Property SummaryRestored, internally modernised and re-thatched to the highest specification five years ago, this
Grade II Listed house offers spacious and light accommodation, with oil fired central heating throughout. The works included replumbing, rewiring, a new Megaflow system for hot and cold water and secondary glazing throughout the house.
From the entrance hall, doors lead to the kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom with toilet and wash hand basin and the reception/dining room. The fitted kitchen in solid ash has 40mm granite worktops with Miele dishwasher and Rangemaster cooker. This leads through to the scullery/utility room with Miele washing machine, Miele condenser tumble dryer, a sink unit and cupboards. The reception/dining room has fitted bookshelves and cupboards, a functioning raised log burning grate and a partially glazed door that leads to the garden.
A flight of stairs leads to the first floor landing which has space for a chest of drawers etc. there are two large double bedrooms, one with storage cupboards and both well lit with front and rear windows. There are two spacious bathrooms, each with shower over bath, basin, and W/C and one with a big airing cupboard containing the large hot water tank. There are no water tanks in the roof. Pressure is supplied to both hot and cold taps by a Megaflow system.
The small hamlet of West Amesbury lies at the head of the Woodford Valley ad in the Stonhenge conservation area. The River Avon, at the heart of the chalk stream fishing country flows down the valley and through the Woodfords from Amesbury (2km) to Salisbury (9miles). The historic town of Amesbury, at the heart of Salisbury Plain provides excellent amentities and services including schools, doctors, dentists, hairdressers, a veterinary surgery, post office, leisure centre, library, cafes, restaurants and pubs.
Salisbury a medieval city with its Cathedral, Arts Centre, The Playhouse Theatre and bustling twice weekly market, provides all major facilities and is well served by car parks.
Amesbury 2km, A303 (London/Exeter) 2km, Salisbury 14km, Grateley Train Station with carpark 12km.
the front of the house is bordered with old English roses and provides an area of cobbled hard standing for two cars. To the side of the house is a further off road hard standing in front of the garage. The garage has a pitched roof, an up and over door and strong internal shelving.
The walled garden to the rear of the house has been replanted extensively with roses, climbers and shrubs on all the walls, herbaceous beds and borders, fruit trees and soft fruits. There are two lawns, and adjacent to the house a large patio/dining area and dry woodshed. There is a concealed 1300 litre oil tank and at the bottom of the garden the three bay fish smokery has been converted into garden sheds.
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From our office on Salisbury Street turn left onto Church Street (sign posted The Woodfords) and cross the bridge over the river Avon, leave Amesbury, follow the road bearing right which is Stonehenge Road, and over the summit of the hill take the left turn (sign posted Lake, Wilsford and West Amesbury) and the property will be found in the village on the right hand side just after the post box in the wall.
This cottage benefits from mains electric and water. The property also has oil central heating and a septic tank.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band E.
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