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  • Bedrooms: 3

A beautifully presented three bedroom family home which has been tastefully modernised over the years including a quality shaker style kitchen, impressive conservatory to the rear making the most of the tranquil green outlook towards the meadows. The property also benefits from three WC's, one on each of the floors and another selling point is the link to the garage to the side and the two/three parking spaces in front.

Entrance Hall

Walk through the front door into the entrance hall where you have an attractive wood effect laminate flooring which is continued into the cloakroom and then through to the sitting room. There are doors leading to the kitchen, cloakroom and sitting room. Stairs then turn and rise to the first floor.


With a window to the front , WC and modern corner located wash hand basin with mono block mixer tap.


10' 9'' x 7' 11'' (3.27m x 2.41m)

Superb solid fitted kitchen with matching shaker style wall and base units and granite effect work tops with an inset composite style one and and quarter sink and drainer. Integrated appliances include the full height fridge freezer, dishwasher, eye level double oven and 5 ring gas hob with chimney style filter. There is space for a washing machine. There is a window to the front aspect and the lovely finishing touch is the beautiful stone tiled flooring.

Sitting Room

14' 7'' x 14' 7'' max (4.44m x 4.44m)

A good sized living room with storage under the stairs, window to the rear and a set of patio doors leading out to the rear garden. There is a gas fire place acting as the main focal point of the room in the center of the wall on the left hand side.

Conservatory / Dining Room

13' 8'' x 8' 3'' (4.16m x 2.51m)

This a great addition to the property and offers a peaceful get away to enjoy the garden and water meadow views, perfect to escape and read a book while listening to the birds outside.


With doors to the all the bedrooms and family bathroom. Hatch to the loft room with a pull down timber ladder. The loft room has a usable space and has the potential to be officially extended into.

Bedroom One

12' 4'' x 9' 6'' (3.76m x 2.89m)

A good sized main bedroom with two windows to the rear, overlooking the meadows and river. The room benefits from fitted wardrobes on the far wall.

Bedroom Two

9' 6'' x 7' 11'' (2.89m x 2.41m)

Good sized double room with built in double wardrobe.

Bedroom Three

6' 3'' x 6' 2'' (1.90m x 1.88m)

Window to the front, currently used as an office, however has been built and designed to fit a single bed and bedside table etc.

Family Bathroom

Window to the side and a suite comprising of the P-shaped bath with mains shower and side screen, wash hand basin, WC, down lights and centrally heated chrome towel radiator.

Loft Room (accessed via pull down ladder)

Great use of space up here, currently used as a spare bedroom with a en-suite WC, wash hand basin and also houses the combination boiler. The loft space is boarded and carpeted with safety banister and gate, overhead spotlights, radiator and a skylight window to the rear with views over the water meadows.


The front the property is approached over steps and there is shared gravel access to a courtyard parking area leading to the garage block. This property has parking for two/three vehicles to the front of the garage which has been converted to storage and an office/man cave 2.77m x 2.43m (9' 1" x 7' 11") with power and light. Behind the office there is a small storage area used as utility with ladder access to loft storage. There is gated side access to the rear garden which is laid to a large decked area with separate graveled space with circular stone patio. Steps lead up to the conservatory and there is side door access to the storage and office/man cave.


Mill Race View is positioned in the heart of Downton which 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 Cafe', churches, schools, and public houses, as well as the famous Cuckoo Fair held each May.

Communication links are excellent, with strong rail links to London Waterloo via Salisbury (around 83 minutes) or Southampton Airport Parkway (68 minutes). There is easy access to the main regional centres of Salisbury and the B3078 gives access to the M27 and thus opening up Southampton and the M3 corridor. The wide ranging opportunities of the New Forest National Park are only two miles from the village.

There is also first class schooling in the village with its own primary (OFSTED Outstanding) and secondary school, indeed the primary school has in recent years been recommended by The Tatler as one of the top ten best schools in the UK. There are also nearby independent preparatory schools such as Forres Sandle Manor, Chafyn Grove, Godolphin, the Salisbury Cathedral School and Leaden Hall. At senior level there is Canford, Godolphin, Winchester College, St Swithun's, Sherborne, Bryanston and Clayesmore. In the state sector, Salisbury has retained the grammar school model and these score very highly in the national league tables.

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Oliver Chandler

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