A lovely example of a 1960's link detached bungalow nestled away in a quiet cul-de-sac within the picturesque village of West Grimstead. The property has been tastefully decorated and re-carpeted through out and has the bonus of backing onto open fields. Some of the many benefits include: Garage and driveway, conservatory, two double bedrooms, gas central heating and the property is being sold with no onward chain.
There is a drive way to the front leading up to the garage and the front door can be found to the side of the property leading into the entrance hall. There is a level garden to the front which is partially bordered by hedging.
Doors lead off to the sitting room, both bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and two storage cupboards
Large picture window and patio doors opening out onto the front garden. Smaller windows to the side aspect. Gas fire place, coving, telephone and television points and LED ceiling spotlights.
Large picture window to the rear with beautiful views over the fields behind. Coving, LED ceiling spot lights and radiator.
Obscured double glazed window to the side aspect, built in wardrobe, LED ceiling spot lights and radiator.
Double glazed window to the side aspect, four piece suite comprising corner shower cubicle, panel bath, wash hand basin with full pedestal and WC. Centrally heated towel rail and cupboard housing the Worcester gas central heating boiler.
Fitted kitchen with matching wall and base units with rolled edge granite effect work tops and inset one and half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer. Integrated double oven and inset five ring gas hob. Integrated fridge and space for under counter freezer, plumbing for washing machine or dishwasher. Radiator and archway opens into the conservatory.
Brick and UPVC construction with views over the fields behind. Double doors open out to the rear garden. TV point
Up and over door, power and light. Small utility area with base units and work top. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Door to rear garden.
The rear garden is small with a patio area to the immediate rear of the conservatory with a path leading the rear of the garage. The remainder is a blank canvas for the new owners to decide how they would like it.
The bungalow is situated in a quiet residential cul-de-sac in the heart of this popular village on the Hampshire/Wiltshire border which is surrounded by stunning countryside yet lies only approximately fifteen minutes from Salisbury city centre. The neighbouring villages of Alderbury and Whaddon provide day to day amenities including a Post Office, general store, public houses and village school. Nestled between Southampton, Romsey, Winchester and Salisbury, there are excellent communication links with London and the South Coast. The Cathedral City of Salisbury some five miles to the north west offers an excellent range of shopping, sporting and cultural facilities as well as a twice weekly market.
Take the A36 out of Salisbury and continue along the dual carriageway. Take the first exit off on the left signposted to West Grimstead. At the T-Junction turn left and then take the first left into Crockford Road and then right into Chapel Hill. Take the next left into Greenfields and the property can be found straight ahead of you towards the end.
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