Bustard Cottages, Shrewton
Property SummaryA spacious and well presented semi-detached cottage located on the outskirts of Shrewton. This rare cottage includes an entrance porch, sitting room with wood burner, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, study with further wood burner, conservatory, three bedrooms, bathroom, garage, stables and a generous private rear garden. EPC: G
Shrewton is a popular, friendly village in the heart of Salisbury Plain, close to Stonehenge which allows free entry for Shrewton residents. The village has local amenities including a local butcher, doctors, convenience store, hairdresser, recreation ground and a choice of pubs.
The local town, Amesbury has further amenities including supermarkets, doctors, dentists, schools, a library, restaurants and plenty of local shops, including a butcher, bakeries and pubs. Local events include a weekly market, the Dogs Trust Show, Amesbury Carnival and Durrington Festival.
Situated to the south is the Cathedral city of Salisbury which provides a comprehensive choice of schooling, further shopping, restaurants, leisure facilities and a theatre. The city has a range of supermarkets as well as Park & Ride services into the city centre.
A303 (London/Exeter) 3m, Amesbury 7.5m, Salisbury 11m, Warminster 13m. Trains: Salisbury (London Waterloo 85 mins).
To the front of the cottage is a patio pathway that leads to the front door. There is also an area of gravel which is ideal for plant pots.
To the side of the cottage is the garage which has barn doors. There is also on street parking outside the cottage.
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and is bordered with mature hedges and trees. There is a wooden pergola which leads you to the rear gate and straight out onto Salisbury Plain which is ideal for dog walking. In the corner of the garden is a summer house which has electricity. The rear garden also benefits from three stables, a side gate which allows you to have vehicle access into the garden and a several hardscaped areas ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining.
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Facts, Figures and History: www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shrewton
From our office on Salisbury Street, continue to the traffic lights and turn left onto Countess Road. At the roundabout take the second exit signposted Upavon, Durrington and Larkhill Camp, and continue along Countess Road (A345). Continue until you reach the roundabout and take the first exit onto The Packway, this road leads through Larkhill. At the crossroads turn right in the direction of Rollestone. Follow this road for one mile where the property can be found on your right hand side.
This property benefits from mains electricity, mains water, septic tank, and LPG gas. The electricity is supplied by the MOD.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band C.
Strictly by appointment only with Bassets in Amesbury. To arrange a viewing please call 01980 676722.