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Enjoying a delightful central village location, this charming cob house provides an excellent project for the new owner with the possibility of modernisation throughout. With a classic double-fronted style the property has many character features including period fireplaces, exposed beams and wooden floorboards. The property is entered via an open porch leading to the spacious open plan reception rooms. An open staircase rises to the first floor. The sitting room has a warming, multi fuel log burner set within a feature wooden fireplace. There is a study/playroom also with a fireplace. Opening off the sitting room is the spacious 22ft kitchen/breakfast room, which is fitted with storage cupboards with wooden worktops and space for freestanding appliances. To one side of the room there is a large open fireplace with a cream AGA. Adjacent to the kitchen is a separate dining room with access to the garden.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms, each with character features and built-in storage. The bedrooms share a family bathroom with a freestanding bath.
Shrewton is a highly popular chalk stream village in the heart of Salisbury Plain, offering an array of local amenities including two doctors’ surgeries, a Co-operative convenience store, butcher, hairdresser and friendly local pub. The nearby town of Amesbury offers further amenities including a choice of supermarkets, dentists, a library, restaurants and plenty of local shops, bakeries and pubs. The cathedral city of Salisbury is 11 miles to the south and provides a comprehensive choice of schooling, further shopping, restaurants, leisure facilities and a theatre. Local communications are excellent, with the A303 is easily accessible (London/Exeter) and a mainline train station at Salisbury serving London Waterloo in approx. 85 minutes.
Situated in the heart of the village, the property is accessed from the road by a small footbridge which crosses a Winterbourne stream of the River Till, leading to the wooden porch via a paved path surrounded by mature shrubs. Hedges on all sides provide privacy from the road, where there is on-street parking. To the rear there is an overhanging porch affording shade to a patio area adjacent to the house, with a path leading through to the mostly level west-facing lawn to a corrugated shed/workshop. The garden has a secluded feel with a number of large trees including a silver birch and apple tree.
Lovely Village Location
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