Middle Woodford, Salisbury
- Charming period cottage
- 4 bedrooms
- 2 reception rooms
- Double garage; off road parking
- Attractive gardens
Property SummaryA charming cottage in a quiet location in the centre of the village near the church.
Entrance hall, coat room, dining hall, sitting room, kitchen, breakfast room, utility/cloakroom, four bedrooms, bathroom, garden, ample parking, double garage.
The origins of Pound Cottage are uncertain however the oldest part of the property is probably four to five hundred years old with the more recent extension and refurbishment carried out about forty years ago. Currently it is a comfortable property which has been occupied by the same family for the last thirty-three years, which in itself is testament to the cottage and Middle Woodford.
Middle Woodford is a very attractive and well known village approximately four miles north of Salisbury in the Avon Valley. In the village itself there is a church and a primary school while in the nearby village of Upper Woodford there is a public house. The Woodford Valley is well known as one of the prettiest in the area and from the cottage there are some wonderful walks over the surrounding countryside. Salisbury is approximately four miles south where there is an excellent range of shopping, education and leisure facilities as well as the mainline railway station with trains to London Waterloo, journey time about ninety minutes. Salisbury also supports a well regarded theatre and a twice weekly market.
A solid wooden front door opens into the:
With doors to the dining hall and:
A very useful room with a hanging rail and a shelf above.
Part of the original house with an attractive exposed beam ceiling and a deep inglenook fireplace with the oil fired boiler in a cupboard to one side. Stairs to the first floor and a wide opening leads to the:
A light room with windows on two sides overlooking the garden. Door to the Breakfast Room.
Fitted with a range of high and low level storage units with a double stainless steel sink unit built in. Spaces for a dish washer and electric cooker. Amtico flooring and an open aspect to the:
Again a light room looking over and with doors to the garden. Amtico flooring.
With some built in cupboards, spaces and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
From the dining hall stairs lead to the first floor landing with the airing cupboard and hatch to the loft space.
A double room overlooking the garden with the River Avon beyond. Range of built in wardrobes.
Fitted with a white bath with shower over, washbasin and WC. Heated towel rail.
With windows on two sides, one of which overlooks the church.
A good single room.
A double room with space for a wardrobe.
To the front of the house is private parking, an area for bins and an outside tap. The double garage (18’3” by 13’4”) has an electric up and over door, a very useful inspection pit and further storage in the roof space. Behind the garage is a further area of parking and the oil tank. To the rear of the property there is an area of terrace nearest the house and a gate which leads out to the lane. Beyond is an area of lawn with established flower beds.
Mains electricity and water are available. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage.
Ofcom.com suggests that maximum speeds of up to 80Mb are available with superfast fibre broadband.
Band G. Charge for 2020/2021 – £3,063.04
By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.
Tel 01722 337575
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Our Reference: 19090.200702