Detached home in a great plot, with scope for refurbishment and re-development.
The property is believed to date back to 1926, with pebble-dash rendered elevations under a tiled roof. The principal accommodation is all on one floor, although loft stairs provide access to the roof space, with windows at either end providing natural light. There is scope to enhance the accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents. A new boiler was installed in 2022.
The front door leads to a central hallway, off which all rooms lead. The two front rooms are currently used as bedrooms, one has a shower, the other a sink. They are a comfortable size, both with double beds. There is a separate family bathroom providing a bath, with shower over, WC and sink. The loft access is from the hallway.
To the rear and looking out over the lovely gardens at the back are the dining room and sitting room. The dining room has a glazed door leading out to the rear terrace, whilst the larger sitting room is dual aspect, with a fireplace and further views down the garden. The kitchen has base and wall-mounted units, with a gas hob, oven, sink and plumbing for a washing machine. A side door provides additional access to the garden and passage along the side of the house.
At the front, a path leads up to the front door, with timber framed porch. One side is down to garden. A blockwork driveway leading to the garage provides off-street parking for two smaller cars, with scope to create a larger parking area if required.
The south-facing rear garden is wonderful and has been lovingly created and cared for by the owner. Extending to over 90' in length from the back, it is largely down to lawn with deep borders and paths laid out to create smaller garden rooms. A terrace spans the width of the plot, with an attached greenhouse and garden shed to one side. An area at the far end of the garden was formerly a kitchen garden and could easily be reinstated.
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Bouverie Avenue is one of the preeminent residential locations in<BR>Salisbury. It sits in a peaceful elevated position above the city, but still benefits from its accessibility to the centre, even on foot.Matt OrchardProperty agent