High Street, Netheravon
Boatwrights Estate Agents offer to the market a rare opportunity to purchase a stunning, extended character home with the added advantage of a self-contained annexe. Situated in the heart of Netheravon and believed to originally date back to the 17th Century, the main home comprises a front sitting room complete with exposed beams and Inglenook fireplace before leading into the kitchen breakfast room. Having been extended the kitchen now spans an impressive 22’ft with ample room for the family dining table and an array of appliance space whilst sky lights provide natural daylight. Positioned off the back of the kitchen is a further extension currently utilised as a separate bedroom and bathroom. Completing the ground floor is a study and play room of which again boasts character features throughout. Upstairs provides three bedrooms, two of which are comfortable doubles. The master further benefits from a generous built in wardrobe and impressive sized en-suite. The family bathroom is a three piece suite with a shower over bath unit. EPC: E.
Netheravon is a village situated on Salisbury Plain with a strong community feel, an abundance of countryside, a local community store and a primary school. Nearby Amesbury, which is home to the prehistoric monument of Stonehenge, has excellent links to the A303 (London/Exeter) and provides ample local amenities including a weekly market, supermarkets, pubs, restaurants and a selection of independent retailers. Amesbury also offers a variety of services including schools, doctors, dentists, hairdressers, a veterinary surgery, post office, leisure centre and a library.
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) 6m, Amesbury 6m, Pewsey 9m, Salisbury 13m, Devizes 14m, Andover 18m. Trains to Waterloo: Salisbury (85 mins), Andover (75 mins).
Currently featuring on Air BnB and providing a proven income, the one bedroom annexe is split over two storeys and provides and additional sitting room, kitchen, study space and bathroom. At buyer discretion there is the opportunity to convert the annexe into additional living/bedroom space for the main house.
Enclosed via a wooden fence and enjoying a South Easterly aspect, the rear garden is a pleasant sun trap that offers a raised lawn, combination of flower beds and a summer house. A sizeable patio provides room for an outdoor dining set ideal for entertaining. On street parking is available to the front of the property.
Proceed north out of Amesbury towards Countess Roundabout, continuing straight over on the A345. At the next roundabout take the second exit sign posted Marlborough and Netheravon. Continue along the A345 for approximately 3 miles. Upon reaching Netheravon take the first right into the village and follow the road through the village. The property can be found on your right hand side after the McColl’s local store.
The property is serviced via an oil fired central heating system.
All other mains services are connected.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band D.
It should be noted the Annexe is also liable for Council Tax and is banded A.
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