Alderbury, Salisbury, Wiltshire


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Approaching 2000 sq. ft. of internal floor space, Plum Trees is a truly deceptive family home set in a generous private plot, offering excellent accommodation with a generous amount of storage and shelving.

The ground floor comprises a large, welcoming reception hall, spacious, comfortable and cosy sitting room with open fireplace, a re-modelled and re-designed farmhouse style kitchen, supplied and fitted by Messrs Jones and Co of Salisbury (Spring 2013), a large dining room, two separate studies, utility room and a cloakroom. Located on the first floor is a good sized landing, master bedroom with an en-suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a large family bathroom which is fully tiled and fitted with a white heritage suite. The property is offered for sale in extremely good order, is fully double glazed and centrally heated via a mains gas fired boiler to radiators.

Plum Trees enjoys a pleasant position away from the centre of the village with an excellent private mature rear garden, predominantly laid to lawn with a separate (productive) vegetable/fruit garden, two timber garden sheds, a summer house and an attractive wisteria covered pergola terrace. The frontage is fully enclosed and approached via a five bar gate to a gravelled drive with parking for three cars and access to the garage. The garage has been converted to create the second study whilst retaining a large storage area which still has the original garage door. Clearly, these two rooms could be reconfigured for use as a garage.

Prospective buyers should note that Plum Trees is offered for sale with immediate vacant possession—there is no onward chain.

The village of Alderbury is situated approximately three miles to the south-east of the cathedral city of Salisbury, to the east of the River Avon and is on the edge of the New Forest. Local facilities include a village hall, a primary school, two shops (one of which is a post office), two public houses and tennis and football clubs. Salisbury offers a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational, cultural, educational and medical amenities including a theatre, cinema and arts centre. Salisbury's mainline station serves London (Waterloo) (journey time approximately 90 minutes) and the West Country and there are good road links to Southampton (27 miles) and Eastleigh Airport via the A36 and the M27 and London via the M3.

TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax Band G - £2,865.85 for year 2018/2019. All mains services connected. Fully double glazed. Gas central heating.

DIRECTIONS: From the cathedral city of Salisbury proceed along the A36 Southampton Road. Follow the road until reaching the entrance to the dual carriageway and turn right signposted Alderbury onto the Clarendon Road. Continue to the brow of the hill passing the Green Dragon on the left-hand side and the road becomes the Southampton Road. Continue for a short distance turning right into Rectory Road with the village hall on your right-hand side. After a short distance, Plum Trees will be found on the left-hand side.

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