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  • Bedrooms: 5
DESCRIPTION: This lovely and spacious detached cottage was originally two cottages with the adjacent village bakery. We understand it dates back to the 1750s and is a mixture of brick, stone and cob elevations under a thatched roof. In more recent times, an extension was added to the side of brick elevations under a tiled roof giving a superb study and kitchen on the ground floor with marvellous extra bedroom on the first floor. The property has the benefit of an oil fired central heating system and the internal accommodation has great charm and also flexibility.

There is a front door with steps down to the village road but the main point of access is along a path in the side garden leading round to the rear of the house. Here there is a good sized garden laid mainly to lawn with flower beds and shrubs and there is a useful garden shed, greenhouse and thatched store room. At the far end with access from the adjacent lane there is a garage/store room.

LOCATION: Yew Tree Cottage is located near to the centre of the popular village of Broad Chalke. The village has excellent facilities including a first class primary school, a recreation ground, village hall, church, public house and the well known Hub. This is a mixture of community run village shop as well as meeting place and United Reform church services are also still held there. There is also a well attended Church of England church. There is a good bus service running to Broad Chalke between Shaftesbury some ten miles to the west and Salisbury some eight miles to the east. Here there are further good facilities including a main line railway station a good further choice of schools, shops and supermarkets and leisure facilities including a cinema and playhouse. Broad Chalke is also within easy reach of golf courses at High Post, South Wilts and Tollard Royal. There is racing at the well known Salisbury Racecourse and there is fishing available on the nearby Rivers Ebble, Nadder and Wylye.

RECEPTION HALL: 3.25m x 2.49m (10' 7" x 8' 2") With original fireplace, stairs leading off with cupboard below and additional cupboards for coats, etc.

CLOAKROOM: With WC and wash hand basin.

SITTING ROOM: 4.67m x 3.68m (15' 3" x 12' 0") With inglenook fireplace with fitted log burning stove, attractive bay window with fitted window seat, two radiators and television aerial point.

REAR LOBBY: With door to garden.

DINING ROOM: 4.83m x 3.65m (15' 10" x 11' 11") With fitted log burning stove with tiled hearth, two radiators and shelving.

BREAKFAST ROOM: 4.89m x 3.06m (16' 0" x 10' 0") With fitted cupboards, radiator, corner cupboard with the electrics, further storage cupboard, built in seat and Camray oil fired boiler for domestic hot water and central heating.

KITCHEN: 5.01m x 3.60m (16' 5" x 11' 9") With double bowl sink unit, drawers and cupboards below, plumbing and drainage for washing machine, fitted base units, electric cooker point, wall cupboards, radiator, larder unit, further storage cupboard and stable door to garden.

STUDY: 4.80m x 3.57m (15' 8" x 11' 8") With fitted shelving, bay window and door to garden.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING: With two radiators, extensive fitted wardrobes, airing cupboard with lagged hot water tank and immersion heater and fitted wash hand basin.

BEDROOM 1: 5.25m x 3.85m (17' 2" x 12' 7") With access to loft, radiator and door to side garden.

BEDROOM 2: 4.97m x 3.23m (16' 3" x 10' 7") (Maximum dimensions) With radiator, wash hand basin, door to bedroom 3/store room.

BEDROOM 3/STORE ROOM: 6.99m x 3.64m (22' 11" x 11' 11")

BEDROOM 4: 3.54m x 2.53m (11' 7" x 8' 3") With radiator.

BEDROOM 5: 2.63m x 2.34m (8' 7" x 7' 8") With cupboard and radiator with main access to loft.

BATHROOM: With panelled bath, wash hand basin, WC and part tiled walls.

OUTSIDE: There are steps leading up from the village road to the front door with bank to either side. There is an attractive ornamental area of garden to the side with lawn, flower beds and back path leading to the rear of the house. Here there is a paved patio area leading round the side of the house and at the far end there is a greenhouse, a large and useful storage shed and the former thatched outside WC used for storing garden tools and equipment. There is a triangular shaped area of garden facing south laid to lawn with flower beds, mature apple trees, shrubs and lovely views over the surrounding countryside. With access from the side lane there is a garage capable of housing two cars. It also has a long and wide overhead storage space to the side and there is a garden gate at the far end of the garden giving access to this.

SERVICES: Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Drainage is to a double septic tank.

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