***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Occupying a quiet residential position on the outskirts of the popular village of Downton is this three-bedroom semi-detached house. The property makes for an ideal family home and has peaceful scenic outlooks over the neighbouring fields for a true rural feel. The ground floor comprises a sizeable reception room with ample dining space and a central gas fireplace, a kitchen housing the wall-mounted Worcester gas boiler, and a conservatory. Upstairs there are three well-proportioned bedrooms, with the main boasting tremendous views over the adjacent countryside, which are served by the contemporary shower room with walk in rainfall shower cubicle. Externally, the plot enjoys a pleasant approach with a lovely front garden. To the side is a driveway with ample room for several vehicles which extends along the side of the plot towards the single detached garage. At the rear, there is an enclosed laid-to-lawn garden with a variety of cared-for flower beds and other flora at its perimeter.
As you travel towards Downton from Salisbury along Downton Road (A338), turn left at The Bull Hotel, and continue for approximately one mile before turning right onto Moot Lane. After half a mile turn left onto Downlands Close where the property will become apparent on the right-hand side.
Front door opens to the initial entrance porch with space for storing coats, boots, and umbrellas. A secondary door then opens to the carpeted entrance hall which gives access to the sitting room and the kitchen, as well the first-floor landing via the stairs and an under-stair cupboard.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect and double doors to the conservatory at the rear. Offers a central gas fireplace set on a stone hearth with a mantelpiece above, and through access to kitchen.
Carpeted flooring with window to the rear and door to the side. Offers a range of high and low cabinet units with adjoining timber-effect worktops incorporating a stainless-steel sink basin with drainer unit and surrounding splashback tiling. Offers space for a cooker, fridge/freezer, and a washing machine. Houses the wall-mounted Worcester gas boiler for heating and hot water.
A versatile conservatory space with door to the side and surrounding fitted blinds.
Carpeted stairs from the ground floor ascend to the first-floor landing with window to the side. Gives access to the three bedrooms and the shower room, as well as the roof space via loft hatch above.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear offering peaceful views towards the neighbouring fields, and an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect and a built-in wardrobe unit.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect.
Carpeted flooring with window to the rear aspect. Offers a walk-in shower unit with surrounding marble-effect wet-wall panelling and rainfall shower head above, a WC, wash hand basin, and a mirror-fronted medicine cabinet.
A detached single garage with up-and-over door to the front.
To the front there is a sloped lawn garden with flower beds and hedges at it approach. There is also a driveway with ample room for several vehicles which extends down the side of the plot towards the garage. To the rear there is a lovely enclosed laid-to-lawn garden with a variety of flora at its perimeter and a patio space for al fresco seating.
The popular Avon Valley village of Downton is situated about six miles south of Salisbury just outside the New Forest National Park. The area is renowned for its stunning countryside and there is an abundance of outdoor activities throughout the year both locally and in the nearby villages. The village itself offers shopping, a doctors, dentist, and vets, along with good pubs and the leisure centre. Schools in Downton include a highly regarded primary school, a community pre-school and excellent secondary school. It is within the catchment area for Salisbury Grammar schools and has regular buses to the nearby equally excellent Burgate School and Sixth Form Centre in Fordingbridge. Salisbury offers a wider range of amenities and has a mainline rail station to London Waterloo and the West Country. Salisbury also boasts an excellent selection of both local and national shopping names, pubs, restaurants, and bars, together with first rate leisure facilities to suit most tastes. The areas in general has great access to the A36, A338, A30, A345 and A354 commuter routes, as well as connections down to the coastal cities of Bournemouth and Southampton, and into the New Forest.
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