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Elizabeth Close, Downton, Salisbury, SP5

4 bedroom house in Downton

Guide price £369,950 Freehold

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A well-positioned family house for improvement with an established garden, in a leafy setting within easy reach of the facilities of the village.

Number two Elizabeth Close is a detached house circa 1960’s with an established garden in a charming leafy setting.

The property provides good size family accommodation across two floors, as described by the floor plans, with potential to improve and extend, subject to consents.

Of particular note is the open plan living space and large windows, typical of the period.

The copious facilities of the bustling village are close at hand.

EPC - D

Directions
The post code is SP5 3NU.

As you turn into Marie Avenue, Elizabeth Close is on the right hand side. Number two is the first property on the right.

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.

There are train links from Salisbury to London Waterloo and via Southampton Parkway Station. To the south, the M27 is around twelve miles. The New Forest is approximately two miles from the village.

There are two schools in the village, a primary (OFSTED Outstanding) and a secondary school.

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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A well-positioned family house for improvement with an established garden, in a leafy setting within easy reach of the facilities of the village.

Number two Elizabeth Close is a detached house circa 1960’s with an established garden in a charming leafy setting.

The property provides good size family accommodation across two floors, as described by the floor plans, with potential to improve and extend, subject to consents.

Of particular note is the open plan living space and large windows, typical of the period.

The copious facilities of the bustling village are close at hand.

EPC - D

Directions
The post code is SP5 3NU.

As you turn into Marie Avenue, Elizabeth Close is on the right hand side. Number two is the first property on the right.

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.

There are train links from Salisbury to London Waterloo and via Southampton Parkway Station. To the south, the M27 is around twelve miles. The New Forest is approximately two miles from the village.

There are two schools in the village, a primary (OFSTED Outstanding) and a secondary school.

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: 50.991091 Longitude: -1.75967