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Swallowcliffe, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3

Guide price £575,000

Under offer

2 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: SHA130141

A delightful stone cottage in the centre of a popular Nadder valley


  • Sitting Room
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • Two first floor Bedrooms
  • En-suite Shower Room
  • Family Bathroom
  • Gardens
  • Garage
  • Car Parking


Bought as new in 2007 by the current owner, Mulberry Cottage is a pretty stone cottage under a slate roof positioned close to the centre of this popular Nadder valley village with gardens backing on to open land behind. The accommodation is sensibly configured with excellent ceiling heights, is light and bright with a nicely proportioned sitting room with french windows providing access to the gardens and has a well fitted kitchen. Subject to planning, the garage could be incorporated into the accommodation. Attributes worthy of note include an efficient pressurized water system, oil central heating, and an attractive open fireplace with wood burner in the sitting room. The property is approached off the lane through a timber gate on to a tarmac car parking and turning area, adjoining which is the integral garage. The garden lies to the front, side and to the rear. At the front it is principally to lawn flanked by colourful flower and shrub borders. At the rear there is some attractive gravel terrace accessed via French windows in the sitting room and doorway from the kitchen. The rear garden is principally to lawn with attractive raised flower and shrub borders adjoining the terrace bordered by post and rail fencing to paddocks beyond. Swallowcliffe is a popular village in the heart of the Nadder Valley. There is a church and a village hall, while nearby Tisbury has a good range of everyday facilities with shops and banks and hotels as well as a mainline railway station (London Waterloo). For a wider range of facilities there is the Saxon hill top town of Shaftesbury to the west and the cathedral city of Salisbury to the east. The A303 lies some 6 miles to the North giving fast access to the South West and London via the M3.