4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleWest Street, Barford St Martin, Salisbury
Guide Price £355,000
- 4 bedrooms
- Semi Detached house
- Medium garden
A Grade II Listed thatched cottage with good existing accommodation, together with scope, subject to planning permission, to convert into 2 properties.
Ground floor: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room
First floor: 4 Bedrooms, En-suite Shower Room, Bathroom and Cloakroom
Shop Accommodation comprising 3 good sized ground floor rooms and 2 first floor rooms
Outside: South facing well stocked garden, parking and double garage.
Peppercorn Cottage is a semi-detached former post office stores and house with suitable potential, subject t0 necessary consent, to provide bed and breakfast potential and would also suit a purchaser who would wish to work from home or to provide an annexe for a relative or family member. The existing accommodation comprises of a sitting room, dining room, kitchen and conservatory on a ground floor together with the old shop area and two large stores whilst on the first floor there are four bedrooms, bathroom, a study/ landing, en-suite shower room plus two further upstairs stores also with superb potential. Historically the property had the benefit of planning permission to convert the whole into a two bedroom and three bedroom properties. For further details of the lapsed application, this can be viewed on line the planning application number being S/2008/802.
Barford St Martin is a pretty and popular village west of Salisbury set in the heart of the Nadder Valley. There is a village pub, farmshop and service station with a general stores. From the village there are bus services to Wilton which has a wider range of amenities and services which continues into Salisbury which has a mainline railway station and an excellent range of shops, restaurants and the Playhouse Theatre. In addition there are good walks and bridleways in the surrounding downland countryside.
Please note all measurements are approximate.
Covered entrance porch and front door into:
Stairs to first floor.
4.8m (15ft 9in) x 4.57m (15ft 0in) into recess. Large inglenook fireplace.
4.8m (15ft 9in) x 3.12m (10ft 3in) widening to 3.89m (12ft 9in). Oak floor. Feature fireplace with tiled hearth. Doors to understairs storage cupboard.
5.94m (19ft 6in) x 2.13m (7ft 0in) widening to 2.51m (8ft 3in). A range of kitchen units comprising 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink unit set into work surface with drawers and cupboards under. 4 ring electric hob with oven and drawer and cupboards under and wall cupboards and recirculating extractor fan above. Further work surface with drawers, cupboards and space for plumbing for dishwasher and space for fridge under with wall cupboards above with plate racks. Tiled splashback. Tiled floor. Door to conservatory.
5.11m (16ft 9in) x 2.06m (6ft 9in). Door to old shop. Glazed door to outside.
Former Main Shop:
6.78m (22ft 3in) maximum x 4.95m (16ft 3in). Old range fire (capped). Door to inner hall. Stairs to first floor.
Store Room 1:
4.11m (13ft 6in) x 3.25m (10ft 8in) with capped fireplace. Door to:
Store Room 2:
4.72m (15ft 6in) maximum x 3.48m (11ft 5in). Doorway to outside and stairs to first floor.
Store Room 3:
5.26m (17ft 3in) maximum x 3.81m (12ft 6in). Connecting door to main house. Door through to:
Store Room 4:
4.65m (15ft 3in) maximum x 3.73m (12ft 3in) and stairway down to Store Room 2.
5.11m (16ft 9in) x 3.05m (10ft 0in). Double aspect. Door to large walk-in wardrobe.
En-suite Shower Room:
White suite with WC, wash basin, shower cubicle with electric shower. Tiled floor and walls. Extractor fan.
With fitted cupboards. Door to:
3.2m (10ft 6in) x 3.05m (10ft 0in). Door to large store cupboard. Raised door to storage area. Reduced height door to:
Bathroom with suite comprising a panel bath, wash basin.
3.12m (10ft 3in) x 2.59m (8ft 6in) lengthening to 3.66m (12ft 0in).
3.28m (10ft 9in) x 3.58m (11ft 9in) maximum. Cloakroom with WC. Airing cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder and slatted shelves. Connecting door to shop.
Peppercorn Cottage has a pleasant south facing rear garden which is accessed from Duck Lane through 5-bar gates to a parking area for a number of cars and a detached timber garage with a corrugated roof which within the planning could be demolished. The remainder of the garden is mainly lawn with borders with a variety of mature shrubs and plants and a paved terrace.
Wiltshire Council: Salisbury (01722 336272).
Band E. £1,804.28 (2011/12).
Mains water, electricity and drainage are available.
Leave Salisbury heading west on the A36 and at the roundabout at Wilton turn left onto the A30. Continue through Wilton and on entering Barford St Martin bear right on the apex on the bend into West Street signposted for Dinton. The cottage will be seen on the left hand side just after the old school. For viewings turn left into Duck Lane by the church and the war memorial, bear right following Duck Lane and near the end bear right, pass through the double gates and into the garden.
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