Stop Street, Fonthill Gifford


  • Superb 1850's Character Cottage in Idyllic Wiltshire Hamlet
  • Refurbished & Extended To Now Offer 1100 Sq. Ft Of Accommodation
  • Perfect Weekend Retreat / Countryside Residence
  • Excellent Open Plan Kitchen / Dining / Snug Room
  • Cosy Sitting Room
  • Fantastic External 25ft. Office / Studio
  • Attractive South Easterley Facing Garden Bursting With Wildlife
  • Countryside Views Of Wiltshire's Nadder Valley
  • A Simply Must View Rural Home
  • EPC: E

Property Summary

A superb countryside cottage set within the highly desirable hamlet of Fonthill Gifford offering refurbished and extended accommodation as well as a attractive garden spanning approx. 0.2 of an acre and a external office / studio.

Believed to have been originally constructed c.1850, this delightful rural cottage has been sympathetically, stylishly and meticulously refurbished and extended by the current owner to now present a wonderful, charming and welcoming countryside home.
Arranged over two floors, the accommodation includes an entrance hall, downstairs WC, sitting room, a newly constructed open plan kitchen/dining/snug, two bedrooms and a classically presented shower room. Throughout the property are several period features that only add to the overall look and feel of this characterful property.

Fonthill Gifford is a small rural hamlet located between the villages of Tisbury and Hindon. Known for it’s connection to the Fonthill Estate and the Beckford’s Fonthill Abbey, this idyllic location benefits from stunning country walks and is close to the popular Beckford Arms.

The nearby village of Tisbury, is the largest in Wiltshire’s Nadder Valley, and has a railway station with trains direct to London Waterloo, an excellent range of amenities, including a butcher, a coffee shop, a delicatessen and a florist. There is also a post office, art gallery, a doctors’ surgery, a dentist, a leisure centre and a recreation ground.

Hindon is a beautiful thriving village also offering excellent amenities, including a doctors’ surgery, primary school, community shop and Post Office, and two public houses (The Lamb and The Grosvenor).

An expansive gravelled area can be found directly at the rear and presents the ideal place for entertaining and alfresco dining.

The superb rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and measures approx. 0.2 of an acre. There are several specimen trees as well as an abundance of wildlife that can be seen throughout the year. The rear garden in enclosed to all sides with a mixture of fencing and hedging and also offers the most beautiful views of the surrounding Wiltshire countryside that can be enjoyed from season to season.

The property benefits from mains electricity and water. The heating is oil fired central heating together with an open fire in the sitting room and wood burning stove in the new kitchen extension. There is a septic tank for drainage.

Wiltshire County Council Tax Band C


Strictly by appointment only, with Boatwrights in Tisbury, please call 01747 859359.

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