** WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR ** In an enviable location, this four bedroom detached family home is situated next door to Little Woodbury, the iron age archaeological site giving this property a beautiful green outlook and perfect for dog walkers! With generous well flowing accommodation spread over 1,450 square feet comprising the two reception rooms plus the recently created kitchen/dining room makes this perfect for a growing and busy family. The garden has been beautifully landscaped with access into the garage. Locations and properties like this do not come up very often, we would reccommend an early viewing to appreciate the tranquil setting.
As you arrive at the property, feel free to park in front of the garage on the right hand side, then make your way up the path and then through the iron railings on to the path leading to the front door. Have a look around and enjoy the pleasant views over Little Woodbury.
As you enter you will immediately feel the light and airy space helped by the light wood effect Amtico flooring (which is continued throughout downstairs) and white walls. Doors from here lead into the sitting room, study, cloakroom, kitchen/Dining Room and double doors also open into the dining area of the kitchen. Stairs then rise to the first floor with some useful storage underneath.
With a window to the side, WC and corner wash basin. Extractor fan.
Window to the front aspect and a built in corner desk and shelving. Continuation of the wood effect flooring.
A lovely light room with dual aspect light coming from the window to the front and the patio doors to the rear. An electric feature fire place with surround will be included in the sale.
This is the real heart of the home and has been opened into the dining room offering a great entertaining space and plenty of room for the family. The kitchen itself comprises of a modern range of matching wall and base units with a wood effect work top and stainless steel one and quarter bowl sink and drainer. There is the all important central island with a real wood work top offering more additional storage. Integrated appliances include the electric oven, four ring gas hob and the full height fridge freezer. There is space for the washing machine and dishwasher. Window to both sides and a door into the garden.
Open plan into the kitchen with a window to the side and double doors opening back into the entrance hall.
Light and airy U-shaped landing with doors to all bedrooms and the family bathroom. Hatch offers access to the landing.
Good sized double bedroom with built in wardrobes and windows to both the front and rear. Door to en-suite.
With a tiled effect Amtico flooring, window to the front and a suite comprising of the large shower cubicle with a mains mixer, wash hand basin with full pedestal, WC and a centrally heated towel rail. Shaver socket.
Dual aspect windows to the front and side.
Window to the front
Window to the side.
With a tiled effect Amtico floor, window to the side and a suite comprising of the bath with shower over and glass screen, WC and the wash basin with full pedestal. Centrally heated towel rail, extractor and shaver point.
The garden has been tastefully landscaped and offer a high degree of privacy from all angles. It includes a number of different areas from a patio area to the immediate rear of the house, an artificial lawn feature, an additional slightly raised and larger patio area and a secret corner with pergola and hot tub (available by separate negotiation) Steps lead down to the garage and a gate offers access out to the front.
With an up and over door, power and light.
The property is located on a popular modern development on the southern edge of the City of Salisbury with very good local facilities including; supermarket with butchers within walking distance, as well as a good local bus service. Odstock hospital is also nearby and the facilities at Harnham include a school, garage, further shops, a recreation ground, church and hall. The city centre is approximately 2 miles away where there are further good facilities including mainline railway station, good choice of shops and supermarkets, further schools and leisure facilities including cinema and playhouse.
Information from - Wikipedia Little Woodbury is the name of an Iron Age archaeological site near the city of Salisbury in the English county of Wiltshire. The site lies about 1 1/4 miles (2.0 km) south of the centre of Salisbury and 1 mile (1.6 km) north of Odstock village. It was partially excavated between 1938 and 1939 by Gerhard Bersu, a German archaeologist who had been driven to Britain following discrimination by the Nazis. In excavations like Little Woodbury he introduced the revolutionary approaches in the excavation of settlements (e.g. the identification of timber post remains) developed in continental Europe during previous decades. A settlement had been identified at the site through aerial archaeology by O.G.S. Crawford almost twenty years previously. He had seen a circular enclosure as a cropmark, and it was identified for further excavation as a possible source of information on everyday prehistoric Britain. Bersu was commissioned by the Prehistoric Society to excavate the site in order to improve knowledge of early British settlement sites, which were until then poorly understood. Bersu dug a network of parallel trenches, one after the other, across the site. By this method he was able to identify a large roundhouse and several other domestic features. The postholes of the roundhouse enabled Bersu to argue that these structures were the common domestic building type of the Iron Age; prior to his work it was thought that people lived in holes in the ground. Through Bersu's identification of animal bone and cereal grains, he convinced other archaeologists to re-evaluate the large holes they had found as storage pits. When war broke out in 1939, work stopped and Bersu was interned on the Isle of Man. He never returned to the site and post-excavation work was never fully completed. The results from Little Woodbury however served to influence generations of archaeologists to take an interest in the day-to-day life of ancient peoples and the roundhouse has become a regular feature in interpreting prehistoric sites.
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