Salisbury

£345,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
18 Pembroke Road is a characterful 1920s semi-detached family home located on the western outskirts of the cathedral city of Salisbury within a hugely popular mature residential area close to good schooling, local amenities, the railway station and the city centre.

The property has the benefit of a large private sunny garden and a private drive with off-road parking for three vehicles. The drive to the side offers scope for further extension to the property either by enlarging the accommodation or adding garaging.

The extended accommodation is excellent in proportion with three reception rooms; a particular feature of this fine family home is the fabulous kitchen/family room arrangement which, overall, extends to about 24' in length and approximately 18' in width; the kitchen is well fitted with a generous range of cupboards and space enough to accommodate a large table, the family room is light and airy with a free standing Morso multi-fuel stove with exposed flue, built-in home cinema system with surround sound and French doors leading to the garden. The sitting room at the front of the house has a feature walk-in bay window and working open fireplace. There is also a sizeable utility room and cloakroom accessible off the family room

The first floor is light and airy with a good size landing, the master bedroom with bay window and fitted wardrobes, bedroom two has fitted wardrobes and bedroom three is a generous single bedroom approximately 9'x8'. The family bathroom is fitted with a modern suite.

18 Pembroke Road is offered for sale in good order with full double glazing and gas central heating to radiators. Characterful features include original picture rails, moulded architraves and skirting boards, some original and reproduction panelled internal doors. There is a variety of floor boards, ceramic tiled flooring and fitted carpets throughout the property.

Pembroke Road is located within easy reach of local amenities with three general stores, a post office, pharmacy and doctor's surgery nearby. The historic Cathedral City of Salisbury has extensive shopping facilities and a twice weekly thriving market. There is a choice of schools for all ages within and outside the city boundary. The theatre, arts centre and cinema are all located in the centre and there are a variety of leisure and recreational facilities nearby. Salisbury has excellent road links to London (A303) Southampton (A36) and Bournemouth (A338) and a trip to London, Waterloo, by train from the mainline railway station takes 90 minutes.

TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Tax Band D: £1,946.01 for year 2019/20. Gas central heating. Fully doubled glazed.

DIRECTIONS: From Salisbury city centre proceed in a westerly direction following the Wilton Road/A36. Continue to follow the road passing the Law courts on the right hand side. Continue and take the turning on the right just before Skew Bridge into Roman Road. After a short distance bear left onto Pembroke Road and No 18 will be found on the right hand side clearly identified by the Baxters for sale board.

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