Property SummaryA spacious bungalow located on the edge of the village, backing onto open countryside, within reach of amenities, tastefully re-furbished throughout, with garden and parking.
This spacious, detached bungalow located on the edge of the sought-after village of Fovant, has been tastefully re-furbished throughout by the current owners, creating open plan modern living.
The beautifully presented accommodation includes a welcoming entrance hall, large open plan kitchen/dining room, with bi-folding doors into the garden, spacious sitting room with gas fire and double doors with access to the outside terrace, three double bedrooms, all with built in storage, luxury ensuite to the main bedroom with both separate bath and shower and a further family bathroom.
Externally the property benefits from a larger than average single garage with additional storage area, a converted office/gym, off road parking and gardens to the front and rear, all backing onto neighbouring countryside, close to several picturesque walks.
The property is set in a tucked away location on the edge of the village, yet still close to amenities, where you enter a driveway providing parking for several vehicles as well as access to the single garage, with electric controlled up and over door, power and lighting. Steps then lead up to the front door.
The garden wraps around both sides of the property as well as to the rear. The front has been laid with woodchip with a number of mature shrubs providing colour and life. The side and rear are mainly laid to lawn again with a number of planted shrubs. There is also a large patio providing the perfect space for outside entertaining, which is accessed via the large bi-folding doors in the kitchen/dining room.
There is access to both sides of the property and it is enclosed by a mixture of wooden panel fencing and mature hedging.
The semi-rural village of Fovant is located between Salisbury and Shaftesbury on the A30 in the Nadder Valley and is home to the prestigious WW1 Military Badges chalked in the down below Chiselbury Ring, an Iron Age Fort. The village offers recreational grounds including a playground, also present is a village hall, shop, church, a pub and a well thought of doctors surgery, as well as a number of footpaths leading to stunning countryside walks.
The Cathedral city of Salisbury has a comprehensive choice of schools as well as excellent shopping and recreational facilities which include a theatre, cinema, arts centre, restaurants, pubs, clubs, supermarkets, dentists, doctors’ surgeries, hairdressers, library, leisure centre and fitness gym. The city also has 5 Park & Ride services for ease of access into the city centre.
Tisbury 5m, Salisbury 10m, Shaftesbury 10m. Trains to London Waterloo: Tisbury (110 mins), Salisbury (85 mins).
The property benefits from mains water, electricity and drainage. There is oil fired central heating and a gas fired stove in the sitting room.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band F.
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