The Quarry, Tisbury
£250,000 Guide Price
Property SummaryA charming, recently updated semi-detached stone cottage with parking, within the idyllic setting that is The Old Quarry, close to the local amenities and mainline train station. No onward chain.
A charming, recently updated semi-detached stone cottage located in the idyllic setting that is The Quarry in Tisbury, close to the local village amenities and mainline train station.
The well-presented accommodation includes an entrance porch, leading into the large sitting/dining room with open fireplace, kitchen, downstairs bathroom, two bedrooms and a further upstairs WC with plumbing for a shower connected. In addition, there is a courtyard style garden and an off-road private parking space, which has been created by the current owner.
The property is located is a very quiet spot, and is accessed via Cross Lane, where the property has off road parking for one vehicle. From here there is easy access to the front door.
The garden is located to the front of the property and is mainly paved for ease of maintenance with planted borders, and wooden panel fencing.
Tisbury is the principal village in Wiltshire’s exceptionally popular and highly sought after Nadder Valley. With beautiful rolling countryside considered widely by many as offering the best walking in the south of England. Simply stunning views coupled with amenities to suit every requirement, it’s no wonder that The Sunday Times has voted Tisbury in its Top 5 places to live in the UK since 2014.
Tisbury’s picturesque, welcoming and thriving High Street is awash with high quality independent shops and services that include a fishmonger, butcher, solicitors, a highly regarded deli, hair salons, barbers, a hardware shop, florist, post office, as well as excellent cafés, a wine shop, community leisure centre a pharmacist, dentist and doctors’ surgeries to name but a few, Tisbury really does have it all. An excellent primary school is present within the village as well as several very well supported community groups.
The village also offers a mainline railway station that provides services both east and west to Exeter St. Davids and central London respectively with Waterloo being only 1 hour 50 mins away approximately as a direct route. With golf at nearby Rushmore, racing at Salisbury and Wincanton and Messums Art Gallery occupying the Tithe Barn within Tisbury itself, the village really does offer something for everyone and brilliant links to other, local activities.
The property has an electric panel heating system as well as having an open fireplace in the sitting room. In addition, the property is also connected to mains electricity, water and drainage.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band C.
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