A suprisingley spacious three bedroom 1930;s terraced home located in a popular residential area only a short drive into City Centre and within the catchment area of the local schools. The property now enjoys a recently laid drive and benefits from a good size rear garden.
A lovely light and airy room with timber floors, bay window to the front and an original fire place acting as the main focal point. Stairs also rise to the first floor and have useful storage draws beneath as well as a cupboard. Timber door then leads through to the kitchen.
Continuation of the wooden floor with a set of patio doors out to the rear garden and a feature place. The kitchen its self has matching wall and base units with a wooden work top and one and half bowl sink and drainer. integrated appliances include the electric oven, five ring gas hob and there is space for the full height fridge freezer within the chimney recess.
Double gallery style landing with original door leading to all bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Good sized double bedroom with a window to the front with blinds and feature fire place.
Another good sized bedroom with a window overlooking the rear garden and a feature fire place.
Window to the front.
Modern bathroom suite comprising of the WC with concealed cistern, wash hand basin with a vanity unit and storage beneath and the bath with a mains mixer shower over. Large window to the rear, extractor and centrally heated towel rail. Hatch to the roof space.
To the rear of the kitchen you have a patio area with a step up to the raised lawn which is completely bordered by wooden panel fencing. From the patio you have a door into the outbuilding which is perfect for garden storage and also houses the gas central heating boiler. This then links to the corridor running under the first floor leading to the front of the property.
The property is situated in this non estate location within a short walk of local shops and also being within a short drive of the city centre of Salisbury which has an excellent shopping centre, market and recreational facilities which include a theatre, cinema, arts centre and leisure centre. Salisbury also has a main line railway station with Waterloo being approximately 85 minutes travel away.
Queen Alexandra Road can be found off the A360 Devizes Road or A36 Wilton Road. Number 97 can be found toward the northern end on the right hand side, if you are coming from Devizes Road.
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