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West Wick, Downton, Salisbury, SP5

5 bedroom house in Downton

Guide price £599,950 Freehold

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Rare Opportunity to Purchase a Modern 5 Bedroom Detached Property in a Cul De Sac in the Popular Village of Downton

This modern family home located in the popular village of Downton boasts of five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a double garage and front and rear gardens.

The contemporary kitchen with many integral appliances, retains the fresh feel of family living with a snug and French windows leading onto the south easterly facing landscaped rear garden for al fresco dining.

The triple aspect sitting area also benefits from garden access ensuring full advantage can be taken of the rear garden.

The stairs lead you to the master bedroom with en-suite and a further 4 bedrooms, decorated neutrally ready for you to put your stamp on.

Solar panels assist with heating the hot water.

The property has an active NHBC license expiring in 2022.


Council Tax Band: F
EPC: B

Directions
Postcode: SP5 3FH

Heading from Salisbury, take the A338 Downton Road.
Once in Downton take the turning on the right just before the Post Office into Wick Lane.
Take the 3rd left into West Wick and follow the road round to the right until you reach a paved cul de sac. The house for sale is the detached property with a double garage and a hedged front garden.

Location
Downton benefits from a range of local facilities which include shops, doctors, dentist, tennis club, the Borough Café, churches, schools, and public houses.

This part of Wiltshire is a location which is as beautiful as it is varied, characterised by rolling chalk down lands and tree-lined river valleys. The City of Salisbury, around six miles away, stands proudly within the landscape and is known as the “City in the countryside”. Salisbury is awash with historic streets and alleyways, charming half-timbered buildings, myriad restaurants, cafes and bars and characterful shopping. At a more prosaic level, the city has a good range of supermarkets including Waitrose, Sainsburys, Marks and Spencer, a great many independent shops, and a twice weekly market in the Square.

Communication links are excellent, with a mainline railway station linking Salisbury to London Waterloo. Southampton Airport and Parkway Station are to the south, as the M27 Junction 1.

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.

More about the Area

What's popular in Salisbury?

  • The White Hart

  • Charter 1227

  • Henderson's Artisan Bakery & Cafe

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Rare Opportunity to Purchase a Modern 5 Bedroom Detached Property in a Cul De Sac in the Popular Village of Downton

This modern family home located in the popular village of Downton boasts of five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a double garage and front and rear gardens.

The contemporary kitchen with many integral appliances, retains the fresh feel of family living with a snug and French windows leading onto the south easterly facing landscaped rear garden for al fresco dining.

The triple aspect sitting area also benefits from garden access ensuring full advantage can be taken of the rear garden.

The stairs lead you to the master bedroom with en-suite and a further 4 bedrooms, decorated neutrally ready for you to put your stamp on.

Solar panels assist with heating the hot water.

The property has an active NHBC license expiring in 2022.


Council Tax Band: F
EPC: B

Directions
Postcode: SP5 3FH

Heading from Salisbury, take the A338 Downton Road.
Once in Downton take the turning on the right just before the Post Office into Wick Lane.
Take the 3rd left into West Wick and follow the road round to the right until you reach a paved cul de sac. The house for sale is the detached property with a double garage and a hedged front garden.

Location
Downton benefits from a range of local facilities which include shops, doctors, dentist, tennis club, the Borough Café, churches, schools, and public houses.

This part of Wiltshire is a location which is as beautiful as it is varied, characterised by rolling chalk down lands and tree-lined river valleys. The City of Salisbury, around six miles away, stands proudly within the landscape and is known as the “City in the countryside”. Salisbury is awash with historic streets and alleyways, charming half-timbered buildings, myriad restaurants, cafes and bars and characterful shopping. At a more prosaic level, the city has a good range of supermarkets including Waitrose, Sainsburys, Marks and Spencer, a great many independent shops, and a twice weekly market in the Square.

Communication links are excellent, with a mainline railway station linking Salisbury to London Waterloo. Southampton Airport and Parkway Station are to the south, as the M27 Junction 1.

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.

  • Tesco Extra is the larger mainly out-of-town hypermarket format of Tesco. They sell food, drink, toiletries and other household goods. They also offer a wide range of services, from loans to home shopping. Mobile top up cards and scratchcards are also available.

  • The Chapter House

  • The White Hart

  • Cafe Diwali

  • Boots The Chemist

    Boots is a chain of chemists offering a wide range of general health and hygiene items as well as providing cosmetics, toiletries and medicines. They also sell camera film, travel essentials and a selection of sweets and snacks.

  • Barclays Bank PLC

    Barclays Bank PLC is a high street bank with branches throughout the UK. They offer many services including personal banking, loans and advice when purchasing a home or a car.

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