Princes Hill, Redlynch, Salisbury
£375,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A unique opportunity has arisen to acquire one of two semi-detached period cottages which are currently within the 4th continuous generation ownership of the same family. The cottages are located in the semi-rural settlement of Redlynch and lies within the New Forest National Park.

Havendale is a characterful three bedroom cottage with immense potential as an individual project or, by securing the adjoining property Rowledge, present a truly rare opportunity to renovate and develop both together to create a fabulous detached family home. The floor plans included illustrate the present layout of both cottage; the adjoining property is shaded yellow.

Presently the accommodation for Havendale comprises a large reception hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, open porch leading to an adjoining garden store, three bedrooms and a large first floor bathroom. Externally, a private drive with excellent parking leads to fabulous garden backing on to open countryside.

Prospective buyers are invited to view the cottages by appointment only between Monday 23rd May 2022 - Monday 20th June 2022. All offers are to be submitted in writing to the selling agents by noon on Tuesday 21st June 2022. Consideration will be given to offers for the purchase of each individual cottage or together as a pair.

LOCATION: Located a little over 6.5 miles to the south east of Salisbury, the parish of Redlynch lies on the edge of the New Forest National Park. Neighbouring Woodfalls offers amenities including a church, primary school and a village shop/post office. There is also an 18th c. pub in Redlynch called The Kings Head. The countryside around affords excellent opportunities for walking, cycling and riding. The nearby larger village of Downton, located on the River Avon, offers a more comprehensive range of everyday facilities with local shops including a supermarket, three local Public Houses, medical facilities, an indoor tennis court and the hugely popular Trafalgar co-ed school for pupils aged 11-16. The medieval city of Salisbury has an extensive range of restaurants, city centre shops, city centre supermarkets and a twice weekly market. Social and educational amenities nearby include the theatre, arts centre, cinema, medical facilities and both private and state schools for all ages within and outside the city boundary. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club and recreation ground and three tennis clubs. There are good road links with the B3078 linking to Junction 1 of the M27 for Southampton and beyond. The A338 links with Salisbury (approx. 7 miles) which also has mainline rail services to London (Waterloo) and a road network closely linked to the A30 and A303. There are airports at Southampton and Bournemouth.

AGENTS NOTE Prospective purchasers should note that the outbuildings shown in the aerial view of the left hand cottage (Havendale) have been removed.

TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax Band D - £1,997.70 : for year 2022/23. Mains Water, Drainage and Electricity. Electric Heating. Fully double glazed.

DIRECTIONS: From the cathedral city of Salisbury proceed in a southerly direction along the A338. Upon reaching the centre of Downton turn left at the traffic lights with the Bull Hotel on your left-hand side. Proceed through Downton along the A380, along Lode Hill until the parade of shops on the right; turn left immediately after the parade of shops into Bowers Hill. After a short distance, turn right opposite the Kings Head pub, into Princes Hill and the property will be found on the left hand side, identified by the Baxters For Sale sign.

01722 238130

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