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  • Bedrooms: 3
DESCRIPTION: This charming cottage dates back to the 18th century and is Grade II listed as it is of architectural and historic interest. The cottage was built of brick with timber frame elevations under a thatched roof and was extended to the side adding on a lovely morning room with views over the garden. The cottage has the benefit of electric night storage heating and partial secondary double glazing. The accommodation in brief comprises: Reception hall, sitting room, dining room, wet room, morning room, kitchen and utility on the ground floor. On the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms approached through two different staircases, one from the dining room and one from the sitting room.

The cottage is set in a delightful rectangular shaped garden with double garage to the rear with ample parking and turning and lovely areas of lawn with mature flower beds, shrubs, roses and trees. In the garden there is also a former aviary and there are lovely views over open fields behind.

LOCATION: Charlton All Saints is a very charming village located between Salisbury and Downton on the banks of the River Avon. There are lovely walks in the immediate vicinity and the village has its own church and hall. The town of Downton is some three miles to the south with its good local facilities including schools and there is a regular bus service along the main road. Salisbury has a further good variety of facilities including the famous Cathedral Close and the Market Square as well as a good choice of shops and supermarkets. There is also a wide variety of schools and a main line railway station with services to London Waterloo. The south coast and New Forest are also within easy reach of this lovely property.

RECEPTION HALL: With night storage heater, tiled floor, telephone point and wall light.

WET ROOM: With large walk in shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC, heated towel rail, extractor fan, cabinet with mirror and tiled floor.

SITTING ROOM: 4.53m x 3.65m (14' 10" x 11' 11") With inglenook fireplace with fitted log burning stove, stairs leading off to first floor, night storage heater, television aerial point, two wall lights and airing cupboard with lagged hot water tank and immersion heater.

DINING ROOM: 4.19m x 3.09m (13' 8" x 10' 1") With inglenook fireplace, night storage heater, door to garden, three wall lights and stairs leading off to first floor.

KITCHEN: 4.46m x 2.70m (14' 7" x 8' 10") With single drainer sink unit, drawers and cupboards below, good range of base and drawer units, fitted Kenwood oven with microwave, fitted hob and extractor, fitted wall cupboards, larder cupboards, tiled floor, part tiled walls and access to loft.

UTILITY ROOM: With plumbing and drainage for washing machine, fitted shelving, tiled floor and water softener.

MORNING ROOM: 3.79m x 2.62m (12' 5" x 8' 7") A most attractive room with vaulted ceiling, doors to leading out to the rear garden, tiled floor and three wall lights.


BEDROOM 1: 4.39m x 2.87m (14' 4" x 9' 4") With double wardrobe and night storage heater.

BEDROOM 2: 4.44m x 2.98m (14' 6" x 9' 9") With wall light.

BEDROOM 3: 4.47m x 3.46m (14' 7" x 11' 4") With wash hand basin with fitted cupboards, access to loft, telephone point, night storage heater and two wall lights.

OUTSIDE: The cottage is located gable end onto the road and there is a five bar gate leading through to the drive and from there to the DOUBLE GARAGE, each garage measuring 5.60m x 2.69m (18' 4" x 8' 9"). Both garages have up and over doors, power and light and one has access to the storage loft over. There are areas of lawn to the side of the cottage and also the side of the garage with mature trees and shrubs, roses and abundant bulbs. There are two outside taps and a former aviary in the back garden.

SERVICES: Mains water and electricity are connected to the property and drainage is to septic tank.

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McKillop & Gregory - Salisbury

44 Castle Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 3TS

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