£375,000 Durrington, Salisbury

A BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED Grade II listed semi-detached cottage offering a WEALTH OF CHARACTER and a LARGE CONSERVATORY EXTENSION to the rear. Further benefits include a GOOD SIZED GARDEN, OFF-ROAD PARKING and GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING. ** EASY ACCESS ONTO A303 ** EN-SUITE BATHROOM ** LARGE INGLENOOK FIREPLACE

  • CHARMING GRADE II LISTED COTTAGE
  • LARGE CONSERVATORY EXTENSION
  • GOOD SIZED GARDEN
  • THREE BEDROOMS
  • SITTING ROOM AND STUDY
  • OFF ROAD PARKING
  • GAS CENTRAL HEATING

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Directions
Leave Salisbury on the A345 and at Amesbury continue across the A303 towards Durrington. At the roundabout turn right and then immediately left into Stonehenge Road. Continue into the High Street and No. 31 can be found just before the turn into Barrow Close on the left hand side.

Description
The property is a beautifully presented characterful semi-detached thatched cottage which is offered in excellent order throughout. On the ground floor there is a fitted kitchen and an inner hallway that leads to a good sized sitting room which has a large inglenook fireplace. Leading from this room is a study or an occasional bedroom. Also leading from the inner hallway is a shower room with a contemporary white suite and a large conservatory which overlooks the garden. On the first floor there are three bedrooms with the master bedroom having an en-suite bathroom and built-in wardrobes. Externally there is a garden with a timber gate giving rear pedestrian access to a large gravel parking area. Durrington is a popular village with an excellent range of amenities including primary and secondary schools, small supermarket and lies within easy access of Amesbury (2.5 miles) and Salisbury (10 miles). Trains to Waterloo leave from Salisbury and the nearby Grateley and Andover stations.

House Specifics
The accommodation is arranged as follows, all measurements being approximate:

Side door to:

Kitchen
3.73m x 3.53m (12'3" x 11'7") Fitted with a range of base and wall units with work surfaces over, one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, windows to front and side, radiator, exposed ceiling beam work, cupboard housing gas fired boiler for central heating/hot water system. Through to:

Inner hallway
This leads to a conservatory, shower room and to:

Sitting room
5.31m x 4.22m (17'5" x 13'10") Window to front, feature inglenook fireplace, exposed beam work, two radiators, door to rear garden, stairs to first floor. Door to:

Study/occasional bedroom
3.05m x 2.64m (10' x 8'8") Window to rear, exposed beam work, shelving and cupboard.

Conservatory
3.78m x 3.23m (12'5" x 10'7") With brick and double glazed elevations and French doors leading to garden. Two radiators. Glazed roof.

Shower room
Fitted with a white suite comprising double shower cubicle, wash-hand basin with cupboard under, low level WC, ladder style radiator, window to rear.

First floor - landing
Window to rear. Access to loft.

Bedroom one
3.58m x 3.45m (11'9" x 11'4") Exposed beam work, built-in double wardrobe, radiator. Door to:

En-suite bathroom
Fitted with a white suite comprising bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wash-hand basin, low level WC, extractor fan, exposed beam work.

Bedroom two
2.84m x 2.64m (9'4" x 8'8") Window to rear, radiator.

Bedroom three
3.18m x 2.21m (10'5" x 7'3") Window to rear, radiator.

Outside
The rear garden is a particular feature of the property mainly lawned with timber decked areas and a thatched summerhouse. There are various mature beds and borders, a covered well and a path leading to the rear gate which accesses the gravelled car parking area.

Services
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property.

Outgoings
The Council Tax Band is ‘D’ and the payment for the year 2018/2019 payable to Wiltshire Council is £1723.75.

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