Tudor Cottage, South Street, Broad Chalke, Salisbury

£695,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Sitting room

Study

Dining room

Kitchen/breakfast room

4 Bedrooms

Bathroom

Shower room

Gardens

Off Street parking

Tudor Cottage is a delightful Grade II Listed thatched property that dates from the 17th Century. The property has been in the same ownership for the last 40 years, during which time is has been sensitively modernised and extended whilst retaining numerous period features. These include timber frame and render elevations, an attractive thatched roof, exposed timber beams and an impressive inglenook fireplace. There is now scope for an incoming purchaser to put their own stamp on the property.

The ground floor has two reception rooms in the original part of the house – the sitting room and the study. The sitting room is dual aspect and fitted with a wood burning stove, while both rooms have wooden parquet flooring. The formal dining room and kitchen/breakfast room are in the later addition to the side of the cottage, with the kitchen featuring exposed timber beams, wooden storage units and space for all of the necessary appliances, as well as ample room for a breakfast table.

The first floor is served by two separate staircases. Both areas have two double or twin bedrooms, with the principal and second bedroom including fitted storage. The principal bedroom has an attractive view down the garden and over adjoining countryside. The family bathroom is found on the first floor, while there is also a shower room on the ground floor.

The property is located in the ever popular village of Broad Chalke, surrounded by the stunning countryside of the Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just eight miles from the vibrant cathedral city of Salisbury. Broad Chalke provides an outstanding-rated primary school, a small community sports centre and a village hall. There is a public house, church, Doctors surgery and village “hub” which also has an award winning shop.

Further everyday facilities and amenities are found in Salisbury. With its historic centre and famous cathedral, Salisbury is a delightful city. There is a superb choice of shopping and leisure facilities, plus a good selection of pubs, cafés and restaurants. The nearby market town of Wilton also has a good range of facilities and a weekly market, with plenty of free parking.

The area boasts several outstanding primary, secondary, state and private schools, plus the renowned Bishop Wordsworth's and South Wilts grammar schools, for boys and girls respectively.

To the front of the cottage there is a concrete parking area, suitable for up to two vehicles, with paved pathways and lawns. To the rear, there is a beautifully presented garden with paved terracing and an area of lawn, bordered by flowerbeds, shrubs, mature trees and hedgerow. There is also a shed, a greenhouse and interesting little brick-built outbuilding with a thatched roof. Beyond the garden there is a further field with a stream running along its edge, backing onto beautiful open countryside.

Tudor Cottage also enjoys ownership of a strip of land forming the bank on the opposite side of the village road. The total grounds are approximately 1 acre.

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