The Poplars, High Street, Codford, Warminster, Wiltshire
£985,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
Reception hall, Drawing room

Sitting room, Snug

Family room, Garden room

Dining room, 2 Kitchens

Utility, 2 Cloakrooms

5 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms & Shower room

Attic room, Workshop, Garage, Potting shed

Greenhouse, Established gardens

Set in approximately 1 acre

Marketed for the first time in 50 years, The Poplars is an impressive Grade II Listed house set in the heart of the village of Codford. Dating back to the 17th Century, the house now provides more than 4,000 sq ft of accommodation, including a potential self-contained annexe. The property has a wonderful elegance to it with numerous, original details and scope for modernisation and improvement throughout.

The main body of the house has four ground floor reception rooms, including the 26ft drawing room with its high ceiling, fireplace and French doors opening onto the garden. There is also a comfortable snug, sitting room, dining room and a garden room. The kitchen has terracotta floor tiles, an AGA and space for the necessary appliances with a walk in larder. Also on the ground floor is the potential self-contained annexe, utilising the family room, a kitchen and a bathroom. It has its own entrance, or be incorporated into the main house if required.

The first floor has five double bedrooms with a spacious principal bedroom, with a washbasin and space to create an en-suite bathroom if desired. There is also has a family bathroom, shower room and a separate WC.

The property is located in the heart of the beautiful Wylye Valley. Codford provides a range of facilities - a doctors surgery, garage and filling station, primary school, supermarket, theatre, village hall and sports field. Warminster provides further amenities including a Waitrose and a mainline station. Salisbury has an excellent range of shopping, leisure and cultural facilities. There are road links to the A303, joining the M3 to London. Train services are provided at Salisbury (London Waterloo).

The local area provides many opportunities for outdoor pursuits - walking, riding, fishing and shooting. There are primary schools in local villages and Salisbury retains Grammar schools for boys and girls. Local public schools include Warminster, Dauntseys and Port Regis and in Salisbury Chafyn Grove, Cathedral School and Godolphin. Marlborough, St Mary's Calne, Bryanston, Sherborne and Bath are all accessible.

To the front, the property has a gate and a short path leading to the portico entrance. Here there is a sheltered porch giving access to the impressive front door which has an ornate fan light above it. Access for vehicles is to the side of the house, where a driveway leads to a generous area of off street parking and to the detached double garage. The gardens lie to the rear and side of the property with impressive lawns with flowerbeds, fruit cages, an orchard, former vegetable plot, an impressive arbour and wooded areas running down to Chitterne Brook. There is a charming period glass house (in need of some repair), a former grass tennis court, workshop, wood store and storage shed. The property sits in approximately 1 acre of land.

01722 239656

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41 Milford Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2BP

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