Lower Road, Quidhampton Video Tour


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  • Bedrooms: 4
** WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR** Escape from the hustle & bustle to this Grade II listed picture perfect four bedroom & four reception room period cottage. It dates back to the early 18th Century and enjoys a host of original features including the inglenook fire place in the sitting room, original fire places in the dining room and bedroom and beautiful exposed beams in the top bedrooms with vaulted ceilings. The current owners have looked after the property with an exceptional level of care and have improved the property with the cellar conversion creating the additional snug/fourth reception room and have planning granted for a kitchen extension.

Entrance Lobby

Original timber door leads into the lobby where you have doors leading to the sitting room on your left and the drawing room on your right. Stairs then gently rise to the first floor landing.

Sitting Room

14' 0'' x 13' 7'' and extends to 16.11ft(4.26m x 4.14m)

Impressive room with the gas fired wood burner and inglenook fire place with a Bressumer beam. There is plenty of light with dual aspect windows, two to the front and one to the side and the floor is finished in a lovely wood. Door then leads to snug.

Snug/Fourth Reception Room

Walk down the original steps and mind your head as you arrive in the surprisingly spacious snug (cellar conversion). This room is perfect for when you need that all important quiet time or perhaps a wine room.


13' 0'' x 9' 0'' (3.96m x 2.74m)

Windows overlooking the landscaped gardens and a kitchen comprising of the matching high and low level units, beech worktop with tiled splashback and an insert Belfast sink. There is a five ring range-style cooker with chimney style extractor hood, wood effect flooring throughout, space for fridge and an integrated dishwasher. Doors then lead through to the boot room and the breakfast room.

Boot Room

10' 9'' x 8' 6'' max (3.27m x 2.59m)

Currently used as the main entrance by the family and the perfect place for all the shoes and coats. The gas boiler is wall hung and then there is a door through to the Cloakroom/Utility Room. Door then leads out to the side to the drive way.


Window to the side and space and plumbing for the washing machine and tumble dryer.

Breakfast Room

12' 3'' x 7' 6'' (3.73m x 2.28m)

Great family room that really offers the wow factor with the fitted bench seat around the table, vaulted ceiling, Velux window, period pine doors/shutters before the double doors which in turn leads to the garden and the Victorian-style wall panelling.

Drawing Room

13' 11'' x 12' 11'' (4.24m x 3.93m)

Lovely light room with two windows to the front and an open fireplace with pine surround and slate hearth in the corner acting as the main focal point. There is a recessed oak shelving unit which adds to the calmness and character of the room.

First Floor Landing

With windows at the top of the stairs and to the front there is plenty of light and doors lead off to the master bedroom, bedroom two, family bathroom and the airing cupboard. Stairs then lead up to the second floor.

Master Bedroom

14' 6'' x 12' 3'' (4.42m x 3.73m)

Large double bedroom with two windows to the front aspect, built in wardrobe and an open fireplace with cast iron surround.

Bedroom Two

14' 0'' x 9' 2'' (4.26m x 2.79m)

Two windows to the front and built in wardrobe.

Family Bathroom

Lovely room with original wood flooring, a window to the rear and a bathroom suite comprising of the bath with rain fall shower and separate attachment with a mains mixer and shower screen. Modern sink with vanity unit beneath and a WC.

Bedroom Three

14' 3'' x 7' 0'' (4.34m x 2.13m) Measurements taken from 3ft. (sloping ceilings).

Beautiful room with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams. Velux window opens out to the rear.

Bedroom Four

11' 10'' x 7' 0'' (3.60m x 2.13m) Measurements taken from 3ft. (sloping ceilings)

Equally beautiful with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and a Velux window to the rear.


To the front of the property is a red brick wall with picket fence with a gate opening into a small garden full of mature shrubs and roses. The shared driveway leads you to parking to the side where there is a gate to the garden and door into the boot room. The rear garden really must be seen to appreciate the love and care that has been applied here to create the stunning space. To the immediate rear is the entertaining patio, perfect for alfresco dining in the summer months. Steps then rise to the raised lawn area with a range of bordering mature perennial and annual plants together with a useful vegetable patch. A garden shed will also be included in the sale.


Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating with radiators.


Quidhampton is a small village just west of Salisbury and about two miles from the centre of the city, where there is an excellent range of shopping, leisure, cultural and educational facilities, as well as the main line station to London Waterloo which is just a 5 minutes drive away (90 minutes commute). Also closer to hand is the market town of Wilton with a good range of day to day facilities. Quidhampton itself has a village hall, public house and a regular bus service to Salisbury.

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Oliver Chandler

62 Castle Street, Salisbury

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