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The Old Post Office is perfectly positioned within Figheldean, a picturesque village situated on the banks of the River Avon and within easy reach of the Cathedral City of Salisbury.
The Old Post Office is believed to date back to the 16th century and once served as the village post office and now forms the lovely home you see today, whilst retaining many of its original character features. The home boasts ample light and airy accommodation throughout and provides fantastic living space in which to enjoy village life. Upon entering the home you are greeted by an entrance hall providing access to the dining room on its left and sitting room on the right. Both of these rooms are of good size and boast beautiful character inglenook fireplaces, with the sitting room fitted with a Jetmaster fire. The south-west facing kitchen/breakfast room sits to the rear of the home with a wide picture window overlooking the garden. Completing the ground floor is a family bathroom, shower room and the original post office room which now forms a study with a bay window overlooking the front garden. There are four bedrooms on the first floor, all of which benefit from fitted storage and good ceiling heights.
The Old Post Office is situated within the pretty village of Figheldean which lies in the Avon Valley area of Salisbury Plain near Stonehenge. Figheldean is exceptionally well placed for schools with a good choice of state, private, public and grammar schools within the area. A good selection of local shops are within 5 minutes at Bulford, Durrington and Netheravon whilst more extensive facilities are on offer in Amesbury. The area is surrounded by outstanding walking, riding, cycling and fishing opportunities. Further afield are the Cathedral City of Salisbury 12 miles to the South and Marlborough 15 miles to the North. There are excellent communication links with mainline train services found at nearby Grateley and Pewsey, both approximately 1 hour to London (Waterloo and Paddington, respectively). There is also fast access to the M3 via the A303 trunk road just 3 miles away.
This beautiful home is enhanced by the lovingly maintained cottage style gardens which boast a sunny aspect and hedging to provide privacy and seclusion. The property is set back from the road and is accessed via double five bar gates which lead to the driveway, providing generous off road parking. The garage has been converted to include a utility room and games room with an ample loft room and offers great annexe potential subject to planning consents. To the front of the home is an area of lawned garden with raised flowerbeds and a hedged boundary separating the garden from the lane. A side gate gives access to the rear garden where neat terraced lawns are bordered by flower bed and steps up lead to a paved terrace and delightful seating area.
Garage including Utility/Games/Large Loft Room
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