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High Street, Hindon, Salisbury, SP3

Guide price £595,000

Under offer

3 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: DOR160098

A handsome Grade II listed village house with elegant accommodation and annexe


  • Sitting Room
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Cellar
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • One Bedroom Annexe with scope to extend
  • Garage
  • Car Parking
  • Gardens with private walled garden


Fronting onto Hindon High Street, Prospect is a fine Grade II listed detached house with a dressed stone faade with sash windows under a clay tiled roof; it has been imaginatively extended in recent years, which has significantly enhanced the accommodation. Rather unusually for Hindon, the property has a gravelled car parking area to the side adjoining the garage (which subject to consents) could be incorporated to enlarge the annexe. The accommodation is sensibly configured with a light elegant sitting room with two open fireplaces and adjoining dining room; the recent extension has resulted in a light kitchen/breakfast room with an Everhot cooker and two well fitted bathrooms at first floor level. In addition, there is a useful annexe at the rear providing ancillary accommodation. Prospect is set back from the High Street and has the benefit of gravelled car parking adjoining which is the garage and annexe. The garden lies principally to the rear and is accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room with steps leading to a large paved terrace. From there further steps lead up to the garden which is principally to lawn with a private walled garden which is paved with an ornamental pond and outside lighting. Hindon is one of the most sought-after villages in the Nadder Valley and lies within the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Prospect lies close to the centre of the village which has a good range of facilities including a Church, primary school, doctors' surgery, Community run shop/Post Office and two old coaching houses. Nearby Tisbury has a wider range of shops as well as a mainline railway station (London Waterloo) while the Cathedral City of Salisbury caters for more sophisticated requirements. There is a regular train service to London Waterloo from Tisbury and Salisbury and the A303 lies some two miles to the north, giving access to the South West and London, via the M3.