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High Street, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12

££350,000 Guide

3 Bedroom Mid-Terraced House For Sale

A unique opportunity to purchase a Grade II listed, former pub with planning permission to convert into a substantial dwelling in a central location. To be sold by informal tender. Bids are to be received by 12.00 on Thursday 12th May 2022.

The Organ Inn boasts plenty of potential and allows buyers the opportunity to utilise the space the property offers to suit their needs and requirements. The property has been granted planning permission to convert to a dwelling providing flexible use of the accommodation laid over two floors. Currently the ground floor includes a substantial reception room with bar, a large, panelled dining room with feature stone fireplace, utility spaces, cloakroom, and a 53 foot skittle alley which could be utilised as a family room or home office. The front reception room benefits from access onto the High Street, a feature bay window and the majority of the ground floor rooms include a log burning stove. The upstairs is currently divided into two areas. To the rear is an apartment offering a kitchen, living room, two double bedrooms, a shower room and a dressing room. To the front are two large rooms which have been utilised as conference rooms with access to the toilets on the landing, these could make additional bedrooms.

Planning Ref is PL/2021/11143

The historic market town of Warminster lies on the edge of the Cranborne Chase, an AONB, and the Wylye Valley. There are seven hills that surround the town, three of which are Iron Age hill forts, the most notable being Cley Hill which is owned by the National Trust. Dents glove factory, founded in 1777, has been supplying gloves to Royalty since King George III. The town’s park is a popular attraction with a lake, children’s paddling pool, skate park, tennis courts and putting green. A rich variety of cycling and walking routes are easily accessible as well as sailing at nearby Shearwater Lake. Longleat Safari Park and Centre Parcs are also located just outside the town. The property is located within walking distance of all the amenities the town has to offer including numerous shops and restaurants, Primary and Secondary Schools including the well regarded Warminster Independent Day/Boarding School, Doctor and Dental Surgeries, library, sports centre and Civic Centre. A mainline railway station provides services to London Waterloo whilst the nearby A303 provides excellent road links to London to the east and Exeter to the west.

The front door opens on to the High Street however, parking for a couple of vehicles can be found to the rear of the property accessed via a small Lane. The garden is predominantly patio and shingles and houses a large open barn with door into an outside toilet and good size store and garage.

Wiltshire Council Tax Band A ( flat only )
EPC: Commercial C rating

Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property. Heating is by wood burning stoves.

The property is located at the western end of the High Street (B3414), on the left, just before the mini roundabout with Portway Road on your right and St Georges road off to the left. You will find on street parking just after the mini roundabout.

Tenure: Freehold




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Minister House
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01747 852242