A good sized two bedroom characterful 1930's home which has been extended to the rear offering a lovely kitchen/breakfast room opening out to the rear garden. The property is well presented and still retains some of the original features including the open fireplaces in both reception rooms and the wooden flooring.
The front door is accessed from the side and enters into the entrance hall with wooden floors and doors leading to the sitting room and dining room. Stairs lead to the 1st floor.
This is a good sized room and full of light. There is a chimney with a cast iron fire place. Open door way leads through to the kitchen breakfast room.
Large window to the front, wooden flooring and chimney with iron fire place.
Step down from the sitting room into the kitchen/breakfast room where you have a fitted kitchen with a range of matching wall and base units and integrated appliances including electric oven and grill, induction hob with filter extractor above and under counter fridge. There is ample room for a full height fridge freezer and a dining room table.
Window to the side and hatch to the loft space. Doors to both bedroom and the bathroom
Feature fire place and window to the front aspect.
Window to the front and built in cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler.
Light and spacious bathroom with a suite comprising of bath with mixer shower over, WC and wash hand basin.
To the front is a gravelled area which is enclosed by a rendered dwarf wall with a pathway to the side leading to the main entrance door on the side. To the rear is a small enclosed garden with a lawned area and gated access to the front.
Proceed to St Pauls roundabout taking the A360 Devizes Road. Turn right after Ashley Road into Kingsland Road turning second left into Richmond Road. The property can be found on the right hand side.
This house is favourably located towards the end of a small cul de sac , close to the Ofsted Outstanding Sarum St Pauls C of E Primary School, yet also within reasonable level walking distance of the city centre, the Five Rivers leisure complex and the riverside walk along the bank of the River Avon, through to Stratford sub Castle. Salisbury has a fine range of shops, schools both in the private and state sectors and social amenities including two theatres and a variety of restaurants. The city also has a mainline rail station, not far from this property, with regular services to London(Waterloo) and the West Country.
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