The Stable, South Street, Wilton, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Sitting room

Kitchen/Dining room

2 Bedrooms

Family bathroom

Communal Garden

Gated community

Transformed from a derelict building into a stylish contemporary cottage-style home in a gated development, The Stable offers a uniquely characterful and secluded environment, where retained features blend seamlessly with renovated interiors and up-to-date fittings. On the ground floor, there are timber floors and ceilings, along with exposed beams and brickwork, and a signature supporting steel. The accommodation comprises an inviting sitting room and adjacent kitchen/dining room.

The kitchen is fitted with modern, blue cabinetry, topped with wooden work surfaces and features a Belfast sink. There is also space for a table for dining. In the sitting room, which overlooks the courtyard garden, an alcove beside the stairs provides the perfect recess for a desk and there is also a useful, under stairs storage cupboard. On the first floor, an exposed framework of beams decorates the ceiling, and a skylight window allows natural light to flood to the inside. There are two bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and a family bathroom, which features a striking copper bath tub and a separate shower unit.

The quintessential market town of Wilton gave its name to Wiltshire, with a history recorded as spanning more than 2,000 years, and the renowned Wilton Carpets continue to be manufactured there at the site on Minster Road. The Earl of Pembroke's home has recently been featured in popular television shows, Bridgerton and The Crown. The town sits on the banks of the River Wylye and offers a good range of amenities including convenience stores, cafés and public houses, as well as doctors' surgeries and a dental practice. The town also has a weekly market along with a bus service (including a park and ride) linking it to the cathedral city of Salisbury.

Salisbury is a short distance to the east offering a comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and cultural amenities and communications links are excellent with easy access to the A36, A303 and A354, with commuters benefitting from regular services into London and to the West Country. There is a primary school in Wilton, with Salisbury offering numerous additional, well-regarded schools, including Salisbury Cathedral School, Chafyn Grove and Godolphin School, as well as Bishop Wordsworth and South Wilts Grammar Schools.

A paved pathway leads through the part-walled, communal courtyard garden to reach the entrance of the property. The shared gardens are well-designed, with areas of lawn, edged with neat low-level, evergreen hedging and borders are planted with attractive shrubs and perennial plants. A timber pergola provides a corner feature, with paving beneath, offering a sheltered spot to sit and relax outdoors.

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