***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Set away from the road in a small modern development constructed in 2016, this four-bedroom family home offers copious luxurious qualities, seldom found in properties of this size and in this location. These include a brilliant use of space, an abundance of natural light, and a consistency in its bespoke design. The property is located within a comfortable distance of the Salisbury city centre, and benefits from the nearby Wyndham Park Infants and St. Marks Junior schools, as well as walks towards town via the St. Marks Open Space. The property is approached by a private lane leading to the development where it will be found on the right-hand side. Upon entry to the property, the main entrance welcomes you to the first-floor accommodation. This comprises four well-proportioned bedrooms, with an en suite to the main, and a family bathroom to serve the remaining. The en-suite and bathroom are contemporarily designed with pleasant wood-effect flooring throughout, luxury rainfall showers, with an alcove bathtub in the family bathroom. From the first-floor entrance hall, the custom-built oak staircase with opulent glass balustrade opens to the stunning kitchen/diner. Equipped with made-to-measure timber units, including a practical island space incorporating a breakfast bar and five-ring Range Cooker, as well as a feature pantry style storage unit with central space for a double door fridge/freezer. This space develops through to the garden room at the rear. This area creates a welcoming and spacious reception room which is imbued with natural light drawn in from the vast floor to ceiling windows at the gable end, with its double patio doors opening to the rear garden. The ground floor also offers a sizeable sitting room, also with doors through to the garden at the rear. In addition, the ground floor offers the practicalities of a utility room, a study, cloakroom, and a storage space. The entirety of the ground floor is conveniently equipped with underfloor heating, fuelled by the gas boiler housed in a concealed utility-room cabinet. Externally, the plot offers a shingle led driveway to the front with access to the single garage and side access to the rear garden. At the rear, double doors from both the garden room and the sitting room open to an introductory patio space that wraps around the rear of the building, creating an ideal area for al fresco dining and entertaining. This then transitions to a laid-to-lawn garden with areas for flower beds at the perimeter and additional spots for planting other shrubs and flora to create any prospective buyer’s dream garden.
As you are travelling across Salisbury via the ring road (A36), take the turning north onto St. Marks Avenue off St. Marks Roundabout. The property will be on the right hand side between its junctions with Netheravon Road and Somerset Road.
The front door to the property opens to the entrance hall. Gives access to the four bedrooms, the family bathroom, and the airing cupboard in the first instance. Oak staircase with accompanying glass balustrade opens to the lower ground floor. First introducing the kitchen/diner, this then gives access to the sitting room, garden room, study, cloakroom, and the utility.
Carpeted reception room space with dual aspect windows to the side and rear, with patio doors opening to the rear.
Tiled flooring throughout with ample natural light from the garden room to the front. Offers a range of bespoke timber storage cabinets with adjoining worktops and a Smeg stainless steel sink with drainer unit. Granite topped breakfast bar/ kitchen island with integrated five-ring Stoves Range Cooker with freestanding extractor hood above. Adjacent sits an impressive made-to-measure pantry unit with central double fridge/freezer. Additional space for a dishwasher which will also be included. Steps down to the garden room at the rear.
Continuation of the tile flooring with vast gable side windows reaching to the vaulted ceiling. Additional window to the side aspect. Double patio doors to the rear garden.
Carpeted home office space with window to the side aspect.
Tiled flooring with window to the side. Offers additional storage units with adjoining timber worktops and splashback wall tiling. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit, washing mashing and a tumble dryer. Houses the boiler in a concealed matching unit. Door through to the storeroom as well as side access to the garden.
Tiled flooring with WC and wash basin.
Practical storage space accessible from the utility room.
Carpeted bedroom space with dual aspect windows to the side and rear. Two built-in wardrobe units and access to the en-suite.
High density wood-effect flooring with window to the rear aspect. Offers a walk-in shower unit, WC, floating wash basin with storage beneath and wall-mounted vanity unit above.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the rear and a built-in wardrobe unit.
Carpeted bedroom space window to the side and a built-in wardrobe unit.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect.
High density wood-effect flooring with window to the side aspect. Offers a cosy bathtub alcove with surrounding splashback tiling. Walk-in shower unit with rainfall showerhead, spotlighting, and surrounding wall tiling. floating wash basin with storage below and wall-mounted vanity mirror above.
To the front, there is a shingle laid driveway which leads to the main entrance of the property. There is a garage that sits adjacent from the entrance porch as well as steps leading down the side of the plot to give access to the rear garden. To the rear, patio doors from the sun room and sitting room open to an introductory patio which wraps around the plot. Steps lead down to an enclosed laid-to-lawn garden with areas for flower beds at the perimeter as well additional space for planting other shrubs and flora. A further path stretches up to a timber side gate to give access to the front of the plot on the right hand side.
Salisbury offers a great range of amenities. 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's Wordsworth, 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.
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