***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Tucked away down a quaint path sits this delightful period cottage which has been updated to a high standard, meanwhile retaining its original rustic charm. Equipped with a high-spec kitchen, contemporary shower room and generously sized accommodation, this property is perfect for those looking for a delightful countryside retreat. The accommodation offers a reception room, kitchen, study and a shower room on the ground floor. Upstairs there are two bed rooms, both with pleasant outlooks to the front of the cottage. Externally, this property offers two small courtyard-like areas to the front surrounded by shrubbery and planted spaces. Additionally the pathway that approaches the cottage, flows through to an attractive, walled and secluded clearing which houses several allotments. (subject to availability, it is possible to rent an allotment for a small annual fee from Wilton House Estate) Although quiet and rural, this property is ideally located for those looking to make the most of Wilton and the nearby amenities that are on offer.
As you travel south on South Street the entrance to the property can be found down a quaint arched pathway on the right hand side. As you walk up the path you are welcomed by idyllic rosebushes and shrubs. Entrance to the property is gained via a period timber door located in a small porchway on the left.
This door leads directly into the sitting room. A carpeted space with charming exposed brickwork chimney breast and accompanying free standing electric wood burning stove, a unique feature that backs directly into the kitchen. Additionally this room houses the stairwell, with under-stair storage cupboard, two windows to the front aspect with radiators situated beneath.
Redbrick steps from the sitting room lead into the kitchen. A modern space with dual aspect windows and a continuation of the exposed brickwork chimney breast. This space consists of laminate flooring and matching high and low storage units. Built-in oven and induction hob with accompanying glass splashback panelling. Space and plumbing for washing machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
Carpeted space with access to the shower room. Houses two large, timber doored, storage cupboards. A well lit space with two windows to the front aspect, one of which being a raised porthole.
Tiled flooring with walk-in shower unit, heated towel rail, WC, wash basin with wall-mounted mirror and extractor fan.
Carpeted bedroom space with a period fireplace and accompanying chimney breast. Built-in wardrobe. Window with pleasant outlook to to the front.
Carpeted bedroom with cupboard housing the gas combination boiler and window to the front aspect.
The exterior of the plot includes a right of way path which gives access to a picturesque clearing via a garden gate belonging to the property. This clearing houses several allotments. In front of the cottage are two modest patio spaces, ideal for a table and chairs, surrounded by well-maintained garden shrubbery. Additionally, adjoining the cottage there is a good sized storage she with electricity, ideal for a small workshop.
Situated just outside the cathedral city of Salisbury, Wilton is a quaint market town with a wonderful community spirit. It lies amidst rolling countryside and is close to the Cranbourne Chase area of outstanding natural beauty. The property is within comfortable walking distance from the centre of town and Wilton market place, which holds weekly markets of local produce every Thursday. Other amenities include, but are not limited to, a thriving community centre, Co-op and One-Stop grocery stores, doctors surgery & dentist, a choice of pubs, cafes and takeaways, a bakery, clothing shops and hairdressers. Nearby, Wilton House was a filming location for the recent TV drama The Crown and also offers an adventure playground for children. The Parish Church of St Mary and St Nicholas holds regular services and welcomes new residents and visitors into their impressive Italianate church building. Within reasonable distance there are many countryside walks, cycling routes and bridleways, including Grovely Woods. Nearby popular sight-seeing destinations include Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral. There are good commuter links from Salisbury train station to both London Waterloo and the West Country.
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