Stone Cottage offers its next owners an abundance of charming and flexible accommodation with the convenience of a central town position, parking and a private enclosed garden that is not overlooked.
The Grade II listed home dates from 1797 and was converted into the home you find today in 2016 by reputable local builders 1215 Heritage Homes.
Upon entering the home the size, light and character is immediately apparent. The conversion has sympathetically married original features with modern convenience.
The ground floor is open plan allowing ample space for a formal dining area, sizeable seating area and fully appointed luxury kitchen. The living area boasts a light and airy ambience with highlights such as the original exposed brick and flint wall and post conversion exposed brickwork. The kitchen is comprehensively appointed with high gloss wall and base units under granite work surfaces and is fitted with quality integrated appliances. A wide counter doubles as a breakfast bar ideal for casual dining and entertaining. There is also a cosy snug or study area adjacent to the open kitchen. There is a useful cloakroom and rear lobby leading to the courtyard garden. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a modern well-appointed family bathroom.
The home is perfectly placed for the best of both worlds, the house is not only within easy walking distance of all the excellent amenities that Amesbury has to offer but also of beautiful countryside with many lovely walks to enjoy.
Amesbury, the home of Stonehenge, is a small, historic town situated on the River Avon and bordering the beautiful and very highly sought after Woodford Valley.
The town offers traditional amenities which include supermarkets, independent shops, butchers, bakers, banks and a doctors surgery and there is also a weekly market (Wednesday) and monthly country market. For those with an interest in history, there is a fascinating museum, the World Heritage Stonehenge site and miles of interesting walks through the Millennium pathways and around the surrounding landscape.
The Cathedral City of Salisbury is only about 8 miles to the south with its excellent shopping, wide variety of schooling, recreational amenities and mainline train station. Grateley train station also offers a twice hourly service to London Waterloo is also 8 miles away.
Outside there is a low maintenance frontage behind a wrought iron decorative fence. To the rear there is a sunny mews style courtyard garden that is paved and boasts a wonderful degree of privacy and is not overlooked, an ideal low maintenance outdoor entertaining and dining space. There is a useful storage shed. A pathway leads from the garden to the two parking spaces.
Grade II Listed Attached Cottage
Two Double Bedrooms
Gorgeous Open Plan Living/ Dining/ Kitchen
Rear Courtyard Garden
Two Parking Spaces
Loft Conversion Potential STPP