Durrington,

£130,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Forming part of a small park community within old Durrington the property is a twin unit park home built in 2005 which has been occupied from new by the current owners.

This spacious park home is pleasantly positioned on a small corner plot and offers generous accommodation comprising an L-shaped lounge/dining room, a well equipped cottage-style kitchen, main bedroom with ensuite shower room and walk-in wardrobe, a second double bedroom and a good size bathroom. Central heating is provided by a gas fired boiler to radiators and the property is fully double glazed.

The garden is hard landscaped with patio and seating areas, private off-road parking and there are two garden stores, one of which is solid brick-built. There is a dedicated visitor car parking area within Church Park.

Church Park is located within the older part of Durrington with its ancient church. Durrington itself is a busy and thriving small town with an excellent range of shops, doctors' surgery, garage and leisure centre. A wider range of amenities are available close by in Amesbury including several local supermarkets and the historic cathedral city of Salisbury is approximately 10 miles to the south. There are many good opportunities for leisure and recreation nearby and as well as lovely walks along the river through the village. There is excellent walking, cycling and riding country all around and the area is renowned for its fishing and shooting. There are golf, rugby, football and tennis clubs nearby, racing in Salisbury and motor racing at Thruxton. The property is also well placed for those who commute to work outside the area or travel on a regular basis. The village is well placed with access onto the A303/M3 five minutes drive away and regular train services from Grateley, Salisbury and Andover to London (Waterloo) and Pewsey to London (Paddington).

TENURE AND SERVICES: Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council tax band A - £1,321.10 for year 2021/22. Ground rent and service charge for the current year £157 per calendar month. All mains services connected. Fully double glazed. Gas central heating.

DIRECTIONS: From the cathedral city of Salisbury proceed in a northerly direction along the A345 (Castle Road). Follow the road into and through the market town of Amesbury still following A345 signposted Marlborough/Pewsey. At the Countess roundabout continue straight across and follow the Stonehenge Road to the next roundabout and continue straight across, still on A345/ Netheravon Road. Continue passing the new homes development on the right-hand side and take the next turning on the right into Hackthorne Road, follow the road for a short distance and turn right by the Memorial into the High Street. Follow the road for a short distance and the entrance to Church Park will be found on the left-hand side.

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