***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** This victorian mid-terrace property offers generously proportioned accommodation and contemporary features, all-the-while retaining some of its elegant Victorian essence. The kitchen is fitted with copious appliances, many of which are sought after by the modern homebuyer. The Lean-to create a fantastic space for storage solutions, with additional storage options built-in to the remainder of the accommodation. The property comprises a sitting room, dining room and a kitchen on the ground floor. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a shower room. The exterior of the plot is made up of a small garden to the front laid with artificial turf. To the rear there is a private garden with tiered decking and a small patio, ideal to use as outdoors entertaining space.
As you travel west away from Salisbury along Wilton Road (A36), Cherry Orchard Lane can be found on your left just after the Shell garage. The property is situated on the right hand side of the road, a short way down close to its junction with Orchard Road.
Storm porch with glass panelled front door welcomes you into the entrance hall. A laminate floored space which leads to a door to the dining area which connects to the remaining downstairs accommodation, and the stairwell to the first floor landing.
Authentic wood flooring with bay windows to the front aspect.
Wood flooring continues, window to the lean-to and door to the kitchen at the rear. Chimney breast with adjacent fitted glass-fronted cabinet unit. This space also offers an desk space under the stairs.
Wood panel flooring with large side window to the lean-to and window to the rear aspect also. Black granite worktop with inset one and a half stainless steel sink and drainer worktop indentations. Accompanying high and low cupboard units with integrated Ignis oven with five ring gas hob and overhead extractor hood and metal splashback panel. Surrounding wall tiles with space for a fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. Houses additional wall-mounted Bosch double oven with Quantum Speed microwave and wall-hung gas boiler.
Storage area with door to the rear garden.
Carpeted stairwell introduces you to the first floor landing. Gives access to upstairs accommodation as well as the roof space via loft hatch. Additional built-in storage unit.
Exposed wood flooring with two windows to the front aspect. Chimney breast threshold with adjacent fitted wardrobes and cupboards.
Laminate flooring with window to the rear aspect and a built-in storage cupboard.
Carpeted bedroom with window to the side aspect.
Wall and floor tiled wet room with window to the side aspect. Rainfall shower head with fixed glass panel, WC, wash hand basin with mirror fronted vanity unit and heated towel rail.
To the front, a small brick wall fronted garden with cast iron gate and artificial turf. To the rear, the door from the lean-to opens to an enclosed garden space. A small patio area with tiered decking to the rear. Has as split timber gate for access to the rear of the plot.
Located approximately one mile from the centre of Salisbury, a prospective buyer will be able to make the most of the comfortable distance to the city centre and the amenities it has to offer. This includes, but is not limited to, supermarkets, high-street shops, copious restaurants, pubs and bars, excellent schooling and ample leisure facilities. Additionally, Salisbury train station offers great commuter links to both London Waterloo and the West Country. Salisbury is also well positioned for good road links to the coast cities of both Southampton and Bournemouth.
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