Dine alfresco on the terrace as you savour the magnificent rural outlook or enjoy a chilled glass of wine at the end of the day, as you relax with a good book in one of the many areas of the garden that are designed for relaxing. You can explore the stunning unspoiled countryside that surrounds this pretty and sought after village, and in the winter curl up by the fireside.
This enchanting listed semi-detached period cottage occupies an enviable elevated position and has been sympathetically extended combining a successful blend of period charm and contemporary modern style.
The accommodation is beautifully presented and briefly comprises; reception hall, sitting room with inglenook fireplace and a multi-fuel stove, an attractively fitted kitchen which opens through into the beautifully light dining room with folding doors that open directly onto the terrace with stunning open views. There is an attractive bathroom on the ground floor.
On the first floor are there good sized bedrooms, all with storage space.
The delightful and pretty cottage gardens are a feature of this lovely cottage home, which is terraced on several levels with many areas to just sit and relax and enjoy the sunshine and watch the seasons change. There is both a summerhouse and a garden shed.
A driveway approached over the lane at the side of the cottage provides parking for one car, however the owners park two cars in the lane itself.
Warmed by oil fired central heating and the more traditional feature of a multi-fuel stove
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, pub, post office, church and primary school. The Red Lion gastro pub is also nearby at East Chisenbury
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.