Shaftesbury Road, Wilton

£333,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An impressive, period home with well-proportioned rooms and two off-street parking spaces.

Porch, entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility, ground floor shower room, three double bedrooms, bathroom, garden, outbuilding and off-street parking.

Built we believe around 1890, No. 54 Shaftesbury Road is an impressive, period property with good sized rooms and a very pleasant atmosphere within. The property benefits from generous ceiling heights, interesting period details, many attractive, original fireplaces and unusually for property in the centre of Wilton, the benefit of two, off street parking spaces in a tandem configuration.

The town of Wilton, the former Ancient Capital of Wessex, is a well thought of market town lying approximately 4 miles from the cathedral city of Salisbury. Steeped in heritage it provides a wide range of services for day to day living including well thought of doctors surgeries, a dentist, butchers, two convenience stores, a weekly market, cafes, hairdressers, an osteopaths, public houses, The Pembroke Arms Hotel as well as the impressive Palladium style Wilton House. There is a regular bus service as well as a Park and Ride service to the centre of Salisbury which has a wider range of shopping, educational, leisure and cultural facilities. The city also has a mainline station to London Waterloo, with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes. The city of Salisbury was voted the best place to live by The Sunday Times and also supports a twice weekly charter market and the well thought of Playhouse.

The house is set behind an area of front garden separated from the road by brick pillars and inset wrought iron railings and from here a chequered tiled path leads to the front door. This opens into the:

PORCH

A part glazed wooden door opening through into the:

ENTRANCE HALL

With exposed, period wooden floorboards and some chequerboard tiling. Dado rail, stairs to the first-floor landing, useful understairs storage cupboard and a door to the rear garden.

SITTING ROOM

A south facing and light room with a window overlooking Shaftesbury Road, exposed wooden floorboards and attractive, period dressers built into either side of the chimney breast. Telephone point.

DINING ROOM

A good size room with an attractive, original, period fireplace with pretty tiled slips. Exposed wooden floorboards and plenty of space for a dining table and additional furniture.

KITCHEN

With period, chequered tiled flooring and a window overlooking the rear garden, this is fitted with a good range of built in high and low-level, wooden fronted storage units. The wooden worktop incorporates a 1 bowl butler style sink and drainer unit with mixer taps over and a drinking water tap to one side. There is also a four ring, Neff gas hob. Built in electric Bosch oven, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and a tall fridge freezer. Wall mounted shelving, ceiling spotlights, tiled splashbacks and cleverly concealed, gas fired, Gloworm boiler for central heating and hot water.

UTILITY

With space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer set beneath a worktop with space for coats etc over. Tiled flooring with underfloor heating that continues through to the:

SHOWER ROOM

Well fitted with a white suite of low-level WC, wash hand basin and large walk-in shower cubicle. Attractive floor and wall tiling, heated towel rail, ceiling spotlights and extractor fan.

From the entrance hall the original staircase leads to the first-floor landing, here there is a hatch to the loft space. NB: Please note the bedrooms are listed in order of viewing rather than size.

BEDROOM 1

A generous double room overlooking the garden, this has a dado rail and some tongue and groove walling.

BEDROOM 2

Another spacious double room, this time with an attractive period fireplace and some built in shelving.

BEDROOM 3

A good size double room with a period fireplace.

BATHROOM

Of very good proportions and fitted with a white suite of low-level WC, pedestal wash basin and bath with shower over. Attractive tiled splashbacks, painted wooden floorboards and a built in airing cupboard with lagged hot water tank and slatted shelving.

OUTSIDE

To the rear of the property lies the garden, this is set out over two levels, the lower level is partly lawned with an area of paving closest to the house along with a separate, brick-built outhouse. There is side access to Shaftesbury Road and a substantial wooden storage shed. To one side of the garden steps lead up to a raised lawn, this is an ideal suntrap surrounded by mature shrubs with steps leading up to an area of tandem off-street parking and access to Victoria Road. Outside tap and external lighting.

SERVICES

Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are available.

BROADBAND

BT.com suggests that average speeds of 73Mb are available with Superfast Fibre 2 broadband through BT.

TENURE

Freehold

COUNCIL TAX

Band C. Charge for 2019/2020 - £1,667.62

POST CODE

SP2 0DR

TO VIEW

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

Tel 01722 337575

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Our Reference: 19003.190823

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