College Road, Durrington

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Bedrooms: 4
A detached chalet bungalow, with four bedrooms and an attractive south-facing garden. Located on the outer edge of the popular village of Durrington.

Hogs End is a generously proportioned and well-presented detached chalet bungalow, located on the northern-most edge of the popular village of Durrington. The accommodation is predominantly arranged over the ground floor, with nearly all rooms accessible from the spacious entrance hall.

The primary reception area is located at the rear of the property, comprising the sitting room, dining room and the kitchen. The well-appointed kitchen features an integrated dual oven with large hob overhead, with space for an American-style fridge freezer and undercounter dishwasher. From here is access through into the dining room, with attractive views over the garden and plenty of room for a large dining table and chairs. The spacious sitting room has French doors opening out onto the south facing garden. At the front of the property are two bedrooms, one of which is the principal bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and plenty of fitted storage. Completing the ground floor is the utility room and a guest W/C.

The first floor opens onto a galleried landing, with two bedrooms and the family bathroom beyond, with both of the bedrooms being extremely generous doubles.

At the front is a long driveway approaching the property and its detached garage, providing ample off-road parking with an appealing and well-maintained lawn adjacent. At the rear is a good-sized south-facing garden, with a spacious terrace immediately off the sitting room and a further paved area behind the garage with a brick-built barbecue. The attractive garden is well planted, with a number of mature shrubs bordering the outside space.

College Road is set on the outer edge of the popular and well-served village of Durrington, which is located north of Salisbury and located close to the A303, which provides good access to London and the West Country. Durrington is extremely close to the legendary World Heritage Site Stonehenge, where a number of attractive countryside walks are available. The village has both primary and secondary schools, a leisure centre, a number of general stores, a doctor s surgery and library, with public transport available to nearby areas.

The Cathedral City of Salisbury is approximately 10 miles to the south, offering a plethora of restaurants, shopping, and leisure facilities, in addition to a twice-weekly charter market and well-thought of Playhouse. The city is home to a number of primary and secondary schools, both private and state, including boys and girls grammar schools. From Salisbury there s excellent road links to London and the West Country (A303), Southampton (A36) and Bournemouth (A338), and direct trains to London Waterloo (90 mins), Bristol (80 mins) and Bath (60 mins) from Salisbury mainline railway station.

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