**NO ONWARD CHAIN** This two bedroom semi-detached 1930s bungalow has been modernised throughout and now offers a lovely home for the next owners. Some special points to mention would be the recently installed conservatory with electric roof window and the driveway with space for two cars.
Doors leads to bedroom one, bedroom two, bathroom and the sitting room
Window to the side aspect and a suite comprising of a separate shower cubicle with mains mixer taps, WC and wash hand basin. The floor is finished with a tile effect.
The sitting room has been opened out into a open plan layout with the kitchen. The sitting room has Karndean wood effect flooring through out with patio doors opening into the conservatory. There is also a wood burner which is in working order.
Modern kitchen with matching wall and base units. Space for a washing machine, built in freezer and electric cooker with extractor hood above. The fridge is integrated under the counter. Gas central heating boiler is wall hung and concealed in a matching unit. There is a one and a half bowl porcelain style sink with a window over looking the rear garden. Door to the side.
Bay window to the front. Built in quality wardrobes on one side of the wall, with built in overhead cupboards on the other.
Window to the front and built in fold up bed with storage.
Landscaped garden geared towards low maintenance. There is a slight gradient going down to the rear with tiered artificial turf. There is also a good sized garden shed. with power.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Provision for telephone subject to transfer regulations. Gas fired central heating with radiators.
Laverstock is a popular residential area on the eastern side of Salisbury. Local amenities include a shop and public house and there are regular bus services into the city where there is a wider range of amenities. There is a good choice of schools locally and within the city. Salisbury also benefits from a main line railway station with connections to London, Waterloo.
Leave the city centre via Milford Street and proceed under the ring road bridge, straight over the traffic lights and continue up the hill. Bear left at the mini roundabout, passing under the Godolphin School footbridge and continue down the hill. At the next mini roundabout proceed under the railway bridge toward Laverstock. Take the third right turn into Mayfair Road and right again into Greenwood Avenue. Proceed round the first corner, follow the the road to the top and bearing round to the left, the property will be located on the left hand side.
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