This impressive Victorian town house has been completely renovated throughout and has been taken back to the brick work; re-wired, new gas plumbing, new slate roof and re-built to an extremely high standard. The property has been split into two dwellings, with the top three floors retaining the freehold and offering three double bedrooms including the master suite covering the entire top floor, two reception rooms including the kitchen/diner which really does offer the wow factor. Its the best blend of a character Victorian and new build you will find. The basement has been separated off into a one bedroom flat which will be sold separately under a 125 year lease where there will be benefits of ground rental income as well as future lease renewals. All the works have been carried out by a Federation of Master Builders member firm and benefit from a council of mortgage lenders approved 10 year structural warranty.
Walk down the pathway with the iron railings to the side and the court yard frontage with Cotswold shingle, perfect for pots and plants or even a storage for your motor bike.
As you enter through the new UPVC door, you are welcomed by an attractive dark wood effect flooring which is continued throughout the entire ground floor. There is a door into the sitting room and then stairs rise to the first floor.
A lovely light and airy room with the new anthracite aluminium sash style high energy windows. The feature red brick fire place with solid oak mantle acts as the main focal point of the room. The windows are continued throughout the property in the same matching style. There is a fitted cupboard to the side of the recess housing the electrics etc.
As you enter the room you cant but help enjoy the wow factor this offers with the modern style kitchen and wooden work tops beautifully in sync with the flooring. You have a traditional porcelain style sink with mixer taps and integrated appliances including the dishwasher, eye level electric oven with a chefs dream 5 ring gas hob with an exciting large central wok ring and modern extractor. Also included in the sale is a wine cooler and there is space for an american style fridge freezer. The solid wood worktops over hang to act as a breakfast bar, perfect for those sociable informal evenings. There is a useful space under the stairs and then the room opens out into the dining room with patio doors to the rear garden.
A good sized wide landing with doors leading to the bathroom and bedrooms two and three. Stairs then rise to the second floor.
With a window to the rear and brand new suite including the P-shaped bath with mixer taps and a shower attachment, wash hand basin with vanity unit and the WC. There is an airing cupboard with space and plumbing for the washing machine. Also a centrally heated towel rail.
Large sash window to the front and plenty of room for wardrobes.
Sash window to the rear with views over the garden.
As you rise up the stairs to the second floor, open the door you are greeted with a retained red brick arch feature which is perfect for storage. There are eves storage to the front as well as space for wardrobes etc. Window to the rear with impressive views over the garden and beyond to Old Sarum and a door into the en-suite.
Fully tiled from floor to ceiling and enjoys a large walk in shower cubicle with mains mixer taps and a one piece unit incorporating the wash hand basin and WC with concealed cistern. Window to the rear and extractor.
A short walk into the City Centre, Waitrose and the train station and is also conveniently located close to a frequent bus service. The mainline rail station (Exeter to London Waterloo), is convenient and only approx half a mile away. The property is also well situated for road travel, being only approx 8 miles from the A303, leading down to the West Country, or East towards the M3 into London. From Salisbury it is a half-hour drive to the New Forest, or less than an hour to the sea-side towns of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. Salisbury is a thriving Market Town with (for its size), good shopping facilities. It also boasts one of the finest Cathedrals in the world.
From our office in Salisbury proceed out on to the Devizes Road. After approximately 100 yards turn right into Clifton Road where the property will be found on the left-hand side indicated by the agents For Sale board.
The garden is of a good size, has rear access and will remain a blank canvas and can be finished within reason to the buyers choice.
The area is covered by a residents parking under zone D which is extensive and covers all the immediate roads and more.
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