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A truly charming and deceptively spacious late Edwardian home with characterful, light and airy accommodation and a lovely long garden that is bordered by a stream.
72 High Street presents a wonderful opportunity to purchase a quintessential period home in the heart of this much sought after village.
The home itself has been enhanced and extended in recent history. There is an excellent front reception room, a perfect office or snug with an open fireplace. Beyond there is the open plan kitchen/dining/family room with a charming wood burner as the feature point of the room. This lovely open plan space provides excellent versatility and is perfect for sociable, modern living. The kitchen is comprehensively appointed with ample wall and base units. The integrated oven, hob and extractor were replaced in 2017. The kitchen area in turn leads on to the sizeable conservatory. This useful room is a wonderful additional reception room and has lovely views down the stunning private rear garden.
On the first floor there are two excellent double bedrooms, both with original exposed floorboards. The master bedroom is especially generous and still boasts an original fireplace. Both are serviced by a family bathroom.
Codford is a highly desirable village situated in the Wylye Valley, renowned for having some of the most attractive and unspoilt countryside in Wiltshire, offering many good walks, riding, shooting, fishing, and other country pursuits. The village provides a wide range of convenient facilities - a good general store, newsagent and post office, working theatre, garage and filling station which are then enhanced by a superb farm shop, delicatessen, butchery, and café in the nearby village of Boyton. Codford retains its primary school and a toddlers group, the village also benefits from having a modern doctors surgery and dispensary, plus its own vet and a number of local liveries.
The market town of Warminster, which is only seven miles to the north has a good range of shopping and day to day facilities. Bath and Salisbury are both within easy driving distance offering a much wider selection of social and recreational amenities also with excellent shopping centres. This area has become particularly sought after because of the exceptional number of good schools, both state and private, at all levels including Warminster School, Marlborough College, St Mary’s Calne, Port Regis and Dauntsey’s as well as the schools in Salisbury and Bath.
Communications are excellent with the A303/A36 just 4 miles away providing good access to London and the west country. Mainline rail services run from Warminster to London Waterloo with more regular services from Westbury to London Paddington and from Salisbury or Grateley to London Waterloo.
The garden is a particular feature of this home. Lying to the rear, this glorious and sizeable garden has been beautifully landscaped and has an excellent degree of privacy.
French doors from the conservatory open out to a paved terrace, perfect for outdoor entertaining and dining. Steps lead onto the expansive mature lawn bordered by abundant colourful floral and herbaceous beds and is interspersed with specimen fruit trees. The meandering pathway leads you to the rear garden where you find a plentiful and productive kitchen garden. Nestled to the very rear of the garden is the sizeable garden studio. This excellent additional space is insulated and has electric and broadband installed, the perfect working or relaxing retreat. Bordering the rear garden is a gentle stream, beyond which is open pastureland, the perfect spot to enjoy the peaceful rural surroundings.
The whole gardens leave a wonderful long lasting impression and is a truly idyllic cottage garden.
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Family Room
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