Listed family home in Heytesbury

Listed family home in Heytesbury

Three Chimneys is a charming Grade II listed cottage in the sought after Wylye Valley village of Heytesbury.

Originally two cottages, the property has been sympathetically and generously restored and extended to a very high standard. Features including beautiful wooden staircases, floors and handrails have all been retained, with the original beams being stripped back.

The entrance hall leads to the reception rooms, which all have working fires, and there is a feature gallery over the sitting room with reclaimed timbers.

The bespoke kitchen/breakfast room gives access onto the wonderful south facing garden.

On the first floor there is a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is also a large attic room, used as a fifth bedroom.

There is ample parking and turning space to the front of the house and a double garage which is connected via an oak walkway leading to the front door. A path leads to a productive vegetable garden to the side of the house.

The main garden lies to the south of the property, with a stone terrace and decked area which leads onto a large lawn with surrounding borders containing a wonderful variety of shrubs and trees. It has been well tended for many years and creates an idyllic south facing cottage garden.

Patrick Brady, head of residential at Savills Salisbury, said: “Situated on the edge of a popular Wiltshire village, Three Chimneys is an archetypal chocolate box cottage with spacious accommodation fit for a grand country house.”

Three Chimneys is being marketed by Savills for a guide price of £1,250,000.

For more information, contact Savills Salisbury on 01722 426820.

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Posted on

29 August 2019

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