***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Situated in the quaint rural village of Farley, this three-bedroom semi-detached house offer prospective buyers with the fantastic opportunity to create their perfect family home. The property boasts spacious accommodation, well-proportioned bedrooms, and a sizeable plot, with copious storage solutions and off-road parking. The ground floor offers a sitting room, dining room, family bathroom, kitchen with utility space, and a vast conservatory. Upstairs there are three good-sized bedrooms, with an en-suite to the main. Externally, there is a driveway to the front. At the rear, double patio doors from the conservatory open to an introductory decking area which steps down onto the luscious lawn a patio space at the side, an ideal space to house a table and chairs, or an al fresco sofa suite. There is also practical side gated access to the front of the plot.
When travelling from Salisbury, follow London Road (A30) from St. Mark's Roundabout before turning right onto Whiteway (following signs for Pitton and Farley) and continue through the village of Pitton. As you travel through Farley, follow the road as it bends to the right, turn left onto The Street, then right onto Oak Close where the property will be visible after a short distance.
Front door opens to an introductory porch space. Another door flows into the carpeted entrance hall which gives access to the sitting room, dining room, and the family bathroom, as well as the first floor accommodation via the stairs.
Carpeted reception room space with window the front aspect, and a window through to the conservatory at the rear.
Amtico tiled flooring that flows through to the kitchen with a window to the conservatory at the rear, and one to the side aspect. This room houses a top of the range Stanley Donard Cooker range with tiled surround, the Range heats a water tank located in the master bedroom, that heats the radiators and provides hot water to the upstairs shower. An immersion is also fitted to this tank for use through the summer months when the Range becomes obsolete.
Continuation of the Amtico flooring with window to both the side and rear aspects. Offers a range of base cabinet units with adjoining solid worktops with an inset stainless steel sink basin with drainer unit. Offers space for a variety of white goods. Gives access to the practical utility room and the conservatory.
A practical area with a walk-in storage cupboard, and side access to the garden via a newly fitted Everest double glazed door.
Tiled flooring with window to the front aspect. Offers bathtub with shower facilities and surrounding wall tiling, WC, and wash hand basin with cabinet below.
A sizeable conservatory space with Amtico flooring and double patio doors to the rear garden.
Carpeted stairs ascend to the first floor landing. Gives access to the three bedrooms, as well as the roof space via the loft hatch above.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear aspect, and access to the en-suite.
Carpeted en-suite with window to the front aspect. Offers a walk-in shower cubicle, WC, and a wash hand basin.
Carpeted bedroom space with dual aspect windows and a built-in cupboard.
Carpeted bedroom space with dual aspect windows.
To the front, there is a shingle driveway with a path leading to the main entrance, and surrounding flower beds areas. To the rear, double patio doors from the conservatory open to a decked area. Steps down onto the laid-to-lawn garden with plants and shrubs at the perimeter. There is also a patio space which is directly accessible from the utility room, and side gated access to the front of the plot.
The village of Farley lies approximately five miles east of the cathedral city of Salisbury. There is a popular village pub, a church, nursery school, and a village green. It also offer fantastic access to surrounding countryside walks, with the neighbouring Winterslows and Grimsteads offers additional rural features. The nearby city of Salisbury offers a great range of amenities. These include, but are not limited to, 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 Wordsworth, South Wilts Grammar School, Godolphin School, and Leehurst Swan. Leisure and recreational facilities include the nearby Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, a golf club, and recreation grounds. Salisbury train station offers direct commuter links to London Waterloo and the West Country. Additionally, Salisbury is well-positioned to offer great road links to the coastal cities of Southampton and Bournemouth, as well as routes into the New Forest.
The solar panels are owned by the property. They produce Feed-In Tariff (FIT) payments of approximately £760 per annum.
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