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Detached, modern home in village conservation area

November 2017

Oriole House, Figheldean

 

Myddelton & Major is pleased to offer to the market Oriole House, an impressive, detached, modern home in the village of Figheldean.

Residential sales negotiator Jack Stredwick said: “Oriole House is a very well maintained property with a delightful garden. 

“The house is on the market with the guide price of £595,000 and stands in the centre of the village where it is tucked back from the village road and is within walking distance of the local amenities – primary school, church and village hall.”

Built during the course of 1999 and still under the ownership of its original buyer, the care taken with the build is still evident today.

Internally the rooms are light and airy and many of them have delightful views down the impressive garden and over countryside beyond. 

The house is approached via a shared gravel drive which leads to the private off street parking and turning area. This in turn leads to the sheltered front door of the property which opens into the entrance hall, a wide and welcoming with space for several pieces of furniture.

The study is of generous proportions and has a window overlooking the parking area and an attractive shelved recess. 

The sitting room has glazed double doors opening onto the garden and an open fireplace with a wooden mantelpiece and surround and granite hearth. 

The cloakroom naturally divides into a useful space suitable for coats and boots etc and a separate WC fitted with a white suite of low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with chrome fittings and attractive tiled splashbacks. 

The dining room has a wide window with an appealing view of the garden and ample space for a large dining table and associated furniture. Wooden double doors open through to the family room which can further maximise the opportunities for entertaining. 

The kitchen is well fitted with an excellent range of high and low level storage units, incorporating a built in dishwasher and electric Zanussi oven, along with a built in Zanussi tall fridge freezer. 

The worktop incorporates a 1½ bowl composite sink and drainer unit with mixer taps over, and a four ring halogen hob with extractor hood over. 

In addition there is underunit lighting, tiled flooring, built in shelving and space for a breakfast table. 

The utility area has a door opening into the garden, a floor mounted, oil fired Eurostar boiler for central heating and hot water and space and plumbing for a washing machine. 

The family room is another light room with glazed double doors opening onto the garden, television and telephone points. 

From the entrance hall, stairs lead to the first floor landing which has a hatch to the loft space and is believed to be partially boarded. 

Bedroom one is a good sized and light double bedroom overlooking the village road, with a built in wardrobe and door to the en suite shower room.

This is fitted with a white suite of low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with a fully enclosed shower cubicle with Mira shower. 

Bedroom two is currently used as the primary bedroom and has a delightful view of the garden and adjoining gardens and countryside, as well as a built in double wardrobe.

This room also has an en suite shower room fitted with a white suite of low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and fully enclosed shower cubicle with Mira mixer shower. 

The bathroom is fitted with a white suite of low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and deep bath with mixer taps and hand held shower attachment. 

Bedroom three is another double room with an appealing outlook over the garden and a built in double wardrobe. 

Bedroom four is a double room with a built in double wardrobe. It overlooks the village road. 

To the front of the property is off street parking and turning for several cars and to one side of this lies the single garage (10’7” x 17’3”). 

There is access around both sides of the property to the rear garden. 

This is a particular delight and has been carefully designed, planted and tended to naturally divide into several ‘rooms’ with numerous flower beds and extensive planting, giving colour and interest all year round. 

A pergola shelters a terrace closest to the house and is just one of several spaces in which to sit out. 

Towards the end of the garden is a large ornamental pond and to one side of the garden is a cleverly concealed ‘utility’ area with a vegetable plot, garden shed, oil tank and outside tap. 

Figheldean is well situated for access to some of the stunning countryside forming Salisbury Plain, and the house actually sits within a conservation area. 

It is also conveniently located for access to the A303 which gives access to London and the west country. There is a bus service through the village and numerous opportunities for outside pursuits in the surrounding countryside. 

The cathedral city of Salisbury lies 12 miles south and has an excellent range of shopping, leisure and cultural facilities as well as a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo, journey time approximately 90 minutes. 

Trains to London can also be found at nearby Grateley and Pewsey.

Contact Myddelton & Major for more details and viewings of other properties on 01722 337575 or visit www.myddeltonmajor.co.uk.

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Commercial

Salisbury
01722 337577
Andover
01264 342300
Westbury
01373 822260

Residential

Salisbury
01722 337575
Andover
01264 316000
Lettings
01722 337579