A deceptively large four bedroom chalet bungalow offered to the market with no forward chain and the opportunity to add your own mark. The spacious accommodation includes a large ‘L’ shaped sitting room with a dual aspect, kitchen overlooking the garden with ample storage and work surface space as well as a dining room that flows from the kitchen. The family bathroom, a double bedroom and additional storage cupboard complete the ground floor. Upstairs offers three double bedrooms including the master with en-suite shower room and built in cupboard. Additional eaves storage can be located in each of the bedrooms. EPC: E.
Front: A pleasant combination of well-kept lawn, flower beds and tarmac driveway leading to the single garage of which also offers a fully insulated workshop/home office.
Rear: Spanning an impressive 82”ft the rear garden enjoys a Westerly facing aspect and is a truly delightful space. Comprising a patio accessed immediately from the rear of the property as well as a lawn area and separate flower bed/vegetable patch, the garden further benefits from a pond. Additional storage is provided via a free standing shed and greenhouse for potted plants.
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).
From our office on Salisbury Street, continue to the traffic lights and turn left onto Countess Road. At the roundabout take the second exit and continue along Countess Road (A345). At the next roundabout take the third exit on to Larkhill Road in the direction of Bulford and Durrington before taking the immediate turning on the left into Stonehenge Road. Proceed down the hill, passing the Sainsburys Local before turning right into Ridgmount.
News and Events: www.salisburyjournal.co.uk and www.spirefm.co.uk
Facts, Figures and History: www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Durrington,_Wiltshire
All mains services are connected.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band E
Strictly by appointment only.