Tan House and Tan House Byre offer a fantastic opportunity for those looking to join families together, to run a bed and breakfast or enjoy excellent work from home facilities. With the benefit of two self contained properties within the curtiledge, the whole package is versatile and offers income potential.
The original cottage is a substantial, and attractive stone, period home of great character, with fantastically proportioned rooms, it offers plenty of space for a family with both excellent reception space and four good bedrooms.
The Kitchen/Breakfast Room is fitted in keeping with the cottage with a good range of cupboards under wooden worksurfaces and includes a larder cupboard and fitted range style cooker. There is a useful, separate Utility area. There is also room for a table and chairs and the inner hall, which features lovely, wide floorboards leads onto the large, separate Dining Room for more formal occasions.
In the extremely spacious Drawing Room, a fantastic Inglenook fireplace with woodburner forms a perfect focal point, ideal in the winter months, whilst French doors opening to the private garden makes sure the room is as equally inviting in the summer.
A third reception room in the form of a large Sitting Room offers yet more reception space, a lovely room with vaulted ceiling, again with French doors to the garden.
The cottage also has the benefit of a ground floor double bedroom and separate wet room.
On the first floor there are three further bedrooms, Bedroom 1 having fitted storage and a family bathroom.
The entrance drive offers private parking, there is a car port, workshop/storage and log store.
The Garden runs along the side of the cottage with a spacious and private paved area bounded by raised beds and there is a wide, decked seating area. A large area of lawn leads to the rear of the cottage and mature hedging on the boundary provides good privacy.
The property occupies a lovely location within the village of
Crockerton, which lies at the top of the Wylye Valley in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The surrounding countryside is unspoilt, with much of the land belonging to the Longleat Estate.
The area offers fantastic opportunities for many country pursuits including walking, cycling, and riding, with some particularly lovely walks in the adjacent woods, making it perfect for avid dog walkers.
The nearby Shearwater Lake also offers fishing and sailing whilst racing is available at Wincanton, Bath and Salisbury.
The village enjoys an active and vibrant community and has a highly regarded village school and Inn. Further local amenities including garage with shop and outreach Post Office can be found in the nearby village of Longbridge Deverill.
Warminster is approximately 2 miles away and offers good shopping and leisure facilities. The surrounding area has an excellent selection of state and private schools including Warminster School, Port Regis, Clayesmore, Bruton, Sherborne, Downside, St Mary's Shaftesbury and Dauntseys.
Warminster has a railway station with services to Salisbury, Bristol and beyond whilst the station at Westbury has services to London (Paddington) and there are also good local bus services. There are excellent road links close by giving access to the other towns in the area including Bath, Shaftesbury, Salisbury and Frome, as well as to the south coast, whilst the A350 links to the A303, giving access to London, the West Country and motorway network. Railway stations at Warminster, Tisbury, Salisbury and Westbury.