A handsome Victorian terraced house, offering versatile accommodation, with scope for enhancement and reconfiguration. Situated in a prime residential area, overlooking Salisbury city.
The house retains many period features, including sash and bay windows, fireplaces, cornicing, picture rails and original staircase. The reception rooms lead off the hallway, an impressive drawing room with a large bay window and tiled fireplace surround. The dining room has a tiled fireplace and window overlooking a small courtyard area, which can also be seen from the kitchen and garden room.
The kitchen is an excellent space and features a range of wooden units, it leads to a rear extension, which offers further room for entertaining or family time, with an electric wood burning stove and plenty of light, leading to the garden.
On the first floor, the principal bedroom is generous and is situated to the front of the property, with a large bay window an en suite bathroom and large cupboard/wardrobe. There is a second large double and, at the rear of the first floor, a bedroom, shower room and kitchen/utility space, that the current owners have previously used as a self-contained unit. However, this could offer opportunity for reconfiguration.
On the second floor there are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The rear windows from the first and second floors afford views across Laverstock downs and Salisbury City to the cathedral and beyond.
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A stunning example of a Victorian family house with a fantastic opportunity for improvement and modernisation and so close Salisbury City centre!James McKillop