Old Rafters was originally a pair of typical Wiltshire cottages, with brick, stone and cob walls under a thatched roof. Combined to make one property, the cottage has remained in the same family ever since and is now ready for a new owner to restore it to an ideal village home.
The cottage has a quintessentially English village view to the front and is set within a generous corner plot that offers room to create parking and extension. Planning has already been granted for a single storey addition.
The cottage is now in need of complete renovation and offers huge potential to create a perfect period home within this highly favoured village. At present, the cottage is arranged with a kitchen and three rooms on the ground floor and three bedrooms and a bathroom on the first.
The occupies a generous corner plot, with pedestrian and vehicular access from the lane at the side.
Old Rafters is situated in a delightful village location within the centre of the ever popular Broad Chalke, through which a chalk stream, the River Ebble runs. Ideally placed for local amenities with the village shop/post office, a doctors surgery, primary school and highly regarded pub, all within walking distance.
The Cathedral City of Salisbury, is approximately 8 miles distant, has a thriving shopping centre, art and recreational facilities, excellent schooling and main line railway station (Waterloo - 1hr 30min).