Highlands Way, Whiteparish
Property SummarySituated in the ever popular and thriving village of Whiteparish this three bedroom bungalow comes to the market with impressive rural views, a large corner plot and no forward chain. The accommodation comprises three bedrooms, two of which are doubles and a third that can offer the flexibility of a study or snug. The sitting room is a light room with a curved window encouraging a sense of space whilst the kitchen/dining room overlooks the rear garden and leads into the conservatory. A family bathroom and separate WC complete the property.
The garden has a westerly aspect and can be considered a blank canvas for those with a keen interest in gardening. Backing onto fields and a wooded area means that it is a private space. Off road parking is provided to the front of the property along with a single garage.
In need of slight modernisation this bungalow would make an ideal home in a rural community whilst the larger city of Salisbury with its popular shops, restaurants and attractions is just nine miles away. EPC: E
Whiteparish is a popular village situated near to the New Forest National Park, which provides acres of equestrian/walking facilities. Every year Whiteparish hosts its own community carnival and fete. The village offers a choice of schools, a doctor’s surgery, village hall, recreational grounds, village store and two pubs. From Whiteparish you can travel by bus to Romsey, Southampton and Salisbury on the X7 which is a regular service.
The Cathedral city of Salisbury has a comprehensive choice of schools as well as shopping and recreational facilities which include a theatre, cinema, arts centre, restaurants, pubs, clubs, supermarkets, dentists, doctors surgeries, hairdressers, library, leisure centre and fitness gym. The city also has 5 Park & Ride services for ease of access into the city centre.
Romsey 8m, Salisbury 9m, Fordingbridge 13m, Southampton 16m. Trains to London Waterloo: Dean 5m (110 mins), Salisbury (85 mins), Romsey (100 mins).
The garden has a Westerly aspect and can be considered a blank canvas for those with a keen interest in gardening. Backing onto fields and a wooded area means that it is a private space. Off road parking is provided to the front of the property along with a single garage.
From Castle Street head North onto the Castle Roundabout and take the third exit onto A36 continuing through St Marks Roundabout and onto College Roundabout. Here take the first exit onto Southampton Road and follow the A36, to the dual carriage way. Once reaching a set of traffic lights and garage on the left hand side take the turning left towards Whiteparish along Brickworth Road. Continue through the village until turning left onto Green Close, immediately after The Parish Lantern Pub. A turning into Highlands Way can be found at the end of Green Close and following the road round to the left will bring you to No. 17.
Schools - www.schoolguide.co.uk
News and Events - www.salisburyjournal.co.uk and www.spirefm.co.uk
Facts, Figures and History – www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whiteparish
Mains water and sewage
Wiltshire Council Tax Band E.
Strictly by appointment only with Bassets.