15 November 2017
The popular village of Sixpenny Handley is positioned on the Dorset/Wiltshire border and offers convenient travel links to both Salisbury, Shaftesbury, Blandford and Wimborne. There is a highly regarded First School, a public house, convenience store along with a number of other village amenities.
The property has been sympathetically returned to a family home in recent years having previously been a source of income as well as a home with what is now bedroom 2 having been a gallery and coffee shop.
The cottage offers a wealth of character with low ceilings with beams, feature fire places and thick brick, flint and cobb walls.
A particular feature is the open plan country style kitchen with a good range of built in floor and wall mounted units, a breakfast bar area and ample space for a dining room table. Adjacent is the generous living room with a wood burning stove set in a feature fire place.
Also located on the ground floor is a useful utility area, a family size bathroom and bedroom 2 which is an expansive l-shaped room, with great versatility to be used as a part of a self-contained annexe should the need arise.
The first floor has an impressive dual aspect master bedroom, a further bedroom of double proportions and a separate shower room.
Externally there is an attached larger than average single garage to the rear of the cottage along with an adjacent parking space.
Beyond the garage and parking area is a generously proportioned raised garden area which is predominantly designed with ease of maintenance in mind, it enjoys good privacy and a sunny aspect.
If you are seeking quintessential village living Priced at £275,000 then internal inspection of this rare and versatile period cottage is recommended through Goadsby Estate Agents, Salisbury on 01722 323444.
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