South Street, Great Wishford

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A delightful Grade II listed, three bedroom thatched cottage full of character and with period features throughout, immaculate garden, off-road parking and a garage.

The Property

Presented in the most wonderful condition, Evergreen Cottage is an exquisite three bedroom grade II listed thatched cottage set in the heart of the highly sought after village of Great Wishford. The current owners have meticulously maintained this amazing cottage which offers surprisingly light and spacious accommodation. The exterior has recently undergone a program of redecorating and the thatch looks wonderful.

The large front hall doubles as a dining room with beautiful period beams on the ceiling and leads through to a country kitchen to the rear of the property which has the benefit of a utility room. A large but cosy sitting room also has feature timber beams and a large inglenook fireplace. The cottage has a warm and sunny disposition and the garden/sun room is often bathed in light and has double French doors leading to the garden. The kitchen is right next door and has pretty

country cabinetry with feature timber beams to the ceiling, there is plenty of above and below counter storage and easily enough space for a kitchen table. A WC completes the ground floor.

Upstairs there are three lovely bedrooms, the principal of which has plenty of fitted storage and a lovely view out over the gardens. There is one well appointed family bathroom.


A pretty front garden dresses the face of house and adds to its period chocolate box charm, a rambling rose climbs up the front of the property across the wonderful vernaculars of Chilmark stone, flint and chalkstone. There is off road parking to the side of the property leading up to a single garage. The private rear cottage garden is a real feature, it is meticulously maintained and includes two lawned areas, a paved terrace and well stocked mature beds.


Great Wishford is a well served village, with a good range of facilities approximately 6 miles north-west of Salisbury in the well known Wylye Valley. In the village itself there is a public house, school and church, with another public house in nearby Stoford.

Close by, Salisbury boasts a well-thought of Playhouse and twice-weekly charter market, with a plethora of restaurants, shopping, and leisure facilities. There is a number of primary and secondary schools, both private and state, including boys and girls grammar schools. Salisbury has excellent road links to London and the West Country, Southampton and Bournemouth, and provides direct trains to London Waterloo, Bristol and Bath from Salisbury mainline railway station.

Services - All mains services are connected. Ofcom suggests broadband speeds of 53 mbps.

01722 238120

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