July Cottage, Barbers Lane, Swallowcliffe, Salisbury, Wiltshire

£1,300,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Reception hall, Family room

Study, Garden room

Kitchen/breakfast room

Pantry, Utility, Cloakroom

Principal bedroom with en-suite

4 Further bedrooms & Family bathroom

Garden, Summerhouse

Garage with first floor annexe

Set in approx. 3.9 acres

July Cottage an attractive part weather-boarded home that offers almost 2,500 sqft of light-filled accommodation arranged over three floors, with charming features including latch doors, a wood-burning stove with an inglenook fireplace, exposed brick and timbers and flagstone floors.

A practical boot porch opens into a comfortable reception hall with an exposed brick inglenook fireplace, stone flooring and in-built storage. Off the reception hall is a dual aspect study and a light and spacious family room with exposed timbers, triple aspect garden views and French doors leading to a garden terrace. The sizeable kitchen/breakfast room offers wooden Shaker style cabinets, a brick hearth with an integrated AGA and space for family dining and relaxation. Features such as the peninsular breakfast bar and double butler sink, combine to give both a modern and rustic ambiance. Adjoining the kitchen/breakfast room is a large pantry with matching cabinets, a utility and cloakroom. Double doors from the kitchen/breakfast room open into the garden room, which enjoys garden views and has a travertine tiled floor, exposed brickwork and French doors that open out onto a garden terrace.

On the first floor, the dual aspect principal bedroom is light-filled and spacious with en-suite shower facilities. Adjoining the bedroom, is a walk-in dressing room which could also be utilised as a fifth bedroom, if required. An additional double bedroom on this floor has access to loft storage space and there is a well-proportioned family bathroom. The property's remaining two bedrooms are located on the second floor, both benefitting from skylights.

Swallowcliffe is a sought-after village in the heart of Cranborne Chase (AONB), in the beautiful Nader Valley. The village offers a range of local everyday amenities and has a village church and The Royal Oak public house.

Locally, there are a number of golf courses, gardens, Wardour Castle and a nature reserve. Nearby well-regarded schools include Wardour Catholic Primary School, St John's Church of England Primary and Shaftesbury School. The neighbouring picturesque village of Tisbury offers further local facilities including a deli, Co-op, fresh fish shop, wine merchant, butchers, pharmacy, sports and community centre, GP surgery and dentist along with various independent shops, boutiques and eateries.

Extensive retail, leisure and cultural facilities are offered in the nearby cathedral city of Salisbury. Communication links are good, with the A350 providing access to the north and south of the country and the A303 accessing the east and west. There are also direct rail links to London Waterloo from Tisbury and Salisbury Stations.

The property is situated on a substantial plot with stunning countryside views of Cranborne Chase (AONB). Approached via a five-bar gate with bordering hedges, the drive provides parking for several vehicles and the large two storey garage offers space for parking or workshop with a first floor annex. Mature trees and shrubs, clipped hedges, a copse, pond and extensive lawn space are to be found in the south-west facing garden which has two paved seating terraces for al fresco dining. There is also a summerhouse, greenhouse and additional garden storage/outbuildings. The property also has solar panels.

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Strutt & Parker - Salisbury

41 Milford Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2BP

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