Set within a reasonable walking distance of the Salisbury city centre, this end-of-terrace property offers versatile and spacious accommodation while boasting a fantastic position for those in frequent need of Salisbury's sought-after commuter links. The accommodation comprises a sizeable kitchen/diner, cosy sitting room, and a cloakroom on the ground floor. Upstairs there are two bedrooms with an en-suite to the main, a bathroom, and a study space which houses the steps that ascend to the top floor room. This carpeted roof space is currently being used as an additional bedroom. The property also benefits from a vast cellar space which is accessible from the sitting room via folding trapdoors. The lower ground level is fitted with power and lighting and offers ample storage opportunities. Externally, the plot offers a single off-street parking space as well as a bin store and areas for potted plants. The property is excellently situated to offer prospective buyers with pleasing walks into the Salisbury city centre via Mill Road and the adjoining paths through Queen Elizabeth Gardens.
When traveling through Salisbury, follow signs for the Churchfields Industrial Estate. Once along Churchfields Road where the property will be on the south side of the road after a short distance.
Stable door from the side opens to the entrance hall. Offers space for coats and shoes and gives access to the cloakroom and the kitchen/diner.
Wood effect flooring throughout with windows to the side and front aspects with additional door to the front. The kitchen offers a range of high and low cabinet units with adjoining solid worktops and attractive splashback wall tiling. Integrated appliances include a Beko oven and four-ring gas hob with Cooke & Lewis extractor hood above. One and a quarter stainless steel sink basin with drainer unit. Space for a washing machine, tumble dryer, and a full-height fridge/freezer. Flows through to the sitting room.
Continuation of the wood-effect flooring with two windows to the side and a cupboard housing the meters. Gives access to the first floor via the stairwell and the cellar via covered steps.
Wood effect flooring with exposed redbrick wall. Offers a WC and a wash basin with practical cabinet below.
Carpeted stairwell ascends to the first floor landing. In turn, gives access to two bedrooms, the study, and the family bathroom.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect. Gives access to the en-suite.
Offers a walk-in shower cubicle, WC, wash basin with splashback wall tiling, a practical cabinet, and an extractor fan.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect.
Exposed wooden flooring with window to the front. A versatile space equipped with built in shelving and houses the stairs to the top floor room.
Wood-effect laminate flooring. Offers a bathtub with shower facilities and a glass screen, WC, wash basin, sizeable wall-mounted vanity mirror, extractor fan, heated towel rail, and an electric shaver point.
Steps from the study introduce the carpeted top floor room. A converted space which is currently utilised as a bedroom.
Accessible via folding trapdoors from the sitting room, steps lead down to the cellar. A sizeable storage space equipped with lighting and power.
To the side of the plot there is a single off-street parking space with a bin store and space for a range of potted plants.
Salisbury offers a great 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's Wordsworth, South Wilts Grammar School, Godolphin School, and Leehurst Swan. Leisure and recreational facilities include the nearby Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, a golf club, and recreation grounds. Salisbury train station is positioned a stone's throw away and 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.
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