Tidworth Road, Boscombe
Property SummaryBoatwrights Estate Agents are delighted to offer to the market this stunning two bedroom period cottage with oak framed vaulted ceilings, Indian sandstone flooring and braced and latched doors throughout. The accommodation comprises two double bedrooms both with en-suite and storage space, a breath taking kitchen breakfast room which enjoys a dual aspect including French Doors out onto the garden and a sizeable living space which again features the vaulted ceilings and a log burner to complete the ambiance of the property. Having been recently redecorated throughout the property is in immaculate condition and forms a truly unique opportunity to purchase a spectacular character home within easy access to both Salisbury and Amesbury or the A303. EPC: D.
The village of Boscombe is located on the A338 in the Bourne Valley with road links to Amesbury and Salisbury. There is also a regular bus service to Salisbury. The village hosts the church of St Andrew which dates from the 14th century and is Grade I listed.
Nearby Amesbury has further amenities including a choice of supermarkets, pubs, doctors, dentists, a library, restaurants and plenty of local shops, including a butcher and bakeries. There are also schools for all ages. Local events include a weekly market in Amesbury, the Newton Tony ‘Dogs Trust’ Show, Amesbury Carnival and Durrington Festival. 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 5 Park & Ride services for ease of access into the city centre.
A303 (London/Exeter) 2.5m, Amesbury 4m, Salisbury 8.5m, Andover 12m. Trains: Salisbury (London Waterloo 85 mins).
From Amesbury take the A345 south towards Salisbury. A mile out of Amesbury take the left turn signposted for Porton. Follow this road around the airfield and down into the village. At the crossroads turn left onto the A338 and continue until reaching the village of Boscombe. Once passing through the village, the property can be found on your left hand side immediately after the turning for Boscombe Lower Bridge.
Outside: Of huge benefit to the property is the level parking for two traditional vehicles before steps lead down into the garden. Taking full advantage of the Southerly aspect the garden is a truly delightful space comprising a lawn, gravelled hard standing area and several flower borders. It is from the garden that the view across open countryside can be fully appreciated.
Council Tax (
Wiltshire Council Tax Band C.
Mains water, electric and drainage are connected to the property.
Strictly by appointment with Boatwrights.