Codford, Wylye Valley, Wiltshire

/Codford, Wylye Valley, Wiltshire

Codford, Wylye Valley, Wiltshire

£225,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 10301116
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
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Property Features

  • South Wiltshire Country Village Location
  • Hexagonal Shaped Sitting Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Two Bedrooms & Shower Room
  • Large Conservatory/Sun Room
  • Hall/Study Area, Cloakroom & Store Room
  • Good-Sized Garden, Parking & Outbuildings

Property Summary

A unique Grade II Listed single storey thatched former lodge in need of some updating situated on the edge a popular Wylye Valley village.


The Lodge is a most unusual Grade II Listed property being a small single storey building thought to have been built in the early 1800’s as a lodge to nearby Stockton House and having flint external elevations under a thatched roof and arched leaded glazed windows. Over the years it has been extended and altered to create a unique home which would now benefit from some updating and modernising. The accommodation comprises a hexagonal shaped sitting room, a reception hall/study area, a kitchen/breakfast room, two bedrooms, a shower room and a large conservatory/sun room which gives access to a cloakroom and a good-sized store room that could be used a studio or work room.


The generous gardens include a gravelled drive providing ample parking opening up to several well stocked flower, shrub and rose borders, areas of gravelled and artificially grassed sitting areas, fruit trees, vegetable and fruit beds. The outbuildings include a large timber barn with power and a concrete floor with an adjoining shed/workshop, a greenhouse and a kennel.


The village of Codford is situated in the beautiful Wylye Valley, a lovely stretch of countryside between Salisbury and Warminster designated as part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and renowned for the quality of the fishing on the River Wylye. This thriving community has good local facilities including a petrol station/supermarket/post office, primary school, sports ground, doctor’s surgery and veterinary practice as well as being home to the Woolstore Theatre. Warminster (7 miles) has a choice of supermarkets including Waitrose, shops, health and leisure facilities and a railway station with services to London, Bristol and Southampton. Set off the A36, there are excellent road links to the other towns in the area with the A303 just three miles away.

EPC Energy Efficiency Rating - as a Listed building an EPC is not required