Green Lane Close, Ford Video Tour


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  • Bedrooms: 3
** WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR ** A rare opportunity to acquire this lovely three bedroom detached bungalow with garage and driveway that is nicely tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac within the popular village of Ford. The property is spacious and offers potential to extend and improve and is on the market for the first time in 40 years.


As you arrive into the quiet close you will find number two on the left hand side, either park on the drive or on the road as there are no restrictions. Then make your way up the path through the large front garden which is mostly laid to lawn.

Entrance Hall

A light and airy hall way with a good storage cupboard, perfect for coats and shoes. Doors then lead off to the sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, the three bedrooms and the family bathroom. We are led to believe that there is parquet flooring under the carpets in the hall way and running all the way through to the sitting room.

Sitting/Dining Room

20' 1'' x 15' 9'' (6.12m x 4.80m) L- Shaped

L-Shaped and with large triple aspect windows to the front, side and rear make this a stunning reception room with uninterrupted views across water meadow to Laverstock Clump and Cocky Down. There is a fire place which acts as the main focal point and a door leading out to the rear garden. The L-shape acts perfectly offering two designated areas for sitting and dining.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

13' 9'' x 12' 8'' (4.19m x 3.86m)

With a large window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden. The kitchen itself comprises of matching wall and base units with a rolled edge work top and a stainless steel one and a quarter bowl sink and drainer. Integrated appliances include the electric double oven, four ring electric hob and fridge and freezer. There are two cupboards, one acts as a pantry and the other houses the water tank/airing cupboard. A door then leads through to the utility room. There is a floor mounted oil central heating boiler.

Utility Room

8' 0'' x 6' 2'' (2.44m x 1.88m)

With space and plumbing for the washing machine and tumble dryer and a range of base units. Window look out to the rear garden and also internally with frosted glass into bathroom. Door then leads out into the rear garden.

Bedroom One

11' 7'' x 10' 10'' (3.53m x 3.30m)

A good sized double bedroom with a large window to the front aspect.

Bedroom Two

10' 10'' x 8' 10'' (3.30m x 2.69m)

A double bedroom with a window looking out over the rear garden.

Bedroom Three

9' 0'' x 7' 4'' (2.74m x 2.23m)

A single bedroom with a window to the front aspect.


8' 8'' x 5' 3'' (2.64m x 1.60m)

A suite comprising the separate shower cubicle with a mains mixer unit, bath, WC and hand basin.

Loft Space

There is end to end storage in a good loft space with easy access from the hall.


The front garden is of a good size and wraps around the left hand side of the property. It is mostly laid to lawn with some mature trees offering some privacy.

The rear garden is tiered with a patio area to the immediate rear and then steps lead up to the raised lawn area. The garden is enclosed to the sides and rear by timber panel fencing with a lockable gate giving access to the rear track and woodland.


The drive way offers parking for two cars and leads up to the double depth garage with electric, light and an up and over door. There is mains water, a sink and electrical sockets.


The semi rural settlement of Ford is located a short distance from Salisbury on the north eastern edge and is easily accessible from the A30, A338 and the A345. Old Sarum is just up the road, a local landmark offering spectacular views of Salisbury and it’s glorious 13th century Cathedral. Cycling into Salisbury and the local secondary schools is easy, flat and well planned. There is a cycle route through the nearby Woodford Valley to Stonehenge. The neighbouring hamlet of Hurdcott boasts a hugely popular Inn, the Black Horse, which is within walking distance of Ford. There are any number of attractive country walks and bridle ways surrounding the village. Other amenities include a village shop/Post Office, the Winterbourne Arms and a Grade I listed church, all located in the neighbouring Winterbournes. The historic cathedral city of Salisbury offers a comprehensive range of recreational amenities, shopping facilities including a market each Tuesday and Saturday and a wide range of schooling, both state and private including two grammar schools and a college of further education. Salisbury has a mainline railway station stopping at nearby Grateley serving London, Waterloo and the West Country. Access to the M3 and M25 is easily obtained via the A303 to the north east and to Southampton via the A36/M27 to the south.


The property is heated via a oil fired central heating system, electric, water and a septic tank.

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Oliver Chandler

62 Castle Street, Salisbury

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