17 Grange Lane, Warminster, On The Market With A Guide Price Of £520,000

Saturday 11th August 2018:

Savills are marketing 17 Grange Lane, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 9EY, with a guide price of £520,000. They describe this semi-detached property as: "A charming, renovated 17th century cottage in a quiet and private location."

The information provided in Savill's brochure includes:

Dating back to 1652 and originally two farm dwellings, this cottage is an attractive Grade II listed brick and timber cottage under a pantile roof. Over the years it has been sympathetically extended and renovated, most recently to create a kitchen/breakfast room, wet room and utility area, without losing any of its character features.

A welcoming front porch flows into the beamed dining room which has a magnificent inglenook fireplace as its natural centrepiece. Off the dining room is a dual aspect sitting room with a working fireplace and beamed ceiling. There is also a bright galley study with custom-built solid wood book shelving and a beautiful outlook over the back garden.

The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room was added to the property in 2008 using only locally sourced and architecturally appropriate reclaimed materials. This is a light and airy room with fitted units, ample worktop space and a freestanding Rangemaster cooker with gas hob and extractor hood. This room has the added benefit of double doors leading out to the south facing terrace and garden, perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining. The utility room houses a recently installed and annually serviced Worcester combi boiler and gives access to the downstairs wet room with shower. The entire extension has the benefit of underfloor heating.

The first floor landing provides access to the family bathroom and three bedrooms, one of which is accessed by a separate staircase. The master bedroom is large and features original elm floorboards along with ample storage opportunities. Another staircase leads from the master bedroom to a great attic space that has been used by the current owners as both a fourth double bedroom and an artist's studio.

The cottage is ideally located for those seeking peace. Approached via a no-through-road gravel drive and path which leads through a boxed thuja hedge to the front garden, it sits centrally within grounds which are mainly laid to lawn with borders boasting a fine selection of mature trees and shrubs and a vegetable patch with raised beds. Outbuildings include two good-sized sheds and a separate garage. There is a driveway with parking for three cars.

For further details and to view the property, contact Lizzie Ball at Savills, Rolfes House, 60 Milford Street, Salisbury, SP1 2BP. Telephone 01722 426820.