A beautifully presented 1930's semi detached house located in a prime residential area, just off the Castle Road and therefore in the catchment area of the local grammar schools. The property itself has been tastefully re-furbished whilst still retaining the natural character that you would expect. Some particular points to mention would be the extensive rear garden, garage and drive way offering ample parking.
As you arrive at the property, make your way up the flag stoned driveway past the small lawned and walled front garden to the main entrance.
UPVC door inset into the original brick and tiled archway with original tiling to the floor. Original timber door then leads through to the Entrance Hall.
Typical 1930's entrance hall with beautiful stained glass to both sides, impressive timber stair case and lovely original doors leading into the kitchen and sitting room. You also have some useful storage space under the stairs by way of bespoke push close doors.
Window to the front, wood effect flooring continued from the entrance hall and a picture rail.
This is the real heart of the home with the generous light and airy space and door out to the rear garden. The kitchen comprises modern matching wall and base units with a wood effect work top and an attractive inset porcelain one and half bowl sink and drainer. Integrated appliances include the electric oven, electric hob with chimney style extractor over, dishwasher and the full height fridge freezer.
Window to the side, picture rail and original timber doors leading to all bedrooms and the family bathroom. hatch to the loft space.
Large window to the front and feature fire place.
Window to the rear overlooking the garden, picture rail and feature fire place.
Window to the front, although this would typically be the single bedroom, office or nursery, the current owners have used this as a double bedroom before.
Window to the rear with a suite comprising of the recently installed P-Shaped bath with a mains mixer tap and glass shower screen. WC, wash hand basin and centrally heated towel rail.
To the immediate rear of the property you have a patio are, perfect for Alfresco dining in the summer months, from here you can access the drive via a gate and also make you way up the few steps to the raised lawn area which stretches some 30 metres.
Up and over door with light inside
This superb family home is situated in an elevated setting in a cul-de-sac from which there is pedestrian access across the City ring road and into the centre. Most favourably located off Castle Road, the house is within easy walking distance of the renowned South Wilts Girls Grammar School and Lee Hurst Swan, a highly regarded school in the private sector. Salisbury has further fine schools both in the state and private sectors and benefits from an excellent range of shopping and social amenities including well known stores, a variety of supermarkets, pubs, restaurants, theatres, cinema and the Five Rivers Leisure Centre. The City also boasts a wide variety of sports clubs and has a main line railway station serving London Waterloo and the West Country.
From our offices in Castle Street proceed north and at the roundabout continue straight across into Castle Road. Turn right just before the traffic lights into Victoria Road and continue into Moberley Road. At the top of the hill bear right and continue into Wordsworth Road where the property will be seen on the left hand side.
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