***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Believed to have been constructed around 400 years ago, and once under ownership of Lord Nelson, Peg Top Cottage presents prospective buyers with the opportunity to own a unique piece of local history. Established within a sizeable plot, the beautiful grounds offer peaceful views over surrounding Wiltshire countryside. The property itself is a three-bedroom detached cottage with a cosy and homely accommodation, with the range of exposed timber beams exuding a touch of elegant countryside class within. These qualities are set alongside the practicalities of well-proportioned bedrooms and integrated kitchen appliances, all traits that sought-after by the contemporary homebuyer. The ground floor comprises a snug sitting room offering a statement inglenook fireplace with redbrick surround and a central wood burner. This space flows via an open doorway to the dining room with additional characterful wooden beams above, and access into the kitchen and conservatory. The country-style kitchen offers a range of made-to-measure cabinets, with the conservatory presenting a peaceful reception room space with pleasant views across the rear garden and beyond. The ground floor is also home to the family bathroom, with both bath and shower facilities, as well as an auxiliary utility room with functional access to the side of the plot. The first floor is made up of three good-sized bedrooms which boast an array of built-in storage solutions, and an en-suite to the main with its fully tiled walk-in shower cubicle. Both the main bedroom and the en-suite enjoy extended rural views to the west. Externally, at the property's approach there are two driveway areas, one of which has ample room for multiple vehicles as well as side access to through to the rear, and the other being set before the single garage space and the main access into the property at the right-hand side elevation. Between them is a shaded courtyard area, an ideal spot for potted plants and other garden ornaments, or a table and chairs. To the rear, doors from the kitchen and conservatory introduce the stunning and well-maintained garden. Although mostly laid-to-lawn, there are a varying range of spaces which include, but are not limited to, an idyllic raised decking with flora-entwined timber pergola above, a selection of flower beds that are home to an array of greenery, shrubs, and flowering plants, a cordoned wooded area to the side of the plot, and a space with a greenhouse and vegetable patches for those with green fingers. All the garden quadrants offer tranquil rural views towards the surrounding fields and extended countryside.
When travelling from Salisbury, follow signs towards Downton south along the A338 from the Harnham Junction. When entering the village, turn left at the junction with The Bull hotel onto The Borough (B3080) and continue for approximately two miles before turning left onto Bowers Hill. After a short distance, turn left onto Sandy Lane where the property will be on the left-hand side towards the top of the hill.
Main entrance to the property via solid timber door opens to the carpeted entrance hall. Gives access to the sitting room, bathroom, and the carpeted stairs to the first floor landing.
Carpeted reception room with two windows to the front aspect. Offers an inglenook fireplace with tasteful redbrick surrounding, housing a wood burner, alcove shelving, and an exposed timber lintel. Central timber beam above, with the space flowing through to the dining room.
Carpeted reception room space with sliding patio door to the conservatory, and access through to the kitchen and utility room.
Tiled flooring with window and patio door to the rear garden. Offers a range of country style timber high and low craft oak cabinet units with adjoining granite-effect worktops and splashback wall tiling. Worktops incorporate a one and a quarter stainless steel sink basin with drainer unit and filter tap, and a four-ring gas hob with extractor hood above. Additional integrated appliances include a wall-mounted double oven and a Bosch dishwasher. Offers space for a full-height fridge/freezer.
A practical utility space with side access to the garden, and space for a tumble dryer.
Wood-effect tiled flooring with double patio doors and surrounding outlooks over the rear garden.
Wall and floor tiling with window to the front aspect. Offers a bathtub with shower above and a glass screen, a WC, wash hand basin, mirror-fronted vanity cabinet, and an extractor fan.
Carpeted stairs from the ground floor ascend to the first-floor landing. Gives access to the three bedrooms and the roof space via loft hatch above.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear aspect offering lovely extended views over the garden and the countryside beyond. Also benefits from an en-suite.
Wall and floor tiling with window to the rear aspect. Offers a walk-in shower cubicle, a WC, wash hand basin with vanity unit above, recess shelving, and an electric heated towel rail.
Carpeted bedroom with window to the front, and a built-in wardrobe.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect. Offers a built-in cupboard over the stairs housing the water tank and shelving.
A single garage space with up-and-over door to the front.
To the front, there are two driveway spaces, one with space for at least two cars and the other offering a single space leading up to the garage. At the property's approach there is an enclosed courtyard garden with space for potted plants and other garden ornaments. To the rear, there is a beautiful, mostly laid-to-lawn garden, with intermittent spaces for flower beds and shrubs. Raised Al fresco dining decking area with greenery-entwined pergola above. Extended rural views towards the surrounding countryside and beyond. Additional benefits include a garden shed, greenhouse with vegetable patches, and a wooded area to the side.
Sandy Lane offers prospective buyers with easy access to surrounding countryside walks. Redlynch and the neighbouring villages of Morgan's Vale, Woodfalls, and Lover offer a range of amenities including a public house, recreation park and village shop with a Post Office. The property is ideally positioned for nearby commuter links including M27 to Southampton and A338 to Salisbury and Bournemouth, whilst also being within a short journey to the stunning New Forest National Park with its abundance of walks and cycle routes. There are a variety of educational establishments including the outstanding Morgans Vale primary school which is close by and the Trafalgar secondary school, as well as being within catchment of the Salisbury Grammar Schools. The Cathedral City of Salisbury offers a wide range of amenities. These include, but are not limited to, high-street shops, supermarkets, copious restaurants, pubs & bars, great schooling, and leisure facilities including gyms and sports centres.
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