The Old Barn, Angel Lane, Hindon, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Desirable village

2 Reception rooms

Kitchen and Utility

Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom

3 Further bedrooms and family bathroom

Double garage


The Old Barn is a splendid detached family home, with three bedrooms and welcoming accommodation. The property offers light and airy flexible accommodation making it ideal for family living.

On the ground floor of the property you will find a spacious and comfortable dual-aspect sitting room, with a fireplace, fitted with a woodburning stove, and French doors opening onto the south-facing gardens. The dining room is a good size, while the kitchen is fitted with cupboards at base and wall level, with integrated appliances.

Upstairs there are four well-proportioned bedrooms one of which is currently used as an office. The master bedroom has a dual aspect and an en suite shower room, while there is also a family bathroom with an over-bath shower.

The Old Barn is situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Hindon, a highly desirable conservation village in the sought-after Nadder Valley in the Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hindon has excellent facilities for a community of its size including a shop/post office, primary school, doctor's surgery, church, playground and two well-known dining pubs, The Lamb and The Angel. Tisbury provides a selection of everyday amenities, including several shops, cafés and pubs, plus a mainline station offering direct services to London Waterloo. Both Salisbury and Shaftesbury provide a comprehensive range of

educational, shopping and recreational facilities. There is easy access to the A303 which gives access to the south west and to London via the M3.

There are a number of excellent schools within reach including Port Regis, Sandroyd, Hazelgrove, Handford, Clayesmore, Sherborne, Bryanston, St. Mary's Shaftesbury and Downside. The Old Barn also lies within the catchment area for Salisbury's outstanding boys' and girls' Grammar schools.

To the front of the property there is a walled courtyard, with gates opening onto a large gravel driveway in front of the double garage. There are solar panels on the back of the garage and utility room. To the rear there are landscaped south-facing gardens, with an area of paved terracing, and steps and pathways leading through raised flowerbeds and rockeries, stocked with plants, shrubs and trees, to an elevated terrace area.

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