45 Up Street, Upton Lovell, Warminster, Wiltshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Sitting room



2 Bedrooms




EPC rating F

This charming period cottage is set in a highly desirable location surrounded by the stunning countryside of the Wylye Valley. The cottage requires some updating, but offers the potential to be a delightful home, with plenty of character and a splendid garden. There are original features throughout, including in the sitting room with timber beams overhead and an impressive brick-built inglenook fireplace, which is fitted with a woodburning stove. The sitting room is dual aspect, welcoming plenty of natural light to the living space. The ground floor also has the kitchen and the family bathroom, both of which require renovation. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms. The principal bedroom is plumbed in with its own washbasin.

45 Up Street is located in the small village of Upton Lovell in the heart of the Wylye Valley. The village has a local pub, while nearby Heytesbury offers a range of useful amenities, which include a church, shop/post office, primary school and two public houses. Codford provides a further range of facilities - a modern doctors surgery, garage and filling station, supermarket, theatre, village hall and sports field. Warminster is within easy reach, and meets most everyday needs. Both Bath and Salisbury are almost equidistant away and offer an excellent range of shopping, leisure and cultural facilities. There are fast road links to the A303, which is approximately five miles away and joins the M3 to London. Train services are provided at Warminster and Salisbury (London Waterloo) and also nearby Westbury (London Paddington). The local area provides many opportunities for walking, riding and cycling, including walks along the River Wylye and access to Salisbury Plain from the end of the lane. The area offers a wide range of state primary and secondary schooling together with noted independent schools including Bishopstrow College, Warminster, Dauntsey's, Appleford, Springmead, Port Regis, Emmaus, Sandroyd, Salisbury Cathedral School, Chafyn Grove and Godolphin.

A gate opens from the street onto the front garden, which has a pathway leading to the entrance. There is an area of level lawn which is bordered with established shrubs and mature trees, creating a sense of peace and privacy. Towards the rear there is a detached single garage and a storage shed, both of which are accessible from the lane behind the property.

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