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Constructed in 2015, 30 Norman Drive is a truly stunning and individually designed detached family home offering spacious lateral accommodation across both the ground and first floor. The property enjoys a gorgeous private garden to the rear with ample off road parking and double garage, all perfectly positioned on the outskirts of this much sought after development with superb open aspect countryside views.
The property is immaculately presented and meticulously maintained throughout. The beyond generous, versatile accommodation boasts a light and airy ambience and offers ultimate versatility in how it can be used.
Upon entering the home the size and quality of this substantial home is immediately apparent. A welcoming entrance hall gives way to all principal reception rooms. The living accommodation includes an excellent study or play room, formal sitting room with a focal point feature fireplace and French doors opening to the rear garden. There is also a superb dining room with double doors that open to the central hallway. The 'heart of the home' open plan kitchen/breakfast/family room is to the rear of the home and is the ideal sociable, modern family living space. The kitchen is beautifully appointed with ample storage cupboards under attractive work surfaces with integrated appliances. Beyond there is space for a breakfast table and comfortable everyday seating area with French doors opening out to the garden. A utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor there are five sizeable bedrooms arranged around a light and airy gallery landing. The master suite is truly delightful and benefits from a beautifully designed en-suite bathroom. The second bedroom is also fitted with an en-suite shower room whilst the remaining bedrooms are serviced by a beautifully appointed family bathroom.
Old Sarum is situated north of the historic Cathedral city of Salisbury. The city’s earliest settlement is now an English Heritage Site and provides enjoyable walking with lovely views of the city. Located between the valleys of the Winterbournes on the River Bourne to the east and the Woodfords on the River Avon to the west, the surrounding countryside offers some beautiful scenery with opportunities for walking. Winterbourne Dauntsey has a primary school, public house and local store, while further amenities are accessible in Salisbury which has extensive shopping facilities, a twice weekly market, theatre, arts centre and cinema plus a variety of leisure and recreational facilities. There is a choice of schools for all ages within and outside the city boundary, including Bishops Wordsworth’s and South Wiltshire grammar schools, Salisbury Cathedral School and Chafyn Grove. Salisbury has excellent road links to London (via the A303/M3), Southampton (A36) and Bournemouth (A338). Salisbury mainline railway station (approx. 3.1 miles) has services to London Waterloo in approximately 83 minutes.
The property is approached via a tarmac driveway with parking for several vehicles in front of a detached double garage. There is an attractive decorative front garden planted with shrubs and laid to lawn.
The rear garden is a superb size which is rare for a newly built home. The low maintenance garden has a paved terrace abutting the home, ideal for dining and entertaining with the garden beyond laid to lawn, the perfect blank canvas to create your dream garden. The garden then backs onto open unspoilt farmland. The garden is securely gated with a closed board fenced boundary.
Two Bedrooms with En-suites
Three Further Bedrooms
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