This four bedroom semi-detached village home is located on the edge of a small residential development which is within walking distance to all the local amenities the area has to offer including post office, shop, village hall, public house etc. Some particular points to mention would be the large conservatory to the rear and the private rear garden.
Attractive composite door opens in the hall way with wood effect flooring and solid timber doors leading to the cloakroom and sitting room. Stairs then rise to the first floor.
Window to the front, wash hand basin, WC, tiled effect flooring and fuse box.
UPVC windows to the front aspect with upgraded cottage style handles (this is continued throughout most of the house). Gas fire place and an under stairs cupboard. Door leads through to the dining room.
Sliding door into the conservatory and arch way through into the kitchen.
Window to the rear into the conservatory and matching wall and base units with integrated electric oven and four ring gas hob with chimney style filter above. There is space for a full height fridge freezer and a washing machine.
Double doors to the rear garden.
Timber doors lead to all bedrooms, bathroom and the airing cupboard housing the water tank.
Window to the rear.
Window to the front aspect with built in wardrobes.
Window to the rear
Window to the front and a suite comprising of a bath with a mains mixer units, wash hand basin. Centrally heated towel rail.
The rear garden is relatively private as there are no houses to the immediate rear of left hand side. It is mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubbery to the sides. Gated access allows entry to the front.
This property is located in the village of Whaddon by Alderbury which is some four to five miles to the south of Salisbury. The village is supported by a Post Office/store, public house and there is a regular bus service into Salisbury, a Cathedral City in which there are a variety of schools both in the state and private sectors, a fine range of shops and supermarkets, good leisure facilities including two theatres, leisure centre, cinema and a variety of restaurants. The village is also well located for access along the A36 towards to the New Forest and Southampton on the south coast.
Leave Salisbury on the A36 Southampton Road and at the start of the Alderbury dual carriageway turn right towards Alderbury. Continue through the village into Whaddon before turning right into The Sandringhams and the property is the first on the left hand side.
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