***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** A charming, intelligently designed, mid-terrace townhouse situated close to the city centre. This property will offer any prospective buyer all the modern styling and facilities that contemporary house hunters are searching for, paired with artistic elements and hints of Victorian elegance. The modern features include but are not limited to a bright kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances, fully equipped bathroom and shower room and practical, tilt and turn windows. These features are cleverly contrasted throughout with subtle Victorian styling, such as the pleasant panelling in the shower room and the cast iron radiators on the ground floor. The accommodation comprises the kitchen/breakfast room equipped with pantry and integrated appliances, and a sitting room on the ground floor. On the first floor there is the shower room with bedrooms one and four (study), with the remaining two bedrooms and bathroom on the top floor. Externally the plot offers a pleasant, courtyard garden, which gives access to the separate single garage at the rear. The garage has an up-and-over door, which opens onto Coldharbour Lane.
As you travel north-west on Devizes Road (A360), Clifton Road is the third turning on your right hand-side. 52 Clifton Road can be found at the end of the road on your right.
The front door welcomes you into the entrance hall. An introductory area, which flows effortlessly through to the kitchen/breakfast room.
Matching wall and base units with splashback tiling above solid oak worktops. A breakfast bar - also solid oak - sits over large pan drawers. Integrated appliances include an oven and grill with accompanying gas hob and overhead extractor hood, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. A wall-mounted, Worcester Bosch combi boiler powers the gas central heating. There is a pantry/cupboard and a tilt and turn window to the front aspect. The flooring is high-density laminate.
A rustic, glazed panel door leads to the sitting room, laid with a continuation of the laminate floor. There is an elegant cast iron radiator, and two large windows to the rear aspect: one is tilt and turn, and the other houses the patio door to the courtyard garden.
Wide, newly carpeted, slow-rise stairs introduce you to the first-floor landing, which gives access to bedrooms one and four, and the shower room.
Bi-fold timber door opens onto Victorian styled vinyl floor. The mains mixer, rainfall shower is encompassed by white wall tiles. Comfort height WC, floor-standing vanity unit wash basin, extractor fan, built in cabinet and a heated towel rail over radiator.
Timber door to a newly carpeted bedroom, with a large tilt and turn window overlooking the rear of the property.
Newly carpeted bedroom or study with window to the front aspect. Being utilised by the vendors as a home office.
New carpet from the first-floor landing flows through to the second set of stairs, which open to the second-floor landing, giving access to the remaining two bedrooms, the bathroom and a convenient storage cupboard equipped with shelves.
Bi-fold timber door opens to the wood-effect-vinyl floored bathroom, offering a bathtub with traditional bath/shower mixer tap, WC, wash basin, extractor fan, heated towel rail, attractive wall tiling, and alcove fitted with glass shelves.
Timber door to newly carpeted bedroom with tilt and turn window to the rear aspect. Currently being utilised as a home office.
Timber door to newly carpeted bedroom with tilt and turn window to the front aspect.
A long, single garage at the rear of the property's freehold plot. There are 875 years left on its lease, and the leaseholder is exonerated from ground rent.
The plot offers a fully enclosed courtyard laid with patio and shingle, which gives access to the rear of the garage.
The property is situated on the western side of Salisbury within short walking distance of the City centre and train station, with its direct line to London Waterloo. Close by is an outstanding rated primary school, a Waitrose supermarket, the main leisure centre and swimming pool, two green spaces and access to nature walks. The city itself offers a wide range of amenities including its twice weekly Charter Market, numerous pubs, bars and restaurants, and the magnificent Cathedral Close. The New Forest National Park is nearby, and the seaside town of Bournemouth is just 45 minutes away by car.
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