A modern and eco-friendly detached home.
Willow Bank is a handsome detached property that was re-built between 2011 and 2012 to modern and eco-friendly standards.
The accommodation flows well and is versatile in its layout and usability. The ground floor centres around a large, open-plan Kitchen/breakfast room which also incorporates the formal sitting room with Jetmaster fire and an informal garden room with floor to ceiling windows and vaulted ceiling. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a dining room, cloakroom, utility room and larder.
The first floor can be configured with four bedrooms and two bathrooms or three bedrooms and first floor reception room. The master bedroom has a dressing room with hand-made cherry wood wardrobes and an en suite bathroom; there are two further double bedrooms with a Jack ‘n Jill shower room. The largest room is currently used as a reception room with wood-burning stove but could naturally be used a further bedroom; there is a an adjacent cloakroom. The second floor has been designed as a guest suite ideal for either bed and breakfast or live–in care, there is a large, open-plan kitchen/dining/living/bedroom and a separate generous bathroom.
The property sits at the end of a private road that accesses a handful of properties, the property is entered via double wooden gates that lead into a large parking and turning area, there is a double garage with workshop and storage area. There is an additional outbuilding that is currently used as a music room but could suit a variety of other purposes. The formal gardens at located to the front of the property with lawns and box-hedging borders. The gardens are mature and extensive and extend to about 1.45 acres in total and include a variety of flora and fauna with some woodland.
Alderbury is a popular and thriving village situated approximately three miles south east of the Cathedral city of Salisbury.
Local facilities include a village hall, a primary school, convenience store, post office, two public houses and tennis and football clubs.
Alderbury is within easy access of Salisbury’s excellent facilities – shopping, leisure, cultural and educational. Salisbury has a mainline station with trains to London’s Waterloo (journey time approximately 86 minutes), as well as a twice weekly market.
Good schools are numerous and include Salisbury Cathedral school, Chafyn Grove, Godolphin School, Leehurst Swan as well as Bishops Wordsworth and South Wilts Grammar Schools.
There is racing at Salisbury and Wincanton, golf at Highpost, South Wilts and Rushmore and fishing on the River Avon and other nearby chalk streams.
The countryside surrounding Salisbury offers large unspoiled area including the New Forest National Park, ideal for walking, riding.
The A303 provides access to the south-west and London via the M3.
From Salisbury take the A36 towards Southampton. Just as the road becomes a dual carriageway, take the right turn towards Alderbury. Follow this road into the village and take a right hand turning into Lights Lane and then your first left onto Oak Drive; proceed down the drive and bear right at the fork, the entrance to Willow Bank will be found at the end on the left hand side.