* ELECTRIC GATED DEVELOPMENT * ALLOCATED PARKING * OVER 2,100 SQ FT * FIVE BEDROOMS * THREE STOREY
This rather impressive town house has been subject to a complete restoration by professional craft men who specialise in restoring period properties. With over 2,100 sq ft of accommodation presented over three stories, this iconic Town House has an intelligent design and a lovely spacious feel. The large timber framed sash windows along with the tall ceilings allowing the light to flood in. The property boasts five bedrooms with two en-suites and large living areas including a large kitchen diner with balcony for the summer evenings. This house must be viewed to truly appreciate what has been created here.
Private paved court yard with front door leading into the entrance hall. Stairs rise to the first floor.
Impressive wide landing with doors to the spacious kitchen diner and doors into the sitting room. Wide stair case leading up to the upper first floor.
Four sets of timber sash windows with dual aspects and tall ceilings give this room the real wow factor.
Impressive room with fitted quality kitchen on a slightly raised platform with Island and double doors lead out the balcony for those summer evenings.
Two sash windows to the front aspect. WC and Utility area with space for the washing machine and Tumble Dryer
Again an impressive landing with doors leading off to Bedrooms one,two, three and five. Stairs then rise to the third floor.
Built in wardrobes, timber sash windows and feature fireplace.
Built in raised bed with carpeted stairs leading up and good storage below. Perfect for the kids, also comes with an en-suite:
WC, Shower cubicle and wash hand basin.
Dual aspect timber frame sash windows.
Located in part of the Turret is this lovely little imaginative room.
Occupying the entire third floor is this spectacular room with the built in bed sitting at the top of the turret with views to all aspects.
Good sized bathroom with bath, wash hand basin and WC
This fantastic home is located in the heart of Salisbury, close to the railway station and Queen Elizabeth Gardens. Salisbury offers a wide range of shops, a thriving twice weekly market, theatre, city hall and cinema. The mainline railway station to London is also a level walk away and has a direct commute to London Waterloo in approximately 90 minutes. Queen Elizabeth Gardens is an extremely attractive park with grounds leading down to the River Avon and has views towards the Cathedral. Salisbury is particularly noted for its outstanding range of schools. Private schools include Chafyn Grove, Salisbury Cathedral School, Leaden Hall and Godolphin. Salisbury has also retained its grammar schools, Bishop Wordsworth for boys and South Wilts for Girls.
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