Britford Lane, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
An impressive, detached,1920 s, villa style property of some 2,295 sq ft, set in a very popular residential location.

Entrance lobby, inner hall, sitting room, dining room, study, kitchen, laundry room, ground floor WC and bathroom, five bedrooms, shower room, gardens, cellar, double garage and off-street parking.

Completed in 1922, the year that the BBC was formed and Gandhi was imprisoned, No. 82 Britford Lane has seen many changes and advances over the years and yet retains much of its original charm. The property was built by J W Dolman, an established local builder for his own occupation. The property still retains many of the interesting and high quality features incorporated by the builder and has seen only four owners since its conception. This is testament to the very well proportioned rooms, high ceilings, delightful views and general good atmosphere within.

Britford Lane is a no through road and is a popular residential location. It is less than a mile from the centre of the City with its excellent range of shopping, educational, cultural and leisure facilities and the main line station to London Waterloo (c.90 minutes). From the property there are a range of local walks across meadows and beyond, providing the best of rural/city living. The lane runs alongside the playing fields of Bishop Wordsworth Grammar School and therefore the outlook is very unspoilt

The house is approached via a path which leads through the front garden to the sheltered, front door (with original stained glass work and handle), this opens into the:-


With exposed ceiling beams and a part glazed door with (plaster arch above) leading to the:


Running the full depth of the property, this has stairs to the first floor landing, a useful coats cupboard, space for some pieces of furniture, exposed ceiling and wall beams.


A double, very light room with windows on two sides with views towards Laverstock Down. Built in, mirror fronted wardrobe and drawer below.


Another double room with windows on two sides this time with views of Salisbury Cathedral s spire as well as of Laverstock Downs. There is a pretty cast-iron fireplace, a built in double wardrobe with additional storage beneath and a television point.


Fitted with a white suite of wash hand basin, bath with mixer shower over. Wall tiling, original tiled floor and wall mounted medicine cabinet.


Also with an original tiled floor, a low level WC and wash hand basin. Half height wall tiles and wall mounted medicine cabinet.


Of a good size with a window overlooking the side garden, this has an intricate, period, radiator.


A very light room with a glazed door opening onto the rear garden with original stained glass work above and another window overlooking the side garden. There is an attractive period fireplace with tiled surround and wooden mantel. Exposed floorboards and television point.


Another generous reception room with a glazed door opening on to the garden (with original stained glass work above) and a window overlooking the side garden. Again there is an original fireplace with tiled surround and wooden mantel. Wall mounted central heating thermostat.


With an original wooden, built in dresser and a good range of high and low level storage units. There is space for a gas, range cooker (with extractor hood over) whilst the worktop incorporates a 1 bowl, stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over. Tiled splashbacks, space and plumbing for a dishwasher. Under-unit lighting, space for under-counter fridge. There is a very useful, walk-in larder with a tiled floor and a door leads out to the garden. An archway also leads through to the:


With a tiled floor and space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tall fridge and freezer. Wall mounted, gas fired Vaillant boiler for central heating and hot water, and further built in storage.

From the inner hall, stairs lead up to the first floor landing. The staircase is lit by a large Velux roof light and the landing has a hatch to the loft space. There is a very large, walk-in airing cupboard with slatted shelving, hanging rails and a lagged hot water tank.


Currently used as the principal bedroom, this is a very pleasant double room with a wonderful view over playing fields to Salisbury Cathedral. There is a built in double wardrobe, television point and eaves storage. Door to:


Jack and Jill in style with a door also opening on to first floor landing. This is fitted with a white suite of low level WC with concealed cistern, pedestal wash hand basin and enclosed shower cubicle with mixer shower. There is half height wall tiling, a wall mounted medicine cabinet, a fixed vent and deep display shelving. Additional built in storage.


Spanning the width of the property with two Velux roof lights, this is a very light, twin room.


With some far reaching views and a built in double wardrobe.


The house sits very well in its plot which we believe measures 0.22 of an acre. There is a deep front garden with ample off-street parking to one side. The remainder of the garden lies to the side and the rear of the property and is predominately level with large areas of lawn and a range of established trees and shrubs. The flower beds are very well stocked with a wide variety of spring bulbs, roses, peonies etc. There is a patio of Indian sandstone closest to the kitchen which is ideal for alfresco dining and a detached double garage and workshop measuring 19 2 x 24 1 this has two double doors, electric light and power and a pedestrian door to the garden. There is also additional storage space in the rafters.

From the garden, steps lead down to the cellar, this has a useful log store whilst the cellar itself houses a gas meter, wall mounted shelving and has a concrete floor.


Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are available.


Band F. Charge for 2018/2019 - £2,712.00.





BROADBAND suggests that maximum speeds of 42Mb are available.

There is a cable-TV point in the lane on the boundary of the property, which is available for future connection.


By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.

Tel 01722 337575


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Our Reference: 14901.180423

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