Coombe Cottage, Wylye Road, Hanging Langford, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
Drawing room, Dining room

Family room, Kitchen/breakfast room

Utility, Study, Gym

Family bathroom,

Principal bedroom with en-suite shower room

4 Further bedrooms (1 en-suite)

Garage, Off street parking

Shed, Landcaped garden

Swimming pool

With attractive, white-washed elevations, with red-brick edging decorating the rear facade, Coombe Cottage, believed to date back to 1815, also offers period features including exposed beams and vintage fireplaces, combined with modern interior styling to create a home ideally suited to contemporary living. Presented in very good order and enjoying a south-facing aspect, the two reception rooms, comprise a comfortable drawing room centred around a feature fireplace with wood burner and a formal dining room with two fireplaces (both blocked off) at either end of this perfect entertaining space. A door from the dining room links through to the kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with modern wall and base level cabinetry topped with granite work surfaces and a green oil fired AGA stove is backed by complementary splashback tiling. With an open access, the adjoining family room offers a sociable setting with a relaxed seating area and dining alongside, with double doors to the garden creating a seamless transition from the inside environment to the terrace. Ancillary space is provided by a utility room and, along with a study, gym and well-appointed family bathroom, completes the accommodation on the ground floor. On the first floor, there are five bedrooms, with the principal room and second bedroom enjoying additional natural light from skylight windows and access to en-suite facilities, along with useful eaves storage.

The picturesque village of Hanging Langford is situated in the heart of the Wylye Valley. Nearby, Wylye has a post office, a village hall and a local pub, whilst Codford provides a doctor's surgery, garage and filling station, supermarket, school, playgroup, theatre, village hall and sports field. Salisbury is approximately 10 miles away, and offers an excellent range of shopping, leisure and cultural facilities. There are excellent road links to the A303, which is less than 2 miles away and joins the M3 to London and for commuters, train services are provided at Salisbury and Warminster for journeys to London Waterloo. The local area provides many opportunities for walking, riding and cycling, including walks along the River Wylye and the beautiful Langford Lakes Nature Reserve.

Well-regarded schools in the vicinity include primary schools in nearby villages and Salisbury retains Grammar schools for both boys and girls; for independent schools choices include Warminster, Dauntseys, Port Regis and in Salisbury the Cathedral School, Godolphin, Leehurst Swan and Chafyn Grove.

Fragrant, climbing plants adorn the front elevation of the home and planting features to either side of the attractive entrance porch, which features decorative trim. The rear garden is especially noteworthy with the design offering a series of outdoor 'rooms', manicured evergreen hedging, deep borders filled with a pleasing variety of perennial plants and shrubs, along with gravelled walkways, which meander through the grounds. There is paved terracing adjoining the rear of the home offering opportunities for outdoor dining and relaxation, and paving surrounding the heated outdoor pool. Beyond the garden boundaries, far reaching vistas can be enjoyed over the undulating landscape of the Wylye Valley.

01722 239656

Strutt & Parker - Salisbury

41 Milford Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2BP

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