3 bedroom cottage for saleHindon Lane, Tisbury, SP3
Sold STC £420,000
- THREE BEDROOMS
- SITTING ROOM
- DINING ROOM
- KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
- DOWNSTAIRS BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE
- DOWNSTAIRS CLOAKROOM
- FAMILY BATHROOM
- FRONT & REAR GARDENS
- GARAGE & OFF ROAD PARKING
- CHARACTER & CHARM
SITUATION: The property is situated on Hindon Lane, about half way between Tisbury and Fonthill Gifford. Tisbury is a bustling town situated in the heart of the Nadder Valley, which has a wide range of everyday facilities including banks, shops, schools, hotels, doctor’s surgeries and a mainline railway station (Exeter - Waterloo). The A303 is approximately 3 miles to the north giving access to the South West and London.
Half glazed doors open into:
ENTRANCE PORCH: Of timber construction with a gabled tiled roof. There are fixed windows on two sides, quarry tiled floor, outside porch light and original painted wooden front door with two small decorative glazed panels opening into:
SITTING ROOM: 20’4” x 12’1” A light and well proportioned character room, handsome inglenook fireplace with a stone hearth, bressumer beam, painted wooden display mantle and inset woodburning stove, small cottage window to rear, two original cottage windows, one with window seat, look out to the front, panel radiator, original flagstone floor, original ceiling beam, recessed ceiling spotlights, oak staircase rising to the first floor, useful understairs cupboard, recessed display shelves, door to:
STUDY/RECEPTION 2: 12’1” x 9’11 Large UPVC double glazed picture window looks out over open views of surrounding countryside, generous window seat and fitted shutters, panel radiator, door to:
CLOAKROOM: Recently fitted with a white contemporary suite comprising low level W.C., small wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome monobloc tap, mosaic tiled splashbacks and cupboard under, original cottage window with fitted shutter looks out onto the front.
From the Sitting Room a door opens into:
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 22’3” x 9’8” A wonderful light and spacious room which has been recently extended and renovated with a contemporary take on a ‘country’ style kitchen, comprising of matching wall and floor cupboards and drawers with contrasting solid wood worksurfaces edged with ceramic tiled splashbacks, inset single bowl double drainer sink unit with chrome neck mixer tap positioned beneath a replaced ‘cottage’ style window with lovely view over the surrounding countryside. Original chimney breast with beam over, inset ‘Esse’ range style oven with integrated boiler serving domestic hot water and central heating, space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer, recessed ceiling spotlights, quarry tiled floor, semi-vaulted ceiling to the kitchen extension with Velux window, small original cottage window to the back with a deep tiled sill. A part glazed door gives access to the garden and an period style oak door opens into:
BEDROOM 3: 10’ x 14’8” (narrowing to 8’9”) Semi-vaulted ceiling, original style cottage window looks out over the garden, panel radiator, oak veneer floor, oak door to:
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: Fitted with a contemporary white suite comprising of a corner shower with wall mounted chrome shower, fully tiled ceramic splashbacks and curved shower screen with a sliding door, wall mounted ‘ladder’ style heated towel rail, low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin with chrome monobloc tap and tiled splashback, tiled stone floor, extractor fan.
LANDING: Panel radiator, step up with door to:
BEDROOM 1: 13’10” x 11’6” A particularly light dual aspect room. A large UPVC double glazed window gives fabulous open views of the surround countryside having a deep sill extending into useful storage shelf, original cottage window with fitted shutter looks out over the front, panel radiator..
BEDROOM 2: 12’2” x 8’10” Original cottage window with fitted shutter looks out over the front, panel radiator, loft hatch, recess for wardrobe space with fitted hanging rail and shelf.
BATHROOM: Fitted with a contemporary white suite comprising tongue and groove panel enclosed bath with period style chrome taps, wall mounted ‘antique’ style shower with glazed shower screen and fully tiled splashbacks, low level W.C., wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap and fitted drawer underneath, part tongue and groove panelling to walls, original cottage window with fitted shutter looks out over the front with further small obscure glazed window.
From Hindon Lane there is a gravelled parking apron which could accommodate two/three cars with a further concrete hardstanding for another vehicle. Large pair of double gates open onto a concrete driveway which gives access to:
SINGLE GARAGE: A single detached garage with up and over door.
FRONT GARDEN: To the front of the house is a shingle pathway, bordered by raised ornamental beds, which extends along the side of the property to the back door. Outside light tap.
REAR GARDEN: The rear garden is laid out in a traditional style with a good sized lawn with interspersed flower and shrub borders, enclosed by clipped hedging. Thee is a further area of shingle which provides an ideal space for outdoor seating and dining.
SERVICES: Water, electricity and drainage and telephone all subject to the usual utility regulations.
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment through the agents.
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