The date stone on the front of this detached cottage reads 1866, which makes it firmly Victorian. Built of thick, solid walls under a slate roof, it is typical of many village properties of this period and it has a very comfortable atmosphere within. All the rooms are light and the accommodation is well laid out.
Winterslow is a large, thriving and active village approximately 5 miles east of Salisbury. Being a larger village, it is able to support a good village store with a Post Office, an excellent primary school, a church, a public house and an active village hall. The surrounding countryside is very appealing for walking, while the Cathedral city of Salisbury has an excellent range of educational, leisure and cultural facilities. Salisbury has a mainline railway station with trains to London Waterloo; trains also stop at Grateley which is about 5 miles to the north of Winterslow.