High Street, Porton


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  • Bedrooms: 2
A charming, semi-detached, Grade II listed cottage with a wealth of original features, in the older part of this popular village.

Entrance area, kitchen, living/dining room, two bedrooms, bathroom. Garden, studio, store and off-street parking.

Dating back to the 1750 s, Ti Trees 1 is a semi-detached, Grade II Listed cottage which was totally refurbished a few years ago, whilst remaining sympathetic to its original features and character. The property is spacious and stylish with good ceiling heights and great care was taken to retain the many period features including the exposed wall and ceiling beams, some very interesting period doors, an inglenook brick fireplace etc, and mixed this with modern, contemporary fittings in both the kitchen and bathroom. As part of the refurbishment the cottage was re-thatched and to the rear is a good size garden a useful studio and separate garden store with an area of off-street parking.

Porton is a popular and thriving village that is well served with a village shop and post office, two churches, a primary school, a doctors surgery with dispensary, garden centre and hairdresser. It is well placed for access to the A303 which gives access to both London and the West Country. The Cathedral city of Salisbury is approximately 5 miles south where there is an excellent range of shopping, educational, leisure and cultural facilities as well as the mainline station with trains to London, journey time approximately 90 minutes. Salisbury also supports a well thought of Playhouse and twice weekly market.

The front of the house is approached from a gravelled driveway and the original timber front door opens into the:-


The ground floor to Ti Trees 1 is essentially open-plan and this area provides space for furniture and has the original oak staircase (with space for coat hooks on the lower landing) leading to the first floor. Understairs storage cupboard, an uplighter and an opening to the:-


Stylishly fitted with an excellent range of oak fronted high and low level storage units with a granite tiled worktop (and splashbacks) which incorporates a 1 bowl ceramic butler style sink and drainer unit with chrome mixer tap. There is a dual fuel, range style cooker (with extractor hood over), space and plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher and space for a tall fridge/freezer. A cupboard conceals the Worcester gas fired condenser boiler that provides central heating and hot water for the property. The kitchen is finished with a natural limestone tiled floor and chrome halogen ceiling spotlights. The window above the kitchen sink looks out onto the rear garden.

From the entrance area another opening leads through to the:-


Of generous proportions, this room has a large inglenook brick fireplace with a Stovax 8 log burner set upon an original brick hearth, to the side of the log burner there is a decorative opening which was a former bread oven. There are double glazed French doors that open out onto the rear garden, stylish contemporary radiators and the lighting is provided by two wall light points in the main living area and recessed ceiling spotlights over the dining area. There is a slim-line cupboard housing the electrical control board and offering some storage.

From the entrance area the original staircase leads by way of a half turn to the:-


This has ample space for pieces of furniture, or a desk, there are two wall uplighters and a contemporary column radiator.


A spacious room with windows on three sides. Covering the full depth of the property with some exposed wall beams and slightly sloping ceilings, central spotlight unit and encased radiator. Bespoke built in wardrobes.


Accessed through a charming, original, 3/4 height timber door, this is another good sized room with exposed wall and ceiling beams and a window overlooking the garden. There is a wall uplighter and encased radiator.


Very cleverly fitted with a contemporary white suite of deep bath with shower over, folding shower screen, low level WC, basin with mixer taps and storage cupboard under. Attractive, white mosaic tiling, natural wooden flooring and wall mounted, full height ladder style heated towel rail. There is an interesting triangular window, a hatch to loft space and exposed beams.


The garden is accessed from the living room (or via a gate from the parking area), French doors open onto a sheltered patio with flint retaining walls, a small water feature and flower beds. Steps lead up to an area of lawn that is also edged with well-stocked flower beds and some ornamental trees. A gravel path leads to the detached studio and garden store and a gate opens to the off-street parking area. Outside tap.


A useful timber building divided into two rooms, both with electric light and power. A gym/store (12 7 x 11 ) with a window, double glazed doors to the garden and wooden double doors to the parking area. This would make an excellent office or studio. A garden store (11 x 6 3 ) used for garden machinery.


Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available.


BT.com suggests that maximum speeds of 50Mb are available with Superfast Fibre broadband through BT.


Band D. Charge for 2019/2020 is £1,781.53.




By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2PD.

Tel 01722 337575


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Reference: 17401.1800519

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