This impressive and spacious Victorian semi-detached house was built around 1897 and is now being offered to the market with no chain. Some points to mention would be the grand entrance hall with original Victorian tiling and tall ceilings with attractive cornices, three good sized reception rooms, three good sized bedrooms, two bathrooms, large south facing rear garden and a drive way offering space for a small car. There is huge potential with this lovely house to improve and extending if necessary adding to the current 1,500 square feet.
Walk through the two white pillars through the small timber gate to the front court yard area. Here you you have a gravelled area with flower beds and a parking space for one small car. Enter the porch:
UPVC construction, perfect for shoes or coats and then the large front door leads you directly into the grand entrance hall.
Stunning space with tall ceilings, impressive cornices and original tiling. Doors lead off to the sitting room, reception two and the breakfast room. There is a large under stairs cupboard and a useful space for hanging cloaks.
Impressive bay window to the front, tall ceilings and an open fire place.
Large window to the rear and protruding chimney breast which could possibly be re-opened and original picture rails
Timber door giving access to the side patio area, open door way through to the kitchen and door to the boiler room. There are built in cupboard into the chimney recess and the chimney itself. Timber window also looks out to the side.
Fully fitted kitchen with integrated electric oven and hob with filter extractor above. Matching wall and base units with granite effect work tops and space for the washing machine.
Window to the rear and wall hung gas central heating boiler.
Split level landing with doors to all bedrooms and both bathrooms. Hatch access to the loft.
Bay window to the front and built in wardrobes.
Window to the front.
Window to the rear aspect.
Window to the side aspect.
Window to the rear and a suite comprising of an enamel bath, wash hand basin and WC.
Window to the side aspect and a suite comprising of a walk in shower, wash hand basin with vanity unit and WC.
The rear garden is south facing and is relatively level. There is a good sized patio area to the immediate rear of the property and then the remainder is laid to lawn with an extensive range of flower beds. At the end of the lawn area you will find a little secret garden off to the left.
Wilton Road is located within easy reach of local amenities with three general stores, a post office, pharmacy and doctor's surgery nearby. The historic Cathedral City of Salisbury has extensive shopping facilities and a twice weekly thriving market. There is a choice of schools for all ages within and outside the city boundary. The theatre, arts centre and cinema are all located in the centre and there are a variety of leisure and recreational facilities nearby. Salisbury has excellent road links to London (A303) Southampton (A36) and Bournemouth (A338) and a trip to London, Waterloo, by train from the mainline railway station takes 90 minutes.
From our office in Salisbury continue out on Castle Street. At the roundabout turn left onto the dual carriageway. At the next roundabout take the second exit right onto Wilton Road. Continue up Wilton Road shortly before the left hand turning into Gramshaw Road you will find the property on your left hand side.
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