Heath Road, Salisbury
A much improved and beautifully presented detached family home on a larger than average plot on the residential outskirts of Salisbury. The property has huge scope for extension or redesign whilst currently retaining a number of period features. The ground floor comprises a welcoming and spacious entrance hallway, a living room with front aspect bay window and feature wood burning stove, a separate dining room with feature rear aspect bay window with an attractive window seat. Adjacent is the generously proportioned kitchen/breakfast room with a good range of built in floor and wall mounted units. Also on the ground floor is a useful utility room and a ground floor modern 3 piece shower room. The first floor boast three bedrooms of double proportions with the master bedroom having a feature bay window and built in wardrobes whilst all are served by the modern family bathroom. There are a number of original doors, wood paneling along with double glazing and gas fired central heating. Externally there is a large driveway to the side of the property with a gate part way down with an area for hard standing should the next occupiers desire a garage. The rear garden is a particular feature of this property measuring nearly 110ft in length by 40ft. It is laid to a mix of lawns and patio areas and enjoys a sunning aspect. To the foot of the garden is an impressive 34' x 12' timber workshop with power and water. EPC: E.
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The property is conveniently situated on the north-western side of Salisbury. The historic city of Salisbury has excellent shopping and recreational facilities which include a theatre, cinema, arts centre, restaurants, pubs, clubs, library, leisure centre and fitness gym. Salisbury has a variety of hairdressers, beauticians, doctors’ surgeries, dentists and other services available. Supermarkets include Tesco, Sainsbury, Waitrose and Lidl.
There are 5 Park & Ride services located on the outskirts, for ease of access into the city centre. Salisbury also has a superb selection of schools as well as its world famous Cathedral and spire. Community and cultural events include a twice weekly market, as well as food festivals, farmers markets and arts and crafts festivals.
A303 (London/Exeter) 11m, Southampton 23m, Bournemouth 29m. Trains: Salisbury (London Waterloo 85 mins)
Proceed out of Salisbury on the A36, Devizes Road. Continue for approximately a mile and a quarter and take the left turning into Heath Road. Follow the road to the left and number 52 is a short way up on the right hand side.
Front: There is gated front garden which is predominantly lawned. To the side of the property is a long driveway with parking for numerous vehicles gated toward the rear.
Rear: The formal garden area measure approximately 80' x 40' and is laid to mainly lawns with a pathway to the foot of the garden, a hard standing for a garage or shed and a patio area. Fenced off to the rear of the garden is a large workshop with power, light and water. The plot could have redevelopment potential in the future.
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All mains services are connected.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band E.
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