Four rarely available detached houses with country views have gone on the market in Netheravon in Wiltshire. Freshly refurbished by Annington, the homes are already attracting considerable attention from local families looking for larger homes in the Salisbury area.
The four double fronted character properties are set in Wexland Avenue in a desirable rural location with views to both the front and rear. Each of the three-bedroom homes are accessed via a private gated driveway and all have a garage and spacious gardens bordered by mature hedgerow.
Each of the properties available benefit from a large triple-aspect lounge and a dining room with a bay window and door to the garden, and kitchen with separate utility room. Upstairs the galleried landing allows for more beautiful views and benefits from built-in storage, a family bathroom and three bedrooms. The former Ministry of Defence homes set on Wexland Avenue have been lightly refurbished and are ready and waiting for homeowners to put their mark on.
Mike Holland, Branch partner at Connells, comments: “We have been inundated with requests from buyers searching for larger family homes with an attractive price point. Most of our enquires have come from Service families, retirees or second steppers who are attracted by the outstanding views and huge potential of these homes.
“Each home has benefited from light refurbishments yet retains countryside characteristics to reflect the setting. Given the space around the homes, there is potential for extension which many buyers have already been forward planning and looking at ways to make this their forever home. We have a high number of viewings already booked in and would encourage anyone who is interested to get in touch to avoid disappointment.”
Pricing starts from £400,000 and with the average sale price of a detached home in Wiltshire coming in at £535,117 [Source: Zoopla], this represents a great price point for a family home in a highly desirable area.
Wexland Avenue is located on the edge of Netheravon, a sought-after village 6 miles north of Amesbury, set in the Avon valley in the heart of Salisbury Plain with the local pub, shop and post office all around a 10-minute walk away. The village pre-school and the primary school, rated as Good by Ofsted are both within 10 minutes’ walk, and there are a range of excellent local schools in the area including Marlborough College, Dauntsey’s, St Mary’s Calne, Godolphin amongst others.
Winchester is just half an hour away by car and local buses will take you to Salisbury, Amesbury and Marlborough. There are also fantastic train links in Grately, Salisbury and Pewsey, serving London Paddington and Waterloo which can be reached in two hours or less.
To find out more about homes for sale and incentives available, please contact the selling agent Connells on 01980 622662 or email email@example.com.