Yew Tree Cottage, Wylye Road, Hanging Langford, Salisbury

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Sitting room

Dining room



Principal bedroom

2 Further bedrooms

Family bathroom

Shower room

Garage with loft space



Yew Tree Cottage is an outstanding example of a late 17th Century artisan thatched property. Featuring latch doors, beams, an inglenook fireplace and exposed stonework, this charming home offers elegant, light living space arranged over two floors. With oak flooring to all of the ground floor, the spacious, beamed sitting room

offers dual aspect views with a window seat and an inglenook fireplace with wood-burning stove.

The separate dining room features painted wooden beams and in-built storage created in a former fireplace. The light-filled country style kitchen has beamed ceilings and an exposed brickwork hearth housing a range oven with Shaker-style cabinets, oak worktops, a twin ceramic butler sink and a peninsular breakfast bar. A cloakroom completes the ground floor facilities.

The first floor is accessed via a staircase from the sitting room which leads to the light and spacious landing. The spacious principal bedroom has dual aspect views with deep window sills and exposed timbers, and there are two further light and equally proportioned bedrooms. There is a family bathroom with both bath and shower

facilities and an additional shower room on the first floor.

Hanging Langford is a pretty Wiltshire village in the Wylye Valley, close to Langford Lakes Nature Reserve which offers bird watching and coarse fishing. There is beautiful countryside all around. The nearby villages of Steeple Langford and Wylye provide public houses and a village shop (in Wylye) whilst a further range of day to

day facilities can be found in Codford (4.5 miles) including a primary school, a doctors surgery, garage and filling station, a convenience store, vets, hairdresser/beautian and a highly regarded theatre called The Woolstore.

There are a number of state and independent schools in the area including Port Regis, Hazlegrove, Bryanston, Dauntseys and Sherborne, with further schooling within

Salisbury city centre; Cathedral School, Godolphin, Bishop Wordsworth and South Wilts Grammar Schools.

Salisbury enjoys cultural and retail amenities with bars, restaurants, independent and high street shops as well a weekly market and The Playhouse.

Road and rail communications give easy access to the A303 to London, the M3, M25, and the West Country. Salisbury station offers links to London and beyond.

This delightful cottage is bordered by raised stone flower beds to the front with a thatch covered entrance porch. The property is most commonly accessed via the rear through the south-west facing garden. Here there is a sheltered terrace, perfect for for al fresco dining, and plentiful lawn space with mature trees (including a pretty flowering cherry), established shrubs with planted beds and borders. There is a detached double garage offering some 426 sq. ft with loft space above and there is also driveway parking for at least two cars.

01722 239656

Strutt & Parker - Salisbury

41 Milford Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2BP

See all properties from this agent

Send me homes like this by email

This field is required
Please enter a valid email address