Wyndham Lane, Allington, Salisbury

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Pleasantly positioned within the well-regarded village of Allington, Lopar is a detached 1960s bungalow set in a generous plot with a gated drive and a sunny southerly private mature garden.

The property is bright and airy, generous in proportion and extremely well maintained with full double glazing and gas fired central heating. The accommodation is well planned with a central entrance hall giving access to all rooms. The living room is a particularly good size with a front facing picture window and an open fireplace with a recently installed free standing log burning stove. The kitchen is well- fitted with a good range of units and worktops; off the kitchen is a large utility room/rear porch with additional storage. There are two large double bedrooms and a sizeable single bedroom, all with fitted wardrobes. The family bathroom has been refitted and benefits from both a shower enclosure and a separate bath.

Lopar is approached off Wyndham Lane via a gated drive with excellent parking and access to an attached carport and garage which also has an adjoining workshop/garden room. To the front right of the bungalow is an area sufficiently wide enough to accommodate a large caravan/motorhome, which has been specifically prepared for this purpose. The frontage is well planted with a variety of shrubs and is fully enclosed. The rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect, is fully enclosed and beautifully maintained with a central lawn bordered by mature flower beds and shrubs. There is also a large private sunny patio/seating area.

LOCATION: Allington is a small village and civil parish within Wiltshire about 3 miles from the country town of Amesbury and about 7 miles from the cathedral city of Salisbury. The parish also includes the village of Boscombe; both villages are on the River Bourne and have good road access via the A338. The village has a Grade I listed church whilst in nearby Porton local facilities include a shop, doctors surgery, primary school, pub, hairdresser, a very busy garden and aquatic centre and the newly renovated Railway Hotel. Amesbury, to the west, has a variety of everyday shops and there are medical facilities, supermarkets, schooling and churches. Salisbury has a thriving twice weekly market, extensive shopping facilities and social and educational amenities include the theatre, arts centre, cinema, state and private primary and secondary schools. There are leisure and recreational facilities including private members gymnasiums, golf club and recreation ground and tennis clubs. The nearby village of Grateley has a railway station serving London (Waterloo) and the West Country and there are good road links via the A303.

DIRECTIONS: Proceed out of Salisbury on the London Road (A30) passing Parkwood fitness club on the right and turn right at the next roundabout. Follow the road under the railway bridge and turn left at the mini roundabout; proceed through the Winterbournes, passing the turning on your right to Gomeldon, and continue to the mini roundabout. Turn right onto the A338 and proceed for approximately 3.5 miles passing through Porton, Idmiston and Boscombe into Allington. Turn first right signposted to Newton Tony and then take the third left into Wyndham Lane and Lopar is located on the left, clearly identified by the Baxters For Sale Board.

TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax Band D - £2,129.25 : for year 2023/24. All mains services connected. Mains Drainage. Gas central heating. Fully double glazed.

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