A lovely three bedroom chalet style property built in 1974 in a quiet cul-de-sac location in Wilton. The property has been extremely well looked after and tastefully modernised over the years and now represents a perfect home for the next owners.
**The residents of Saddlers Mead all enjoy the joint ownership of the meadow land with river frontage and fishing rights**
Park on the recently re-surfaced driveway which leads to the garage and walk past the landscaped front garden to the newly installed composite front door opening into the entrance hall.
Nice light and airy space with doors to the cloakroom and sitting room and stairs then rising to the first floor.
Window to the front and a suite comprising the WC and wash hand basin.
Impressive room with large windows to the front, wall mounted electric fire and bespoke cupboards built in to the chimney recess on both sides. As the room is westerly facing there is an automatic weather sensitive awning which shades the room nicely. A door then leads through to the kitchen.
This is the most recent addition to the house and really does offer the wow factor with the modern feel and integral appliances including: Neff electric oven, AEG five ring gas hob, AEG dishwasher and a Neff washing machine. All the units are matching and in an attractive shade of grey and include the soft close upgrade. Double doors then open into the landscaped rear garden.
Doors to all bedrooms and the family bathroom. Hatch to the loft space with pull down ladder.
There are two sections to the loft space, both fully boarded, the first section is around 12.1ft x 7.3ft with sloping ceilings and a window to the front. This area is currently used as office space and then a door leads through to the second section which measures 11.9ft x 7.3ft.
Window to the rear over looking the rear garden, built in wardrobes housing gas boiler with plenty of space into the eaves and a cupboard housing the modern water tank.
Built in cupboard and window to the front.
Dual aspect windows to the front and side.
Window to the side and a suite comprising of the separate shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin. There is also a modern centrally heated towel rail.
Step out from the kitchen on the newly laid resin patio area, this leads up to the side access in to the garage and around to the side with a gate to the front. There is a small attractive wall dividing this and the lawn area with shingle borders perfect for the pots and plants. A water butt can also be found around the side. The garden is completely enclosed by close panel fencing.
Up and over door with electric and light.
The property is located in this popular residential cul-de-sac within a level walk of the town centre where there are a number of amenities including 2 Doctors' surgeries, shops, public houses and bus services to and from Salisbury. The properties in the cul-de-sac also enjoy the shared ownership of adjoining meadow land bordering the River Nadder to where there are fishing rights. Salisbury, about 3 miles distance, has a wider range of amenities including a main line railway station with connections to London Waterloo.
Leaving Salisbury on the A36 towards Wilton at the roundabout turn left into Wilton. At the cross roads by the traffic lights continue straight across onto West Street. Follow the road around to the left and continue up the road. At the mini roundabout turn left into Saddlers Mead and the property is the first on the left.
All 27 residents of Saddlers Mead own a share of the meadow land with river frontage on to the Nadder with fishing rights. This is private land and only for the use of by the residents. The current fee is £130 per annum for the upkeep to the meadow land which covers general maintenance and lawn mowing etc.
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