Waterside Mill, High Street, Downton, Salisbury

£1,000,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Wonderful views over the River Avon and water meadows.

Grade II listed

3 reception rooms

Kitchen/breakfast room

Utility, 2 cloakrooms

Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom

4 further bedrooms, 2 with ensuite bathrooms

Family bathroom

Single garage, off street parking

Gardens, fishing rights

This highly-appealing 18th century property is packed with historic character, while offering a generous amount of living accommodation. Period features such as exposed timber beams can be found throughout the property, while views across the river and the surrounding meadows can be enjoyed from most rooms. On the ground floor is the kitchen/breakfast room which has wooden flooring and double doors open out into the bright conservatory which enjoys the wonderful views. The kitchen has a good range of cupboards with integrated appliances. The adjacent main sitting room is light and spacious, and benefits from a double aspect outlook, exposed beams and a fireplace with woodburner. There is also a dining room and cloakroom. A generously-sized family room and very large utility with direct access to the garden are located on the floor below and

receive ample natural light. A door connects to the garage.

On the first floor, there are three bedrooms, two

of which offer en suite bathrooms, with one bathroom benefitting from double access to serve the third bedroom. On the second floor are two further bedrooms, both with en suite bathrooms as well as a separate kitchenette and sitting area.

Enjoying a beautiful location on the banks of the River Avon, this historic property also benefits from being in the heart of the popular village of Downton which is located on the edge of the New Forest and approximately 8 miles from Salisbury. The village provides an excellent range of day to day facilities which include a Coop, post office, butchers, gift shop, café, library, pharmacy, a doctor's surgery and a dentist. There are also over 32 clubs and societies. The Cathedral City of Salisbury offers a wide range of cultural shopping and entertainment facilities including several theatres, a cinema and a City Hall. The New Forest National Park provides a wonderful variety of leisure activities which include walking and riding.

The local Downtown CofE Primary School is rated as 'Outstanding' by Ofsted, while The Trafalgar School at Downtown is also wellregarded. Salisbury offers very good Grammar Schools for both girls and boys.

Nearby Salisbury has a mainline railway station with direct trains to London Waterloo (90mins). Communications are excellent with the nearby A36 provides access to London airports and the national motorway network via the M27 and M3.

The property benefits from an integrated single garage, with one off-street parking space in front. The property also owns the rights to a parking area located in front of some nearby cottages. At the rear of the property a landscaped garden overlooks the river, and meadows on the opposite bank. A bridge leads from the main garden across to a private island. The garden seamlessly blends with the surrounding countryside, and there are

opportunities for riverbank fishing from right outside the property.

Agents Note:The land that is currently used by

the vendors on the island is in the process of

being included in the title.

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Strutt & Parker - Salisbury

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