High Street, Durrington


  • Substantial, Detached Family Home Occupying Over 2100 Sqft
  • Individually Built In 2007
  • Corner Plot With Gated Driveway & Double Garage
  • Three Reception Rooms, Including Dual Aspect Main Sitting Room
  • Five Bedrooms Including Two With En-suite
  • Close To Amenities and Countryside
  • EPC: C

Property Summary

Constructed in just 2007, this individually built home comprises all of the hallmarks of a substantial, detached family residence set within a popular semi-rural village. Offering a sense of flexibility throughout to match the work and home life balance, the spacious and beautifully presented accommodation spans over 2100 square feet including three reception rooms. The largest of these reception rooms enjoys a double aspect and log burner to create a wonderful sitting room whilst additionally offering a sizeable family room and formal dining room. The kitchen is located to the rear of the property to overlook the garden with a standout feature being the vaulted, orangery design ceiling. An array of appliances, storage cupboards and work surfaces are matched with the island work station. Completing the ground floor are a number of storage cupboards, a cloak room and utility room. Upstairs a central landing leads to all five, genuine double bedrooms with the master suite also boasting an ensuite and number of built-in wardrobes. The second bedroom also features an ensuite shower room to form an excellent guest suite. Rounding off the accommodation is a four-piece family bathroom complete with both a bath and walk in shower unit. EPC: C

Durrington is a popular, community orientated village located near the historical site of Stonehenge, in the heart of Salisbury Plain. The surrounding area is ideal for horse riding, cycling and walking. Local facilities include three small supermarkets, schools, The Stonehenge Inn pub and leisure facilities (which include a swimming pool and gym).

Nearby Amesbury has further amenities including a choice of supermarkets, pubs, doctors, dentists, schools, a library, restaurants and plenty of local shops, including a butcher and bakeries.

Situated to the south is the Cathedral city of Salisbury which provides a comprehensive choice of schooling, further shopping, restaurants, leisure facilities and a theatre. The city has a range of supermarkets as well as Park & Ride services into the city centre.

A303 (London/Exeter) 2m, Amesbury 2.5m, Salisbury 10.5m, Andover 14.5m. Trains to Waterloo: Salisbury (85 mins), Grateley 9m (80 mins), Andover (75 mins).

Positioned within a corner plot, the wrap around garden predominantly enjoys a Westerly facing aspect. Mainly laid to lawn, the garden is a blank canvas for those with a keen intertest in garden or equally the space forms a wonderful entertaining/children’s play area. A decked seating area is located immediately from the property whilst the far rear of the garden houses the double garage and hardstanding driveway. All is enclosed via a combination of established hedges, low level brick wall with iron railed finishes, wooden fences and gates to the driveway.

From our offices in Amesbury leave the town via the High Street, turning left onto Countess Road until reaching Countess Roundabout. Take the second exit, remaining on Countess Road until reaching the roundabout with Larkhill road at the top of the hill. Taking the second exit onto the A345, Netheravon Road, continue straight over at the next roundabout until reaching the turning onto Hackthorne Road on your right. Follow the road onto High Street at the junction with the Church and the property can then be found on your right-hand side, immediately past the entrance to Clover Lane.

Council Tax
Wiltshire Council Tax Band G.

All mains services are connected.


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