A substantial three bedroom semi-detached house which has been extended on the ground floor to facilitate a ground floor bathroom and utility room with wheelchair access via a ramp. The property is in need of general updating and benefits from a drive way offering ample parking for at least four cars.
Upvc door into main entrance hall, from here there are doors leading to the sitting room and kitchen. Stairs rise to the first floor.
Double doors out the rear garden and gas point in readiness for a fire place.
Window to the front and double doors to the rear in to the garden. Matching range of wall and base units with space for an integrated electric oven and dishwasher. The four ring gas hob is already integrated and has a chimney style filter above. Open archway leads through to the utility area.
Doors leads back out to the front of the property with a disabled ramp. There is space for the washing machine and then double doors lead into the ground floor bathroom which has been designed for wheel chair access.
Window to the rear and a suite comprising of a bath with electric shower over, WC and wash hand basin. Tall centrally heated towel rail and extractor fan.
Windows to the front and doors to all bedrooms, shower room and airing cupboard.
Window to the rear and built in cupboard (no doors)
Window to the rear and built in cupboards (no doors)
Window to the front.
Window to the front and side and a suite comprising of the shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin.
The rear garden is of a good size, level and bordered by wooden panel fencing on all sides. There is a patio area and the remainder is laid to lawn.
Portway is situated near the Old Sarum conservation area, bordered one side by open countryside, where local facilities from the new development in the area will be a short walk away. Regular bus services run to Salisbury with additional services available from the Beehive Park and Ride. Salisbury is situated some 3 miles to the south. Green Lane is between the valleys of the Winterbournes on the River Bourne to the east and the Woodfords on the River Avon to the west. The surrounding countryside offers some lovely walks and country pubs. High Post Golf Club is situated approximately 1.5 miles to the north. Old Sarum Primary School is within walking distance. There are a number of private schools, 2 grammar schools, 3 secondary schools and an academy all within some 4 miles of the property. The A303 is around seven miles to the north. Salisbury main line station is 3.3 miles away with a half hourly service to London taking approximately 90 minutes and around a 60 minute journey time to Bath. Heathrow, Gatwick and Southampton Airports are accessible by road. Salisbury is a charming cathedral city, with a wonderful combination of cultural events including a playhouse and concert hall. Southampton and Bath offer rich cultural alternatives. Salisbury is also a city alive with markets, independent shops, eateries and supermarkets, including Waitrose Food & Home.
From the East (London): turn off the A303 at Tidworth & Cholderton junction heading towards Cholderton on the A338. Follow the A338 until the village of Gomeldon where you take the second exit on the roundabout onto Portway. From Salisbury: head north out of the city on the London Road. At the roundabout after the arched railway bridge take the first exit towards The Winterbournes A338. Follow the A338 until West Gomeldon where you take the first exit at the roundabout towards Old Sarum on Portway.
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