Netheravon, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Fronting directly onto the High Street, 1 Crusader Cottages is a two bedroom, mid-terrace village home with a small open plan rear courtyard/sitting area and a dedicated parking space.

The accommodation is surprisingly spacious with a good size entrance hall giving access to a ground floor cloakroom and a fabulous open-plan, double aspect living space which has been completely re-designed and re-modelled. The kitchen area has been newly refitted with an excellent range of Howdens contemporary units with cupboards, drawers and work surfaces - appliances include a Lamona dishwasher, 4 ring electric hob, double oven and extractor hood, the living area is spacious with a central fireplace and a newly installed multi-fuel burner whilst the dining area comfortably accommodates a table and four chairs. Overall the living space is well proportioned, well planned and comfortable. Additionally, access to the rear courtyard is gained from the kitchen area. The spacious first-floor landing is flooded with light with a high vaulted ceiling with exposed characterful timbers. Both bedrooms are of a good size and the bathroom is light, airy and well-fitted.

Offered for sale in excellent order, the cottage is fully double glazed and heated via Heatstore dynamic radiators which have just been installed. The property is offered for sale with vacant possession.

Although 1 Crusader Cottages is regarded as the ideal first-time purchase, it would also definitely suit a purchaser looking for a lock up and leave, retirement cottage or, as the property had been let in the past for almost ten years, a most appealing buy-to-let investment.

Netheravon lies approximately 3.5 miles to the north of the market town of Amesbury. The rural village has a general store, All Saints Church and there is a parachuting school nearby. Amesbury has a variety of shops, an Aldi and a large Tesco, butcher, baker and a leisure centre (both in the town and in nearby Durrington) and a number of popular infant, junior and secondary schools. The cathedral city of Salisbury, some 10 miles to the south, has an excellent range of shops, sports and social amenities plus schools in the private and state sector. Furthermore, the city has a mainline rail station serving London's Waterloo and the West Country. The A303, between Netheravon and Amesbury has easy links via the M3 to Basingstoke, Reading and London, as well as being on the main route to Devon and Cornwall.

TENURE AND SERVICES Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax Band: Band C - £1,607.90 for year 2019-20. All mains services connected. Electric heating. Fully double glazed.

DIRECTIONS: From Salisbury proceed in a northerly direction along the A345 (Castle Road) and follow the road into the market town of Amesbury. Proceed through Amesbury to the Countess Roundabout and continue straight across, still following the A345 signposted Marlborough/Pewsey. Follow the road to the next roundabout and proceed straight across passing Durrington which will be on your right. Continue to follow the road for approximately 4 miles, turning right towards Netheravon village just before the Dog and Gun public house. Follow the road and the cottage will be found on the left hand side clearly identified by the Baxters For Sale sign.

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