3 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Stonehenge Road, Amesbury, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4

3 Bedroom Detached House - £525,000

Stonehenge Road, Amesbury, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4

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First listed on: 21st May 2019

Nearest stations: Salisbury (7.1 mi)Grateley (7.4 mi)

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Property Features

  • Entrance Hall
  • Kitchen
  • Dining Room
  • Sitting Room
  • Sun Room

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

A fantastic opportunity to purchase this detached character home dating from about 1929, and offering beautifully light and tastefully presented accommodation with a lovely south facing garden. An ideal family house, with the added potential for further extension, (subject to the necessary consents) or is perfect for someone wishing to downsize to a well-proportioned detached house in an elevated position on the western edge of the historic town of Amesbury. The accommodation consists of good sized entrance hall with cloakroom, a wonderful formal sitting room which leads into the garden room with wonderful views over the gardens, a dining room with double doors opening into the gardens, a good sized kitchen with a utility. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, the master suite having a good sized en-suite bathroom, and a further family bathroom servicing the remaining bedrooms. Properties like this are rarely available in this location and an internal inspection is thoroughly recommended.

Situation
Amesbury, the home of Stonehenge, is a small, historic town situated on the River Avon and bordering the beautiful and very highly sought after Woodford Valley.

The town offers traditional amenities which include supermarkets, independent shops, banks and a doctors surgery and there is also a weekly market (Wednesday) and monthly country market. For those with an interest in history, there is a fascinating museum, the World Heritage Stonehenge site and miles of interesting walks through the Millennium pathways and around the surrounding landscape. The Cathedral City of Salisbury is only about 8 miles to the south with its excellent shopping, educational and recreational amenities.

Transport links provide a huge draw to the area with easy access to the A303 as well as to the mainline railway station in Salisbury providing direct access to London Waterloo.

Outside
The gardens, although elevated above Stonehenge Road are level, with a the front garden approached from the road by steps up into a lawned area, with shrub borders and path leading to the front door. The rear gardens are particularly attractive, with a terrace leading from the garden room and dining room onto the well maintained gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders. At the bottom of the garden is a detached garage with good off road parking which is approached via a private lane off Stonehenge Road.
A fantastic opportunity to purchase this detached character home dating from about 1929, and offering beautifully light and tastefully presented accommodation with a lovely south facing garden. An ideal family house, with the added potential for further extension, (subject to the necessary consents) or is perfect for someone wishing to downsize to a well-proportioned detached house in an elevated position on the western edge of the historic town of Amesbury. The accommodation consists of good sized entrance hall with cloakroom, a wonderful formal sitting room which leads into the garden room with wonderful views over the gardens, a dining room with double doors opening into the gardens, a good sized kitchen with a utility. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, the master suite having a good sized en-suite bathroom, and a further family bathroom servicing the remaining bedrooms. Properties like this are rarely available in this location and an internal inspection is thoroughly recommended.

Situation
Amesbury, the home of Stonehenge, is a small, historic town situated on the River Avon and bordering the beautiful and very highly sought after Woodford Valley.

The town offers traditional amenities which include supermarkets, independent shops, banks and a doctors surgery and there is also a weekly market (Wednesday) and monthly country market. For those with an interest in history, there is a fascinating museum, the World Heritage Stonehenge site and miles of interesting walks through the Millennium pathways and around the surrounding landscape. The Cathedral City of Salisbury is only about 8 miles to the south with its excellent shopping, educational and recreational amenities.

Transport links provide a huge draw to the area with easy access to the A303 as well as to the mainline railway station in Salisbury providing direct access to London Waterloo.

Outside
The gardens, although elevated above Stonehenge Road are level, with a the front garden approached from the road by steps up into a lawned area, with shrub borders and path leading to the front door. The rear gardens are particularly attractive, with a terrace leading from the garden room and dining room onto the well maintained gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders. At the bottom of the garden is a detached garage with good off road parking which is approached via a private lane off Stonehenge Road.
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54 Castle Street

Salisbury

Wiltshire

SP1 1TT

Telephone: See phone number 01722417939

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