Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
A truly delightful three bedroom detached bungalow situated in the highly regarded residential village of Firsdown occupying a wonderful elevated position and is well presented throughout.
This superb home has been meticulously maintained and improved by the current owners and still offers excellent scope for further development or extension, subject to usual consents. The spacious sitting room is of particular note offering lovely views across the valley to surrounding farm and pastureland and boasting a light and airy ambience. Adjacent is the kitchen that is fitted with a range of wall and base units and a fitted cooker. A door leads to the rear garden and side entrance to the garage. There are three generous bedrooms serviced by a renewed family shower room.
The home is offered with no onward chain. A viewing is highly recommended.
9 Juniper Road is ideally situated in the centre of Firsdown, occupying a wonderful elevated position, just on the outskirts of the very popular Winterslows and is located approximately 4 miles North East of the cathedral city Salisbury. Salisbury offers excellent recreational facilities which include a cinema, leisure centre, arts centre and theatre. The city also offers a thriving shopping centre and traditional market with a good train station offering London Waterloo in approximately 90 minutes. Grateley Station is 9 miles to the north of Winterslow and also offers fast links to London. Salisbury has a wide choice of primary and secondary schools, including both grammar schools, which boast excellent Ofsted reports. Winterslow itself offers a fantastic range of local amenities located within easy walking distance. These include a village shop, post office, doctors' surgery, two pubs, churches, a large modern village hall and two large recreation grounds. There is also a wonderful pre-school group and a local primary school, Winterslow C of E Primary School, which is rated 'Good' by Ofsted 9-10 May 2012.
The home is well positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac in this much sought after village. The home is set back with ample parking on a private driveway that in turns leads to the attached garage and carport. The garage itself is oversized with ample space for a car, then a workshop or utility area beyond. The newly installed boiler is at the rear of the garage.
The garden is open plan to the cul-de-sac with a pathway leading to the entrance.
The rear garden is thoughtfully landscaped with ease of maintenance in mind. Abutting the rear of the home is a paved terrace, ideal for outdoor entertaining and dining. The garden is then laid to lawn on a gentle incline that levels to the rear of the garden. Steps lead to a small decorative rockery. The rear garden offers ample scope for an extension or addition in the future.
No Onward Chain
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate