Property SummaryA Grade II Listed cottage full of character and charm, on a plot of approximately 0.45 of an acre, located within an idyllic setting surrounded by beautiful undulating Wiltshire countryside.
A Grade II Listed cottage full of character and charm, on a plot of approximately 0.45 of an acre, located within an idyllic setting surrounded by beautiful undulating Wiltshire countryside.
The accommodation includes an entrance porch, sitting room, dining room, large hallway with cupboard, kitchen, external shower room, three bedrooms, family bathroom, outbuilding, carport, off road parking and private and enclosed garden, all with stunning countryside views.
Approximately 0.45 of an acre, the outside of St Marys Cottage is something very special indeed.
The property is approached via a tarmacadam driveway providing off road parking and access to the timber framed carport. From here the property can be accessed either through a small timber archway or through a five bar gate large enough for vehicle access if required.
Outside of the front door is a gravelled area perfect for sitting out in the summer evenings, enjoying the tranquil Wiltshire countryside. This then adjoins the main garden, mainly laid to lawn, but also benefiting from a large vegetable patch, boarded by mature hedging, and other mature planting proving lots of life and several different colours throughout the four seasons. From all areas of the garden, stunning views of the rolling Wiltshire countryside can be enjoyed.
To the side of the property which can be accessed from the front or via the kitchen, is an outbuilding currently being used for storage, but could have the potential to be converted (STPP). There are also solar panels which are owned by St Marys Cottage.
To the rear of the property there is access to the external shower room, as well as a small paved gully way, useful for bin storage.
The picturesque, rural hamlet of Wardour is set in some of the most spectacular countryside South West Wiltshire has to offer. Situated within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the views and overall look and feel of the hamlet is something very special. Wardour has a flourishing Primary School as well as having excellent links to the villages of Semley, The Donhead’s and Tisbury.
Tisbury is the largest village in Wiltshire’s Nadder Valley and is located to the west of the Cathedral City of Salisbury. The Village benefits from a Railway Station which is on the main line between Exeter and London Waterloo. Tisbury has an excellent range of immediate facilities including a Co-Operative Supermarket, several independent retailers, Post Office, Public Houses, Doctors’ Surgery, Leisure Centre, Recreation Ground and several Community Groups. In addition the village has an excellent school in St John's Primary and many very well thought of Grammar and Secondary Schools within close proximity.
During 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018, Tisbury was voted within the Top 10 villages to live in outside of London according to the Sunday Times. A303 (London/Exeter) 6m, Shaftesbury 10m, Salisbury 14m. Trains: Tisbury (London Waterloo 110mins), Salisbury (London Waterloo 85 mins).
Schools - www.schoolguide.co.uk
News and Events - www.salisburyjournal.co.uk, www.spirefm.co.uk and http://www.discovernaddervalley.org.uk
Facts, Figures and History – www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wardour_Wiltshire
The property is connected to mains water and electricity. Drainage is in the form of septic tank.
The property's heating system is in the form of a very energy efficient Air Source Heat Pump in which the RHI give £320 a quarter. There are also potential fire places in both the dining room and sitting room (subject to being checked).
The property also benefits from solar panels to the side of the property.
Wiltshire Council, Band C.
Strictly by appointment only with Boatwrights in Tisbury - 01747 859359.