Oliver Chandler Estate Agents in Salisbury

Avondown Road, Salisbury

Guide price £325,000

3 1 2

About the property


A good-sized three-bedroom semi-detached family home boasting a range of versatile spaces able to cater to a prospective buyer's needs. The property is situated within the popular village of Durrington and has access to peaceful riverside walks within its immediate vicinity. The ground floor comprises a bright and welcoming sitting room with adjoining dining room at the rear, a kitchen with integrated appliances, a study/home office which could be utilised as a fourth bedroom if needed, and a utility room. Upstairs there are three well-proportioned bedrooms which are served by the family bathroom with separate bath and rainfall shower facilities. Externally, there is ample parking on the driveway to the front. To the rear, doors from the dining room open to an enclosed rear garden. This is made up of a patio with space for al fresco seating, a lawn area, and two timber sheds for practical garden storage.

Approach

When travelling from Salisbury, take the north exit from Castle Roundabout onto Castle Road (A345) and continue for approximately 8.5 miles. Pass through Amesbury and over the A303 continuing to follow the A345. When entering Durrington, turn right at the roundabout onto Larkhill Road and turn left at the roundabout onto Bulford Road. After about a quarter-of-a-mile turn right onto Avondown Road where the property will be on the left-hand side after a short distance.

Entrance Hall

Front door opens to a versatile introductory space. Secondary door opens to the entrance hall with timber-effect flooring. This gives access to the kitchen, sitting room, cloakroom/utility, and the study, as well as the first-floor landing via the carpeted stairs.

Kitchen

Timber-effect flooring with window to the front aspect. Offers a range of high and low cabinet units with adjoining wood-effect worktops incorporating a ceramic sink basin with drainer unit, and surrounding splashback tiling. Integrated appliances include an electric oven and grill with four-ring gas hob and extractor hood above, and offers space for a hull-height fridge/freezer.

Sitting Room

Continuation of the timber-effect flooring with window to the rear. A good-sized reception room space which flows through to the dining room at the rear.

Dining Room

Further continuation of the timber-effect flooring with doors to the side and rear to the rear garden.

Study

A versatile carpeted space with window to the front. Currently used as a home office/study but could be suited as a ground-floor bedroom.

Utility Room

A practical utility room with a wash hand basin and extractor fan. Also offers space for a additional appliances and plumbing for a washing machine.

First Floor Landing

Carpeted stairs from the ground floor ascend to the first-floor landing. Gives access to the three bedrooms and the family bathroom.

Bedroom One

Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear aspect. Offers a walk-in wardrobe.

Bedroom Two

Timber-effect flooring with window to the rear aspect.

Bedroom Three

Timber-effect flooring with window to the front aspect.

Family Bathroom

Timber-effect flooring with window to the front aspect. Offers a bathtub with surrounding splashback tiling, a separate shower cubicle with rainfall shower head above, a WC, and a wash hand basin.

Exterior

To the front there is a driveway with ample space for multiple vehicles. To the rear, the doors from the dining room open an introductory patio with space for al fresco seating. There is also an adjacent lawn space and two timber sheds for garden storage.

Location

The property is situated in the popular village of Durrington just two miles north of the historic town of Amesbury. The village offers a range of amenities including, but not limited to, local convenience stores, a leisure centre with a swimming pool, schools, the recreational ground, and access to scenic riverside walks nearby. The area is also very well-connect to the A303 for routes towards London or into the West Country. The nearby medieval city of Salisbury is approximately ten miles south of the village. Salisbury offers a wider range of amenities. These include supermarkets, high-street shops, bi-weekly markets, copious restaurants, pubs & bars, a theatre, the arts centre, a cinema and renowned state and private schools. These include Bishop's Wordsworth, South Wilts Grammar School, Godolphin School, and Leehurst Swan. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf clubs, and recreation grounds. Salisbury train station offers direct commuter links to London Waterloo, and the area boasts a convenient location to offer great road links to the coastal cities of Southampton and Bournemouth, as well as routes into the New Forest.

Property features

  • Three-Bedroom Semi-Detached Family Home
  • Versatile Accommodation
  • Ample Off-Street Parking
  • Well-Proportioned Bedrooms
  • Additional Ground-Floor Bedroom If Needed
  • Study/Home Office Space
  • Utility Room
  • Good-Sized Reception Areas
  • Nearby Riverside Walks
  • Council Tax Band - C

Details

Property Location

Looking to sell?

Looking to buy, sell, rent or let a property in Salisbury and the surrounding area?

Why not trust the team whose business has grown almost exclusively through recommendation and referral? For help and advice or just a friendly, confidential and no obligation chat about your requirements, simply:

Contact Us Today