A substantial, detached, modern home with a double garage
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This handsome, detached red brick property offers comfortable, flexible and spacious accommodation, arranged over two floors. The property is light and airy, with well-proportioned reception rooms, clean, neutral décor and attractive sash windows throughout.
The house was originally constructed by the reputable building firm Mouldings and as such, there is a solidity of construction rarely found in modern homes today.
On the ground floor, the main reception room is the 20ft sitting room, which is dual aspect, and has French doors opening onto the garden. There is also a gas fireplace with an attractive stone surround. The dining room, provides further space in which to entertain, is south facing and benefits from light throughout the day. A separate study offers the perfect home working space, or could be utilised as a playroom if required.
The 25ft kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with wooden units to base and wall level, an integrated Neff oven and a gas hob. There is plenty of space for all of the necessary appliances as well as for a large table for casual dining.
Upstairs there are four similarly proportioned double bedrooms, all of which are dual aspect and two of which are en-suite. There is also a family bathroom. From the front bedrooms there are some attractive countryside views towards Milston.
At the entrance to the property there is a tarmac driveway, which provides plenty of parking space and leads to the double garage which has a convenient door into the kitchen/ breakfast room.
There are gardens to the front, side and rear of the house, which are mostly laid to lawn, with some paved terracing closest to the house.
The house is set back behind attractive parkland fencing, whilst the rear garden is level and southwest-facing, enjoying plenty of sunlight throughout the day.
The property is set in the older part of the village of Durrington, within the Conservation area, 10 miles north of the cathedral city of Salisbury. The village has a variety of everyday amenities, including local shops, a post office, a small supermarket, a village pub and a primary and secondary school, as well as a leisure centre with a swimming pool.
Further amenities and schooling can be found in Amesbury, while the cathedral city of Salisbury is within easy reach, providing an excellent selection of shops, leisure and cultural facilities.
The area is well connected by road, with the A345 providing easy access to Salisbury and its mainline station (1 hour 30 minutes to London Waterloo), and the A303 offering access to the M3, and towards the west country. There are also mainline stations at Grateley (1 hr 20 mins to London Waterloo) and Pewsey (65 mins to London Paddington).
The area is renowned for its excellent schools including Marlborough College, St Marys Calne, Dauntseys and Godolphin. Prep schools in the area include Farleigh (Andover), St Francis (Pewsey), Chafyn Grove and Cathedral School (Salisbury).
There is racing at Salisbury, Wincanton and Newbury, golf at Upavon and Marlborough. Local shoots and fishing are also available nearby.
There is close access to many riverside walks as well as access to Salisbury Plain which offers further walking and cycling.
From Salisbury, take the A345/Castle Road north from the city centre, and continue to follow the A345 for 7.5 miles. Arriving at the second exit to continue on the A345, and at the next roundabout, take the second exit to at the mini roundabout, and then turn right onto Hackthorne Road. You will find the property on your right, just before arriving at the war memorial.Read all
- Sitting room and Dining room
- Kitchen/ breakfast room
- Utility and Cloakroom
- Principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom
- 3 Further double bedrooms
- En-suite shower room
- Family bathroom
- Double garage