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3 bedroom cottage for sale

High Street, Durrington, Salisbury

Guide Price £385,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming Grade 2 listed cottage
  • Three bedrooms
  • Wonderful gardens
  • Substantial off road parking area
  • Fabulous conservatory
  • En suite and family bathroom
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room or Study
  • Popular village location

Full description

A charming GRADE 2 listed cottage with lovely gardens and generous off road parking situated in the popular village of Durrington. A viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the layout and accommodation of this superb cottage.

The Property - A beautiful Grade II listed thatched semi detached cottage located in the popular village of Durrington. Situated in the oldest part of Durrington it is believed that original part of the cottage is approximately 400 years old and offers characterful accommodation with many features including exposed beams and an Inglenook Fireplace. The extended downstairs living space includes a fitted country style kitchen, a good sized sitting room, dining room or study, a delightful conservatory which overlooks the garden and a family bathroom. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms with an en suite bathroom and built in wardrobes to the master bedroom. The cottage also benefits from a charming landscaped gardens which are well laid out and provide a lovely setting. there is a substantial off road parking area which is accessed from the rear. An internal viewing is essential to appreciate the quality of the home and all it has to offer.

The Location - 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 outdoor activities including horse riding, cycling and walking. Local facilities include three small supermarkets, schools for children of all ages, The Stonehenge Inn pub, a gym and swimming pool. Situated to the south is the Cathedral city of Salisbury which provides a further choice of schooling, shopping, restaurants, leisure facilities and a theatre. The city has a range of supermarkets as well as five Park & Ride services for ease of access 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).

Directions - From our Amesbury office on the High Street continue to the crossroads. At the crossroads turn left onto Countess Road and then proceed across the A303. Having crossed the A303 continue Countess Road. At the next roundabout take the third exit onto Larkhill Road, then immediately left onto Stonehenge Road. Follow the road all the way down, past the local Sainsbury shop on your right hand side, This is the beginning of High Street. Hollihurst Cottage can then be found shortly after, on the left hand side, just before the turning for Clover Lane.

Entrance Hall - Pedestrian gate from the High Street, gravel pathway to pedestrian gate and then door to entrance hall. The entrance hall provides an area which albeit small could accommodate a small desk and chair as study area. Slate flooring, radiator, window to side, opening into conservatory.

Bathroom - Bath with tiled walls splash back, electric shower unit. WC, inset wash hand basin with storage under, slate flooring, exposed ceiling beams, radiator, window to rear.

Sitting Room - 5.41m x 5.05m (17'8" x 16'6" ) - An impressive room with inglenook fire place and beam, open fire and hood, further recess suitable for TV etc. Exposed ceiling beams, radiator, window to front. Access to dining room/Study (currently used as 4th bedroom) Access to hallway and outside.

Dining Room - 3.02m x 2.67m (9'10" x 8'9" ) - Currently used as a 4th bedroom though would also make a useful study. Window to rear. Radiator. Part exposed brickwork and wall beam, exposed ceiling beam.

Kitchen - 3.91m x 3.61m (12'9" x 11'10" ) - Window to front aspect, fitted kitchen with a range of wooden fronted wall and base units, inset sink, 'Maia' work surfaces, plumbing and space for washing machine and dish washer, integrated under-counter fridge and freezer, gas cooker point with cooker hood over, central heating boiler within cupboard and radiator. Stable door to outside.

Conservatory - 4.01m x 3.66m (13'1" x 12'0") - A quality constructed addition to the cottage. Hardwood construction with double glazed windows. A very practical all year round room which provides direct access to the wonderful garden. Tiled flooring. Two radiators.

First Floor Landing - Access to loft space. Window to rear. Access to first floor rooms.

Master Bedroom - 3.61m x 3.51m (11'10" x 11'6" ) - Window to front. Original ceiling beams, double doors to wardrobes, radiator, door to en suite bathroom.

En Suite Bathroom - Bath with victorian style mixer tap shower attachment, tiled splash backs, WC, inset wash hand basin with cupboard under, radiator, exposed ceiling beams, extractor fan. Diamond shape internal window with leaded light.

Bedroom Two - 2.87m x 2.67m (9'4" x 8'9" ) - Window to rear, radiator.

Bedroom Three - 3.20m x 2.21m (10'5" x 7'3" ) - Window to rear, radiator.

Outside - Hollihurst Cottage has a wonderful garden. Access from the main hallway is a door to a private area with washed gravel, ideal area for alfresco dining, shrub area and brick edging, Mixture of fencing and mature hedging. From here, washed gravel pathway extends alongside of the conservatory and leads to the rear garden, from here there are railway sleeper steps leading up to further pathway, pond and seating area on raised deck with pergola. Further decked area, garden shed and gated access the parking.
The main garden is then predominantly laid to lawn with well stocked mature flower/shrub areas, delightful thatched summer house and further seating area. Further lawn area and gravel area, decking with sealed well. Access to conservatory and rear of sitting room.

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Summer House -

Parking - Vehicular access for parking is accessed from Clover Lane. Substantial parking area with gravel finish, one side with twin 5 bar gates, garden shed and gravel pathway to gated access to the garden.

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Decking -

Garden -

Stamp Duty - You will have to pay £9,250.00 in stamp duty.
You pay no stamp duty on the first £125,000, then 2% on £125,000 to £250,000 and 5% above £250,000.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
03 November 2016


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