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image  The Wool Store, Warminster, Wiltshire, Wiltshire, BA12

image ££900 pcm

+ Fees

image 3 Bedrooms
image 1 Reception
image 2 Bathrooms
image To Let



Property Description

DESCRIPTION A unique warehouse style apartment arranged over 2 floors in the village of Codford is available early July. The property comprises spacious open plan living area, fitted to a high standard with attractive beams and original features. High specification fully fitted kitchen with good quality units with granite and wood worktop, incorporating range cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and drinks cooler. Two double bedrooms with built in wardrobes, one of which has an en-suite bath/shower room, and a further bedroom with a separate shower room. Central vacuuming system, wired and wireless internet connection and under floor heating are all in place. In the communal area there is a working sauna for the use of all occupants.

Codford is a civil parish south of Salisbury Plain in the Wylye Valley in Wiltshire, England. The village has many local amenities such as The Woolstore Theatre which houses an amateur theatre company. The Wylye Valley Church of England VA Primary School serves Codford and nearby parishes. A village hall, Budgens supermarket, local petrol station and the recently re-opened pub The George.

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