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This property's price has dropped from £675,000 to Offers in excess of £550,000.
Stable Cottage is a handsome Grade II listed village home thought to have been built in the late 17th Century with 19th Century additions. This charming home has been considerably enhanced by the high standard of renovation and refurbishment carried by the current owners. Particular attention has been made to retaining many original period features including a stunning Inglenook fireplace, ledged and braced doors and exposed timber beams. This versatile home offers an abundance of accommodation arranged over two floors complemented by the renovated Victorian stables and coach house, now the spacious garage and garden room, ideal for running a business from home, entertaining, gym or converting into an annexe. (subject to consents)
Stable Cottage is found in the heart of the village of Codford, a highly desirable village situated amidst picturesque countryside in the beautiful Wylye Valley. Local amenities include shops, a garage, inn, doctor's surgery and primary school, boasting good Ofsted reports 2013 and is also the home of the Woolstore Theatre. The area offers a variety of excellent rural pursuits including walking, horse riding, cycling and fishing on the River Wylye.
The nearby town of Warminster has good amenities and a main line railway station whilst the Cathedral City of Salisbury, has more comprehensive shopping, entertainment and educational amenities and a main line railway station for London Waterloo. Warminster and Grateley also have a main line railway stations for London Waterloo. The A303 is approximately 3 miles giving good access to London, via the M3, and to the West Country and the A36 also provides good road access to Bath approximately 25 miles.
The thoughtfully landscaped walled cottage style gardens are of a southerly aspect, incorporating a well established lawn, paved patios and paths with box and lavender borders and plentiful traditional mature floral and shrub beds. The paved terrace and garden room provide excellent dining and entertaining spaces. There is ample stone paved off road parking, a further shed, green house and irrigation system to service the garden.
Recent works have included re-roofing, bespoke wood framed window replacing original windows and a stunning Oak frame sun room making a fabulous addition to the already ample living accomodation and increasing the total floor space to 3675 sq ft. The wine cellar can be found in the sun room and was once the original passage to the church.
Master bedroom with en-suite
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