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Bedrooms: 3

DESCRIPTION: This is a delightful semi detached Victorian cottage built in the 1950s of rendered elevations under a slate roof. The cottage has been modernised in recent years and has the benefit of double glazing as well as oil fired central heating system. A large conservatory has been added to the rear forming a dining room and the kitchen has also been upgraded.

The cottage is set in a good sized garden with private parking and carport and workshop adjacent to the lane at the rear. There is a further area of garden with vegetables and orchard and a most useful office/studio. There are lovely views over the Bourne Valley from this area of garden.

LOCATION: The property is located on the edge of Porton in an elevated position. The village has good facilities including a shop/post office, schools, church, public house and garden centre. There is a local bus service running to Salisbury approximately six miles away and here there are good further facilities including a mainline railway station, good shops and supermarkets, range of shops and supermarkets and leisure facilities including a cinema and playhouse.

RECEPTION HALL: With stairs leading off to first floor, radiator.

SITTING ROOM: 13' 3" x 13' 1" (4.04m x 3.99m) With attractive open fireplace, fitted shelving, television aerial point, radiator.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 21' 9" x 10' 11" (6.63m x 3.33m) With single drainer sink unit with drawers and cupboards below, further good range of built in base and drawer units, fitted dishwasher, fitted four ring Range master with griddle, Worcester oil fired boiler for domestic hot water and central heating, two large storage cupboards, walk in larder with shelving, fitted wall cupboards, extractor fan, plumbing and drainage for washing machine, breakfast bar, wood laminate flooring, television aerial point, two radiators.

CONSERVATORY: 22' 0" x 13' 8" (6.71m x 4.17m) (maximum measurements). With tiled floor, two radiators and blinds to roof. Doors to garden.

ON THE FIRST FLOOR LANDING: Access to loft space.

BEDROOM 1: 13' 8" x 11' 1" (4.19m x 3.38m) With attractive old brick fireplace, radiator.

BEDROOM 2: 10' 9" x 7' 5" (3.30m x 2.27m) With radiator and wash hand basin.

BEDROOM 3: 9' 4" x 9' 3" (2.87m x 2.82m) With radiator, telephone point.

BATHROOM: With refurbished panel bath with power shower, wash hand basin, WC, fitted cupboards, fitted mirror, heated towel rail, airing cupboard with shelving and further storage cupboard.

OUTSIDE: To the rear of the property there is a former garage now a WORKSHOP 5.49m x 2.90m with power and light and a CARPORT to the side with further parking space. There is a gate leading down to the house with raised terrace, rockery with flowerbeds and shrubs and a storage shed. There is an area of lawn to the side with further ornamental trees and a path to the front leading down to Tidworth Road. There is a further area of garden a short distance from the property at the end of the lane with the OFFICE/STUDIO 5.97m x 2.87m with timber cladding with a felt roof. This office has power and light and water laid on. There is a further vegetable area of garden near to the office and lovely views over the Bourne Valley.

SERVICES: Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property.

COUNCIL TAX: Band D £1,466.95

Neighbourhood average sold house prices

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