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3 Bedroom Terraced

Kelsey Road, Salisbury

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£265,000 Guide Price

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Located within easy access of the city centre, 28 Kelsey Road is a town house of immense character constructed during the early 1900s. The property is situated in a hugely popular mature residential, area with good access to local amenities and schooling. The property has undergone an extensive programme of updating and improvement; works have included complete re-wire (including electric smoke alarms), the installation of gas central heating to radiators serviced by a gas-fired combination boiler. The kitchen has also been completely remodelled and has been fitted with an excellent range of Shaker-style units with solid wood worktops, enamelled double bowl sink, fitted low level oven with electric hob and extractor hood. There are two excellent connecting reception rooms, both have feature fireplaces with decorative hearths and timber mantel shelves (presently not usable); the sitting room is an elegant room with a lovely deep, full height, bay window and the dining room is light, airy and open plan to the kitchen. The first floor offers an excellent master bedroom with attractive arched windows, a second double bedroom and a third room which could be utilised as a small single bedroom, first floor study, nursery, or a dressing room. The bathroom has beenremodelled and refitted with a stylish white suite comprising a bathtub with shower screen and power shower over, freestanding vanity with inset basin, close coupled wc and chrome ladder towel rail. The property has been completely redecorated both internally and externally. All internal doors have been replaced by four-panel pine period-style doors with gun metal finish furniture; the dining room is of a similar design but with glazed panels on the upper half. New flooring has been fitted; a period-style printed vinyl through the hallway with fitted carpet in the sitting room, light oak laminate throughout the dining room and kitchen, fitted carpets to the staircase, first-floor landing, three bedrooms and period-style print vinyl flooring in the bathroom. To the front is a small walled garden with pedestrian gateway. The rear garden is an excellent size, south facing and enclosed, and has been cleared and prepared for landscaping. There is also an external garden store and garden wc, both attached to the rear of the property. There is residents and visitors permit parking available. Kelsey Road is located a short walk from the centre of the historic cathedral city of Salisbury and the mainline railway station; there is a general store nearby. The city has extensive shopping facilities, a twice weekly market and a good range of cultural, social and educational amenities including restaurants, theatre, arts centre, cinema, Wiltshire College and South Wiltshire University Technical College. There are a variety of state and private, primary and secondary schools within and outside the city boundary and the property is within walking distance of both the girls and boys grammar schools. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club, recreation ground and three tennis clubs. Salisbury has good road links to London (A30/A303/M3), Southampton (A36), and Bournemouth (A338); the mainline railway station (approx. 23 minute walk) serves London, Waterloo (journey time 90 minutes) and the West Country.TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax Band C: £1,729.79 for year 2019/20. All mains services connected. Gas central heating (combination boiler). Fully double glazed.DIRECTIONS: From Salisbury city centre proceed along Blue Boar Row with the Market Square on your right-hand side and continue into the one way system bearing right into Brown Street. At the traffic lights turn left into Milford Street, proceed under the Churchill Way East Bypass, through the traffic lights and immediately turn left into Rampart Road. Follow the road as it curves to the right and up Kelsey Road. The property will be found on the right shortly after the Co-Op clearly identified for sale by the Baxters For Sale board.
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Added: 24 January 2020

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£355,000 Guide Price

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A truly elegant family home which has undergone an extensive programme of renovation. The property is conveniently located within walking distance of the city centre, local amenities and a variety of schools. Arranged over three floors the accommodation is generous in proportion with two connecting reception rooms, a fantastic contemporary kitchen which is extremely well-equipped with wood block work surfaces, an orangery-style rectangular roof lantern and sliding doors to a sunny courtyard area. In addition the ground floor benefits from a cloakroom and utility room.The first floor accommodation comprises a master bedroom with en-suite shower room and a second double bedroom. The second floor has a double bedroom and a fabulous family bathroom with freestanding bath, separate shower enclosure and contemporary sanitary ware. A considerable amount of thought has gone into the careful renovation of this fine on-trend characterful townhouse which is centrally heated via a mains gas fired combination boiler to radiators and fully double glazed with the addition of acoustic glazing to all windows on the front elevation. To the front is a small private enclosed garden; the south and east facing rear garden is on two levels with gravelled seating areas and planters. From the upper level a pedestrian gate gives access to an extensive two car parking area, which is within the curtilage of the property.A fine example of a beautifully renovated townhouse which must be viewed, The property is located immediately outside the ring road, a short walk from the city centre and its extensive shopping facilities and twice weekly market. Salisbury has a good range of social and educational amenities including restaurants, theatre, arts centre, cinema and both state and private primary and secondary schools within and outside the city boundary. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club, recreation ground and three tennis clubs. Salisbury has good road links to London (A303/M3), Southampton (A36), and Bournemouth (A338) and the mainline railway station, also within walking distance, serves London, Waterloo (journey time 90 minutes) and the West Country.TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax band: D - 1,877.54 for year 2018/19. All mains services connected. Gas central heating. Windows: Fully double glazed.DIRECTIONS: Leave Salisbury via Milford Street heading under the dual carriageway; at the traffic lights turn left into Rampart Road. Theproperty will be found after a short distance on the right-hand side clearly identified by the BAXTERS For Sale board.
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Added: 29 September 2018

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2 Bedroom Terraced

Salisbury

£228,000 Guide Price

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Conveniently located within easy reach of Salisbury city centre, Wiltshire College & University Centre and Salisbury Sixth Form College, 24 Tollgate Road is a characterful Edwardian mid-terrace town house with a private sunny courtyard garden. The accommodation is well proportioned, fully double glazed and centrally heated via a mains gas fired boiler to radiators. There are two separate ground floor reception rooms with working fireplaces.The kitchen is of a good size and has been refitted with an excellent range of units with integrated fridge and slimline dishwasher and work surface areas. Adjoining the kitchen is a useful lean-to utility/rear porch with leads directly into the garden. The first floor offers a really generous main bedroom, second double bedroom, family bathroom and a good amount of storage. The property has a street front position abutting the pedestrian footpath. To the rear, via a pedestrian access and gateway, is a sunny, private courtyard garden with three garden stores, one of which houses the gas fired boiler. Visitors and residents permit parking is available in the immediate area. Tollgate Road is a hugely convenient location within easy reach of the city centre and the Southampton Road/A36. The city centre is a short walk from the property. The attractive cathedral city of Salisbury has extensive shopping facilities, a thriving, twice weekly market and a good range of social and educational amenities including restaurants, theatre, arts centre, cinema and both state and private primary and secondary schools within and outside the city boundary. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club, recreation ground and three tennis clubs. Salisbury has good road links to London (A303), Southampton (A36), and Bournemouth (A338) and the mainline railway station, within walking distance, serves London, Waterloo (journey time 90 minutes) and the West Country. TENURE AND SERVICES: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council tax band C - £1,729.79 for year 2019/20. Gas central heating. Fully double glazed. All mains services connected. DIRECTIONS: From Salisbury city centre proceed along Milford Street under the Churchill Way East bypass, turning right at the traffic lights into Rampart Road. Follow Rampart Road which leads into Tollgate Road, number 24 will be found on the right hand side clearly identified for sale by the Baxters For Sale sign
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3 Bedroom Terraced

Salisbury

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£310,000 Guide Price

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Meadow Road is conveniently placed for access to the city centre, railway station, both girls and boys grammar schools, a variety of infant and junior schools and is a short walk from South Wiltshire University Technical College. The property, believed to date from around the late 1800s/early 1900s, is a substantial town house offering excellent accommodation. There is an extremely large welcoming entrance hall from which access is gained to two generous reception rooms and a fair sized kitchen which has been redesigned and refitted. Off the kitchen is a rear lobby with access to a ground floor cloakroom. The first floor offers three double bedrooms and a refitted family bathroom. The property is offered for sale in good order, is fully uPVC double glazed, centrally heated via a mains gas fired boiler to radiators and is fitted throughout with excellent quality (neutral) flooring; solid floors throughout the ground floor and family bathroom and all the bedrooms. The staircase and landing is carpeted. To the front the property abuts the pedestrian footpath with permit parking available for residents and visitors. The rear garden is surprisingly large, walled and well maintained offering a good degree of privacy. A huge plus point of this property is the substantial two storey outbuilding, which was originally a blacksmiths workshop and stables and, more recently, a smokery. The building has running water and electricity and could be adapted for a multitude of uses including a studio, den, home gym or maybe additional accommodation subject to planning. This is a superb family home in a most convenient location with a generous volume of accommodation and a fantastic outbuilding. Meadow Road is located a short walk from the centre of the historic cathedral city of Salisbury and the mainline railway station. The city has extensive shopping facilities, a twice weekly market and a good range of cultural, social and educational amenities including restaurants, theatre, arts centre, cinema, Wiltshire College and South Wiltshire University Technical College. There are a variety of state and private, primary and secondary schools within and outside the city boundary and the property is within walking distance of both the girls and boys grammar schools. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club, recreation ground and three tennis clubs. Salisbury has good road links to London (A303), Southampton (A36), and Bournemouth (A338); the mainline railway station (approx. 10 minute walk) serves London, Waterloo (journey time 90 minutes) and the West Country. TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council tax band: C - 1,729.79 for year 2019/20. All mains services connected. Fully double glazed. Gas central heating. DIRECTIONS: From the centre of Salisbury proceed along Castle Street to the roundabout and take the first exit onto the A36, Churchill Way West. Continue to follow the road to St Paul‘s roundabout and take the 3rd exit signposted A360, Devizes Road. At the point of leaving the roundabout take the sharp (almost missable) turning on the right into York Road, followed by the second turning on the right. Number 58 will be found towards the end on the right hand side clearly identified by the Baxters For Sale sign
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Added: 01 July 2019

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£214,950 Guide Price

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12 Hudson Road is a tidy, semi-detached post-war house conveniently located on the Stratford sub Castle side of Salisbury with easy access to the city centre, Salisbury mainline railway station, Victoria Park recreation ground, Hudsons Field and the two grammar schools.The accommodation is surprisingly light and airy with, on the ground floor, a small reception hall, double aspect L-shaped lounge with open fireplace, a good sized kitchen leading into a conservatory and a family bathroom. The first floor has a generous landing, a generous main bedroom and a smaller double bedroom. The property offers excellent potential to extend, improve and update, (subject to obtaining the necessary consents), and could be transformed into an excellent family home. Mains gas is connected to the house but there is no central heating, however, the property is double glazed. To the front is a walled garden which is laid to lawn with flower beds which could be re-designed to create private off road parking. The rear garden is an excellent size, fully enclosed with a patio area and lawn with flower beds and vegetable plot. Hudson Road is located on the northern side of Salisbury within walking distance of the city centre and close to local amenities and schooling. A general store is conveniently located on Castle Road; the sports/leisure facilities of Hudson’s Field, Victoria Park and the Five Rivers Leisure Centre are all nearby and there are good walks to Old Sarum and beyond. There is a regular bus service into the historic cathedral city where there are extensive shopping facilities, social amenities including the theatre, cinema and arts centre and the twice-weekly Charter market. The property falls within the general catchment for Stratford sub Castle primary school, South Wilts Girls School and Bishop Wordsworth‘s School and lies within a short distance of the mainline railway station serving London (Waterloo) and the West Country. Salisbury has excellent road links to London (A303/M3), Southampton(A36/M27) and Bournemouth (A338).TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax Band: C - £1,729.79 for year 2018/19. All mains services connected. Fully double glazed. DIRECTIONS: From the city centre proceed along Castle Street to the roundabout and continue straight across onto the A345 Castle Road signposted Amesbury. At the traffic lights take the left hand turn into Stratford Road and continue along this road, passing South Wilts Grammar School on your left and Victoria Park and tennis courts on your right. Continue, passing Park Lane and Waters Road on the right and take the next left turn on the left into Hudson Road. The property is the last house on the right-hand side immediately before Steve Biddle House. Look for the Baxters For Sale sign.
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Added: 08 March 2019

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£209,950 Guide Price

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Conveniently located for local amenities, the railway station and the city centre, 28 Wilton Road is Grade ll Listed (c.1850) semi-detached town house of immense character and charm. The accommodation is surprisingly spacious with, on the ground floor, a large single double aspect reception room 23ft 8ins by 10ft 11ins, a generous recently refitted kitchen, rear porch/utility room and a cloakroom. The first floor offers two double bedrooms and a huge family bathroom which has been refitted. Central heating is provided via a gas-fired boiler to radiators and period features include 6-panel sash windows in the living room, bedrooms one and two with original window shutters in the living room. The remaining windows are a mixture of panelled crittall and soft wood frame. To the front is a small cottage-style walled garden, to the rear is surprisingly large, mature, mainly walled garden with numerous shrubs and flower beds. 28 Wilton Road is immediately available with vacant possession and should be viewed to fully appreciate its potential. The property is located just outside the ring road with easy access to local amenities and a short walk to the city centre. The attractive cathedral city of Salisbury has extensive shopping facilities, a thriving, twice-weekly market and a good range of social and educational amenities including restaurants, theatre, arts centre, cinema and both state and private, primary and secondary schools within and outside the city boundary. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club, recreation ground and three tennis clubs. Salisbury has good road links to London (A303), Southampton (A36) and Bournemouth (A338) and the mainline railway station, a short walk away, serves London, Waterloo (journey time 90 minutes) and the West Country. TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax Band: C - £1,729.79 for the year 2019/20. All mains services connected. Gas central heating.DIRECTIONS: From the centre of Salisbury proceed along Castle Street to the roundabout and take the first exit left onto Churchill Way West. Continue to St. Pauls roundabout and take the second exit onto the A 36, Wilton Road and continue for a short distance. Number 28 will be found on the right-hand side clearly identified by the Baxters For Sale sign.
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Added: 23 August 2019

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£325,000 Guide Price

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Believed to have been constructed during the late 1800s/1900s, 39 Lower Road is an excellent three storey semi-detached family home occupying a prominent position within the settlement of Lower Bemerton with giving easy access to the city, railway station with links to London Waterloo and schooling. Both double glazed and centrally heated the property offers, on the first floor, a large master bedroom, a small double bedroom with private balcony and a refitted family bathroom. The second floor offers two large double bedrooms with excellent views. the ground floor has two large reception rooms, the sitting room has an attractive period cast iron fireplace, the dining room has a free-standing log burner and is open plan to a good sized well equipped modern kitchen. To the front is a partly walled garden with a blocked paviour drive affording off street parking for two vehicles. It is considered there is enough space to the side of the property to construct a garage subject to obtaining the necessary consents. The rear garden is an excellent size and laid to lawn with a variety of mature shrubs, there is also a substantial outbuilding which could be readily adapted for use as a studio/office etc. Lower Bemerton is a popular residential area to the western side of the cathedral city of Salisbury. Local facilities include a primary school, social club and St John‘s church and there is a regular bus service into the city centre. Salisbury itself has a fine range of social and educational amenities including the theatre, Arts Centre, cinema and a variety of state and private primary and secondary schools including the two grammar schools. There are leisure and recreational facilities including the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private membersgymnasiums, golf club and recreation ground and three tennis clubs. The mainline rail service to London‘s Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes) and the West Country is withinwalking distance. TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax Band: D - £1,946.01 for year 2019/20. Fully double glazed. Gas central heating. All mains services connected. DIRECTIONS: From the centre of Salisbury proceed along the A36 Churchill Way West. At St Paul‘s roundabout take the second exit following the A36 Wilton Road. Continue to follow the A36 crossing the Skew Bridge and turn left into Church Lane. Proceed to the bottom of the lane turning left into Lower Road. The property will be found after a short distance on the left hand side, clearly identified for sale by the Baxters For Sale sign. .
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2 Bedroom Terraced

Salisbury

SSTC

£229,000 Guide Price

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Constructed during the early 1900‘s, (1904/1905), 12 Cecil Terrace is a former railway worker‘s cottage forming part of the highly desirable location of Lower Bemerton which is within easy access of Salisbury’s main centre and railway station.Both centrally heated via a mains gas fired boiler to radiators and double glazed, the property is light and airy offering well-proportioned accommodation which has been greatly improved by the current owners. Oak effect laminate flooring has been fitted throughout the entrance hall and family/dining room with slate effect flooring laid through the kitchen, utility/wc and family bathroom. The original floorboards in bedroom one have been stripped back and painted. Bedroom two has an attractive, original cast iron fireplace and the internal doors are original.The living space is generous with a main reception hall leading to a cosy sitting room and a separate family room/dining room which in turn leads to a fully refitted kitchen. Off the kitchen is a utility room/cloakroom and a useful double glazed rear porch. The first floor offers two excellent double bedrooms and an extremely large, fully refurbished family bathroom which includes a corner shower enclosure.Street parking is available within Cecil Terrace which is a no through road. The rear garden is of a particularly good size with a large decked terrace/seating area and rear pedestrian access; there is a railway sleeper edged footpath, raised beds and a timber garden shed. Lower Bemerton is a popular residential area to the western side of the Cathedral City of Salisbury. Local facilities include a primary school, social club and St John‘s church and there is a regular bus service into the city centre. Salisbury itself has a fine range of social and educational amenities including the theatre, Arts Centre, cinema and a variety of state and private primary and secondary schools including the two grammar schools. There are leisure and recreational facilities including the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club and recreation ground and three tennis clubs. The mainline rail service to London‘s Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes) and the West Country is within walking distance.TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council tax band C: £1,729.79 for year 2019/20. Gas central heating. Windows: Fully double glazed. All main services are connected.DIRECTIONS: From the centre of Salisbury proceed along the A36 Churchill Way West. At St Paul‘s roundabout take the second exit following the A36 Wilton Road. Continue to follow the A36 crossing the Skew Bridge and turn left into Church Lane. Proceed to the bottom of the lane and turn left into Lower Road. Proceed passing Brick Road on the left-hand side and followed by the next turning left into The Croft which in turn will lead into Cecil Terrace. The property can be easily identified by the Baxters For Sale board.
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5 Bedroom Detached

Harnham, Salisbury

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£500,000 Guide Price

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11 Highlands Road is an impressive detached family home located within the hugely desirable suburb of Harnham. With approximately 2000 sq. ft. of internal living space the property offers generous accommodation for the growing family; the master bedroom suite occupies the entire top floor of the property complete with an ensuite shower room. The first floor comprises three double bedrooms, a large single bedroom, family bathroom, shower room and a separate wc together with a privately accessed staircase leading to the top floor. The ground floor befits from a large light reception hall with excellent storage. The sitting room is generous in proportion with a deep square bay window and fireplace. The dining room (off the sitting room) connects with the conservatory and the kitchen. The kitchen is extremely well fitted with an excellent range of cupboards, appliances and a breakfast bar. Off the kitchen is a rear lobby with a small laundry room, cloakroom, outside access and an integral door to a large single garage. 11 Highlands Road is an excellent property with extremely generous accommodation and excellent storage, offered for sale in exceptional condition. It is fully double glazed, and centrally heated by a gas fired boiler to radiators. To the front is a private drive and walled garden, access down the side leads to a surprisingly large and extremely well kept mature garden. The property is situated in the popular area of Harnham within walking distance of the historic cathedral city of Salisbury and Salisbury District Hospital (approximately 5 minutes drive). Local facilities include a Marks and Spencer‘s food shop at the nearby garage on the Downton Road and a Nisa general store a little further on. Harnham Primary school is located in Hollows Close, only a short walk away. Salisbury has extensive shopping facilities, a thriving market and a good range of social and educational amenities including restaurants, theatre, arts centre, cinema and both state and private primary and secondary schools within and outside the city boundary. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club and recreation ground and three tennis clubs, (one of which is close by). Salisbury has a mainline rail service to London, Waterloo (90 minutes) and the West Country andgood road links to London (A303) Southampton (A36) and Bournemouth (A338).TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax band - F - £2,712.00 for year 2018-2019. Gas central heating. Fully double glazed. All mains services connected. DIRECTIONS: From central Salisbury proceed along Exeter Street to St Nicholas roundabout and continue in a southerly direction straight across onto the A338 Newbridge Road. Keep in the right hand lane, at the traffic lights stay in the right hand lane and filter to the right exiting onto the New Harnham Road (signposted A3094). Take the first left into Wavell Road and then the second left into Highlands Road.
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3 Bedroom Semi-Detached

Harnham, Salisbury, Wiltshire

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£190,000 Guide Price

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A generous, well proportioned three bedroom, semi-detached family home, 6 Sussex Road is a REEMA constructed property with a large garden and off-road parking. The property is located within the highly regarded residential suburb of Harnham within easy reach of local amenities and schooling. A recent programme of improvement has included the remodelling and refitting of the kitchen with cream coloured Shaker-style units and a generous amount of worksurface areas. The family bathroom has also been remodelled and refitted with a white suite, over-bath power shower, glass shower screen, fully ceramic tiled walls and floor and a chrome ladder-style radiator. All internal doors have been replaced with a solid wood 4-panel design, new flooring has been fitted throughout the property and every room has been redecorated. There are two generous connecting reception rooms off a large welcoming reception hall; the living room has a feature fireplace with a Contura flush-fitting multi-fuel stove. The first floor has two large double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobe cupboard, and a large single bedroom off a spacious light and airy landing. There is double glazing fitted throughout and central heating is provided via a recently installed gas fired combination boiler to radiators. To the front is a private walled garden with drive offering off road parking. There is also an outbuilding (storeroom and wc) attached to the side of the house via a covered walkway which also leads through to a large, lawned garden with a variety of shrubs. AGENT’S NOTE: Potential purchasers please note that this is a REEMA constructed property; cash buyers only should enquire. If you are seeking a mortgage and are interested in this property we advise discussing your mortgage requirements with your Lender before making arrangements to view the property. Sussex Road is located in Harnham and is within a short walk of Salisbury city centre and the medieval cathedral. There is a lateopening general store and the well regarded Harnham C of E school, both within walking distance. The city has extensive shopping facilities, a thriving market and a good range of social and educational amenities including restaurants, theatre, arts centre, cinema and both state and private primary and secondary schools, including the two grammar schools within and outside the city boundary. Leisure and recreational facilities include the local Salisbury Tennis Club, Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club and recreation ground and two other tennis clubs. Salisbury has good road links to London (A303/M3), Southampton (A36/M27) and Bournemouth (A338) and a mainline rail service to London, Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes) and the West Country. TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax: Band A - £1,297.34 for year 2019/20. All mains services connected. Fully double glazed. Gas central heating.DIRECTIONS: From the city centre proceed in a southerly direction along New Bridge Road and follow the signs into Harnham (A3094). Continue to follow the road passing the recreation ground/pavilion on your right-hand side, continue through the traffic lights and take the next turning on your left signposted Norfolk Road (immediately before the Spa general store). At the T junction turn right and take the first turning on the left into Suffolk Road. Continue to the top off the hill and turn left into Sussex Road. Number 6 will be found on the left-hand side.
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Salisbury Property Market Insights

PropertyHeads has 60 properties for Sale in Salisbury, and a further 0 properties for Rent in Salisbury

This can be broken down as follows, 19 detached houses for sale in Salisbury, 12 semi detached houses for sale in Salisbury, 10 terraced houses for sale in Salisbury, and 10 bungalows for sale in Salisbury

The average property sold price in Salisbury is £357,004

Nearest Stations to Salisbury

Salisbury Station is 0.79 miles from Salisbury

Dean Station is 7.05 miles from Salisbury

Grateley Station is 9.85 miles from Salisbury

Dunbridge Station is 10.88 miles from Salisbury

Nearest Schools to Salisbury

Leehurst Swan is 0.18 miles from Salisbury

Chafyn Grove School is 0.21 miles from Salisbury

The Spires is 0.22 miles from Salisbury

Clannad Education Centre is 0.23 miles from Salisbury

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