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Breamore Road, Downton, Salisbury, SP5

7 bedroom house in Downton

Guide price £750,000 Freehold

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A charming character property with a field (option retained), a lift and potential for an annex.
On the edge of a thriving village with excellent facilities.

Rivermead House has been a family home for our clients, with the flexible accommodation used as both home office space and as an informal annex for relatives.

The property was, we understand, formerly a care home (hence the lift).

The accommodation and garaging are as described within the floor plans

EPC -E

Agents notes:
Re: The Field
An option to buy the field once planning consent is obtained, is retained by the vendor for a period of twenty years. Details of which have been drafted by the vendor's solicitor, and are available to inspect at the agents offices.

Re: Shared driveway
The driveway is currently shared with a neighbouring property.

Re: The Lift
The lift is not currently required by the present owners and therefore servicing would be required before use. No known mechanical faults have been reported.

Photographs and floor plans produced April 2018

Directions
The postcode is SP5 3HW

Leave Salisbury via the A338 Downton Road and continue to Downton. At the traffic lights, continue straight on for 75 metres or so and you will see a gravelled drive on the right hand side marked with a sign for Rivermead House. Turn up the drive and the property can be found about 50 metres up.

Location
Downton is a thriving and long- standing community with a strong sense of identity. There are good local facilities in the village which include shops, doctors, dentist, tennis club, the Borough Café, churches, schools, and public houses, as well as the Cuckoo Fair, which is held in May.

Communication links are via a mainline railway station linking Salisbury to London Waterloo. Southampton Airport and Parkway Station are to the south, as the M27 Junction 1. Sailing is to be found at Lymington or Poole Harbour just over twenty miles away, together with some fine beaches. The sporting opportunities of the New Forest are approximately two miles from the village.

There is first class schooling in the village, with its own primary (OFSTED Outstanding) and secondary school, whilst independent preparatory schools are Forres Sandle Manor, Chafyn Grove, Godolphin, and the Salisbury Cathedral School. At senior level, there is Canford, Godolphin, Bryanston and Clayesmore. In the state sector, Salisbury has retained the grammar school model and these score well in the national league tables.

Inside Salisbury

from a local eye view

In the area

Salisbury is a bustling cathedral city of medieval grid pattern streets around the wonderful Close. The convergence of five rivers which make up the valleys that surround the Salisbury, this 'green city' offers a choice of great schools, a twice weekly Charter Market and some of the loveliest countryside in the country. A properly rural city with a busy cultural calendar and a pleasing blend of history and modernity.

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  • Henderson's Artisan Bakery & Cafe

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A charming character property with a field (option retained), a lift and potential for an annex.
On the edge of a thriving village with excellent facilities.

Rivermead House has been a family home for our clients, with the flexible accommodation used as both home office space and as an informal annex for relatives.

The property was, we understand, formerly a care home (hence the lift).

The accommodation and garaging are as described within the floor plans

EPC -E

Agents notes:
Re: The Field
An option to buy the field once planning consent is obtained, is retained by the vendor for a period of twenty years. Details of which have been drafted by the vendor's solicitor, and are available to inspect at the agents offices.

Re: Shared driveway
The driveway is currently shared with a neighbouring property.

Re: The Lift
The lift is not currently required by the present owners and therefore servicing would be required before use. No known mechanical faults have been reported.

Photographs and floor plans produced April 2018

Directions
The postcode is SP5 3HW

Leave Salisbury via the A338 Downton Road and continue to Downton. At the traffic lights, continue straight on for 75 metres or so and you will see a gravelled drive on the right hand side marked with a sign for Rivermead House. Turn up the drive and the property can be found about 50 metres up.

Location
Downton is a thriving and long- standing community with a strong sense of identity. There are good local facilities in the village which include shops, doctors, dentist, tennis club, the Borough Café, churches, schools, and public houses, as well as the Cuckoo Fair, which is held in May.

Communication links are via a mainline railway station linking Salisbury to London Waterloo. Southampton Airport and Parkway Station are to the south, as the M27 Junction 1. Sailing is to be found at Lymington or Poole Harbour just over twenty miles away, together with some fine beaches. The sporting opportunities of the New Forest are approximately two miles from the village.

There is first class schooling in the village, with its own primary (OFSTED Outstanding) and secondary school, whilst independent preparatory schools are Forres Sandle Manor, Chafyn Grove, Godolphin, and the Salisbury Cathedral School. At senior level, there is Canford, Godolphin, Bryanston and Clayesmore. In the state sector, Salisbury has retained the grammar school model and these score well in the national league tables.

Live like a local

  • Salisbury

Salisbury is a bustling cathedral city of medieval grid pattern streets around the wonderful Close. The convergence of five rivers which make up the valleys that surround the Salisbury, this 'green city' offers a choice of great schools, a twice weekly Charter Market and some of the loveliest countryside in the country. A properly rural city with a busy cultural calendar and a pleasing blend of history and modernity.

  • The Chapter House

  • Cafe Diwali

  • Henderson's Artisan Bakery & Cafe

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Latitude: 50.990499 Longitude: -1.759076