St. Ann Street, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A deceptively spacious (2,340sq ft) and light, Grade II* Listed town house of excellent proportions, presented in very good order and with a rented garage nearby.

Entrance hall, rear hall, cloakroom, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, study area, utility room, drawing room, four double bedrooms, bathroom, en suite shower room, side access, attractive courtyard garden, residents permit parking and rented single garage.

With a history dating back to the 16th Century, this is a very impressive town house which over recent years has been the subject to of a very thorough programme of refurbishment, modernisation and improvement including new wiring, a new boiler, upgraded plumbing and full redecoration inside and out. It is now an extremely welcoming home with rooms of good proportions, all of which are presented in very good order. To the rear of the property lies a sheltered garden and unusually for a town house, side access and a very good amount of storage for items such as bikes, pushchairs etc. The property is Listed Grade II* principally for its mathematical tiles which are exceedingly rare: numerous other period details remain. We understand that Listed Building Consent has been granted to create a staircase from the utility room to bedroom 2 and then to create and ensuite bathroom for bedroom 1. The application reference number is 16/44455/LBC.

St Ann Street is known as one of the most architecturally interesting streets within Salisbury city centre. It forms part of the medieval chequer system of Salisbury and as such is a level walking distance from all of the city s excellent range of facilities shopping, educational, cultural and leisure as well as a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). Salisbury also supports a well thought of playhouse and a twice weekly market.

The house is entered via a solid wooden front door which opens into the:


A welcoming space with a Victorian tiled floor, exposed ceiling and wall beams and an attractive brick fireplace. A sash window overlooks St Ann Street and an opening leads through to:


With stairs to the first floor landing, a door to the side access, useful understairs storage cupboard (half of which is cleverly used as a drinks cabinet) and a stripped pine door to the:


Fitted with a white suite of low level WC with a concealed cistern and a wash hand basin with mixer taps over. Tiled splashbacks, recessed, built in shelving, built in storage cupboard and a floor mounted, gas fired Worcester boiler for central heating and hot water.


A cosy room situated at the front of the house with an exposed brick fireplace with slate hearth. Half height tongue and groove paneling, television and telephone points and exposed ceiling beams. Picture rail.


Truly the hub of the house, this is of a very good size and has ample space for a large dining table. It is fitted with an excellent range of high and low level storage units incorporating deep pan drawers, with space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a large American style fridge/freezer. There is a built in, eye-level, Bosch, double electric oven, a granite worktop incorporating a five ring, Bosch gas hob (with extractor hood over) and a 1 bowl ceramic sink and drainer unit (with mixer taps over). There is engineered oak flooring, attractive splashbacks, under-unit lighting and painted ceiling beams. Sash window overlooking and a door opening onto to the garden. Opening through to:


A versatile room, suitable for a variety of uses, this has engineered oak flooring, two doors to the garden, and telephone points. Exposed ceiling beams, ceiling spotlights and an opening to the:


Of very generous proportions and with double doors opening out to the side passage as well as a second door opening through to the garden. There is a built in range of low level storage cupboards and space and plumbing for both a washing machine and tumble drier. The wooden worktop incorporates a stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with mixer taps over). Ceiling spotlights.

From the rear hall, stairs lead up to the first floor landing. This is very spacious with good ceiling heights and an impressive elliptical arch. Hatch to loft space (which we understand is well insulated).


This is impressive reception area running the width of the property with two deep windows overlooking St Ann Street. There is a dado rail, feature fireplace with brick backing and wooden surround set upon a slate hearth. NB: This room can easily sub-divide into two smaller sitting areas if required. Three amp light sockets, television point.


An impressive double room, also with the elliptical arch visible and a very deep sash window overlooking the garden. There is an open wardrobe providing additional hanging space, television and telephone points.


Fitted with a white suite of low level WC with concealed cistern and wash hand basin set into a vanity unit with a composite top. There is a large wall mounted mirror, deep bath with mixer tap and shower over, a heated towel radiator, attractive tiling, ceiling spotlights and extractor fan.


Another double bedroom, this has good ceiling heights and a stripped wooden door opening into the:


Fitted with a white suite of low level WC, wash hand basin with mixer taps over, and a walk-in, corner shower cubicle with Hans Grohe mixer shower. Attractive tiling, wall mounted mirror with light, heated towel rail, ceiling spotlights and extractor fan.

From the first floor landing, stairs lead up to the second floor where there is a small recess suitable for housing some furniture or for use as additional storage. There is also a hatch to a loft space.


A double bedroom built into the eaves of the house, with a window overlooking St Ann Street and a built in storage cupboard.


Also built into the eaves of the property, this is of a good size with windows on two sides.


Unusually for a town house, No. 36 St Ann Street benefits from a very long side alleyway which is concealed from the road via wooden door. This gives ample opportunity for access through to the utility room and in turn the garden. It also provides plenty of very practical storage space. Accessed from the kitchen or utility room, immediately behind the house is a very sheltered garden; this faces south-east and proves to be a great sun trap. There is a patio closest to the house and the remainder of the garden has been astro turfed for ease of maintenance. There is plenty of space to sit out and for various pots and garden ornaments etc. Outside tap and external lighting. The vendor rents a single garage from the local authority, accessed from Winchester Street, for £85pcm and we understand the benefit of this can be transferred to a purchaser.






Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available.


We understand from our client that Broadband Speeds of 300 MB are currently available through Virgin Media.


Band G. Charge for 2016/2017 £2,784.73.


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

Tel 01722 337575


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Our Reference: 16255.180208

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Myddelton & Major

49 High Street, Salisbury

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