Cannimore Farm, Cannimore Lane, Warminster, Wiltshire

£600,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Rural views

3 reception rooms with views over the gardens

Kitchen/breakfast room

3 bedrooms, Family bathroom

Extensive outbuildings ideal for development

Beautiful gardens and paddock

About 6.9 acres

This delightful farmhouse, with substantial outbuildings, is located in a secluded rural location, which is also conveniently located within easy reach of the bustling town of Warminster. The property is believed to date from the 1830s and comes complete with 6.9 acres of land. The attractive detached farmhouse itself is in need of some modernisation, but provides three bedrooms and spacious, flexible accommodation, while the almost 7,000 square feet of outbuildings provide a superb opportunity for further development, subject to the relevant consents.

The farmhouse is a charming cottage, with light and welcoming accommodation, and views across the beautiful countryside, including towards the Longleat Estate. On the ground floor there is a well-proportioned sitting room, which features a bay window and a double set of French doors opening onto the farmhouse's gardens. There is also a dining room accessed from the kitchen which is dual aspect and has wonderful views over the garden, and a further reception room with a fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of cupboards, terracotta floor tiling and a range cooker. There is also a useful utility room, a larder and a boot room. Upstairs there are three bedrooms including a generous master, in addition to a family bathroom with a separate WC.

The property is located in a secluded position, but is only five-minutes drive from the centre of Warminster, an up-and-coming town with a comprehensive range of shopping facilities. This includes a Waitrose, doctors' and dentists' surgeries, a library and a golf course. The River Were runs through the centre of the town, which has a good selection of independent retailers and cultural attractions including the Athenieum Theatre.

There is a railway station in the town to Salisbury, Westbury and London Waterloo. The area is also served by excellent road links via the A350 and A303. Surrounded by lovely rolling countryside, this is an ideal setting for rural pursuits such as walking, riding and cycling. The Longleat Wildlife Park Estate is close by, as is the excellent Bishopstrow House Hotel. The area has some excellent schools in both the state and private sector which include Warminster, Port Regis, Bryanston, Bruton, Dauntseys, St Mary's Shaftesbury and Downside.

Upon entering the property you are greeted with a large courtyard area, with a lawn at its centre, from which you can access the farmhouse and the many outbuildings. The outbuildings include garages, stables, piggeries, greenhouses and potting sheds, and substantial barns, representing significant commercial opportunities or the potential for development. The farmhouse opens onto extensive gardens, with lawns, seating areas and a large vegetable garden, plus a beautiful pond. There is also an orchard and paddocks, with the land extending in total to 6.9 acres. The land has been specified as of special interest by Wiltshire Wildlife, with no pesticides used on it for at least the past 40 years.

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