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An attractive Period town house with spacious accommodation and enjoying a short level walk into the City Centre. The property comprises two reception rooms, large galley kitchen, three bedrooms and a good sized family bathroom all benefiting from tall ceilings and original character features.
Walk through the iron gate into the small court yard area bordered by a dwarf wall, perfect for pots and plants. Then enter through the main door.
With timber floor, tall ceilings and the original decorative archway makes for an impressive first impression. A door then leads into the sitting/dining room and stairs gently rise to the first floor.
Lovely bay window to the front with a fabulous fire place as the main focal point (currently not in use)
Continuation of the timber floor boards and an equally impressive fire place with an original Victorian stove as a feature. There is a window to the rear and timber doors leading into the kitchen and to the under stair cupboard.
Gallery style kitchen with matching wall and base units with an inset stainless steel sink and drainer. Patio doors open out in to the rear garden and a window to the side. There is space for the washing machine, full height fridge freezer and a freestanding cooker.
Large area with doors to all bedrooms and the family bathroom. Hatch to the loft space.
Good size double bedroom with a window to the front aspect.
Good sized double bedroom with a window to the rear aspect.
Good sized third bedroom with a deep recess and a window to the front.
Large bathroom with a suite comprising of the bath with a a mains mixer shower over, WC and wash hand basin with full pedestal. The cupboard houses the wall hung centrally heated boiler. Window to the rear.
The rear garden is of a reasonable size for a centrally located property and is bordered by wooden panel fencing and enjoys a small patio area to the immediate rear.
Nelson Road is a desirable residential area which is within a short level walk from the centre of Salisbury where there is a thriving shopping area around the market square and an excellent range of other leisure and recreational amenities including The Playhouse Theatre, cinema, arts centre, restaurants and bars. Salisbury has also become very sought after because of its excellent range of schools at all level - it retains both boys and girls grammar schools as well as private schools including Godolphin, Chafyn Grove and The Cathedral School all of which are within easy walking distance of Bedwin Street. Being at the confluence of five lovely river valleys (the Ebble, Nadder, Wyle, Bourne and Avon) Salisbury is surrounded by some of the most picturesque countryside in the south of England with excellent walking, riding and cycling country all around. There are golf. rugby, tennis and football clubs nearby and racing at Salisbury, motor racing at Thruxton and the coast is just about an hour's drive to the south. For those who commute to work or travel outside of the area on a regular basis the A303/M3 is reasonably close by (about 11 miles) bringing the business centres along the M3/M25 corridors within easy driving distance. Close proximity to the A36 and A31 also provide good access to the business centres. Southampton, Bournemouth and Heathrow airports are all within easy reach, and Salisbury station has a fast regular service to London Waterloo.
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