For Sale in Figheldean,
Cherry Tree Cottage 277 Ablington Figheldean Salisbury SP4 8JX
SHOWN AS IT WAS ON 18/02/2011 00:00:00   £ENQUIRE
Internal Accommodation
A particular feature to this cottage is the large stone inglenook fireplace within the Drawing Room. The beautifully bespoke fitted kitchen includes a Neff induction hob, double oven with microwave, a full height refrigerator and a good supply of storage and work space. Another feature within the kitchen is the unusual French Deville 1920’s style stove situated in front of the illuminated bread oven. An inner hall leads to the utility room and cloakroom and the dining room comes complete with a flagstone floor and doors opening onto the rear garden. On the first floor is a particularly well fitted shower room to the master bedroom and family bathroom for bedrooms two and three.

The Grounds
A gravel driveway leading to a single garage provides parking for at least three cars. To the rear of the garage is a Laundry room complete with a Belfast style sink. The main grounds are laid to lawn with a number of terraces backing onto the rear of the cottage with a pathway to a screened area leading to a raised vegetable bed, greenhouse and the oil tank. The garden provides a number of mature fruit trees and an abundance of well planted flower beds with a variety of shrubs and spring bulbs.

Ablington is a pretty hamlet consisting of mainly period properties located on the outskirts of the village Figheldean.
Figheldean has a Church of England primary school located in the village which has recently been rated very good by ofsted, and there are plans in place for a new primary school in the not so distance future. A 13th Century church is also situated in the village with an active village hall providing numerous clubs and social events. For the sports enthusiast there is a multi purpose all weather recreation area with facilities for tennis, 5 a side football and basketball. Figheldean also benefits from being on a local bus route to Salisbury, Amesbury, Pewsey and Devizes with a village bus provided to Waitrose supermarket in Salisbury. The local post office is in Larkhill and a mobile library visit’s the village on a fortnightly basis. Newspaper’s can be delivered on a daily basis along with other services such as a milkman. Salisbury Plain is a short distance away and is ideal for walking, riding and many other outdoor pursuits.
Grateley rail station is approximately 8 miles away with mainline links to London Waterloo; alternatively The Cathedral City of Salisbury is approximately 9 miles to the South and offers a comprehensive range of shopping, cultural and recreational facilities.


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