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  • Bedrooms: 5
A large, Grade II Listed, part thatched cottage, with spacious accommodation (2905 sq ft) and good sized gardens, located in a popular village, with fine views across the Avon valley.

Entrance porch, hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, study, ground floor cloakroom, workshop, store room, five double bedrooms (one with en suite bathroom) and two further bathrooms. Driveway, attached tandem double garage and front and rear gardens.

This is a very spacious, attractive, five bedroom detached house. It is listed Grade II and believed to date back to the 17th Century, with 20th Century additions mostly to the rear. The original part of the property is built of timber frame with brick and flint infill beneath a thatched roof, with the later extensions being of red brick elevations beneath a clay tiled roof. Most rooms are double glazed. The large, South West facing gardens are a particular feature and are L shaped, with space for a fruit and vegetable patch if required. The property also benefits from an integral tandem garage. From the rear of the house, there are lovely views across water meadows towards the River Avon.

The house sits in a conservation area at the centre of the village, within walking distance of the local amenities pre-school, social club, church and village hall. There is a wide range of services in Durrington (approximately 5 minutes drive) or Amesbury, which lies 3 miles to the south. The cathedral city of Salisbury lies 12 miles south and has an excellent range of shopping, leisure and cultural facilities. Trains to London (journey time approx. 80 minutes) run from Grateley (10 miles) and Pewsey (10 miles). There are regular bus services to the village.

Figheldean is well situated for access to the stunning countryside of Salisbury Plain and the Avon valley. While lacking through traffic, the village is very conveniently located just off the A345 north-south route which in turn gives easy access to the A303 leading to London and the West Country.

The property is approached from the road over a brick paved path, which leads to the oak front door. This opens into the:


With a tiled floor, inset matwell and a door to the:


Welcoming and spacious with room for plenty of furniture. Bay window to the front, stairs to the first floor (with useful cupboards below for coats and boots etc) and doors to the sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor cloakroom and the:


A well proportioned reception room with plenty of space for a dining table and associated furniture. Bay window to the front, a range of useful cupboards and telephone and television points.


Of generous proportions with plenty of natural light entering from the patio doors and two windows to the garden. A Jetmaster open fire with slate hearth and carved wooden mantelpiece and surround, provides a focal point. Television point.


The heart of the house, this has been fitted with an extensive range of worktops and high and low level storage units. Double bowl, stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with mixer tap above), Belling 4 ring ceramic hob (with Bosch extractor hood above), Neff eyeline double electric oven, Panasonic microwave oven and Economy 7 electric 2-oven AGA. Space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for an undercounter fridge. Space for a large table, built in dresser, attractive brick and beam walls, tiled floor, a window to the garden and doors to the utility room and to the:


This is of a good size with a good range of built in cupboards and a window to the side.


Fitted with a single bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit and with space and plumbing for both a washing machine and tumble drier. Tiled floor, two windows, space for both a freestanding fridge and freezer and doors to the rear garden and to the:


This has two windows, electric power and light, a linoleum floor and a door to the:


Currently used as a garden store, with electric power and light and a door to the rear garden.


Recently fitted with a WC and corner wash hand basin with mixer tap above and a decoratively tiled splashback. Tiled floor, cupboard containing the fuseboard and window to the side.


Spacious and with doors to the majority of the first floor accommodation, access to the loft space, Velux roof light, eaves storage and an area with built in shelves and space for a chair.

NB: The bedrooms are listed in order of viewing, rather than size.


A charming double room with exposed roof timbers, a window to the front and a wash hand basin with a splashback, mirror and light above.


Well fitted with a panelled bath (with mixer tap and wall mounted shower above) and a vanitory unit with a concealed cistern WC, wash hand basin (with mixer tap above) and useful cupboards. Tiled splashbacks, tiled floor, half height tiled walls, illuminated mirror, radiator with towel rails above, wall mounted Dimplex electric fan heater and a window.


Currently used as the main bedroom, this is a spacious double with a window to the rear, built in wardrobes, access to the roof space and a television point.


A very well proportioned and light double bedroom, with a window to the rear, built in wardrobes and a door to the:


Well fitted with panelled bath (with mixer tap and wall mounted shower above) and a vanitory unit with a concealed cistern WC, wash hand basin and useful cupboards. Tiled splashbacks, radiator, wall mounted electric bar heater, window to the rear and light with a shaver point.


A light double bedroom with a window to the rear, built in wardrobes and a wash hand basin with a tiled splashback, mirror and light above.


A further atmospheric double bedroom with exposed roof timbers, window to the front, two deep cupboards and a wash hand basin with a splashback, mirror and light above.


Again well fitted with a panelled bath (with a mixer tap and hand held shower above) and a vanitory unit with a concealed cistern WC, wash hand basin and useful cupboards below. Window to the front, large airing cupboard (with a lagged hot water tank), loft access, light with a shaver point and wall mounted electric bar heater.


To the front the attractive and manageable garden has been mainly laid to lawn with beds containing mature shrubs, enclosed by dwarf brick walls (with two inset wrought iron gates) and a traditional thatch topped wall. A tarmac drive provides off road parking for two cars and leads to the attached, tandem double garage, this has an up and over door, electric power and light, Grant floor standing oil fired boiler, window to the side and personnel door to the rear. A timber gate set into a rendered wall leads to the rear, south west facing garden. Immediately behind the property is an area of paved patio providing plenty of external sitting and dining options, with the L shaped garden beyond. This is mainly laid to lawn with deep beds containing mature shrubs, flowering plants and trees and raised beds for fruit and vegetables. The rear garden is enclosed by brick walls and timber close boarded fencing.


Mains electricity, water and drainage are available. Oil fired central heating.

BROADBAND suggests that speeds of up to 80Mb with fibre broadband through BT.


Council Tax: Band G. Charge for 2018/19 £2,913.25.




SP4 8JJ.


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

Tel 01722 337575.


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Reference: 18856.182206

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