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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale


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Property Description

Key features

  • Charming Chalke Valley period cottage
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Three reception rooms with some period features
  • Two bathrooms
  • Large and level garden
  • Outbuilding currently used as office/studio
  • Scope to extend further (subject to the necessary consents)

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A well presented semi-detached charming Chalke Valley period cottage with a large garden. The accommodation comprises sitting room, kitchen, breakfast room, cloakroom/utility room on the ground floor, 3 bedrooms (one with en-suite bathroom and dressing room), bathroom on the first floor. The garden extends to 1/4 of an acre and there is an outbuilding currently used as an office/studio.

The property is a semi-detached period cottage which has been extended and now provides a large triple aspect sitting room with woodburning stove, kitchen/breakfast room/living room and utility/cloakroom on the ground floor with three bedrooms, the master having an en-suite bathroom with separate shower enclosure and a family bathroom on the first floor. In addition, the old outhouse has now been converted into an office/study with electric light, power and heating. The property is double glazed and there is oil fired central heating. With a large garden the property would provide scope for further extensions (subject to the necessary consents).

The property is pleasantly situated in Bishopstone, which is a popular village and lies to the south west of Salisbury on the banks of the River Ebble. There are local facilities including a church, village hall and the White Hart public house. The surrounding downland countryside has excellent walking and riding and there are well regarded primary schools and community shops in nearby Broadchalke and Coombe Bissett, the former also have a doctors surgery. The Cathedral City of Salisbury is approximately 6 miles where there is an extensive range of educational, recreational and leisure facilities and a mainline railway station with a regular service to Waterloo.

Please see floor plans. All measurements are approximate.

Sitting Room:
19'9" x 19'0". Triple aspect with open fire and inset woodburning stove on slate hearth. Glazed double French doors to garden. Exposed feature brick with flint wall.

13'0" x 8'5". Range of fitted kitchen units, comprising belfast sink with solid oak worktop with drawers, cupboards, built-in dishwasher under and wall cupboards above. Electric range cooker with extractor fan over and wall cupboards adjacent. Door to cloak/utility room. Opening into:

Breakfast Room:
13'3" x 10'6". Stairs to first floor. Fireplace with inset woodburning stove set on a tiled hearth. Glazed double French doors to garden. Wooden floors. Understairs storage cupboard.

8'0" x 3'9". Space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer. WC. Wash hand basin.

Bedroom 1:
16'9" x 12'9". Double aspect with views over surrounding countryside. Door to dressing room/study. 6'9" x 7'5". Hanging rails.

En-suite Bathroom:
white suite with roll top bath , chrome mixer taps and shower attachment. WC with high level flush. Wash hand basin. Shower enclosure and heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2:
12'2" x 8'6". Built in cupboard.

Bedroom 3:
10'6" x 8'3".

white suite with panelled bath, mixer taps and shower attachment. Wash hand basin. WC.

The property is accessed through a gate leading into the main garden which is largely lawn extending to approximately one quarter of an acre. A wrought iron gate leads into an inner and paved and attractive courtyard and the office measures 16'9" x 7'9" with electric light, power points and with a galleried storage area over part of the room. Within the courtyard there is an enclosed oil fired boiler. At the rear of the property there is paved patio area and lawn running the length of the garden. In addition there is an enclosed storage area with oil tank and garden store approximately 7'6" x 10'0". There is a good sized garden which is mainly lawn with a patio access from the house. The owners currently park on Flamstone Street, but it is understood that informal discussions with Wiltshire Highways Department in the past regarding an access for a garage and driveway might be permitted subject to the necessary consents.

16'9" x 7'9" with electric light, power points and with a galleried storage area over part of the room.


Wiltshire Council

Council tax band C

The property has mains electricity. Our clients will be connecting the property to mains water. Private drainage.

From Salisbury proceed in a southerly direction on the A345 and on reaching Coombe Bissett turn right on to the Chalke Valley Road. Continue along for approximately 3.5 miles and on entering the village pass the White Hart public house and take the next turning left into Flamstone Street and number 35 will be found immediately on your left hand side.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
09 June 2016


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Ground Floor

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FIrst Floor

Floorplan 3


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