** WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR ** An attractive detached family house which was originally built in the mid 1950s located in one of Salisburys finest roads. The house has the benefit of gas fired central heating as well as double glazing and is presented in good order. The original garage has been converted into a useful dining room and there is also a carport to the front with ample parking as well. There is a good sized garden to the rear with patio, flower beds and lawn.
As you arrive at the property, make your way through the iron gates, past the front garden and take a step up into the covered porch area before reaching the front door.
Spacious entrance hall with doors leading to the sitting room, dining room, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room and conservatory. Stairs then rise to the first floor.
Large window to the front, fitted gas fire with attractive surround, television aerial point and radiator.
Originally the garage, but then converted into a reception room. There is a window to the front and a door to the rear garden. Radiator
A large window looking through into the conservatory and kitchen comprising of single bowl sink unit, excellent range of base and drawer units, built in dishwasher, fitted fridge and freezer, built in oven with microwave and gas hob, range of wall cupboards, larder cupboard, Glow Worm gas fired boiler for domestic hot water and central heating, fitted breakfast bar and door to side garden.
With plumbing and drainage for washing machine and sliding doors into the garden.
Window to the rear, WC and wash hand basin.
With access to part boarded loft with ladder.
Window to the front and radiator.
Window to the front.
Window to the rear and with fitted wardrobe and radiator.
With corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC, airing cupboard with lagged hot water tank and immersion heater and separate WC.
The property is located just off the Castle Road in a very popular residential area. Victoria Park is within easy reach as is the Co-op stores on Castle Street and the city centre is approximately three quarters of a mile away. Here is the well known Market Square with its shops and supermarket, the famous Cathedral Close and Salisbury also has a main line railway station. Ridgeway Road is within easy reach of the girls' grammar school and there are other good primary and secondary schools available nearby.
To the front of the house there is an attractive area of garden with drive giving access to the carport with shrubs and flower beds to one side. Behind the house is a further large of garden with patio, lawn, shrubs, flower beds and a storage shed.
All mains services are connected to the property. BT.com suggests that maximum speeds of 300 Mb are available with Ultrafast Fibre 250 Broadband through BT.
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