Tidworth Road, Porton

£625,000 Offers in Excess of

  • Substantial, Detached Bungalow Of Over 2100 Sqft
  • Approaching 0.5 Acre Plot
  • Flexible Accommodation
  • Popular, Well-Connected Village
  • Gardens Backing Onto Farmland
  • Annexe Potential
  • Potential To Extend & Develop (STPC)
  • Ample Off Road Parking
  • Viewing Highly Recommended
  • EPC: E

Property Summary

Positioned within a plot of nearing half an acre, this detached bungalow offers versatile accommodation totalling in excess of 2100 square feet. Comprising of three reception rooms, four bedrooms, a 21ft kitchen and numerous additional study / family rooms, the property can be adapted to suit many a family need. The main sitting room is positioned to the rear of the property and enjoys a double aspect to include views of the garden along with a fireplace for additional warmth. Finished to a modern standard, the kitchen incorporates several wall and floor mounted storage cupboards, multiple free standing appliance spaces and plentiful work surfaces. A further highlight of the kitchen is the vast array of natural light provided by wall-to-wall windows and a French Door that leads onto the courtyard patio. Furthermore, the formal dining room again enjoys a dual aspect with natural light from both sides. The principal bedroom benefits from an en-suite shower room whilst the three remaining bedrooms are all of comfortable double proportion. If desired, the right wing of the property would form an ideal annexe as the accommodation includes a bedroom, family room and bathroom complete with a private front door, aside from the main residence. An internal viewing of this property is highly recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation available. EPC: E.

Porton is a popular village situated in the Bourne Valley, between Amesbury and Salisbury, and has a local shop, Post Office, church, primary school, doctor’s surgery, pub and a garden/pet centre. Porton has a number of paths and bridleways which provide direct access onto the countryside.

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 (Exeter/London) 6m, Salisbury 7m, Amesbury 5m, Andover 15m.
Trains to London Waterloo: Salisbury (85 mins), Grateley 8m (80 mins).

Front: Enclosed via wooden picket fencing and a gateway, the front of the property provides ample, gravelled, off road parking. A raised level lawn, array of flower beds and established hedge lines provide colour and privacy.

Rear: Proving to be a particular highlight of the property, the rear gardens offer an attractive combination of lawned areas, manicured flowerbeds and an orchard with a variety of fruit trees. Immediately accessed from the property itself is a sizable patio ideal for alfresco dining. Of true delight are the far-reaching ends of the garden that back onto open farmland to offer countryside views coupled with complete privacy. Conveniently positioned throughout the grounds you’ll find a summer house, potting sheds, and multiple green houses.

From our offices, turn right onto Amesbury High Street to the traffic lights and turn right. At the roundabout follow the A345 toward Salisbury. Go straight ahead at the next roundabout, then take the filter road left onto the Winterslow Road (signposted Porton) and continue along until the crossroads. Turn left and remain on the A345 for approximately 0.2 miles in which the property can then be found on your left-hand side.


All mains services are connected.

Council Tax
Wiltshire Council Tax Band E.

Strictly by appointment only with Boatwrights.

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