The Steadings, Ford, Salisbury
- Immaculately presented accommodation
- Detached house
- Quiet cul-de-sac setting
- Private Garden
- Four bedrooms
- Available immediately
Property SummaryA substantial, detached house presented in immaculate order, with a south-facing garden.
The well-proportioned accommodation includes: Entrance hall, cloakroom, study, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, four bedrooms, bathroom, en suite bathroom, garage, gardens and off-street parking.
Available end of August 2021. No pets, smokers or sharers.
16 The Steadings is an impressive, detached, modern home which is presented in immaculate order throughout. Internally the rooms are of good proportions and are decorated in appealing neutral colours. To the rear of the property lies a manageable, south-facing garden.
The Steadings is a quiet cul-de-sac, in the heart of the very popular village of Ford, which is located approximately 2 miles north east of the cathedral city of Salisbury. It is conveniently located between Hurdcott, the Winterbournes and Laverstock. The catchment primary school is in Winterbourne Earls. Within nearby Laverstock there are three secondary schools and a primary school. Secondary school children may also attend one of the two grammar schools in Salisbury (this is dependent on entrance exam results). All schools can be accessed by buses, which run through Ford. Laverstock also benefits from a public house, convenience store, two takeaways, a church and nearby are Laverstock Downs which offer appealing countryside for walking and other outside pursuits. Salisbury has an excellent, comprehensive range of shopping, educational, leisure and cultural facilities, as well as a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo, journey time approximately 90 minutes. Salisbury also supports a well thought of Playhouse and twice weekly charter market.
Front door opens into:-
Wide and welcoming, with stairs to the first-floor landing and understairs cupboard. Wall mounted thermostat.
Fitted with a white suite of low-level WC, wash hand basin with monobloc tap and attractive tiled splashbacks.
A spacious room with a window overlooking the cul-de-sac. Telephone point.
A light room with a square bay window to the front of the property and a second window overlooking the side garden. At the far end of the room are wooden double doors which open through to the dining room. Two wall light points, telephone and television points.
With large sliding patio doors opening into the garden and a door through to the:
With a wide window overlooking the rear garden and a good range of high and low level storage units with space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a tall fridge/freezer. Built in electric Belling oven. The worktop incorporates a ceramic sink and drainer unit with mixer taps over and a four-ring, gas hob with extractor hood over. Space for a breakfast table, tiled splashbacks, under-unit lighting, useful large pantry cupboard, ceiling spotlights, a door to the garden and a door to the:
A very practical space with a wall mounted, gas fired Worcester boiler for central heating and hot water. There is a door to the side of the property, space and plumbing for a washing machine and a door to the garage. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit with taps over and storage beneath. Ceiling spotlights.
From the entrance hall, stairs lead up to the first-floor landing which is galleried in style with a hatch to a large loft space. Large airing cupboard with a lagged hot water tank and slatted shelving. Doors to:
Fitted with a white suite of low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with monobloc tap over and bath with both mixer taps and mixer power shower over. Ceiling spotlights, limestone tiling and wall mounted mirror.
An extremely spacious dual aspect master bedroom, running from the front to the rear of the house. There is a built-in double wardrobe, two wall light points, television and telephone points. Door to:
En Suite Bathroom
Fitted with a white suite of pedestal wash hand basin, low-level WC and bath with both mixer tap and mixer shower over. Limestone tiling. Ceiling spotlights.
A very spacious double room overlooking the cul-de-sac, this has a built-in double wardrobe.
Another generous double room overlooking the rear garden, this has a built-in double wardrobe.
A single room overlooking the rear garden.
The property is set back behind an area of tarmac driveway providing off-street parking for at least two cars. There is also an area of front garden with some mature, evergreen shrubs. There is access around both sides of the property to the rear garden which is laid predominately to lawn with a terrace and pathway closest to the house. The sliding patio doors from the dining room lead to a patio with trellis. There are edging beds with mature evergreens, a bay tree, holly and several conifers. At the rear of the garden is a mature hedgerow which attracts a good deal of native birds. Outside tap, external lighting and additional, generous area of side garden.
Accessed from the driveway is a generously proportioned single garage with up and over door, electric light and power. There is built in shelving and a pedestrian door through into the utility room.
Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available.
Band F. Charge for 2021/2022 – £2,828.80
No smokers, sharers or pets.
To be let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (minimum 12 months, thereafter on a monthly basis).
Leave the city centre heading north via the A345 Castle Road and continue for c. 1.3 miles, passing Hudsons Field on the left. Turn right just before the Old Castle public house then take the first right turning, signed to Ford. Continue along this road for 1 mile, and after entering Ford village, take the third turning on then left into The Steadings. Follow the cul-de-sac round to the righ at No. 16 can be found at the far end.