Oliver Chandler Estate Agents in Salisbury

Salt Lane, Salisbury

Guide price £250,000

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About the property

***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Set in a picturesque corner of the Salisbury city centre, this two-bedroom maisonette offers prospective buyers with a cosy home on the doorstep of this stunning Cathedral City and the range of amenities that are on offer. Upon entry, a stairwell ascends to the first-floor which comprises the kitchen/diner with its integrated appliances, the welcoming sitting room which houses the wood burner and a range of built-in storage solutions, and the recently modernised bathroom with its tasteful Victorian-style wall tiling. Carpeted stairs rise to the second floor where there are two well-proportioned bedrooms, each with outlooks to the front of the plot. Externally, double doors from the sitting room open to the roof terrace which has pleasant views towards the Greencroft, and has ample room for a table and chairs, and space for a range of potted plants.


When travelling from the Salisbury city centre (market square), travel north towards Endless Street and take the first right onto Salt Lane. Continue to the end of the road where the property will be on the left-hand side by the entrance to the Greencroft.

Entrance Hall

Front door opens to an initial staircase that ascends to the first floor accommodation. Flows into the kitchen/diner on the left, sitting room on the right, and has access to the bathroom.

Sitting Room 11' 9'' x 11' 7'' (3.58m x 3.53m)

Wood-effect laminate flooring with window to the front aspect. Offers a chimney breast with fireplace alcove housing a wood burner set on a slate hearth. Built-in shelving and storage areas, and a door through to the roof terrace.

Kitchen/Diner 11' 9'' x 11' 3'' (3.58m x 3.43m)

Continuation of the wood-effect flooring with window to the front aspect. Offers a range of high and low cabinet units with adjoining timber worktops incorporating a one and a quarter sink basin and drainer unit, with surrounding Victorian-style splashback tiling. Integrated appliances include an electric oven, with electric hob and extractor hood above, set in the chimney breast alcove. Space for a full-height fridge/freezer and a slimline dishwasher.

Bathroom 11' 9'' x 4' 11'' (3.58m x 1.50m)

Attractive tile-effect laminate flooring with window to the rear. Offers a bathtub with shower facilities including a glass screen and surrounding Victorian-style wall tiling, a WC with concealed cistern, and a wash basin with practical cabinet below and adjacent worktop. Also has space and plumbing for a washing machine.

Second Floor Landing

Carpeted stairs from the kitchen/diner introduce the second floor landing which in turn gives access to the two bedrooms.

Bedroom One 11' 7'' x 10' 4'' (3.53m x 3.15m)

Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect.

Bedroom Two 11' 4'' x 10' 4'' (3.45m x 3.15m)

Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect.

Roof Terrace 11' 9'' x 8' 9'' (3.58m x 2.66m)

Double patio doors from the sitting room open to the roof terrace space. A pleasant exterior area with space for an al fresco table and chairs, ample room for potted and hanging plants, and overlook the Greencroft to the east.


The Cathedral City of Salisbury offers a great range of amenities. Within the immediate vicinity the property overlooks the neighbouring Greencroft greenspace and has a cafe below the property. Further amenities include, but are not limited to, supermarkets, high-street shops, bi-weekly markets, copious restaurants, pubs & bars, a theatre, the arts centre, a cinema and renowned state and private schools. These include Bishop's Wordsworth School, South Wilts Grammar School, Godolphin School, and Leehurst Swan. Leisure and recreational facilities include the nearby Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, a golf club, and recreation grounds. Salisbury train station offers direct commuter links to London Waterloo and the West Country. Additionally, Salisbury is well-positioned to offer great road links to the coastal cities of Southampton and Bournemouth, as well as routes into the New Forest.


154 year lease from 29th September 1985 (approximately 117 years remaining). Prospective owners are responsible for fifty-percent of any exterior upkeep, with £250 per annum buildings insurance, and a peppercorn ground rent.

Property features

  • Two-Bedroom Maisonette
  • Quiet Central Location
  • Tasteful Period Styling
  • Recently Refurbished Bathroom
  • Roof Terrace
  • Council Tax Band - B


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