***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** A characterful Victorian mid-terrace house boasting a convenient position for those needing regular access to the Salisbury city centre and the train station. The interior has been tasteful designed throughout to create a charming home which occupies a peaceful position along a no-through road. The ground floor comprises an open-plan reception room with space for dedicated sitting and dining areas, and a kitchen to the rear. Upstairs there are two well-proportioned bedrooms which are served by a bathroom with additional shower facilities. Externally, there is a rear courtyard garden with plenty of space for displaying potted plants, garden ornaments, and al fresco seating. There is also a practical garden shed, and side gated access to the front of the plot.
From Salisbury, proceed west along Wilton Road (A36) and proceed for approximately half-a-mile before turning left onto Longland. The property will then become apparent on the right-hand side after a short distance.
New front door opens directly into the sitting/dining room with wood flooring throughout. An open-plan reception space with two chimney breasts with an adjacent built-in cupboard housing the gas and electricity meters. Window to both front and rear aspects, with door flowing through to the kitchen at the rear, and a central staircase to the first-floor landing.
Tiled flooring with windows to the side and rear, with door to the garden at the side. Offers high and low cabinet units with adjoining polished wood worktops incorporating a stainless-steel sink basin with drainer unit, and surrounding splashback mosaic tiling. Offers space for an electric cooker with extractor hood above, a full-height fridge/freezer, and a washing machine.
Carpeted stairs from the sitting/dining room ascend to the first-floor landing. This gives access to the two bedrooms and the bathroom.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear. Currently utilised as a home office/study space.
Wood-effect flooring with window to the side aspect. Offers a bathtub with separate shower cubicle with surrounding splashback tiling, a WC, and a wash hand basin with mirror above.
Kitchen door opens to the rear courtyard garden. A paved outdoor space with space for displaying potted shrubs and plants, as well as ample room for al fresco seating. To the rear of the plot is a timber garden shed, and there is a side gate for access to the front of the plot.
Salisbury city centre is within a comfortable walking distance and offers a great range of amenities, with a local shop conveniently located at the end of the road. These 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 Wordsworth's, 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 is within a five-minute walk and offers direct links into London Waterloo and routes into 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.
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