Holders Road, Amesbury
Property SummaryA substantial three bedroom semi-detached house situated within a large plot. In need of modernisation throughout the ground floor accommodation comprises a bright and airy sitting room, a dining room with feature fireplace before leading into the kitchen. A modern conservatory offers space for further white goods or a room to enjoy the views of the garden. Upstairs the master bedroom is complete with built in storage whilst bedroom two and three are also good sized. The family bathroom completes the accommodation. EPC: Awaited.
The historic town of Amesbury is located in the heart of Salisbury Plain, a short drive from the Cathedral city of Salisbury.
Home to the prehistoric monument of Stonehenge, Amesbury has excellent links to the A303 (London/Exeter) and provides all of the local amenities you need including a weekly market, supermarkets, pubs, restaurants and a selection of independent shops and retailers. Amesbury also offers a variety of services including schools, doctors, dentists, hairdressers, a veterinary surgery, post office, leisure centre and a library.
Situated to the south is the cultural 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) 0.5m, Amesbury 0.2m, Salisbury 8.5m, Andover 13m. Trains to London Waterloo: Salisbury (85 mins), Grateley 8m (80 mins), Andover (75 mins).
From our Amesbury office leave the town centre via High Street, turning right at the traffic lights onto The Centre. At the mini roundabout take the first exit on Earls Court Road continuing as it turns into Boscombe Road. Turn left on Holders Road and No.35 if immediately after the tuning for Orchard Way.
Front: A large space offering ample off road parking and a double garage. Directly in front of the house is a path surrounded by lawn and flower boarders before the hedge offers privacy form the road.
Rear: A fantastic space predominantly laid to lawn the rear garden also provides three storage sheds, a vegetable patch and several fruit trees. There is side access for convenience. The large plot of this property allows the opportunity for development (subject to planning).
News and Events: www.salisburyjournal.co.uk and www.spirefm.co.uk
Facts, Figures and History: www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amesbury
All mains services are connected.
Council Tax Band
Wiltshire Council Tax Band C.
Strictly by appointment only with Bassets.