Durrington, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Constructed in 2012 and occupied from new by the current owners, 55 Clover Lane is a smart three-storey town house forming part of a small development with access to local amenities and local schooling. The accommodation is versatile with a generous kitchen and single reception room on the ground floor; this room leads to a lovely south-facing terraced/patio garden with seating areas and soft landscaping. The first floor has two further double bedrooms, the family bathroom and a fourth (single) bedroom or excellent study. The entire second floor is given over to the master suite which includes a fabulous 21 ft. double aspect bedroom with fitted wardrobes and cupboards and a large ensuite.

The property is offered for sale in very good order throughout, it is fully double glazed, and centrally heated via a mains gas fired boiler to radiators and has the benefit of the residue of a ten year NHBC.

The house is one of three in a terrace, this being at the end with a good sized plot (reputedly the largest on the development) which includes open-plan front and side gardens. The outside deck has external power and floor level lighting. There is a gate leading into the rear garden from which there is a pedestrian access into the garage. The garage is accessed via a separate drive, has an up and over door, power, charging point for hybrid vehicles, light and excellent eaves storage. There is also additional three car parking on the drive.

Durrington is accessible off the A303, is well served with facilities including supermarkets, petrol station/garage, two public houses, swimming pool fitness/sports centre and schools. The historical site of Stonehenge is approximately two miles distant and the country town of Amesbury approximately one mile to the south. Amesbury has a variety of shops including two supermarkets (Tesco and Aldi), butcher, greengrocer, baker, leisure centre and medical facilities. The cathedral city of Salisbury is approximately 10 miles to the south and has a fine range of social and educational amenities including the Salisbury Playhouse, Arts Centre and cinema, restaurants, a thriving market and a variety of state and private primary and secondary schools. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club and recreation ground and three tennis clubs. Salisbury There is also a mainline rail service to London's Waterloo, (journey time 90 minutes) and the West Country. Durrington is well placed for easy access 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 - D - £1,878.04 for year 2020/2021. Gas central heating. Fully double glazed. All main services connected.

DIRECTIONS: From Salisbury proceed in a northerly direction along the A345 into and through the country town of Amesbury. At the Countess Roundabout continue straight across onto Countess Road (A345). At the next roundabout take the third exit onto Larkhill Road followed immediately by the first turning left onto Stonehenge Road. Follow the road passing the Sainsbury's supermarket on the right hand side and you are now on the High Street. Follow the road passing Pinkneys Way on the left, stay on the High Street and Clover Lane will be found on the left hand side after a short distance.

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