This lovely family home is tucked away in a beautiful spot, in a small one way village road which you would never know existed. The property itself is a four bedroom detached property with two reception rooms, garage and drive way for at least three cars. Built in the 1970's and now needing some modernisation, however offers some great potential and possibly the option to extend over the garage (subject to planning)
Spacious hall way with parquet flooring running through to the dining area. Doors lead off to the cloakroom, rear lobby and then through to the dining room.
Window to the rear, WC, wash hand basin within a vanity unit and radiator.
Lovely light and airy room with open plan retro stair case rising to the 1st floor, large window to the side, door through to the kitchen and double doors through to the sitting room.
Window to the front and sliding door into the rear garden.
Window to the rear and door through to the rear lobby. Floor mounted oil fired central heating boiler. Matching wall and base units with space for a washing machine, under counter fridge and free standing cooker.
Door back into the entrance hall and door to the rear garden.
Window to the front
Window to the front
Window to the rear.
Window to the rear and built in cupboard.
Up and over door with power and light.
The rear garden is has a patio area with a path running the full width of the property to the side access. There are three steps up to the raised lawn area which is bordered by flower beds.
The property is located approximately 2 miles north of Amesbury within easy walking distance of the heart of the village. Durrington itself is situated to the east of Salisbury Plain and provides excellent local amenities with two public houses, a petrol station, a good range of general stores, Tesco Metro, Co-op, Post Office, florist, veterinary surgery, doctors, dentist and a church. The village also has a primary and secondary school and leisure centre providing gym and swimming facilities along with a recreational ground. The neighbouring town of Amesbury has supermarkets, hairdressers, cafes, hotels and a variety of shops. The cathedral city of Salisbury is approximately 10 miles south with a wide range of educational, shopping and leisure facilities together, including theatre and cinema, with a main line railway station with London Waterloo in approximately 90 minutes. Alternatively the property is within easy reach of Andover and Grateley stations with even quicker journey times. The location offers a good bus service with the A303 situated a mile to the south, giving ideal links to London and the South West.
Leave Salisbury on the Castle Road heading on the A345 to Amesbury. Go straight through Amesbury and straight over the A303 onto Countess Road. When reaching Durrington roundabout go straight on and continue passing the next mini-roundabout and then after a short distance turn right onto Hackthorne Road. Continue into the village turning left at the A section and then taking the next right onto College Road. After a approximately 200 yards the property will be found on the left hand side behind a large beech hedge.
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