Roman Meadow, Downton


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A spacious, terraced house, within walking distance of the centre of Downton.

Entrance hall, sitting/dining room, kitchen, ground floor cloakroom, three bedrooms and bathroom. Brick built garden store, front and rear gardens.

16 Roman Meadow is a well-proportioned terraced house, built of brick elevations beneath a tiled roof, and has been in the same ownership for a number of years which is a testament to the comfortable and light accommodation on offer. The property benefits from an open aspect at the front. A path (shared with the adjoining property) gives access to the south-west facing rear garden and a good size brick-built garden store.

Downton is a thriving and popular village just over seven miles south east of the cathedral city of Salisbury. The village has an excellent range of amenities including doctors and dentist surgeries, a library, a number of shops, primary and secondary schools, three pubs, a village hall, a cafe and sports centre. It also hosts the well-regarded annual village fair (Downton Cuckoo fair) and has excellent transport and road links with ready access to the New Forest and both Southampton and Bournemouth airports. There is also easy access by car or bus to both Burgate School, and also to Salisbury, with its excellent range of facilities cultural, leisure, shopping and educational (with well-regarded private schools and two grammar schools).

The property is approached from Roman Meadow via a concrete path, leading to the front door. This opens into the:


With stairs to the first floor (and a useful cupboard below), space for coats etc, airing cupboard (with a lagged hot water tank and slatted shelving), telephone point and doors to all of the ground floor accommodation.


This is a spacious and light room which runs the full depth of the house and naturally divides into separate areas. There is a Gloworm Co-ordinate LFC, gas fire (with an attached back boiler), is set into a brick-built fireplace with a tiled hearth, wooden mantel piece and display shelving built into one side. Television point, large window to the front and glazed sliding doors to the rear garden. Serving hatch to the kitchen and plenty of space for a dining table, sofa and armchairs and additional furniture.


Fitted with a good range of worktops incorporating a ceramic butler sink (with a mixer tap above) and cream, high and low level storage units. Space for a free-standing cooker, fridge/freezer and space and plumbing for a washing machine. Linoleum floor, window and door to the garden.


This is well fitted with a white of WC and wash hand basin. Tiled splashbacks.

Stairs from the entrance hall lead up to the:


With an access hatch into the loft space and doors to all the first-floor accommodation.

NB: The accommodation is listed in order of viewing, rather than size.


A well proportioned and light single bedroom with a window to the rear and a built-in wardrobe.


Being the principal bedroom this is a good-sized double room, with a window to the rear and a built-in wardrobe.


A further light double bedroom with a window to the front and a built-in wardrobe.


Fitted with a white suite of panelled bath (with a mixer tap and a handheld shower attachment above), WC and wash hand basin. Tiled walls, laminate floor, ladder style towel radiator and obscure glazed windows.


To the front of the property there is an open aspect with gardens that have been laid to lawn, with a flowerbed immediately in front of the property. A concrete path, which is shared with the adjoining property, gives access down the side into the rear garden by way of a timber gate. Immediately to the rear of the property is a good-sized area of stone paved patio providing plenty of space for external sitting and dining, beyond the garden has mainly been mainly laid to lawn with flower beds containing mature shrubs, bushes and flowering plants. Brick built garden store (measuring 10 3 x 4 7 ), outside tap. The rear garden faces principally south and west and is bordered by a mix of walls, timber close boarded fencing and mature hedging.


Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available.




Band C. Charge for 2019/2020 - £1,616.46



BROADBAND suggests that maximum speeds of 73Mb are available with Superfast Fibre 2 broadband through BT.


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

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