Clover Cottage, Overway, Donhead St. Andrew, Shaftesbury, Dorset


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Period cottage

3 reception rooms


3 Bedrooms, family bathroom

Gardens with views

Clover Cottage is a charming detached stone cottage, with three bedrooms and cosy accommodation. It is full of character and unspoilt period features. The property is set in a peaceful rural location with fantastic southerly views over the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, within easy reach of the market town of Shaftesbury and the village of Tisbury.

The accommodation has a welcoming, comfortable feel, with the property presented to a high standard throughout. On the ground floor there is a welcoming sitting room, with an impressive stone-surrounded inglenook fireplace, with its original timber lintel, while there is also a formal dining room and a light and airy conservatory, with a sunny southfacing aspect, overlooking the rear gardens. The kitchen is fitted with cream units and a stainless steel range cooker, set into a fireplace recess.

Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two of which are doubles. The master bedroom has fitted storage and a dual aspect, with windows looking out to the front and rear of the property.

Planning permission has just been granted for a 2 storey extension plus detached annexe and would transform this into a rare “dream property”. The plans can be found with Wiltshire County Council with planning application number 19/04441/FUL.

Donhead St Andrew is arguably one of the most popular villages in the area and together with nearby Donhead St Mary is surrounded by rolling countryside typical of this corner of the beautiful Nadder Valley, ideal for walking and riding. Donhead St Andrew has a church and pub while Ludwell has a post office/store and well regarded butcher. The small town of Tisbury has a range of individual shops together with a mainline station connecting with Waterloo. The historic hilltop town of Shaftesbury has a good range of amenities and the Cathedral City of Salisbury is an important cultural and commercial centre. The area is particularly well known for its many schools including Port Regis, St Mary's Shaftesbury, Sandroyd, Clayesmore and Bryanston. The A303 provides access to London, the national motorway system and airports via the M3.

There is a parking area to the side of the property, while the south-facing gardens to the rear welcome plenty of sunlight throughout the year, and feature paved terracing, rolling lawns, well-stocked flowerbeds, established shrubs, and stunning views across the surrounding countryside.

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