Littledown View, Great Durnford


  • No forward chain
  • Stunning rural view
  • Hugely popular rural village
  • Large dual aspect sitting room
  • Kitchen breakfast room
  • Three bedrooms (Two doubles)
  • South facing rear garden
  • Additional outside store
  • Opportunity to add your own mark
  • EPC: C

Property Summary

Offered to the market with no forward chain this three bedroom terrace house is a rare opportunity for anyone looking to add their own mark to a home in the ever popular village of Great Durnford. The ground floor comprises a large front to back sitting room including French Doors onto the garden, a generous kitchen breakfast room with multiple floor and wall mounted storage units and a separate WC. Upstairs the spacious room sizes continue with two double bedrooms and a further single as well as a modern three piece family bathroom. Both the front and rear of the home enjoys stunning rural views over open fields. EPC: C

Great Durnford is a charming village to the north of Salisbury with excellent communications being close to the A303. Salisbury and Grateley train stations are on the main line to London Waterloo with a regular service. The village itself provides a wide range of rural activities such as riding, walking and fishing on the River Avon set amongst the delightful countryside. Great Durnford falls among the he Woodford Valley that has a number of well-regarded public houses including the Black Horse in the village.

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.

A303 (London/Exeter) 5.5m, Amesbury 6m, Salisbury 7m, Andover 18m, Southampton 30m, Bournemouth 35m. Trains to London Waterloo: Salisbury (85 mins).

Front: Shielded from the road, 16 Littledown View is accssed via a footpath leading to just four properties. A well-kept lawn and mature hedge add colour to the property.

Rear: Enjoying a Southerly aspect the rear garden is a delightful space combining patio and lawn areas as well as multiple flower beds. A brick built store offers additional storage space whilst a low level gate provides the all-important access into the rear garden.

From our Amesbury office proceed out of the town towards Salisbury via A345. Continue straight over once reaching White Railings Roundabout and follow the A345 until turning right at the cross roads at High Post following the signs to Great Durnford. Continue 0.8 miles before turning right onto Jubilee Hill and then entering the village itself. Littledown View will be the first turning on the left and No.16 can be found set back from the road accessed via a footpath.

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Council Tax
Wiltshire Council Tax Band B.

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