College Road, Durrington
- Period cottage for renovation
- Building plot with consent
- Cottage: 3 bedrooms
- Plot: 3 bedroom house
- Principally west-facing gardens
- Off-road parking for both properties
Property SummaryA detached period cottage for renovation and adjoining building plot with consent.
Tryst: Sitting room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast room, three bedrooms and bathroom. Lean-to store and large gardens.
Proposed New House: Hallway, kitchen/living/dining room, utility room, cloakroom, three bedrooms, bathroom and ensuite shower room. Garden and parking.
Tryst is an attractive period cob cottage, believed from date to the late 19th Century, and anecdotally believed to be part of a blacksmith’s forge, built of brick, flint and cob elevations beneath a slate roof. The property provides well-proportioned accommodation consisting of three reception rooms, kitchen, three bedrooms and a first-floor bathroom, however it is now in need of total renovation and repair.
Planning permission has been granted for the attached lean-to store to be demolished, a single storey rear kitchen extension to Tryst and for the sub division of the plot and the erection of a new, detached, three bedroom house to the south; along with the creation of associated off-road parking for both properties. Full plans are available on the Wiltshire Council website (planning application number 19/06489/FUL).
Tryst sits in the north-eastern corner of the plot, and externally the grounds extend to approximately 1/5 of an acre in total, facing principally west. The secluded gardens are mainly laid to lawn with some mature shrubs and trees including apple trees.
The village of Durrington is well served with local amenities including a range of primary and secondary schools, two local supermarkets, petrol station, pharmacy, several churches and public houses and the world-famous Stonehenge, which is located nearby. Amesbury (approximately 2 miles) and the cathedral city of Salisbury (approximately 10 miles) have a more comprehensive range of facilities – leisure, cultural, educational and shopping, the latter with a well thought of Playhouse, twice weekly charter market and a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes).
We believe that mains electricity, water and drainage are available, however, we would recommend any prospective purchaser make their own enquiries with the utility companies.
BT.com suggests that average speeds of 73Mb are available with Superfast Fibre 2 broadband through BT.
Band E. Charge for 2019/2020 – £2,196.05
By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.
Tel 01722 337575.
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Our Reference: 19034.191115