Westbury Cottage is an idyllic thatched cottage which dates back to the early 1700s. The house has been sympathetically extended over the years and now provides a house of great period charm blessed with modern comforts.
Of particular note is the beautifully fitted kitchen/breakfast room which has a custom built oak wall and floor cupboards with granite work surfaces, above which is the master bedroom suite with a fantastic vaulted ceiling.
Accommodation comprises: sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, study, cloakroom, master bedroom suite and four further bedrooms plus a family bathroom.
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Outside the front garden is mainly paved with a number of flower beds and borders; there is a charming old well and a variety of roses climb the façade. The main gardens are to the side and the rear of the house and are accessed through a picket fence. Outside the kitchen is a large stone paved terrace. Steps lead up through a rose arbour to an expanse of lawn fringed by further shrub and flower beds protected by trees. On the southern side is a further rose arbour with rose and honeysuckle climbers.
The house sits well back from the valley lane in the heart of the popular village of Tarrant Gunville which has a church and a farm shop – nearby Tarrant Monkton has a good local pub. The Georgian market town of Blandford Forum, six miles distant, has a wide range of facilities and amenities. Salisbury is approximately 20 miles, and Bournemouth 23 miles.
The guide price is £775,000. For further information please contact Jackson Stops & Staff on 01747 850858 or visit www.jacksonstops.co.uk.