** WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR ** Located down a quiet private road is this elegant two bedroom Victorian terrace home benefitting from light and airy accommodation and a beautifully looked after level rear garden. On the ground floor you have the open plan sitting/dining room following onto the kitchen with access into the garden and the first floor you have the two double bedrooms and the family shower room.
As you arrive at the property, it maybe advisable to park on North Street as each property tends to park their cars outside their house. Then make your way up the private track and number 9 can be found on the left hand side.
As you enter the room from the front door, you immediately feel the space of this lovely room, there is a feature beam in the centre which divides the two area and the stunning red brick fire place acts as the main focal point in the centre of the room. There is built in shelving in the sitting room to also accommodate the television and books etc and some useful under stair storage, you will find the meters under here. Windows to the front and rear and a door leading into the kitchen. Stairs then rise to the first floor.
A lovely light and airy kitchen with dual aspect light coming in from the side and rear. A door gives access to the side which then leads to the rear garden. The kitchen itself comprises of a herring bone wood effect flooring and a range of matching wall and base units with a light granite effect worktop. Included in the sale is the freestanding gas cooker with filter above, free standing dishwasher, free standing fridge freezer and there is space for a washing machine.
With doors leading to both bedrooms and the family shower room. Hatch to the loft with a pull down ladder.
A double room with a window to the front and built in wardrobes with mirrored sliding doors.
Double bedroom with built in wardrobes and dual aspect windows to the side and rear.
Located to the side of the landing making the layout different from the standard Victorian footprint giving you a larger than normal room. The suite comprises of the WC, large walk in shower cubicle with electric shower system and the wash basin within a vanity unit. There is an airing cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler, water tank and shelving for linen etc. Window to the rear.
The rear garden is just beautiful, with the lovely patio area to the rear and surrounded by a range of plants, shrubs and flowers, the remainder of the garden is laid to lawn with fence panels bordering on all sides. There is a gate offering side access across the neighboring properties to the front, also a gate to the rear of the garden. There is no right of way across your garden at number 9. A good sized shed will be included in the sale.
Situated just outside the cathedral city of Salisbury, Wilton is a quaint market town with a wonderful community spirit. It lies amidst rolling countryside and is close to the Cranbourne Chase area of outstanding natural beauty. There are good transport links, including mainline railway station from Salisbury (London Waterloo 90 minutes) and good road links. The property is a 300 yard level walk from the centre of town and Wilton market place, which holds weekly markets of local produce every Thursday. There is a thriving community centre, which also holds a country market every Friday. Amenities include, co-op and one-stop grocery stores, doctors surgery & dentist, a choice of pubs, cafes and takeaways, a bakery, hardware store, pet shop, clothing, interiors and gift shops, hairdressers, beauty salons, garden centre, library and schools. Nearby Wilton House was a filming location for the recent TV drama The Crown and also offers an adventure playground for children. The Parish Church of St Mary and St Nicholas holds regular services and welcomes new residents and visitors into their impressive Italianate church building. In Wilton’s Castle Meadow there is a newly set up ‘men’s shed’, a pavilion which also hosts art classes, and a sports field with gym equipment and provisions for football, cricket and basketball. Many countryside walks, cycling routes and bridleways are easily accessible, including Grovely Woods. Nearby popular sight-seeing destinations include Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral.
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