Exclusive Contemporary Barn Style Homes – Codford


Boatwrights are delighted to market this stunning Old Bury Farmyard development, comprising of a set of
contemporary and exclusive barn style homes. These four substantial properties, each enjoying far reaching
undulating countryside views are located in the popular village of Codford, in the heart of the Wylie Valley.
Constructed to an exacting standard by South Coast Construction Ltd led by E-Ten Architects of nearby Fonthill
Bishop, these spacious homes are exceptionally presented with high specification fixtures and fittings throughout.
There are four properties, individually designed and ranging from four to six bedrooms in size. Each property has an
open plan modern fitted kitchen/dining room, sitting room with Contura wood burning stove, luxury bathrooms,
spacious bedrooms, utility and either a garage or carport.

At the rear of the open plan living room and kitchen for each house is a spacious paved patio that is ideal for
alfresco dining and entertaining. The largest garden within the development is privately enclosed with panelled and
post and rail fencing. There is an established lawn and a simply stunning view of the neighbouring undulating
Wiltshire countryside.

Codford is a quintessential English village with plethora of immediate amenities that includes a convenience store,
petrol station, public house, primary school, two churches, a village hall, Post Office, doctors surgery and the
Woolstore Theatre and a vibrant social club to name but a few. The village is conveniently situated just off the A36
with the City of Salisbury some 15 miles to the south and town of Warminster just 8 miles to the north. Access to
the A303 is just 3 miles away which give access to the West Country in one direction with London in the other.
The properties are being marketed between £650,000 and £725,000. For further information or to arrange a
viewing please contact Boatwrights on 01722 415141 or 01747 859359; email sales@boatwrights.co.uk.


Posted on

13 September 2019