Part of the appeal of buying a period home is the excitement of inheriting the history of the building.
In the instance of The Olde Cheese House in Upton Lovell, near Warminster, the owners discovered a hidden message in a bottle, dating back over a hundred years. However, it’s just one of the charms of The Olde Cheese House, which has been brought to market by Savills Salisbury.
This Grade II Listed period cottage, situated in the beautiful Wylye Valley, has been extensively updated and renovated by the current owners
Patrick Brady of Savills Salisbury, who is marketing the property, said: “The Olde Cheese House is a smart and very comfortable home, thanks to the work of the current owners which was completed only this year. The property benefits from a large double garage, a potting shed and a hexagonal summer house, and has a charming lawned and bordered garden with good entertaining and dining space, which takes full advantage of its picturesque location.”
Inside, the ground floor comprises an open plan kitchen and dining area with original beamed ceiling, fitted units and appliances and French doors giving direct access to the rear garden and patio. The well-proportioned sitting room features the magnificent inglenook fireplace.
Upstairs, the property benefits from four bedrooms, a family bathroom, a separate cloakroom, with all the bedrooms enjoying views over the surrounding countryside.
The Olde Cheese House is being marketed at a guide of £425,000. For more information, contact Patrick Brady on 01722 426 820.