Idmiston Road, Porton


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A light and airy, detached bungalow with delightful views.

Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast/living room, three bedrooms, shower room, garage, gardens and off street parking.

Situated in a quiet and elevated position, Troutbeck is an appealing, detached bungalow which has been very well maintained over the years. Typical of its age, the property has large windows, making it very light and making the most of the delightful, far reaching views over adjoining farmland and also the gardens.

The village of Porton has good local amenities including a primary school, post office and shop, a doctor s surgery, takeaway, hairdressers, garage and both Baptist and Anglican churches. There is a regular bus service to Salisbury (five miles away) which has a further, comprehensive range of facilities including shopping, educational, leisure and cultural as well as the mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey approximately 90 minutes). Salisbury also supports a well thought of playhouse and twice weekly charter market.

The property is approached via a gravel drive and from here, the sheltered front door opens into the:


Wide and welcoming with space for some pieces of furniture. Built in airing cupboard with pressurised hot water tank, slatted shelving and the Worcester gas fired boiler for central heating and hot water. Hatch to loft space with pull down ladder, electric light and partial boarding.


A light room with a wide window overlooking the front garden and with glazed double doors opening out onto the side garden, with some far reaching views. Built in bookshelves with storage below, three wall light points, attractive fireplace with marble surround and hearth and a gas fire set in. Television point, door to kitchen/breakfast room.


Truly the hub of the property, this a light and airy living space with some very appealing views. Naturally dividing into separate areas, the kitchen has a tiled floor and is fitted with and extensive range of wooden fronted, high and low level storage units with a built in range of Miele slimline dishwasher, Neff undercounter fridge, freezer and electric oven. Space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a height fridge. The worktop incorporates a 1 bowl, stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with mixer taps over) and a Neff, four ring halogen hob (with extractor hood over). Tiled splashbacks, under unit lighting, built in breakfast bar, ceiling spotlights. Pantry cupboard, store cupboard, tiled floor and a door to the garden.

A wide archway leads to the living area which currently doubles up as space for sitting and dining. It is a very successful addition to the property with windows on three sides making the most of the delightful views. Tiled floor, stable door to the garden, two wall light points.


Currently used as a study, this is a good sized double room with a window overlooking the front garden. Telephone point.


Actually the principal bedroom, this has windows on two sides and two built in double wardrobes. Wall light point.


With a wide window overlooking adjoining fields and with a good range of built in wardrobes. Wall light point.


Fitted with a white suite of low level WC, wash hand basin set into a vanitory unit (with light above) and enclosed shower cubicle with Mira mixer shower. Attractive tiling, tiled floor, extractor fan. Wall mounted medicine cabinet.


Troutbeck sits in appealing grounds; there is a gravel parking and turning area which leads to the detached, single garage (20 x 11 5 ). This has an up and over door, electric light and power and a pedestrian door to the garden. At the rear of the garage is a workshop with a workbench.

The gardens are a particular delight and surround the property with various secluded places in which to sit out and enjoy the views. These grounds are laid predominately laid to lawn with mature edging beds containing a variety of flowering plants, shrubs and spring bulbs. There are specimen and fruit trees, an outside tap, external power and lighting and a useful garden shed.


Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are available.




Band D. Charge for 2018/2019 £1,702.90.


From Salisbury, take the A338 north, turning right into the village of Porton. Follow the road past the NISA shop on the right hand side and take the second turning on the left (signed to Porton Pet and Aquatics). Continue along Idmiston Road, past open farmland on the right hand side and the driveway will be seen on the left, just after the 30mph sign.


Virgin Media suggests that maximum speeds of up to 350Mb are available.


SP4 0JT.


By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.

Tel 01722 337575


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Reference: 18902.151118

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