**WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR** This wonderfully presented mid-terrace home presents a rustic charm throughout, while also offering warmth and space. Within reasonable distance to the Salisbury city centre this property offers a kitchen and two reception rooms on the ground floor, upstairs is a family shower room and two bedrooms with the master bedroom located on the top floor. Externally, the plot offers a side entrance to the rear garden which is mostly laid to lawn with areas for shrubbery and a patio. The property offers versatile and flexible accommodation with potential for one of the bedrooms to be office/study as well as space for a designated reception area for the top floor bedroom.
Stone pathway leading to front door with a stone-laid area to the side
Entrance corridor laid with wooden floorboards, from which access is given to the front reception room and the larger reception room towards the rear of the property. There is also stairwell access to the left with storage area and cupboard.
The sitting room space offers a bright but cosy feel due to external light from the bay windows. This room has one of many decorative feature fireplaces that give a period feel throughout.
A larger reception space, currently being used as the main reception area, acts as a centric piece of the downstairs accommodation. It offers a feature fireplace, storage cupboard, wooden floorboards and a window to the rear garden.
A bright kitchen area which is both wall and floor tiled. It offers a good amount of under-counter and overhead storage, with space for an oven, fridge-freezer, washing machine and a tumble dryer.
The first floor landing provides access to the stairwell which in turn takes you to the first floor landing. Wooden doors then take you to the second and third bedrooms, as well as the bathroom to the rear.
A bay fronted bedroom with a period feature fireplace and built in wardrobe.
This generously sized top floor space offers a master bedroom as well as potential for a private reception area. This room provides views over the rooftops towards the Salisbury Cathedral.
A well-presented and good sized shower room with a walk-in shower with a marble effect wet wall a panel, sink basin, WC and boiler cupboard.
Accessed from the first floor landing the second stairwell take you directly to the top floor space.
The kitchen provides access via the backdoor to a paved side ally which in turn leads to the South-East facing rear garden. Mostly laid to lawn, this outside area offers an entertaining space as well as rear access to a public right of way path. This path opens out to the St. Pauls Conservative Club situated on Devizes Road.
A short walk into the City Centre, to Waitrose or the train station. The property is also conveniently located close to a frequent bus service. The mainline rail station (Exeter to London Waterloo), is convenient and only approx half a mile away. The property is also well situated for road travel, being only approx 8 miles from the A303, leading down to the West Country, or East towards the M3 into London. From Salisbury it is a half-hour drive to the New Forest, or less than an hour to the sea-side towns of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. Salisbury is a thriving Market Town with (for its size), good shopping facilities. It also boasts one of the finest Cathedrals in the world.
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