White Hill, Pitton
An appealing two double bedroom bungalow located in the heart of the popular village of Pitton. The property is presented in tidy order yet offers enormous potential to further develop and improve. The sitting room/ dining room is positioned at the rear of the bungalow allowing the garden and views to be fully appreciated, a pair of sliding patio doors lead directly to the greenhouse. We understand that the shower room was formerly a bedroom and offers ample space and benefits from plumbing for a washing machine. In addition there is a separate cloakroom. The galley kitchen is fitted with a limited number of units and gives access to the both the front and rear gardens along with access to the garage. EPC: E.
Pitton is a pretty village situated near Salisbury with a pub and Post Office. The neighboring village of Farley has a pub and Nursery School.
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 6m, Southampton 23m. Trains to London Waterloo: Salisbury (85 mins), Grateley 13m (80 mins), Dean 8m (110 mins).
Strictly by appointment only with Bassets.
Mains water, drainage and electric are connected. Heating is via an oil fired boiler and radiators.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band D.
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 down the hill to the village of Pitton. Rock Bottom can be found directly opposite The Silver Plough pub.
Front: A gravel drive way leads to the garage and provides off road parking. The remaining front garden is laid to lawn with inset shrubs.
Rear: The rear garden is a true delight, has a vast array of mature shrubs and specimen trees and boasts great views across open countryside.
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