Church Cottages, Steeple Langford, Salisbury

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Bedrooms: 3
A spacious, period, stone cottage, located in a popular village ready for modernisation and improvement.

Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen, dining room, three bedrooms and bathroom. Annexe: kitchenette/shower room, cloakroom and bedroom. Front and rear gardens.

Believed to date back to the middle of the 18th century and built of local stone beneath a tiled roof, this attractive period cottage has been built in the lee of the village church and as such has a delightful outlook. Having been within the same ownership for a number of years the property would now benefit from modernisation and refurbishment the potential to create to a delightful home. There is currently a ground floor studio annexe and it is felt that this could easily be incorporated to form part of the accommodation of the main property if required, subject to the necessary planning consents.

Steeple Langford is an attractive village in the Wylye Valley with a public house, church and The Langford Lakes Nature Reserve very close by. The Anglo Saxon town of Wilton (approximately 7 miles) has a good range of day to day facilities, and the cathedral city of Salisbury (approximately 9 miles) and the city of Warminster (approximately 12 miles) both have an excellent range of further facilities leisure, cultural, educational and shopping. Salisbury also boasts a well-thought of Playhouse and twice-weekly charter market, along with a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). It has recently been voted The Best Place to Live by The Sunday Times.

A tarmac path leads from the road via a timber gate, to the front door. This opens into the:


This is a welcoming space with the stairs to the first floor and space for coats etc. Linoleum tiled floor (that continues into the dining room and to the kitchen) and doors to both the dining room and to the:


Of a good size with two windows overlooking the front garden and the churchyard to the rear. Open fire with an Arts and Craft style fireplace, television point and a door to the:


This has been fitted with worktops incorporating a single bowl, stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above) and white, low level storage units. Space for a free-standing cooker, space for an under-counter fridge, large, useful, pantry cupboard (with the fuse board). Tiled splashbacks, window to the rear, airing cupboard (containing the lagged hot water tank, immersion heater and slatted shelving) and a door to the:


A well-proportioned and light reception room with a large window to the front. Open fire.

Stairs from the entrance hall lead up to the:


Of a good size with space for some items of furniture with exposed wooden floorboards that continue throughout the first floor. Large cupboard (with hanging space, slatted shelving and an electric bar heater), window to the rear, hatch to the loft space (with a pull-down ladder, fully boarded and with an electric light).


The first-floor accommodation is listed in order of viewing, rather than size.


This is a light double bedroom with a window to the front.


A good sized double bedroom with windows overlooking both the front and rear. Access hatch to the loft space.


Fitted with a white suite of panelled bath (with a mixer tap above), wash hand basin and WC. Wall mounted, mirror fronted, medicine cabinet, chrome towel rail, tiled splashbacks, wall mounted Dimplex electric heater, access hatch to the loft space and obscure glazed window to the rear.


Being the principal bedroom, this is a spacious and light double room with a window to the front and a built-in wardrobe.


Accessed from the front garden, a door opens into the:


Fitted with a worktop incorporating an inset butler sink and a coloured suite of tiled shower cubicle and wash hand basin. Wall-mounted mirror, high level cupboard (containing the Heatrae automatic water heater), tiled floor (which continues into both the cloakroom and the bedroom), obscure glazed window to the front and doors to both the bedroom and to the:


Fitted with a coloured, WC. Tiled splashbacks and an obscure glazed window to the front.


A good sized double room with a window overlooking the churchyard to the rear. Built in wardrobe and a cupboard containing the electric meter and fuse board.


Immediately to the front of the property is an area of paved terrace, and beyond this the front garden has been mainly laid to lawn, with raised beds and borders containing a good mix of mature trees, shrubs and flowering plants. The front garden is fully enclosed by timber close-boarded fencing, with an inset timber pedestrian gate leading to the road. The rear garden is again accessed from the road via a timber pedestrian gate and is approximately 50 long. Garden shed and a composting area. This space is enclosed by timber close boarded fencing on two sides and a mix of iron railing, hedging and wall.


Please note that there is a further area of land of just over 0.1 of an acre, accessed from Salisbury Road and fronting onto the River Wylye, is also available for sale. Please contact the office for the details.


Mains electricity, water and drainage are available. Electric night storage heating.

BROADBAND suggest speeds of up to 73Mb are available with their Superfast Fibre broadband.




Band D. Charge for 2020/2021 £1,827.98




By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.

Tel 01722 337575


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Our Reference: 19072.200309

01722 238120

Myddelton & Major

49 High Street, Salisbury

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