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Knew Cottages, Salisbury

Guide price £205,000

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About the property

***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Situated in the rural setting of South Newton, any prospective buyer will be able to take advantage of scenic countryside walks, laced throughout the River Wylye valley that extend into Grovely Wood to the southwest. As you proceed inside you are tastefully reminded of the property’s Victorian heritage. With an array of open fireplaces and their accompanying exposed redbrick chimney breasts with tiled hearths, as well as authentic wood flooring that is laid throughout. All-the-while, this mid-terrace family home boasts hidden practicalities such as a new boiler that fuels the smart Honeywell heating system as well as underfloor heating in the bathroom and a wood burner and adjoining flue in the sitting room. The property benefits from a range of storage solutions, with built-in wardrobes, cupboards and shelving units throughout the accommodation. The interior comprises a sitting room, dining room, kitchen, and utility space on the ground floor. Upstairs there is a family bathroom and two bedrooms with a further stairwell taking you up to the main bedroom on the second floor. Externally, the plot offers a garden at the rear which is mostly laid-to-lawn with a corner decking space and flowerbeds with mature shrubs and plants at the perimeter. Extending away from the plot, there is an allocated parking space with additional parking available.


As you travel west along the A36 through South Newton, Knew Cottages can be found on the right hand side of the road with parking situated behind the properties. As you approach the front of the property, the main entrance welcomes you into a small tiled-laid porch. From there, the main door opens into the sitting room.

Sitting Room 11' 4'' x 10' 11'' (3.45m x 3.32m)

Door from the front porch introduces you to the sitting room. Authentic wood panel flooring. Exposed redbrick chimney breast with accompanying log burner. Window to the front aspect.

Dining Room 10' 10'' x 8' 7'' (3.30m x 2.61m)

Laminate flooring with window through to the utility space. Stable door to the kitchen. Gives access to the stairwell to the first floor landing with accompanying under-stair storage. Exposed redbrick chimney breast with attractive tiled hearth and adjoining wood mantlepiece.

Kitchen 11' 3'' x 6' 2'' (3.43m x 1.88m)

Tiled effect laminate flooring with window to the rear garden and side door to the utility space. Matching high and low wooden storage units with adjoining quartz effect worktop and splashback tiling. Equipped with AEG oven and induction hob with overhead extractor, integrated Neff microwave and a built-in fridge/freezer. One and a half sink basin with drainer.

Utility 4' 2'' x 12' 2'' (1.27m x 3.71m)

Flagstone flooring with conservatory-styled lean-to roofing above. Currently houses the washing machine and the wall mounted gas boiler. Window and door to the rear garden.

First Floor Landing

Stairwell from the dining room leads to the first floor landing. Laid with exposed wooden flooring this space offers access to the family bathroom and two bedrooms.

Bedroom Two 11' 4'' x 11' 10'' (3.45m x 3.60m)

Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect. Brickwork chimney breast with hollow fireplace and tiled hearth and adjacent built-in wardrobe unit.

Bedroom Three 10' 10'' x 5' 3'' (3.30m x 1.60m)

Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear aspect. Chimney breast with adjacent built-in wardrobe unit.

Family Bathroom 11' 2'' x 6' 1'' (3.40m x 1.85m)

Underfloor heated wood effect laminate floor panels with dual aspect windows to the side and rear. Bathtub with electric shower facilities and surrounding splashback wall tiling, WC, wash basin positioned on pedestal cabinet, heated towel rail and wall-mounted cabinet. Additional large built-in storage cupboard.

Main Bedroom 10' 11'' x 10' 2'' (3.32m x 3.10m)

Carpeted stairwell from the first floor landing leads to the second floor, housing the main bedroom. A carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect and vaulted ceiling with accompanying exposed redbrick chimney breast. Small door to eave storage and hatch to the loft space above.


To the rear there is a mature garden, mostly laid to lawn with a corner decking area in addition to attractive flowerbeds and shrubs at the perimeter. There is also a logs store and garden shed. From the back door, subtle pathing flows through the garden, trickling up to a rear gate with direct access to the parking space. The property offers an allocated parking space with additional parking available.


The village of South Newton is some two and a half miles north along the River Wyle valley from the bustling market town of Wilton. The village is some five and a half miles north-west of Salisbury. The village straddles the A36 road. Topologically it lies between chalk downs to the north-east and downland with Grovely Wood to the south-west. In the valley is the River Wylye with surrounding water meadows. The nearby city of Salisbury offers a good range of public and private schooling, supermarkets, high-street shops and copious restaurants, pubs and bars. Additionally, the Salisbury train station offers direct links to London Waterloo and the West Country. Facilities of South Newton include a church, a pub and a village hall, all within reasonable distance. There is a bus stop nearby connecting any prospective buyer to the surrounding area.

Property features

  • Rural village setting
  • Two reception rooms
  • Ample storage solutions
  • Underfloor heating
  • Character property
  • Utility room
  • Allocated parking


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