Barnard Street, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A REFURBISHED, BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED two bedroom end of terrace Grade II listed cottage, with well proportioned accommodation arranged over three floors. ** GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING ** PRIVATE SOUTH-FACING COURTYARD GARDEN **


From our offices proceed towards the city centre passing the Market Square before bearing right into Brown Street. At the traffic lights turn left into Milford Hill and then right into Gigant Street. Proceed along here before turning left into Barnard Street and the property can be found after a short distance on the right hand side.


The property is a refurbished characterful end of terrace cottage situated within a popular location in the Chequers area of Salisbury within level walking distance of the city centre. The property has been refurbished to a high standard by the current owners and notable features include a wood-burning stove in the sitting room, engineered oak flooring throughout the ground floor, a new kitchen with an excellent range of units and a new bathroom with a four-piece suite. The accommodation comprises on the ground floor: a sitting room with a dining area and this leads through to a kitchen which has solid oak worktops, a door to the courtyard garden and stairs leading up to the first floor where there is a double bedroom currently used as a living room with a feature cast iron fireplace, a large bathroom which has a contemporary white four-piece suite including a clawfoot bath and which has exposed floorboards. On the second floor there is a further double bedroom with integrated wardrobes and full length eaves storage areas. The property further benefits from both secondary and double glazed wooden windows, gas fired central heating (boiler installed in 2014) and to the rear there is a private and attractive south-facing courtyard garden. The city centre lies approximately 5 minutes walk away and has an excellent range of cultural and shopping amenities including a mainline railway station serving London Waterloo.

House Specifics

The accommodation is arranged as follows, all measurements being approximate:

Timber front door to:

Sitting/dining room

5.62m x 2.85m (18'5 x 9'4 )

Engineered oak flooring, cupboard housing gas and electric meters and upgraded electric fusebox, two secondary glazed windows to front, exposed brick chimney breast with inset wood-burner, built-in cupboards and shelving to chimney recesses, radiator, space for table and chairs. Through to:


3.92m x 2.30m (12'10 x 7'6 )

Fitted with an excellent range of base and wall units with solid oak worktops and upstands, sink and drainer with mixer tap under window to rear, space and point for electric cooker, space for slimline fridge/freezer, original fireplace now providing storage area with shelving, part glazed door to garden, stairs to first floor with further storage cupboard under, engineered oak flooring.

First floor - landing

Door and stair to second floor.

Bedroom two

5.14m x 2.60m (16'10 x 8'6 )

Currently used as a living room. Two secondary glazed windows to front, feature cast iron fireplace with timber surround and mantel over, storage cupboard with shelving, radiator, TV point.


Fitted with a white four-piece suite comprising shower cubicle with waterfall shower head over, clawfoot bath, low level WC, wash-hand basin with cupboard under, exposed floorboards, part timber panelled walls, purpose built cupboard housing washing machine with oak worktop over, Valiant gas boiler (hidden behind shelving above washing machine), further linen cupboard with shelving, heated towel radiator, window to rear.

Second floor - bedroom one

4.51m plus depth of wardrobes x 3.27m (14'9 plus

Triple aspect with windows to front, rear and side. Two double radiators, fitted wardrobes and shelving along one wall, exposed beam work, under eaves storage areas.


To the rear of the property is a pretty, south-facing courtyard garden which is paved with a raised brick border. There is a useful covered seating and storage area, an outside tap and is fully enclosed on all sides by brick and block walling.


Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating to radiators.


The Council Tax Band is C and the payment for the year 2020/2021 payable to Wiltshire Council is £1791.68.

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