Oliver Chandler Estate Agents in Salisbury

George Street South, Salisbury

Guide price £295,000

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About the property

***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Situated within a comfortable walking distance to the Salisbury city centre is this characterful Victorian end-of-terrace. The property has been meticulously updated by the current vendors to create a contemporary home sought-after by a variety of homebuyers. The ground floor has been reconfigured to create a large reception room with space for dedicated sitting and dining areas. This sitting area offer a central wood burner housed within its original exposed redbrick fireplace. There is also a modern kitchen to the rear boasting space for a range-style cooker and other appliances. Upstairs there are two well-proportioned bedrooms which are served by a sleek bathroom with a roll-top bath and separate walk-in shower with rainfall showerhead above. Externally, the plot benefits from an enclosed garden to the rear. This is mostly laid with artificial lawn with patio space for al fresco seating, and areas for flower beds at its perimeter. There is also a practical garden shed and a side alley to the front of the plot for convenience.


From the Salisbury city centre, proceed up Fisherton Street towards St. Paul's Roundabout. Turn right after the railway bridge onto St. Paul’s Road. Turn left at the roundabout and follow the road round to the right where George Street South will be on the right-hand side after a short distance, with the property becoming apparent on the left-hand side. When approaching Salisbury, head south onto Fisherton Street from St. Paul’s Roundabout before following the same directions after turning left onto St. Paul's Road.

Sitting/Dining Room 24' 0'' x 13' 1'' (7.31m x 3.98m)

Front door opens to the introductory entrance porch. A secondary door opens into the carpeted sitting/dining room with windows to the front and rear aspects. Offers space for dedicated sitting and dining areas. The sitting areas has a central redbrick fireplace housing a wood burner on a stone hearth, as well as giving access to the first-floor landing via the stairs.

Kitchen 11' 1'' x 7' 9'' (3.38m x 2.36m)

Tile-effect flooring with windows to the side and rear aspects, with door to the garden at the side. Offers a range of high and low cabinet units with adjoining stone-effect worktops incorporating a one-and-a-quarter ceramic sink basin with drainer unit, and adjoining feature splashback tiling. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher. Also has space for a range-style cooker with extractor hood above, and a full-height fridge/freezer.

First Floor Landing

Carpeted stairs from the sitting/dining room ascend to the first-floor landing. Gives access to the two bedrooms and the family bathroom, as well as the roof space via the loft hatch above.

Bedroom One 13' 1'' x 11' 4'' (3.98m x 3.45m)

Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect.

Bedroom Two 12' 5'' x 7' 10'' (3.78m x 2.39m)

Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear aspect.

Bathroom 11' 1'' x 7' 7'' (3.38m x 2.31m)

Timber flooring with window to the rear aspect. Offers a roll-top bath, a walk-in shower unit with surrounding wet-wall panelling and rainfall shower head above, a WC, was hand basin, and a heated towel rail. There is also a storage cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine.


To the rear, the door from the kitchen opens to an introductory patio space which connect to the front of the plot via a side alley. This is set before an enclosed garden which is mostly laid with artificial lawn and has space for flower beds at its perimeter. To the very rear of the plot is an additional paved area for al fresco seating, and a practical garden shed.


Situated within a comfortable walking distance of the centre of Salisbury, prospective buyers will be able to benefit from the extensive range of amenities on the city has to offer. 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 School, Godolphin boarding school, and Leehurst Swan. Additionally, Salisbury has great commuter links to London Waterloo and the West Country via the train station. The area is also well connected for good road links down to the coastal cities of Southampton and Bournemouth, as well as routes into the New Forest.

Property features

  • Victorian Two-Bedroom End-of-Terrace
  • Immaculately Presented Throughout
  • Excellent Proximity to the Salisbury City Centre
  • Low Maintenance Rear Garden
  • Lovely Contemporary Kitchen
  • Sleek Bathroom
  • Well-Proportioned Bedrooms
  • Large Reception Room With Log Burner
  • Council Tax Band - C


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