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Mistletoe Cottage is a glorious, detached two bedroom character cottage nestled within this Wylye valley village, in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This quintessential period cottage retains many of its original character features such as exposed wooden beams and stone fireplace yet benefits from a light and modern design throughout. The current vendors have taken particular care in maintaining the cottage with the thatch having been redone last year.
Upon entering the home you are greeted by a welcoming entrance hall with the triple aspect sitting room to the left, boasting a focal point stone fireplace with log burner and exposed wooden beams. The dining room has a charming bay window allowing an abundance of light to flood the room and stairs leading to the first floor.
The well-appointed kitchen has an array of wall and base units as well as space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. Completing the ground floor is the family bathroom. Two bedrooms can be found on the first floor, both with ample built-in wardrobes, and the master with a sink. A separate cloakroom completes this floor.
The accommodation offers ultimate flexibility whilst there is still ample scope for further extension or reimagining.
The pretty conservation village of Wylye is situated in the Cranborne Chase AONB. The village is well positioned for exploring the attractive countryside of the Wylye Valley, with its many rural pursuits including walking, riding and traditional field sports. The village itself is home to shop/Post Office, church, village hall and well-regarded pub, The Bell, while further amenities can be found at Codford (4 miles) including a supermarket, garage and health services. Transport links are good being close to the A36/A303 junction with access to other local towns and the M3 motorway. Mainline rail services run from Warminster to London Waterloo with more regular services from Westbury (Paddington) and Salisbury (Waterloo).
The property is well positioned within its plot, set back from the road via double iron gates which lead you to a gravel driveway with access to the garage and additional parking area for multiple vehicles. Beautiful flora, mature shrubs and trees line the driveway to give you an element of seclusion from the road. The sylvanian cottage gardens are a particular feature and lie mainly to the rear and side of the home. A stunning patio area creates an idyllic setting for al-fresco entertaining whilst enjoying views across the garden. The expansive lawn is bordered by herbaceous and floral beds, whilst a tiered stone area provides additional space for outdoor seating. An ornamental pond and well adds charm and character to the property. There is a large storage shed.
Idyllic Cottage Gardens
Desirable Village Location
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