The Street, Salisbury
A most charming two bedroom cottage located in the heart of this most desirable village. We understand that the cottage was built in 1916 and benefits from many original features including a delightful open fire place in the sitting room. The property would benefit from some updating, however offers comfortable well proportioned rooms with a large kitchen breakfast room overlooking the garden. A useful conservatory has also been added giving additional accommodation and nicely links the cloakroom with the ground floor. Upstairs there are two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom which is at the front of the house also benefits from a small dressing area. Heating is via night storage heaters and the property is part double glazed. EPC: D
Farley is a pretty village situated near Salisbury. The village has a pub, The Hook & Glove, and a Nursery School which is situated in the centre of the village. A mobile library stops in the village weekly.
The Cathedral city of Salisbury has a comprehensive choice of schools as well as excellent 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.
Salisbury 8m, Southampton 22m. Trains to London Waterloo: Salisbury (85 mins), Grateley 12m (80 mins), Dean 6m (110 mins).
Proceed out of Salisbury on Castle Street and at the ringroad roundabout take the third exit onto Churchill Way North (A36). At the next roundabout (St. Mark's), take the second exit onto the London Road (A30) and continue on this road under the railway bridge and straight on over the following roundabout. At the top of the hill, turn right onto Whiteway (signposted Pitton & Farley) and continue on this road to the village of Pitton. Proceed through Pitton and up the steep hill, which is White Hill. Continue along this road for 1 mile until you reach more housing and follow the right angle bend around to your right and continue up parsonage hill. At the top of the hill turn right into the street towards Farley. Continue into the village and go past Oak Close and Woodside can then be found on your right hand side..
News and Events: www.salisburyjournal.co.uk and www.spirefm.co.uk
Facts, Figures and History: www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Farley,_Wiltshire
The gardens are a particular feature of the property and the rear garden extends to approximately 150 ft. The gardens are well stocked with the rear opening out into a wildlife garden with pond, green house and shed. An ideal area for growing vegetables. Immediately outside the conservatory there is a paved terrace and a working well. In addition there is a very useful brick built outbuilding. To the front the garden in mainly laid to lawn with mature inset planting and ample off road parking.
Council Tax Band
Wiltshire Council Tax Band D.
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