A pretty thatched cottage in a peaceful and tranquil village location
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This charming semi-detached period property is thought to be one of the oldest houses in the village and benefits from not being Listed. Ingle Nook is presented beautifully with immaculate accommodation arranged over two floors with charming features including exposed beams and brickwork, latch doors and window shutters. A thatched entrance porch opens into the delightful sitting room offering light and spacious living accommodation with a feature fireplace and wood-burning stove. From here, the elegantly presented study area, with under stairs cupboard, leads through into the country-style kitchen complete with a butlers sink, central island and integrated appliances.
The adjoining garden/dining room, which is bathed in natural light from the large windows and French doors to the garden, has space for a good-sized table and an informal seating area. A downstairs cloakroom and a superb utility/larder room completes the ground floor accommodation.
To the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, the principal bedroom has a large cupboard, and there is also a dressing room, which has been fitted out with an array of wardrobes. The beautifully finished family bathroom, complete with shutters on the windows, has a roll-top bath with shower over, as well as a large walk-in separate shower and vanity unit. All rooms are immaculately presented with an imaginative use of space throughout for additional storage. The loft is also fully boarded with a drop down ladder, offering additional storage, with good head height.
This property is approached via a gravel driveway where there is side pedestrian access to the garden. To the rear, there is a generous paved terrace, ideal for entertaining or al fresco dining, which leads off the garden/dining room. The enchanting garden is simply idyllic, with rambling roses, softly fragranced wisteria and mature trees along the boundaries. The garden commands countryside views over the level lawn and a pergola covered walkway, leads to a further seating area and a sizeable garden store and additional shed at the rear of the garden. The garden is a delightful and peaceful sanctuary.
The popular village of Hanging Langford is located in the heart of the Wylye Valley. The attractive period houses in the village are well-positioned to enjoy an abundance of countryside walks on the doorstep where birds and wildlife can be seen at the local Langford Lakes Nature Reserve; a real wildlife haven. Nearby Grovely Wood is an ancient woodland offering miles of walking, riding and exploring opportunities.
Set in an idyllic position, Hanging Langford remains conveniently situated. The local village hall offers social events and classes and the nearby village of Wylye provides a village shop and post office. In Steeple Langford there is also a good pub. There is a wide range of recreational and shopping facilities in Salisbury as well as private and state schools, including Bishop Wordsworth and South Wiltshire for Girls along with excellent primary schools in the valley.
The A303 gives access to London and the motorway network while Salisbury station has a direct train link to London Waterloo. Warminster has a mainline station and other services, along with a popular school.
Leaving Salisbury in a westerly direction on the A36 towards Wilton, take the second exit at the roundabout upon approaching Wilton. Continue on the A36 for 7 miles and then turn left onto Salisbury Road. Turn left onto Duck Street and then right at the T junction onto Wylye Road. Ingle Nook is the second to last house on the right-hand side.Read all
- Entrance porch
- Sitting room with wood-burner
- Garden/dining room
- Study area
- Downstairs cloakroom
- 2 Double bedrooms
- Dressing room
- Family bathroom
- Established garden
- Off-street parking