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  • Bedrooms: 4
DESCRIPTION: This magnificent residence was built in 1934 of brick and part rendered elevations under a tile roof. The present owners have lived in the property for some forty years and have maintained it to a very good standard. The house has the benefit of double glazing as well as gas fired central heating and has some interesting features including panelling to the walls of the reception hall, stairs and landing, lovely open fireplaces in the dining room and sitting room and an unusual shaped kitchen/breakfast room. On the first floor there are four or five bedrooms as well as a fitted bathroom. The property has magnificent views to the west over Salisbury and beyond.

The house is set in extensive gardens and grounds of approximately two thirds of an acre. There is a drive leading from Dorset Road down to a large brick pavioured parking area adjacent to the triple garage beyond which is the machinery store/workshop and store room with gardeners WC. On the southern side there is an extensive area of lawn with greenhouse and summer house and lovely views of the Cathedral spire. On the western side there are sloping terraced gardens leading down to pedestrian access to Queensberry Road and on the northern side there is a further area of lawn with trees, shrubs and attractive terraced sitting area.

Properties of this calibre very seldom come onto the market in Salisbury and viewing is strongly recommended.

LOCATION: The property is located in an elevated position at the end of Queensberry Road to which it has pedestrian access. The main vehicle access comes from Dorset Road over a privately owned drive. The access from Queensberry Road therefore brings into reach Victoria Park and the girls' grammar school as well as the Co-op general stores on Castle Road where there is also a good bus service. There is also a first class primary school at St Marks which is within easy walking distance and the lovely walks along Bishopdown are nearby.

The centre of the city is approximately three quarters of a mile away and here is the well known Market Square as well as a good variety of shops and supermarkets and leisure facilities including a cinema and playhouse. Salisbury also has a wide variety of schools and a main line railway station with connections to London Waterloo.

RECEPTION HALL: With panelled walls, gas fire, panelled stairs leading off to first floor and attractive corner display cabinet.

SITTING ROOM: 18' 0" x 16' 2" (5.51m x 4.95m) With open brick fireplace, two radiators, two wall lights, bay window and lovely views to the west.

DINING ROOM: 5.04m x 4.72m (16' 6" x 15' 5") With open fireplace, doors to garden, recessed lights and two radiators.

CLOAKROOM: With WC, wash hand basin, radiator and shelving.

KITCHEN: 5.28m x 2.85m (17' 3" x 9' 4") (Average measurements - please see floor plan) With single drainer sink unit, drawers and cupboards below, good range of base and drawer units with worktops over, fitted double oven with gas hob and extractor, plumbing and drainage for both washing machine and dishwasher, Potterton gas fired boiler, fitted broom cupboard, fitted larder cupboard with shelving, space for freezer, built in wall cupboards and radiator.

REAR HALL: With door to side garden.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING: With panelled walls, two radiators, storage cupboard and access to loft with ladder.

BEDROOM 1: 4.56m x 3.19m (14' 11" x 10' 5") (Maximum measurements) With fitted wardrobes, cupboards and radiator.

BEDROOM 2: 4.41m x 2.91m (14' 5" x 9' 6") With fitted wardrobes, radiator, storage cupboards and wash hand basin.

BEDROOM 3: 3.04m x 2.97m (9' 11" x 9' 8") With radiator.

BEDROOM 4: 3.21m x 2.51m (10' 6" x 8' 2") With wardrobes and radiator.

BEDROOM 5/STUDY: 3.31m x 2.70m (10' 10" x 8' 10") (Average measurements) With magnificent views and radiator.

BATHROOM: With panelled bath with shower attachment, separate shower cubicle, fitted mirror, electric shaver point, part tiled walls, heated towel rail, airing cupboard with lagged hot water tank and immersion heater. Separate WC.

OUTSIDE: The property is approached from Dorset Road over a gravel drive owned by Ridge House to a large brick pavioured parking and turning area. Adjacent to this is a triple garage 8.17m x 6.33m (26' 9" x 20' 9") with two electric up and over doors, power and light. To the rear of this is a store room 3.63m x 2.90m (11' 10" x 9' 6") with Belfast sink, tiled floor and gardeners cloakroom. Adjacent to this is the machinery room/workshop 4.35m x 2.90m (14' 3" x 9' 6"). On the southern side of the parking area there is a lovely large area of garden with vegetable area, terracing, greenhouse, summer house and large area of lawn. From here there are lovely views of the Cathedral spire and over Salisbury. There are steps leading down from the parking area to the front door with lawn on one side and on the western side of the house there are terraced lawn and garden leading down to Queensberry Road. There is pedestrian access from the garden to Queensberry Road. On the northern side of the house there is a further area of lawn with shrubs, bushes and a further attractive seating area.

We understand the whole area extends to approximately two thirds of an acre.

SERVICES: All mains services are connected to the property.

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McKillop & Gregory - Salisbury

44 Castle Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 3TS

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