The Dene, Hindon
£375,000 Guide Price
Property SummaryPositioned in a quiet tucked away location, within the ever-popular Nadder Valley Village of Hindon, is this surprisingly spacious detached bungalow that offers an excellent level of well presented accommodation.
Positioned in a quiet tucked away location, within the ever-popular Nadder Valley Village of Hindon, is this surprisingly spacious detached bungalow that offers an excellent level of well presented accommodation.
The flexible accommodation has a very homely feel throughout and includes an entrance hall, kitchen / breakfast room, sitting room, two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is also useful loft room which could have all manner of possibilities subject to the relevant consents.
Externally there is a detached single garage, with a further storage shed attached, off-road parking and gardens to the front and rear.
The property is accessed off of the Dene, a quiet no through lane close to Hindon High Street. The driveway provides off road parking and access to the single garage that offers an up and over door.
A pathway then leads to the front door.
The property has gardens to the front, side and rear providing sun throughout the day, with a combination of lawn, mature shrubs and paved areas giving space for outdoor entertaining.
In addition, there is a further garden shed and greenhouse.
The village of Hindon is in a Conservation Area in the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hindon was a market town but is now a beautiful thriving friendly organised village offering excellent amenities for its size, including an excellent award winning Doctors’ Surgery, a happy Primary School (good results), an excellent Community Shop and Post Office, CofE church, two public houses (The Lamb and The Grosvenor), a Sports and Social Club, a playground, and allotments for those with green fingers. As well as boasting a number of stunning countryside walks.
There are very good state and public schools in the area. The village has easy road access (2 miles) to the A303, and SW trains run from Tisbury (3 miles) to London Waterloo and Exeter. Shaftesbury is approximately 8 miles away, the historical cathedral city of Salisbury 19 Miles away.
The property is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage, along with oil fired central heating.
The sellers inform us that the oil fired boiler and water tank have been recently replaced.
Wiltshire Council Tax, Band D.
Strictly by appointment, only with Boatwrights.
01747 859 359.