Enjoying glorious open views from a delightful elevated position set in beautiful sunny gardens.
This utterly charming thatched period cottage retains immense charm and considerable character and successfully blends period charm combined with contemporary style.
The beamed sitting room has a fine inglenook fireplace which is perfect for log burning, there is a contemporary fitted kitchen/dining room with lots of space for breakfasting or dining and a delightful period style ground floor bathroom with roll top bath, perfect for candlelight.
The stunning sunny garden is situated at the front of the cottage, and is an absolute delight, perfect for alfresco dining or just relaxing at end of the day with a cool glass of wine or relaxing in one of the two summer houses with a good book.
The cottage benefits from on-drive parking and is warmed by modern electric central heating and is enhanced by very tasteful decoration and many exposed beams and timbers.
Enford is a wonderful example of a typical Wiltshire village and features the award-winning Swan public house and popular church whilst nearby Netheravon has a shop, post office, church and primary school. The market towns of Marlborough and Devizes have a good range of shops and Salisbury has extensive cultural and commercial amenities. Mainline train services are at Grateley (Waterloo 80 minutes), Pewsey (Paddington 70 minutes) and Salisbury (Waterloo 90 minutes). The A303/M3 provides good road access to east and west. There are excellent schools in the area including Marlborough College, St Mary's Calne, Dauntseys, Godolphin, Farleigh, St Francis, Chaffyn Grove and The Cathedral School.