***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Set on the ground floor of the charming Hughendon Manor, this two bedroom flat offers unique accommodation with plenty of light and space throughout. Period aesthetics are scattered across the property. From the largely windowed frontage with overbearing stained-glass panels above, and the feature archway with the tudorbethan timber panelling nestled within the sitting room. to the second bedroom which resides in the stunning turret with both opening bay windows and vibrant stained-glass panels that sit proudly above. Although sprinkled with regality and hints of grandeur, this property also boasts modern practicalities. This comes in the form of spacious accommodation, both an en-suite as well as a main shower room, and copious storage solutions. All of which are key criteria for the modern homebuyer. The property is further enhanced by its attractive setting, with communal gardens at the perimeter, with well-maintained hedgerows leading up to the flat's covered patio, which is ideal as an entertaining space.
As you travel east away from salisbury along Southampton Road (A36), Hughendon Manor will be found on the left hand as the road bends to the right as it passes through Petersfinger. Entrance to the property is on the side elevation. Gives access to the communal hallways with wides stairwells and stained glass windows. No.2 will be found on the left hand side as you enter the building.
Main access to the property open to the hallway. A carpeted entrance space with cupboard on the immediate right and stained glass window above a glass panel door to the front of the plot. Gives access to the kitchen, second bedroom, and the sitting room.
Laminate flooring with window to the side aspect. High and low kitchen cupboards, one of which housing the Worcester boiler, with adjoining solid worktops and splashback wall tiling. One and a half sink basin with drainer, Zanussi oven and gas hob with overhead extractor hood. Built-in fridge/freezer, Electrolux dishwasher and Hotpoint washing machine.
Carpeted reception room space with window frontage and double glass-panelled doors to the front patio area. Feature archway with subsequent tudorbethan mahogany panelling which houses the cast iron fireplace with tiled surrounding. Door to the lobby.
Hallway space which connects the sitting room with the shower room and the main bedroom.
Laminate flooring with with splashback wall tiling. Offers a walk-in cubicle with rainfall shower head., WC, wash basin with wall-mounted vanity mirror and electric shaver point, and an extractor fan.
Carpeted bedroom space with window and door to the rear. Offers built-in cupboard and wardrobes with access to the en-suite.
Laminate flooring with splashback wall tiling. Offers a bathtub with shower facilities, WC, wash basin with wall-mounted vanity mirror and electric shaver point, and an extractor fan.
Carpeted bedroom space with two built-in wardrobes. Set in the manor's southernly turret with sets of opening panels and stained-glass windows above.
Accessible from the main bedroom there is a communal patio to the rear with side access. Doors from the hallway and sitting room open to the front patio. Steps down to the communal lawns and car park at the font of the plot. There is a single allocated space with ample visitor parking.
Salisbury offers an excellent range of amenities which include, but not limited to, supermarkets (Tesco Extra being within half a mile), copious restaurants, bars and pubs, excellent high-street shops, leisure facilities as well as good schooling. The area boasts numerous excellent schools including Bishop Wordworth's, South Wiltshire Grammar School for Girls and Godolphin Girls School. Additionally, Salisbury offers great commuter links. The city's train station offers direct services to London Waterloo and the West Country. As for road links, the nearby A303 provides good road links to both London via the M3 and the West Country. Furthermore, the area is within comfortable distance to the coastal cities of Southampton and Bournemouth.
• Ground rent – Based on the information received, we understand thier is no ground rent. • Service charge – £1,285.53 (based on an invoice for 1/4/21-31/12/21); • Lease length – 999 years from 1 July 2003; • Management company for property – Salisbury Block Management.
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