This utterly charming listed period cottage has been sympathetically updated to a very high standard whilst retaining immense charm and considerable character. It is situated in the very heart of the pretty village of Erlestoke, offering direct access to some spectacular down land scenery and woodland walks.
The accommodation is beautifully presented and tastefully decorated with high ceilings lending a spacious feel. The accommodation has been refurbished within the last year to a very high standard and briefly comprises;
An attractive shared entrance porch, a sitting room with splendid inglenook fireplace which has a brand new wood burning stove. The kitchen is contemporary and stylish and also brand new, with a dining area and a comprehensive range of integrated appliances including a dish washer, fridge freezer, washer/dryer, drinks cooler and filtered cold water tap. A new Worcester Bosch combi boiler has also been fitted within the last 2 years.
On the first floor are two bedrooms and a newly fitted and stylish bathroom with marble floor tiles and large shower with rainfall shower head.
A useful attic room with Velux windows is approached via a space saving staircase and planning permission has been granted to upgrade the stair, all that is required to make this into a 3rd bedroom.
The long rear garden is south facing and an absolute delight, it has recently been landscaped and features a well-stocked flower bed, vegetable planters and mature fruit trees. Ideal for alfresco dining or just relaxing at the end of the day with a cool glass of wine. There is a useful brick garden store with power and a greenhouse.
There is access at the back of the garden (under licence) directly onto Erlestoke bluebell woods, the picturesque walled garden to the former manor house which is now home to Erlestoke Cricket club and beyond to Salisbury Plain. The 3 Daggers, AA UK pub of the year 2020 is a pleasant scenic walk and also offers a fantastic farm shop, cafe and spa. The surrounding area is spoilt for other fantastic pubs and farm shops, including the Longs Arms in Steeple Ashton and Planks Farm Shop in Lydeway.
The cottage is warmed by oil central heating as well as the more traditional feature of a wood burning stove and has super-fast fibre optic broadband. It is enhanced by many exposed beams and timbers and stripped wood floors. A charming village home in a very pretty village location fully equipped for modern life.
AGENTS NOTE; There is a shared pedestrian access to the rear of the cottages, which is quite common with older properties.