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  • Bedrooms: 3
DESCRIPTION: This is a rare opportunity to purchase a Victorian detached house built around 1900 of brick elevations under a tiled roof and set in a large garden of approximately half an acre. There is frontage onto Junction Road of approximately forty metres with average depth of fifty metres. The house occupies one side of the overall plot therefore giving potential for a separate building plot to the side.

The house has the benefit of gas fired central heating and the accommodation at present comprises: Reception hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility and shower room on the ground floor with three bedrooms on the first floor. There is an attached garage, ample parking and the house itself has great potential for extension and modernisation in its own right. The grounds are mainly laid to lawn and is somewhat overgrown at present but there is enormous potential with this property.

LOCATION: The property fronts onto Junction Road, an unadopted private road with gravel finish. It is located within reach of the centre of the village of Alderbury with its excellent facilities including two public houses, primary school, village hall, church, recreation ground and two shops. There is also a regular bus service running to Salisbury some four miles to the west where there are further good facilities including a main line railway station, shops and supermarkets, schools and leisure facilities including a cinema and playhouse.

Alderbury is also within easy reach of Romsey, Southampton, Portsmouth, the New Forest and the south coast.


RECEPTION HALL: With stairs leading off.

SITTING ROOM: 4.02m x 3.39m (13' 2" x 11' 1") With tiled fireplace and radiator.

DINING ROOM: 3.99m x 3.88m (13' 1" x 12' 8") With tiled fireplace, radiator and under stairs cupboard.

KITCHEN: 3.07m x 2.04m (10' 0" x 6' 8") With single drainer sink unit, electric cooker point, Worcester boiler for domestic hot water and central heating, large storage cupboard, larder cupboard, shelving and radiator.

SIDE HALL: With larder and door to garden.

UTILITY ROOM: With plumbing and drainage for washing machine, wash hand basin, radiator and electric fire.

SHOWER ROOM: With fitted Mira shower, wash hand basin, WC and radiator.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING: With access to loft.

BEDROOM 1: 4.11m x 3.39m (13' 5" x 11' 1") With cupboard, radiator and fireplace.

BEDROOM 2: 3.99m x 3.39m (13' 1" x 11' 1") With cupboard and radiator.

BEDROOM 3: 3.25m x 2.67m (10' 7" x 8' 9") With cupboard and radiator.

OUTSIDE: The property has frontage onto Junction Road of approximately forty metres with vehicle access leading to a carport adjacent to the house. There is also a storage shed. The plot has an average depth of some fifty metres and therefore extends to half an acre. There is great redevelopment potential of the whole plot subject to the normal planning approvals being obtained.

SERVICES: All mains services are connected to the property. suggests that maximum speeds of 73 Mb are available with Superfast Fibre 2 Broadband through BT.

AGENTS NOTE: The original deeds to the property have covenants for the benefit of the Longford Estate stating that in brief only one dwelling should be erected on this plot subject to plans being approved by the Longford Estate. Therefore if further development is required with a second dwelling on the plot, then any purchaser should discuss this with the Longford Estate directly for any conditions involved. Telephone 01722 411616.

The deeds also state that the purchaser should not carry on any trade, business or manufacture on the property.

The vendors will place an overage clause on the side garden of the property so that if planning permission is granted for a separate dwelling within the next twenty-five years, then thirty percent of the increase in value of this area of land will be paid to them by the purchasers.

Arrange viewing 01722 238110

McKillop & Gregory - Salisbury

44 Castle Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 3TS

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