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Chitterne, Warminster

Wiltshire
25 Jun 2014

Savills - Salisbury
Address of property to sell:
Pitts Cottage, 34 Pitts Lane, Chitterne, Warminster
BA12 0LQ
Telephone: +44 (0) 1722 426 800
£250,000

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Description

An enchanting period cottage in quiet village location.

Location

Chitterne is a small village nestled within Salisbury Plain, surrounded by open countryside and rolling downland. The village benefits from a Church, a public house and village hall which creates an active and friendly community. Local facilities can be found in the nearby villages of Shrewton and Codford with more extensive amenities available within easy reach in the larger centres of Salisbury, Bath and Devizes. Regular train services are available from Westbury (13 miles) which travels to London Paddington and the A303 is about 7 miles away which provides excellent links to the West Courntry and the M3 and London. There are a number of outstanding schools both state and private within easy reach. The area provides excellent sporting and recreational facilities nearby and fishing on the Rivers Wylye and Avon, racing at Wincanton, Bath and Salisbury. The area also offers walking and riding on the numerous paths and bridleways.
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Further Information

The original cottage dates from 1870 is constructed of brick and flint under a slate roof and has been extended at a later date, to provide the kitchen and bathroom. The kitchen has fitted units and an electric oven with hob and a fridge. A stable door leads from the kitchen to a small lobby area to the front door of the property. Next door to the kitchen is the bathroom and a boiler cupboard with shelves for storage. Off the kitchen is the charming sitting room with ceiling beams, a wood burner and French doors onto the garden. Stairs lead from the sitting room upstairs to two bedrooms, one double room and one single room with built in cupboards.

Outside
The pretty cottage garden is mainly laid to lawn. There are herbaceous borders with established planting and the garden is enclosed by mixed hedging. To the rear of the property is an outside lean to' for storage as well as a wooden shed.

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