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The best of both worlds

Town and country, old and new; to combine the two is surely the best of both worlds. This balance can be found at The Thatch, an enchanting Grade II Listed attached cottage, overlooking The Green. The Thatch is a charming cottage, beautifully presented and rich in character. With flexible accommodation, and lovely natural light, in a riverside village next to Salisbury, and dating from the eighteenth century. It has incorporated a shop on its north side in years gone by. The property has been renovated, combining traditional and contemporary materials, to create a relevant modern home. The accommodation is rich in character and features, including an exposed well. It is also light, due to a west: east orientation and dual aspect rooms. Rooms are well presented and offer flexibility, with two staircases and two front doors. The garden has been landscaped to create three levels. It is essentially low maintenance, leading up to a decked terrace which catches the later afternoon sun, with Salisbury to the west. The Thatch is situated on the eastern side of The Green. Laverstock is a village on the eastern side of Salisbury. It is the site of a settlement since the sixth century and lies on the east bank of the River Bourne with rising downland on its eastern boundary and water meadows stretching out to the west . Its name signifies 'the village of the lark.' It is a thriving village with a church and a store. There are four schools - one primary (St Andrews) and three secondary (St Edmunds Girls, St Josephs Catholic and Wyvern College). Salisbury is a mile or so to the West, with the station around two miles. The copious facilities of this wonderful city include an excellent choice of schools, a twice weekly charter market and an abundance of independent shops and eateries. Laverstock is convenient for commuting by car, being on the eastern side of Salisbury. The A303, Test Valley and A34, A36 and M3/ M27 motorways are reachable. The Thatch, The Green, Laverstock, guide price £440,000 Winkworth Salisbury

Town and country, old and new; to combine the two is surely the best of both worlds. This balance can be found at The Thatch, an enchanting Grade II Listed attached cottage, overlooking The Green.

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The Thatch is a charming cottage, beautifully presented and rich in character. With flexible accommodation, and lovely natural light, in a riverside village next to Salisbury, and dating from the eighteenth century.

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It has incorporated a shop on its north side in years gone by. The property has been renovated, combining traditional and contemporary materials, to create a relevant modern home.

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The accommodation is rich in character and features, including an exposed well. It is also light, due to a west: east orientation and dual aspect rooms. Rooms are well presented and offer flexibility, with two staircases and two front doors.

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The garden has been landscaped to create three levels. It is essentially low maintenance, leading up to a decked terrace which catches the later afternoon sun, with Salisbury to the west.

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The Thatch is situated on the eastern side of The Green. Laverstock is a village on the eastern side of Salisbury. It is the site of a settlement since the sixth century and lies on the east bank of the River Bourne with rising downland on its eastern boundary and water meadows stretching out to the west . Its name signifies 'the village of the lark.'

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It is a thriving village with a church and a store. There are four schools - one primary (St Andrews) and three secondary (St Edmunds Girls, St Josephs Catholic and Wyvern College).

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Salisbury is a mile or so to the West, with the station around two miles. The copious facilities of this wonderful city include an excellent choice of schools, a twice weekly charter market and an abundance of independent shops and eateries.

Laverstock is convenient for commuting by car, being on the eastern side of Salisbury. The A303, Test Valley and A34, A36 and M3/ M27 motorways are reachable.

The Thatch, The Green, Laverstock, guide price £440,000

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