Wilsford-Cum-Lake, Salisbury

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A unique, semi-detached, four bedroom house converted from the former village hall and situated in a quiet village location.

Entrance lobby, hall, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, sitting room, cloakroom, four bedrooms, en suite bathroom and family bathroom, garden, off street parking

2 Inchcape Hall is one of a pair of semi-detached cottages constructed of brick, timber clad & tile hung elevations. The cottages were converted in the late 1980 s from the old village hall, which was bought and converted in 1932 in memory of the 1st Earl Inchcape by his daughter and son in law. The property now provides comfortable accommodation and is situated within the quiet and picturesque village of Lake in the Woodford Valley. It also benefits from a walled front garden and a rear garden backing onto the village green.

Lake is an intimate, quiet and well regarded village in the ever popular Woodford Valley. Approximately 2 miles from Amesbury and 7 miles from the Cathedral City of Salisbury with its excellent range of amenities shopping, cultural, educational and leisure as well as a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). There is a taxi- buzz service through the village that runs to both Amesbury and Salisbury.

2 Inchcape Hall is approached across a gravelled driveway and up attractive stone steps to the wooden front door with wooden lead panelled windows to either side (as most of the windows are), which leads into the:-


Providing good storage for coats and boots and with a door to the:


Furnished with a low level WC, wash hand basin with tiled splashback and cupboard under and with a useful range of built in cupboards.


Accessed via fully glazed double doors from the Entrance Lobby, with an oak staircase to the first floor and useful space under for a desk/storage, wooden flooring and a glazed panelled wall to one side. This room, along with the Kitchen/Breakfast Room and the Dining Room used to form the stage in the village hall.


A deceptively spacious and light room from the Velux window, lead panelled window and the UPVC glazed door to the front garden. Well designed and installed by Jones Kitchens of Salisbury with a tiled floor and granite effect worktops, incorporating 1 bowl stainless steel sink and draining board, with space for: washing machine, dishwasher, cooker and fridge/freezer; decoratively tiled splashback and part tiled walls and a good range of both high and low level storage.


Again a good size and light room from a large window to the rear and a smaller window to the side.


Accessed by wooden steps down from the Hall, this is a well-proportioned room with very good ceiling height. An impressive brick fireplace with wooden mantle over housing a new wood burner on clay tiled hearth, exposed wooden beams, TV point, a large window to the rear and wooden lead panelled double doors to the front garden.


Filled with light from the large window to the front, exposed wooden beams, useful built in cupboards and access into the loft space (which whilst un-boarded has been recently insulated and runs the entire length of the house).


A light room from the window to the rear, this is a small double or good sized single bedroom.


A good sized single bedroom with UPVC panelled double glazed window to the front, built in wardrobe and useful shelf along one wall.


Again with UPVC panelled double glazed window to the front and exposed wooden beams.


The principal bedroom, this is a good sized double bedroom with a window to the front, exposed wooden beams and a DRESSING AREA with built in wardrobes & shelf, Velux window, continued exposed wooden beams and door to:


Fitted by Jones of Salisbury with a panelled bath with shower attachment, low level WC and wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks and part tiled walls, exposed wooden beams and Velux window.


Fitted with a panelled bath and Aqualisa shower above, concealed cistern WC, wash hand basin with mixer tap, shelf and mirror above and cupboards below, tiled splashbacks and part tiled walls, exposed wooden beams and airing cupboard containing the lagged hot water tank.


2 Inchcape Hall has a long driveway that leads from the road to the parking and turning area, providing spaces for two cars (NB: the owners of the neighbouring property have a pedestrian access only across the driveway). There is an access hatch into the cellar (which has restricted head height approximately 4 ), which provides an excellent storage area under the house and also houses the oil fired boiler. The front garden is a very private and fully decked courtyard which provides an excellent outside sitting and dining space, with a gate that leads out onto the driveway. The rear garden is very cleverly designed to give privacy with plentiful flower beds filled with mature shrubs and trees whilst maintaining a good sized area of lawn. There is a good sized wooden shed and a gate that leads onto the village green, which we understand can be used for local meets, games and parties.


Band F. Charge for 2019/2020 is £2,622.63


Oil fired central heating. Mains electricity and water are available. Shared private drainage with 1 Inchcape Hall and Stable Cottage, under the village green.


BT.com suggests that maximum speeds of up to 300Mb are available through Ultrafast Fibre 250.






By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 2PD.

Tel 01722 337575


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Reference: 18218.200303

01722 238120

Myddelton & Major

49 High Street, Salisbury

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