Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Vine Cottage is situated in the very heart of Charlton St. Peter, which is a peaceful village on the very edge of Salisbury Plain and is believed to date from the 18thCentury and is not Listed. This attractive

cottage has undergone a substantial and detailed renovation to the highest of standards. The rooms are all well-proportioned and mostly overlook the attractive gardens to the rear and the adjoining countryside beyond. The cottage has been restored sympathetically retaining many architectural original period features whilst introducing a natural blend of modern design.

Highlights include:

A beautifully appointed John Lewis of Hungerford kitchen which offers a perfect space to relax and


The main sitting room is delightful room, with a large open fireplace, and exposed beams. French doors lead from the kitchen/breakfast room onto a wonderful private terrace which is ideal for outside entertaining.

The four bedrooms and three bath/shower rooms, arranged on the first floor, provide comfortable and versatile living.

The gardens have been beautifully landscaped and mostly laid to lawn. Framed with low brick and flint walling and interspersed with a variety of trees and shrubs as well as well-established flower beds which are full of colour and are wonderfully private and secluded.

The area is well renowned for not only having some of the most idyllic villages, but also some of the most fantastic pubs and restaurants the area has to offer.


This area and the nearby village of Pewsey has a wider collection of amenities. Marlborough is located to the north of Charlton St. Peter and the high street has a wide ranging mix of cafes and shops and a twice-weekly farmers market. With one of the widest high streets in the country it is renowned for its charm and picturesque setting amongst The North Wessex Downs.

In Salisbury, you will find a wide-ranging mix of cafes, bars and shops and one of the best Charter Markets in the country. At the city s heart is Salisbury Cathedral, with Britain s tallest spire and the best preserved 1215 Magna Carta, all set within an enchanting Cathedral Close and Cloisters. Salisbury host numerous events throughout the

year and the surrounding landscape boats Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, National Parks and World

Heritage Sites. Frequent and direct rail services run from Pewsey to London Paddington, taking approximately 57 minutes.

T O W N S & T R A I N S T A T I O N S

Pewsey 4.8 miles

Devizes 8.8 mile

Marlborough 11.7 miles

Salisbury 18 miles

Andover 18.4 miles

Winchester 36.8 miles

Southampton 48.3 miles

London Paddington from 57 mins


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Property Information

Tenure: Freehold

EPC Rating: E

Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil central heating

Council Tax: Band: G

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