2 bedroom retirement property for saleShrewton, Salisbury
Guide Price £217,950
- LAST ONE REMAINING
- TWO BEDROOM TERRACED COTTAGE FOR THE OVER 55s
- SITTING ROOM
- KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
- EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
- GOTHIC STYLE WINDOWS TO BEDROOMS
- ALLOCATED PARKING
- SMALL GARDEN AREA TO FRONT AND COMMUNAL GARDEN AREA
No. 15 is a two bedroom terraced cottage and is located to the front of this new development for the over 55s being part of the former school house. The property has a number of interesting features including exposed beam work on the first floor and arched Gothic style windows in the bedrooms. Benefits include allocated parking for one car.
Directions - Leave Salisbury on the A360 Devizes Road and upon reaching the A303 junction continue forwards at the roundabout. At the next roundabout by the Stonehenge Visitors Centre turn left and continue into the village of Shrewton. At the mini-roundabout turn right into the High Street and the Old School Mews development can be found after approximately 200 yards on the right hand side.
Description - Old School Mews is an exclusive development of 14 properties for the over 55s with attractive and individually designed houses which have been finished to an exacting standard. The original school building has attractive brick and flint elevations and all the properties have well proportioned rooms and are newly carpeted and decorated with Farrow & Ball paint. The kitchens are provided by Harwoods of Winterbourne and they have integrated Neff appliances which all have 12 months warranties. All the properties have en-suite shower facilities, double glazing, efficient electric heating and designated off-road parking. There are also visitors spaces available within the development. There are also attractive communal garden areas. Old School Mews is centrally positioned within this popular village which has an excellent range of amenities including a convenience store, butchers, doctors surgeries, two public houses, a garage, village hall, churches, a vets and hairdressers. Amesbury (5 miles) and Salisbury (12 miles) are nearby as is the A303 which provides access to the West Country and to London. Nearby train stations are located in Salisbury, Grateley and Andover.
No. 15 Old School Mews is a deceptively spacious and characterful two bedroom terraced cottage forming part of the Old School House conversion. The property is located at the front of the development with well proportioned ground floor accommodation and interesting first floor accommodation with features including exposed beam work, Gothic style windows and brick and flint elevations. There is allocated parking for one car in addition to the visitors parking bays.
House Specifics - The accommodation is arranged as follows, all measurements being approximate:
Outside light Part glazed door to:
Entrance Hallway - Inset door mat, built-in cupboard with fuse box, large airing cupboard with hot water tank and shelf, inset spotlights, radiator, through to:
Kitchen/Dining Room - 4.53m x 2.94m (14'10" x 9'7") - (maximum measurements) Fitted with a range of cream-fronted base and wall units with roll top work surfaces, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap under window to front, integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven and hob with extractor hood over, inset spotlights, radiator, space for table and chairs, stairs. Doors to cloakroom and to:
Sitting Room - 5.22m x 3.39m (17'1" x 11'1") - Window to front, radiator, TV point, telephone point.
Cloakroom - Fitted with a low level WC, pedestal wash-hand basin, inset spotlights, extractor, heated towel rail.
Stairs To First Floor - Landing - Radiator, exposed beams, roof window, access to loft.
Bedroom One - 4.41m x 3.67m (14'5" x 12'0") - (sloping ceiling) Feature Gothic style window to front, velux window to front, exposed beam work, radiator. Door to:
En-Suite Shower Room - Fitted with a white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash-hand basin, shower cubicle, extractor, inset spotlights, heated towel rail.
Bedroom Two - 3.85m x 3.11m (12'7" x 10'2") - (sloping ceiling) Feature Gothic style arched window to front, velux window to front, exposed beam work, radiator.
Bathroom - Fitted with a white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash-hand basin, panelled bath with handheld shower over, exposed beam work, inset spotlights, extractor, heated towel rail.
Outside - There is a small garden area to the front in addition to the attractive communal garden areas.
Services - Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Provision for telephone subject to transfer regulations. Electric heating.
Outgoings - There is a service charge of £450 per annum which covers the upkeep of the communal areas including a gardener.
The Council Tax Band is to be assessed.
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