Victorian Semi Detached Residence Within Salisbury City Centre

Victorian Semi Detached Residence Within Salisbury City Centre

17 October 2017
Victorian Semi Detached Residence Within Salisbury City Centre

Brought to the market for the first time in decades is this attractive Victorian semi which retains much of its original character and charm. 

The property has been sympathetically refurbished in recent times, which has breathed life back into this gem of a residence. The property is located within Salisbury City centre and is a short walk to the train station which has routes to the West Country, in addition to London Waterloo being an hour and a half away. 

The property is set out over four floors and the precis of accommodation is as follows. Located on the lower ground floor is an impressive 24' open plan kitchen/dining room with a modern re-fitted kitchen and 2 large windows throwing in ample light. There is an adjacent utility area, a WC and 2 "tradesmen's entrances". There is a particularly well preserved geometric Victorian tiled floor in the hall. 

The ground floor is home to an impressive living room with a southerly aspect, ornate ceiling rose and period marble fire place. Adjacent is a separate formal dining room with its own fire place. 

The first floor comprises a modern re-fitted family bathroom, and 2 well-proportioned bedrooms of good double proportions. 

The second floor also has 2 further bedrooms of generous double proportions in addition to a modern re-fitted shower room. 

Other features include the original, but refurbished, sash windows, majority original internal doors of which a number have original brass furniture, original staircases, the original coal hole which could become a shed and there are views out towards Harnham. 

Externally there is a carport with adjacent parking. Furthermore is a large garden with a gravel sitting area, an expanse of lawn to either side of the centrally positioned path and various fruit trees. To the foot of the formal garden is a shed and a gate which leads to a patio area and a sunken garden area which immediately abuts to River Avon with a small area to moor a boat or punt.

Internal inspection is recommended through the sole agent Goadsby on 01722 323444.

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