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Occupying a superb position within a substantial plot and uninterrupted open aspect views across neighbouring woodland and meadows, 11 Parkland Way is a deceptively spacious modern bungalow which has been substantially extended over the years to provide superbly appointed and beautifully presented accommodation throughout.
The ample accommodation allows for versatility as to how it can be enjoyed and has been designed with usability and comfort throughout. This enviably positioned home offers a wealth of flexibility and opportunity. The already ample accommodation comprises a welcoming, light entrance porch, a generous kitchen/dining room with a door opening out into the private gardens. There is a peaceful, sunny formal sitting room to the front with a further snug/playroom adjacent to the dining room, that has been used as a further bedroom by the current vendors. There are four well balanced bedrooms, two of which have modern en-suite shower rooms, the remaining bedrooms are serviced by a well appointed family bathroom. In addition there is a useful utility room, cloakroom and a further study and recreation room in the converted and extended garage, serviced by a separate external door.
This light and neutral home is thoughtfully orientated around the stunning gardens and views beyond and holds the ability to be a flexible, spacious home or provide ancillary accommodation for many purposes.
The stunning grounds are a particular feature of the property. The property has an attractive entrance way with a sizeable driveway offering ample parking for several vehicles. The colourful, well tended gardens then are found in majority to the rear of the home and boasting a high degree of privacy and seclusion.
The property is situated in the popular Bourne Valley village of Porton which has a good range of local facilities including a post office, convenience store, public house, hairdressers, church, village hall and a doctors' surgery. Salisbury is approximately 5 miles to the south and offers an excellent range of recreational, leisure and shopping facilities as well as a twice weekly farmers market. A mainline railway station can be found in Salisbury with a direct line to London Waterloo (approx. 83 minutes) or Grateley and nearby Amesbury or Cholderton provides access to the A303 and then onto the M3 to London.
Porton has a popular primary school, St Nicolas' (CE) Primary School (Rated Good by Ofsted 2013) whilst schooling in Salisbury is excellent and includes Salisbury Cathedral School, Leaden Hall, Chafyn Grove, Leehurst Swan, Godolphin School and Preparatory School.
Two Bedrooms with En-suites
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