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Robins Rest is ideally situated within beautiful Figheldean located on the High Street and within easy walking distance of leisure amenities, perfectly positioned to enjoy the benefits of village life.
This well-designed single-storey home was built in the early 1970s and has been much improved and extended by the current owners. It offers bright and well-proportioned rooms throughout decorated in neutral shades. The accommodation is ultimately versatile with the generous bedrooms and bathrooms located to one area of the home. A particular highlight is the flexible living accommodation which offers a spacious kitchen/diner, perfect for sociable modern living with space for entertaining and dining together. The kitchen is well-designed and fitted with traditional cream country style units and a number of integrated appliances. The formal sitting room has a warming fireplace whilst the secondary reception room is the ideal informal snug or playroom, or alternatively a spacious fourth bedroom.
The bedrooms are well-proportioned. The master bedroom benefits from an en-suite bathroom and array of fitted wardrobes and storage. The remaining bedrooms are serviced by a well appointed family shower room.
Robins Rest is situated within the pretty village of Figheldean, an attractive village on the banks of the River Avon and with close proximity to Salisbury and in the Avon Valley area of Salisbury Plain near Stonehenge. Figheldean is exceptionally well placed for schools, with its local preschool Brambles (Ofsted Outstanding) within walking distance and a good choice of state, private, public and grammar schools within the area. The village also boasts a village/sports hall, playpark and ports field, all a two minute walk away along the church path accessed from the back garden of the property. A selection of local shops is within five minutes’ drive at Bulford, Durrington and Netheravon whilst more extensive facilities are on offer in Amesbury. The area is surrounded by outstanding walking and bridal paths as well as cycling and fishing opportunities. Marlborough is located about 12 miles to the north with an excellent selection of eateries, retail shops, doctors and dentists surgeries, as well as Waitrose and Tesco. The market town of Devizes is around a 30 minute drive away and boasts a cinema, butchers, bakery, lovely eateries and much more. Further afield are Pewsey and the Cathedral city of Salisbury whilch is 12 miles to the south. Train Services: There are excellent communication links with mainline train services found at nearby Grateley (11.5 miles) and Pewsey (10.6 miles), both approximately one hour to London (Waterloo and Paddington, respectively). There is also fast access to the M3 via the A303 trunk road just three miles away.
The home is perfectly positioned within its plot and boasts a sizeable garden that is truly rare for a central village location.
The home has a generous gravelled driveway allowing off-road parking for multiple vehicles. The detached garage has been divided to create a utility/ laundry room affording space for white goods and storage at the front.
To the front of the house there is a fenced paved area with central flowerbed leading to the front door. A side gate gives access to the rear garden which has been beautifully landscaped into functional 'garden rooms'. Abutting the rear of the home is a paved terrace ideal for al fresco dining in the summer months near the home. Beyond this is the formal garden. Mature lawn is flanked and interspersed with contoured floral borders and specimen fruit trees with paving stone paths leading to the separate fenced informal children friendly garden that has another paved seating area. Other garden features include a number of useful wooden outbuildings, a productive kitchen garden and a charming chicken run.
2 Bath/Shower Rooms
Exterior Utility Room and Store
Central Village Location.
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