Oliver Chandler Estate Agents in Salisbury

Ayleswade Road, Salisbury

Guide price £580,000

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About the property

***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Occupying a prime residential location within the prestigious district of Harnham is this beautiful end-of-terrace Edwardian family Home. The property boasts a pleasing period frontage, with its characterful charm continuing throughout the accommodation, and offers an array of versatile spaces, allowing prospective buyers to create their perfect forever home. The extensive accommodation comprises three reception rooms, one of which currently utilised as an additional bedroom, a kitchen/diner with integrated appliances, and a convenient cloakroom housing the gas boiler on the ground floor. Upstairs there are three well-proportioned bedrooms served by the family bathroom, and a home office/study space. Ascending further the second floor is home to the main bedroom which is imbued with natural light from the Juliet balcony to the rear and skylight above and is served by the en-suite. The interior offers copious storage solutions and has been tastefully finished to a high standard. Externally, in addition to the front courtyard is an enclosed rear garden. Patio doors from the kitchen/diner open to an introductory patio with ample space for al fresco seating, to be used as an ideal outdoor entertaining area. This is set before a laid-to-lawn garden with flower beds, mature flora, and greenery at its perimeter. To the very rear of the plot is a timber summerhouse providing additional prospects for a separate reception room or an office. There is also a shared side alley proving practical access to the front of the plot.


From the centre of Salisbury, proceed south along Exeter Street and turn right on St. Nicholas Road at Exeter Street Roundabout. Follow the road round and continue over the bridge before bearing left onto Ayleswade Road, where the property will be on the right-hand side after a short distance.

Entrance Hall

Front door opens to the entrance hall with timber flooring. Gives access to the family room, the ground-floor bedroom/dining room, and the sitting room, as well as the first-floor landing via the carpeted stairs.

Family Room 11' 10'' x 11' 6'' (3.60m x 3.50m)

Continuation of the light timber flooring with window bay to the front aspect fitted with planation shutters.

Bedroom/Dining room 12' 11'' x 9' 7'' (3.93m x 2.92m)

further continuation of the light timber flooring with door to the garden at the rear. A versatile ground floor space currently utilised as an additional bedroom, but is also suited to an additional reception room or a home office/study.

Sitting Room 16' 0'' x 9' 7'' (4.87m x 2.92m)

Light timber flooring with window to the side and door to the cloakroom. A bright and welcoming reception room space which flows through to the kitchen via an open doorway.

Kitchen/Diner 13' 6'' x 11' 11'' (4.11m x 3.63m)

Continuation of the light timber flooring with skylights above and double patio doors to the rear. Offers a variety of high and low cabinet units with adjoining wood worktops incorporating a one-and-a-quarter ceramic sink basin with drainer unit, and surrounding Victorian-style splashback tiling. Integrated appliances include a wall-mounted double oven with separate five-ring gas hob with extractor hood above. Also offers a built-in full-height fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, and a washing machine. Offers ample space for a central dining table and chairs with feature lighting above.


A convenient cloakroom with window to the front. Offers a WC and a wash hand basin. Houses the Worcester gas boiler for heating and hot water.

First Floor Landing

Carpeted stairs ascend to the first-floor landing. Gives access to three bedrooms, the family bathroom, the office, and the airing cupboard, as well as the main bedroom via additional stairs to the second floor.

Bedroom Two 13' 2'' x 11' 11'' (4.01m x 3.63m)

Carpeted bedroom space with windows to the front aspect.

Bedroom Three 9' 8'' x 9' 5'' (2.94m x 2.87m)

Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear aspect, and a built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom Four

Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear aspect, and a built-in wardrobe.

Home Office/Study 8' 5'' x 4' 11'' (2.56m x 1.50m)

Carpeted study space with window to the front aspect.

Family Bathroom

Tiled flooring with window to the side. Offers a bathtub with shower facilities above and surrounding splashback tiling, a WC with concealed cistern, and a wash hand basin with adjacent countertop space.

Bedroom One 17' 7'' x 11' 4'' (5.36m x 3.45m)

Carpeted stairs from the first-floor landing ascend further to the top floor. Opens into the main bedroom with skylight to the front and Juliet balcony to the rear aspect. Offers ample eaves storage and access to the en-suite.


Tiled flooring with skylight to the front aspect. Offers a walk-in shower unit with surrounding wall tiling, a WC, wash hand basin, and an electric shaver point.


To the front, the property enjoys pleasing Victorian frontage with a path laid with tasteful outdoor tiling, with an adjacent area for displaying potted plants and other garden ornaments. To the rear, double doors from the kitchen/diner open to an introductory patio with ample space for al fresco seating. This is set before an enclosed laid-to-lawn garden with flower beds, mature shrubs, and other flora at its perimeter. To the very rear of the plot is a timber-constructed summer house (11' 9 x 9' 11") equipped with power and lighting, to be used as an outside entertaining space, with adjoining storage. There is also practical side access via a shared alley.


Prospective buyers will benefit from the property's close proximity to the Salisbury city centre which can be entered via pedestrian routes through the cathedral grounds. The Historic City of Salisbury offers a range of amenities, these include, but are not limited to, supermarkets, high-street shops, bi-weekly markets, copious restaurants, pubs & bars, a theatre, the arts centre, a cinema and renowned state and private schools. These include Bishop Wordsworth's School, South Wilts Grammar School, Godolphin School, and Leehurst Swan. Leisure and recreational facilities include the very nearby Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, a golf club, and recreation grounds. Salisbury train station offers direct commuter links to London Waterloo and the West Country. Additionally, Salisbury is well-positioned to offer great road links to the coastal cities of Southampton and Bournemouth, as well as routes into the New Forest.

Agent's Note

There is a flying freehold over the side alley, with No.18 & 20 having joint responsibility for maintenance.

Property features

  • Stunning Edwardian Family Home
  • Bright & Spacious Accommodation
  • Tastefully Presented Throughout
  • Prestigious Residential Location
  • Pedestrian Routes Into The City Centre Via Cathedral Grounds
  • Good-Sized Rear Garden With Summer House
  • Three Versatile Reception Spaces
  • Well-Proportioned Bedrooms
  • Council Tax Band - E


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