***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Situated in the quaint Wylye Valley village of Great Wishford is this characterful three-bedroom cottage. This historic property proudly lies adjacent to the St. Giles church which is set in the heart of the village. Prospective buyers will benefit from the area's immediate links to surrounding peaceful countryside walks, with a range of amenities available in the nearby village of Wilton, and the cathedral city of Salisbury to the south. Internally, the ground floor comprises an open plan sitting/dining room with a central redbrick fireplace and charming original wall-mounted bakery ovens. There is also a contemporary kitchen with Shaker-style cabinet units and an adjoining practical utility room. Upstairs there are three well-proportioned bedrooms, one of which is currently being used as a study, which are served by the family bathroom which offers separate bath and shower facilities.
From Salisbury, proceed west from St. Paul's Roundabout onto Wilton Road (A36) and continue through Wilton and South Newton for approximately five miles before turning left onto West Street. Head over the bridge and into Great Wishford before turning left onto South Street where the property will become apparent on the right-hand side opposite the church.
Front door opens to the carpeted sitting/dining room with window to the side aspect. Offers a central redbrick fireplace with adjacent original bakery ovens and mantelpiece above. Flows through to the kitchen and gives access to the first-floor landing via the carpeted stairs.
Tiled flooring with window to the front. Offers a selection of high and low cabinet units with adjoining timber worktops incorporating a one-and-a-quarter stainless-steel sink basin with drainer unit, and surrounding splashback tiling. Offers an integrated electric oven with four-ring electric hob and extractor hood above. Also offers space for a full-height fridge/freezer, and flows through to the utility room.
A practical space providing additional storage with adjoining worktops. Offers space for a washing machine and a tumble dryer.
Carpeted stairs from the sitting/dining room ascend to the first-floor landing with feature stone wall. Gives access to the three bedrooms, and the family bathroom.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the side aspect, and built-in storage.
Carpeted bedroom space with two windows to the front aspect.
Carpeted bedroom space (currently utilised as a study) with a window to the front aspect, built-in storage, and a loft hatch to the roof space above.
Laminate flooring with window to the side aspect. Offers a bathtub with separate walk-in shower cubicle, a WC, and a wash hand basin.
The property is pleasantly situated in central position within Great Wishford which is an attractive and popular location within the Wylye Valley. The property is positioned adjacent to the St. Giles Church, with the village also offering a public house, primary school, and a convenience store in the garage at Stapleford. Prospective buyers will likely benefit from Great Wishford's surrounding countryside walks. There are further facilities in nearby Wilton which includes a weekly market, with the Cathedral City of Salisbury (approximately six miles away) offering a wide range of amenities. These include, but are not limited to, supermarkets, high-street shops, bi-weekly markets, copious restaurants, pubs & bars, a theatre, the arts centre, a cinema and renowned state and private schools. These include Bishop Wordsworth's, South Wilts Grammar School, Godolphin School, and Leehurst Swan. Leisure and recreational facilities include the nearby Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, a golf club, and recreation grounds. Salisbury train station offers direct commuter links to London Waterloo and the West Country. Additionally, Salisbury is well-positioned for great road links to the coastal cities of Southampton and Bournemouth, as well as routes into the New Forest.
There is no gas in the village, the property is equipped with electric heaters throughout and is connected to mains drainage.
The Old Bakery is made of stone with cob and stone walls and the render is lime.
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