Beautifully Kept Rear Garden Full of Colour and Life
Two Useful Brick Built Outbuildings
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A deceptively spacious, charming characterful Grade II Listed terraced house, dating back to the 1700s, with many period features throughout, including sash windows, wooden beams and a fire place.
A deceptively spacious, charming characterful Grade II Listed terraced house, dating back to the 1700s and located in the sought after village of Hindon. With many period features throughout, wooden beams and a fire place.
The well appointed accommodation, includes an entrance porch, sitting room, kitchen, two bedrooms, family shower room, beautiful private rear garden and two small brick built outbuildings.
The private, sunny rear garden is beautifully presented with a comprehensive array of vibrant plants and shrubs offering an abundance of colour.
The garden can be accessed via the external door from the kitchen which enters out into a patio area perfect for sitting out in the summer evenings. A path then leads up where there is a rockery and well thought out graveled area full of colourful planting. This path then continues towards the top side of the garden where the main lawn area can be found.
The garden is fully enclosed by a wall as well as wooden panel fencing, and there is access at the rear and to the side of the garden.
The village of Hindon is in a Conservation Area in the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hindon was a market town but is now a beautiful thriving friendly organised village offering excellent amenities for its size, including an excellent Doctors' Surgery, a happy Primary School (good results), an excellent Community Shop and Post Office, CofE church, two public houses (The Lamb and The Angel), a Sports and Social Club, a playground, and allotments for those with green fingers. There are very good state and public schools in the area.
The village has easy road access (2 miles) to the A303, and sw trains run from Tisbury (3 miles) to London Waterloo and Exeter. Shaftesbury is approximately 8 miles away.
From our Tisbury Office proceed out of the village on Hindon Lane and travel for approximately 4 miles. Upon entering the village of Hindon, proceed a short distance up the High Street where the property can be found on the left hand side.
Strictly by appointment only with Boatwrights in Tisbury, please call .
The property includes electric heating and a fire place in the sitting room. Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected.
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