Ideally located with a good range of immediate nearby amenities, this top floor flat boasts a cosy feel from its eaved ceilings and exposed brickwork chimney breast in the sitting room. Additionally, the contemporary styled kitchen/diner brings sought after practicality, introducing the interior as a well rounded accommodation. The property also boasts a great location. Wilton Road offers direct links into the city centre, however this is seldom needed for a 'pop out to the shops' as you have a local supermarket, take-away, and public house on your doorstep.
The property can be found on the left hand side as you travel west along Wilton Road, between the Co-op and the Halfway House pub.
Main access to the property introduces you to a carpeted communal hallway. Door to Flat 3 introduces you to a hallway space with stairs to the accommodation on the top floor of the building.
Carpeted sitting room with window to the rear outlook and loft hatch to the roof space. Exposed brickwork chimney breast with Smeg electric heater.
Laminate floor with window to the front aspect. Offers high and low kitchen cupboards with adjoining wood worktop and splashback tiling. Bosch oven and electric hob with overhead extractor. One and a half sink and drainer unit. Space for washing machine and fridge/freezer.
Carpeted bedroom space with window to the front aspect.
Laminate flooring with Velux window to the rear aspect. Offers a walk-in shower unit, WC, wash basin and a heated towel rail.
Any prospective buyer will be able to benefit from the close proximity of amainites, these include a local supermarket, takeaway restaurant, a pub, and bus routes into the city. Slightly further afield, Salisbury city centre offers a wider scope of amenities. These include, but are not limited to, supermarkets, high street shops, copious restaurants, bars & pubs and leisure facilities including sports centres and gyms. Additionally Salisbury boasts a range of excellent schooling facilities including Bishops Wordsworth's, South Wilts Grammar School and Godolphin boarding school. Furthermore, Salisbury train station offers direct commuter links to London Waterloo and the West Country. Salisbury is also well-positioned with great road links to the coastal cities of Southampton and Bournemouth.
Service charge £250 per annum Ground rent is £200 per annum. £100 to be paid in December and the other £100 in July. 95 years left on the lease from October 2017
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