Set on the northern fringes of Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the bustling Wiltshire town of Warminster, is this semi-detached, stone-built cottage.
This cosy accommodation, set over two floors, offers a heart-warming feel inside, with traditional furnishings and plenty of character.
Step inside to find a useful porchway, with hanging space and room to store your boots after an invigorating walk in the lush Wylye Valley.
The open-plan lounge offers a warm, country feel, boasting exposed beams and a cosy woodburner tucked under the alcove of the room.
Unwind on the sofa by the glow of the fire and chat away the evening with your loved ones, or perhaps have a look what's on TV.
There is also a dining table set for six to enjoy a delicious meal and picture frames on the walls.
Head through to the kitchen to find a modern arrangement of base and wall units, integrated with an electric oven and gas hob.
Lastly, the ground floor is complete with a cloakroom and handy utility hosting laundry facilities.
Upstairs retains much of its character, with beamed ceilings and two double bedrooms highlighting bedside tables, lamps and space to store your belongings.
Following these is the family bathroom, with fitted tiles and a shower over the bath tub, ideal for those wanting a relaxing soak before heading out on an adventure.
There is off-road parking for two cars beside the owner's garage, just paces away from the property, with pedestrian access down the side path.
Positioned opposite is a lovely, laid to lawn, enclosed garden, with a shallow pond playing host to a plethora of wildlife.
Sit and relax with a refreshing drink on a warm summer's afternoon and admire the green shrubbery enveloping you.
This pleasant setting also benefits an additional enclosed lawn area, perfect for the children to let off some steam with their four-legged friends.
Warminster is home to an array of amenities, along with old charm and quaint houses made from local stone.
Plenty of walking trails surround the area, not forgetting the house and gardens at Longleat Safari Park.
Lovers of history can visit Stonehenge as well as the city of bath, with its 18th-century Georgian architecture and honey-coloured stone of Bath Abbey.
115 West Street offers you a holiday simply not to be missed!