SOLD SUBJECT TO CONTRACT A supberb city centre three bedroom property which has been beautifully converted from this Iconic City Centre building. Being located in a gated development just seconds from the hustle and bustle of the City makes this an exciting opportunity for either someone wanting the City life or equally would suit someone looking for a lock up and leave.
Walk in through the front door to the beautifully finished hallway with engineered oak flooring and attractive timber doors with modern handles to the living space and under stairs storage. Stairs then gently rise and turn to the 1st floor.
Stunning space with two exceptionally large sash windows to the front and with the continuation of the oak flooring from the entrance hall. There are multiple electric and multi media points.
A fitted shaker style kitchen with wooden work tops and integral appliances including electric hob with modern extractor, electric cooker, dishwasher, full height fridge freezer and space for the washing machine.
Light and airy landing space with timber doors to all bedrooms, bathroom and airing cupboard.
Two large windows to the rear aspect and attractive built in wardrobes with matching timber doors and internal sensor light. Door through to the spacious en-suite
Light and airy en-suite with attractive light tiled flooring and comprising of a large walk in shower, WC, wash hand basin and centrally heated towel rail.
Large sash window to the front again with built in cupboard with internal sensor light.
Sash window to the front, TV and telephone point and built in wardrobes.
Lovely family bathroom finished with attractive light tiled flooring with a white suite comprising of a shower cubicle with rainfall shower head and separate shower attachment. WC, wash hand basin with full pedestal and bath. Large window to the rear aspect.
14 Salt Lane is situated in one of the older and more popular residential areas very close to the centre of Salisbury. It is a huge advantage to be able to take a short level walk from the centre of Salisbury where there is a thriving shopping area around the market square and an excellent range of other leisure and recreational amenities including The Playhouse Theatre, cinema, arts centre, restaurants and bars. Salisbury has also become very sought after because of its excellent range of schools at all level - it retains both boys and girls grammar schools as well as private schools including Godolphin, Chafyn Grove and The Cathedral School all of which are within easy walking distance of Bedwin Street. Being at the confluence of five lovely river valleys (the Ebble, Nadder, Wyle, Bourne and Avon) Salisbury is surrounded by some of the most picturesque countryside in the south of England with excellent walking, riding and cycling country all around. There are golf. rugby, tennis and football clubs nearby and racing at Salisbury, motor racing at Thruxton and the coast is just about an hour's drive to the south. For those who commute to work or travel outside of the area on a regular basis the A303/M3 is reasonably close by (about 11 miles) bringing the business centres along the M3/M25 corridors within easy driving distance. Close proximity to the A36 and A31 also provide good access to the business centres. Southampton, Bournemouth and Heathrow airports are all within easy reach, and Salisbury station has a fast regular service to London Waterloo.
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