great Wishford is a picturesque village in the Wylye Valley three miles upstream from Wilton. The village has a triangular street layout comprising West Street, South Street and Station Road. Great Wishford is one of the few villages that still celebrates Oak Apple Day on 29th May each year, as well as holding an annual village fete.
The village benefits from fantastic walks through Grovely Woods and along the Wylye River which is also popular for trout and fly fishing. In addition, there is a public house (The Royal Oak), a Primary School and church, as well as two further public houses within walking distance for those feeling fit.
Great Wishford is also in the catchment area for schools including Bishops Wordsworth, South Willts and Sarum Academy. Buses also run to Warminster. There is both a local running and cycling club which meet in the village, as well as several local sports teams at the South Newton playing fields, which can be accessed via a local footpath.
The property is situated a short drive away from Wilton, a former capital of Wessex and stately home to the Earl of Pembroke, which has a good general range of shops and social outlets. The cathedral city of Salisbury is 6 miles away and has an excellent shopping centre, market and recreational facilities that include a theatre, cinema, arts centre and leisure centre. Salisbury also has a mainline railway station with London Waterloo being approximately 85 minutes travel time away.
The property benefits from mains water, electricity and drainage. In addition, there is efficient, recently fitted Rointe electric heating, as well as a woodburning stove in the sitting room.
Wiltshire County Council Tax Band D.
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