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A truly exceptional modern and contemporary three bedroom detached bungalow situated in the highly desirable village of Allington occupying a wonderful elevated position. This superb home is beautifully presented throughout and has been meticulously refurbished and maintained by the current owner to suit couples and families alike. Upon entering the home, you are greeted by a large open plan sitting/dining room. This dual aspect room is flooded with natural light and boasts a superb feature open fireplace with French doors which leads to the rear garden. The open plan archway leads through to a newly fitted, stylish kitchen/breakfast room with a built-in breakfast bar, an array of wall and base units with attractive work surfaces and stable door also leading to the patio and rear garden. There are three good sized bedrooms which are serviced by an immense, modern family bathroom which has a large spider shower with glass handcrafted shelving unit and a Gold whirl wind Spa bath with lights and controls.
The property is situated in the popular village of Allington, some 9 miles from Salisbury, with a local public house, church, playground and beautiful countryside to enjoy outdoor pursuits. In the neighbouring village of Porton, about 2 miles away, are a further range of amenities including a primary school (rated Good by Ofsted Feb 2013), doctor’s surgery, newsagent and Post Office/store for everyday needs. Newton Toney is nearby offering a primary school and award winning pub, The Malet Arms. There are doctors and dentists surgeries in Salisbury and Tidworth. The thriving village of Laverstock is approximately a 15 minutes’ drive with regular school bus services to and from the village. There is an excellent range of secondary schools in Laverstock including St. Joseph's Catholic School, St. Edmund's Girls' School and Wyvern College. A selection of local nursery and primary schools are situated in Tidworth, Porton, Newton Toney and Winterbourne Earls. The A303 is 2 minutes from the property allowing convenient access to local cities, London and the West Country. Mainline railway stations can be found in both Grateley and Salisbury, providing regular services to London Waterloo and the West Country.
The property sits centrally within its plot, set back from the road, and is a particular feature of the home. A gravel driveway provides off road parking for multiple vehicles which in turn leads to the double garage to the rear of the property. A gravel path takes you to the front door. To the front the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a beautiful array of colourful flora and shrubs as well as mature trees providing a high degree of privacy and seclusion. To the rear is a patio, perfect for al-fresco dining, with steps leading up to a further area of lawn with a swing and numerous flower beds adding colour to the wonderful garden. Fencing and shrubs give you a sense of seclusion in this southerly facing garden. To the rear of the garden is a small outbuilding and log store.
Open Plan Sitting/Dining Room
Newly Fitted Boiler
Sought After Village Location
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