Lower Street, Harnham, Salisbury

£515,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A simply sensational period house with spectacular, substantial and versatile living accommodation amounting to c.1,825 sq ft.

Formerly a manor house dating back to the 16th century and believed to be divided in two in the 1960s. The house is not listed and has been much altered over the years and now has the appearance of a late Georgian or early Victorian house with red brick elevations under a slate roof. This charming home retains an abundance of period features such as exposed brick and ceiling beams. Of particular note is the beautiful sitting room/dining room with delightful views over the rear garden, an exposed brick Inglenook fireplace with a log burner inset and ample space for a dining table and chairs. There is a welcoming entrance hall, a high quality 18ft kitchen, drawing room with period shutters and sash windows, and a guest w/c which completes the ground floor. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom with a separate shower and bathtub. It is thought there is great potential to create an en suite to the principal bedroom. Externally, the rear garden has a southerly aspect with a lawn, well stocked mature borders and a seating area. The garden is surrounded by a brick wall and fences and can be enjoyed with a surprisingly good degree of privacy. To the front, there is a block paved driveway set behind a five bar entrance gate with off road parking for one vehicle.

Tenure: Freehold, with a small section of Flying Freehold

Set in an extremely attractive enclave in Harnham at end of Town Path near the Old Mill Hotel. The Town Path which provides a picturesque, traffic free walk or cycle through the famous water meadows to the historic city centre and Salisbury railway station, with spectacular cathedral views, as depicted by the renowned painter John Constable. There are many local facilities including a General Store and Post Office, Nursery, Infant and Junior Schools, a public house and various recreational areas. The local schools are excellent, with Bishop Wordsworth s and South Wilts grammar schools within easy reach. Salisbury has fantastic road links to London (A303), Southampton (A36) and Bournemouth (A338), as well as providing direct trains to London Waterloo from Salisbury mainline railway station (journey time approximately 90 minutes).

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