***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** This mid-terrace townhouse offers all the benefits of a rural town location, all-the-while presenting desirable facilities for modern living. With good sized accommodation and two reception rooms, this property is set to provide any prospective buyer with the space needed to create their contemporary family home. The accommodation comprises a kitchen, sitting room, dining room and cloakroom on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a family bathroom and three bedrooms, one with en-suite. The top floor houses the remining two bedrooms and an en-suite. Externally the plot is made up of an enclosed garden to the rear with both laid-to-lawn and patio spaces. Additionally there is a single garage located sperate from the property in a block of four set to the rear of the plot.
This mid-terrace property is instantly recognisable from its charming redbrick construction with accompanying blue door. Parking and the garage can be found to the rear of the plot.
Spacious floor-tiled hallway. Gives access to the dining room to the immediate left, sitting room front left, kitchen and cloakroom front right and stairwell to the first floor to the immediate right.
White tiles continue through to the kitchen from the entrance hall. Matching high and low cupboards with accompanying granite effect worktop and inset sink and drainer. Integrated AEG oven with Hotpoint electric hob and overhead extractor fan. Space for fridge/freezer and washing machine. Window to the rear with adjacent door to the rear garden.
Carpeted reception room space, chimney breast with accompanying mantlepiece and fireplace. Double patio doors with adjacent window panels open up to the patio in the rear garden.
Carpeted reception room space with windows to the front aspect.
Downstairs cloakroom space with WC and wash basin.
stairwell from the ground floor to the first floor landing. Gives access to three of the bedrooms as well as the family bathroom.
Floor and wall tiled bathroom space with bathtub, WC and wash basin. Window to the front aspect.
Wood flooring with built-in wardrobes with mirror-fronted sliding doors. Window to the rear with access to the en-suite.
Walk-in shower unit, Bathtub with wall-mounted mixer tap, WC and wash basin with electric shaver point. Window to the rear aspect.
Vinyl floored room with built-in wardrobe units with sliding mirror-fronted doors. Two sash windows to the front aspect.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear aspect.
Stairwell from the first floor landing welcome you to the top floor. Gives access to the remaining two bedrooms.
The largest bedroom space with access to the en-suite. Two windows to the rear and built-in storage cupboards.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect.
Double doors from the sitting room and back door from the kitchen open directly out into the rear garden. Mostly laid to lawn with a patio space and back gate. Additionally, the plot offers a single garage which is located in a block of four which is separate from the property. There is also an allocated parking space with additional visitor parking.
Situated just outside the cathedral city of Salisbury, Wilton is a quaint market town with a wonderful community spirit. It lies amidst rolling countryside and is close to the Cranbourne Chase area of outstanding natural beauty. The property is within comfortable walking distance from the centre of town and Wilton market place, which holds weekly markets of local produce every Thursday. Other amenities include, but are not limited to, a thriving community centre, Co-op and One-Stop grocery stores, doctors surgery & dentist, a choice of pubs, cafes and takeaways, a bakery, clothing shops and hairdressers. Nearby, Wilton House was a filming location for the recent TV drama The Crown and also offers an adventure playground for children. The Parish Church of St Mary and St Nicholas holds regular services and welcomes new residents and visitors into their impressive Italianate church building. Within reasonable distance there are many countryside walks, cycling routes and bridleways, including Grovely Woods. Nearby popular sight-seeing destinations include Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral. There are good commuter links from Salisbury train station to both London Waterloo and the West Country.
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