Myddelton & Major are pleased to offer for sale 39 St Ann Street, Salisbury, a substantial, terraced, period, townhouse with an asking price of £579,950.

Associate, Sarah Cull said: "This charming, mid-Victorian, terraced house still retains

Many of its original period details, but over the years has been cleverly modernised and updated and is now a welcoming and spacious family home with flexible accommodation, laid out over three floors."

Throughout the house there is original Victorian detail, such as panelled doors, cornicing, picture rails, ceiling roses, sash windows and fireplaces.

The property is set back from St Ann Street, behind a low wall, railings and a box hedge.

The front door opens into the entrance hall which retains the original plaster arch, corbels and a dado rail and has deep, understairs storage cupboards.

The siting room and dining room were originally two, separate rooms, but have been opened up to form an excellent, large reception room, which can still be divided if wished by full height, double doors.

At the sitting room end there is a period style, open fireplace with tiled slips, a wooden mantelpiece and surround.

On either side of the chimney breast are built-in bookshelves.

Natural light enters from a deep, bay, sash window which looks onto the small, front garden.

At the dining room end is another elegant fireplace (closed off) and on one side of this is an original display/storage cupboard.

There is plenty of space for a dining table and associated furniture and there is a window to the rear.

The cloakroom is fitted with a low level WC and wash hand basin.

The kitchen/breakfast room has a very good range of wall and floor units, with a

built-in, Belling, double oven, Hotpoint induction hob (with extractor hood above), Beko dishwasher and Belling fridge/freezer.

There is a 1½ bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above) and ample room for a table and chairs. There are also two windows to the side and a door leading

through to the garden room.

This is a useful addition to the house providing excellent, extra reception space and also serving as a utility room, with a stainless steel sink and drainer unit and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.

There are also further, low level storage cupboards, a roof light and glazed, double doors (with matching windows) to the rear garden.

From the entrance hall the original staircase, with newel post and spindles, leads to the first floor landing.

The bathroom is fitted with a white suite of WC, wash hand basin, bidet and bath with a wall mounted Mira shower.

Bedroom one, at the rear of the house, is a double bedroom with views over the rear garden.

Bedroom two is another double bedroom with an original, cast iron fireplace with painted surround and mantelpiece and a window to the rear.

Bedroom three is the principal bedroom of the house and is extremely spacious with a most attractive, period fireplace with tiled slips and hearth, a marble surround and mantelpiece.

From the first floor landing, stairs lead up to a half landing (where there are storage cupboards and a roof light) and then on to a second floor, where there is a full height, built in hanging cupboard.

Bedroom four was recently converted from two rooms into a well-proportioned, light and airy room, with two, cast iron fireplaces and surrounds, as well as an

Original, wall mounted gas light (not working).

There is also a hatch to the roof space (which we understand is boarded) and a door to the en suite shower room which has a concealed cistern WC, wash hand basin set into a useful storage unit and a curved shower cubicle.

Outside and approached from the garden room, the secluded rear garden (which is walled) has two paved areas for sitting out and an area of lawn with well planted, mature edging beds with numerous bulbs, flowers and shrubs.

Across one end of the garden is a large workshop/shed with electric power and light.

A shared pathway leads from the garden via a lockable gate to St Ann Street.

St Ann Street is known as one of the most architecturally interesting streets within Salisbury city centre, consisting primarily of period properties of various eras, all contributing to a delightful street view which leads down to Salisbury's wonderful Cathedral Close.

Within a level walk are most of Salisbury's excellent facilities - shopping, educational, cultural and leisure as well as a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes) as well as a well thought of playhouse and a twice weekly charter market.

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