Description This stunning cottage occupies an elevated position benefitting from countryside views and is in need of some modernisation, with scope to improve.
The property is approached via a part glazed front entrance door. The lounge has wooden floorboards, an exposed brick chimney breast with a painted stone hearth and window with a front aspect overlooking the views. The dining room has an open fireplace, window to the front aspect and stairs leading to the first floor with access to the kitchen. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units with painted door and draw fronts, sink / drainer with mixer tap, inset four ring electric hob with a cooker hob over, built in electric double oven, space and plumbing for a washing machine, floor standing Oil central heating boiler, tiled flooring and a window and door to the rear aspect. The store room/ utility is just off the kitchen and has access to the under stairs storage and space for a fridge / freezer. On the first floor there are two bedrooms with aspects over the front and built in wardrobes with feature fireplaces. The family bathroom has a white suite consisting of a bath with mixer taps, hand held shower attachment, wash hand basin, WC, built in airing cupboard and a window to the rear aspect.
Outside steps from the road lead up to the front entrance and small lawn front garden with well stocked flower and shrub beds. A path and gate provided access with steps leading up to the terraced garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a seating area.
There is also a small parcel of land diagonally opposite the property which may possibly be used (subject to necessary planning) for parking.
Situation The very popular village of Ludwell which has a great Post Office / General Store, Butchers, Farm Shop, Thatched village Pub, Primary School, Parish Church and bus services, whilst only being 3 miles from the ancient Saxon hilltop town of Shaftesbury which a good range of facilities for everyday needs. A main line station is available at Tisbury (Exeter ~ Waterloo) approximately 7 miles and the cathedral city of Salisbury is about 19 miles distant.
Additionalinformation Services: Mains Water, Electricity & Drainage. Oil central heating. Council Authority: Wiltshire Council - Tel: Council Tax Band: C Caution: Nb All services and fittings mentioned in these particulars have not been tested and hence we cannot confirm that they are in working order. Energy Performance Certificate : Rated: F ~ View at
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