Conveniently situated northwest of the Salisbury city centre is this well-proportioned three-bedroom family home boasting a range of versatile accommodation and lovingly maintained exterior spaces. The interior comprises a sitting room with central wood burner and bay window to the front, a kitchen with integrated appliances, a dining room, garden room, and a convenient cloakroom. Upstairs there are three well-proportioned bedrooms which are served by the family bathroom. Externally, the plot benefits from a driveway to the front with adjacent space for planting greenery. This driveway continues down the side of the plot to introduce the single detached garage. The garage is currently equipped with a workshop space to the rear. The door from the garden room opens to an introductory patio space at the rear with ample room for al fresco seating. A path from the patio then flows past a large flower bed home to a variety of flora to the enclosed laid-to-lawn garden. This has a selection of flowers, shrubs, and bushes at its perimeter. There is also a practical garden shed and access through to the summerhouse, a cosy space fitted with a wood burner to enjoy at all times of the year.
From Salisbury, proceed north from St. Paul's Roundabout onto Devizes Road (A360). Continue for just over a mile before turning left onto Heath Road where the property will be on the left-hand side.
Front door opens to the carpeted entrance hall. Gives access to the sitting room, dining room, and the kitchen, as well as the first-floor landing via the carpeted stairs, and an under-stair cupboard.
Carpeted reception room space with bay window to the front aspect, and a central wood burner set on a tiled hearth.
Vinyl flooring with windows to the side and rear, and a door to the side. Offers a range of high and low cabinet units with adjoining solid worktops incorporating a one and a half sink basin with drainer unit, and surrounding splashback tiling. Integrated appliances include an electric oven with four-ring gas hob and extractor hood above. Offers space for a washing machine and an under-counter fridge/freezer. Gives access to the cloakroom.
Continuation of the vinyl flooring with window to the side aspect. Offers a WC and a wash hand basin.
Wood-effect laminate flooring with windows and door to the garden room at the rear. Offers a central gas fireplace on a stone hearth.
A conservatory-like space with vinyl flooring, and windows and door to the rear. A versatile room currently used for additional seating.
Carpeted stairs from the ground floor ascend to the first-floor landing with window to the side. Gives access to the three bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Carpeted bedroom space with bay window bay to the front aspect.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear aspect, a central feature fireplace, and a built-in cupboard housing the gas boiler for heating and hot water.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect.
Window to the rear. Offers a bathtub with shower facilities above, a WC, wash hand basin, and a heated towel rail. Loft hatch to the roof space above.
Up-and-over door to the front with windows to the side. Adjoins the workshop to the rear.
A versatile space with window to the side. Fitted with a wood burner and storage.
To the front there is a driveway with space for one car with is set adjacent to a front garden home to a variety of greenery. The driveway provides primary access to the accommodation and continues down the side of the property to introduce the garage. To the rear, the door from the garden room opens to an introductory patio space with ample room for al fresco seating. A path from the patio then flows past a large flower bed to the enclosed laid-to-lawn garden with flowers, shrubs, and bushes at its perimeter. There is also a practical garden shed and access through to the summerhouse.
The Salisbury city centre is just over a mile to the south-east and offers an extensive range of amenities. These include, but are not limited to, high-street shops, supermarkets, cafes, copious restaurants, pubs & bars, ample leisure facilities including gyms and leisure centres, and a great range of schooling. These include South Wilts Grammar School, Bishop Wordsworth's, Godolphin boarding school, and Leehurst Swan, as well as the nearby Sarum Academy. Additionally, Salisbury train station offers great commuter links to London Waterloo and the West Country. The area is also well connected for good road links down to the coastal cities of Southampton and Bournemouth, and routes into the New Forest. The immediate area is very well connected to Salisbury and the surrounding areas via public transport as well as convenient links to the A303 to the north.
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