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A detached cottage in a very rare and exceptional location, away from other properties and overlooking farmland and woodland to all sides. ** THREE BEDROOMS ** DOUBLE GARAGE WITH STUDIO ABOVE & PARKING ** NO ONWARD CHAIN **
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From Salisbury take the A338 Downton Road. At the traffic lights in Downton turn left, proceed through the village and up the hill. At the top of the hill as you enter Redlynch, turn left into Muddyford Road and continue along here until Cliff Cottage can be seen on the left hand side being the last property in the road.
It is very, very rare that properties turn up in such a fabulous location, set in a good sized garden and overlooking open fields to front and rear and with wonderful views all round. The cottage itself was built in 1912 as a woodman's cottage and later taken over by the village cobbler. It has been extended and now consists of an entrance hall, large kitchen/dining room, sitting room, cloakroom, utility room, bathroom and three bedrooms (bedrooms 1 and 3 are currently knocked into one room). There is a large double garage with studio above and a parking space to the side of the property. Central heating is provided by oil fired boiler to radiators and the windows are double glazed. If you are looking for a rural property with fabulous outlook and seclusion, this could well be the one for you.
The accommodation is arranged as follows, all measurements being approximate:
Tiled floor, stairs to first floor, tiled hearth with woodburning stove.
5.27m x 4.68m (17'3" x 15'4") Large bay window/sun area, double aspect room, brick fireplace with tiled hearth and inset woodburning stove, coved ceiling.
Tiled walls, low level WC, wash-hand basin with cupboard below, wall mounted cupboard, tiled floor.
Ample appliance space, tiled floor.
5.27m x 4.85m (17'3" x 15'10") Extensive range of work surfaces with base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers, space for range style cooker, space and plumbing for washing machine, further appliance space, ceiling beams, tiled floor, Stanley range for cooking and heating.
2.24m x 1.17m (7'4" x 3'10") Door to garden.
First floor - landing
Shelved airing cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder and immersion heater. Hatch to loft space.
4.78m x 3.45m (15'8" x 11'3") Door to external raised deck area, built-in wardrobe, wash-hand basin in vanity unit, shaver socket, part tiled walls.
3.66m x 1.83m (12'0" x 6'0") Built-in wardrobe.
These two bedrooms are currently knocked together to form one large master bedroom.
4.56m x 3.18m (14'11" x 10'5") Two double built-in wardrobes with dressing table between.
Panelled bath with shower attachment and mixer tap, low level WC, wash-hand basin and corner shower cubicle with thermostatic shower. Tiled walls, timber floor.
6.29m x 5.47m (20'7" x 17'11") Electric up and over door, power and light.
Studio room above
6.29m x 5.47m (20'7" x 17'11") Window to front elevation, double doors to rear garden, power and light.
The cottage sits in a glorious location with outstanding views over open fields to front and rear. To the side of the cottage is a gravelled parking space where a path leads to the front door and continues to the side and rear garden. There is a paved sitting area to the rear with low fence and a view over woodland. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with extensive flowerbeds and fruit trees, shrubs, trees and hedging. There is a compost area in the corner. From the top of the garden there is a view of the cathedral spire.
Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating.
The Council Tax Band is ‘E’ and the payment for the year 2020/2021 payable to Wiltshire Council is £2,369.39.