Campbell Road, Salisbury Video Tour


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  • Bedrooms: 5

A fine example of a large multi level Victorian property boasting four bedrooms and four reception rooms. The family home enjoys a south facing rear garden and arguably some of the best views of Salisbury and the Cathedral. There is real scope with this property to extend and improve by adding your own ideas to create the perfect forever home.


As you arrive at the property, you can park on either side of the road where there are normally ample spaces. Then make your way to the impressive front doorway.

Entrance Hall

Welcoming and spacious with stairs to both the lower ground floor and the first floor, original decorative arch with corbels and doors to both the study/reception room and to the sitting room

Sitting Room

16' 2'' x 12' 8'' (4.92m x 3.86m)

This is a well-proportioned room with an open fire set into a marble surround, with a wooden mantel piece and a tiled hearth. The ceilings are finished with detailed cornicing. Bay window with sash panes and television point.


13' 0'' x 10' 2'' (3.96m x 3.10m)

Currently used as a study, or could easily make a good-sized reception room. A large window to the rear gives an attractive view of the cathedral. Telephone point.


Stairs lead down to the lower ground level

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

16' 9'' x 14' 8'' (5.10m x 4.47m)

With windows to the front and side making this room surprisingly light and airy. The room is of a good size and fitted with wooden and stone effect worktops with wooden low-level storage units and a ceramic butler sink (with a mixer tap above and drainage channels cut into the worktops on both sides). Space for a range cooker, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, washing machine and a tumble dryer and space for freestanding fridge/freezer. Large larder cupboard, tiled splashbacks, three windows, wood effect laminate floor, telephone point and wall mounted, Ideal Classic, gas-fired boiler for the domestic hot water and central heating. An archway leads through to the dining room.

Dining Room

13' 4'' x 11' 0'' (4.06m x 3.35m)

This is a well-proportioned room with plenty of space for a dining table and associated furniture. Fireplace (currently blocked) with tiled hearth and wooden surround and mantel piece. Under stairs cupboard, sash window to the side and double doors to the sunroom

Garden Room

16' 1'' x 8' 10'' (4.90m x 2.69m)

With a chequerboard tiled floor, double doors leading to the rear garden, a central heating radiator and a door to the cloakroom


Fitted with a WC and wall hung wash hand basin. Tiled splashbacks and tiled floor.


Stairs from the entrance gently rise to the first floor with a window on the turn.

First Floor Landing

With stairs to the second floor and a built in airing cupboard with shelving and the lagged hot water tank. Doors lead to bedrooms one and two.

Bedroom One

16' 0'' x 10' 9'' (4.87m x 3.27m)

This is a large double room with an attractive bay window to the front, wooden floors and a door to the en-suite:


9' 4'' x 5' 4'' (2.84m x 1.62m)

With a window to the front and a suite comprising of the panelled bath (with a mixer tap and handheld shower above), WC and a vanitory unit with wash hand basin and useful cupboards. Chequerboard tiled floor, centrally heated towel radiator, tiled walls and obscure glazed window.

Bedroom Two

13' 0'' x 10' 3'' (3.96m x 3.12m)

A double bedroom with a window to the rear with lovely views of the Cathedral.

Second Floor Landing

With doors to bedrooms three, four and the family shower room and access hatch into the loft space.

Bedroom Three

13' 1'' x 12' 1'' (3.98m x 3.68m)

Another good sized double bedroom, with a sash window to the front and timber floor boards.

Bedroom Four

13' 0'' x 10' 2'' (3.96m x 3.10m)

Again, a double bedroom with window to the rear offering arguably the best views over Salisbury and of the Cathedral.

Shower Room

With a skylight to the front and a suite comprising the shower cubicle with an electric Mira wall mounted system, WC and wash hand basin. Chequerboard tiled floor and a centrally heated towel rail


To the front is a small area of gravelled courtyard, with access to the rear via a path to the side of the property through a timber gate. The south-facing rear garden has been terraced, creating a number of individual areas with a good mix of both sitting and dining areas that have been hard landscaped, as well as areas of lawn and deep flower beds containing mature shrubs, trees and planting. At the rear of the garden is a pond, a large timber shed and a fruit and vegetable plot.


The property is located in a popular area just on the northern edge of the city within easy reach of the facilities of Estcourt Road as well as St Mark's School and Leehurst Swan School. There are other good primary and secondary schools nearby and the city centre is within walking distance with the famous Market Square, the main line railway station and there are a good variety of shops and supermarkets available.

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Oliver Chandler

62 Castle Street, Salisbury

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