A GRADE II listed house that has undergone a comprehensive modern conversion is on the market for a guide price of £1,650,000.

The four bedroom home on St Ann Street provides more than 5,000 sq ft of living space and combines the property’s original, historic architecture with contemporary design.

With a series of vaulted ceilings and arranged around a south facing wall-enclosed garden and terrace at the rear, the family home provides an abundance of natural light throughout.

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The current owner’s renovations have been planned to maximise the scope for flexible entertaining and family living, highlighted by a drawing room of more than 40ft in length.

In addition to oak floorboards throughout, the home has an extensive integrated Smart system controlling security, lighting, windows, blinds and sound/media system.

The bespoke kitchen, handmade by the renowned John Lewis of Hungerford, includes Fisher and Paykel integrated appliances, porcelain floor tiles, a walk-in larder and glass double doors onto the sheltered sunken terrace.

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The cinema/media room has a kitchenette and adjacent shower room, along with a glazed door onto a sheltered courtyard area – which could also work as a separate self-contained living space.

The principal bedroom suite occupies the southern wing of the property and includes a bedroom in excess of 26 ft in length, with wood-burning stove and vaulted ceilings.

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The en suite bathroom has a free-standing double-ended roll top bath, rain shower and double sinks, while the dressing room has fitted shelving, drawers and hanging space.

The property also boasts three additional double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room. The family bathroom has a rain shower and a free-standing roll top slipper bath.

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Matt Orchard, property agent at Savills in Salisbury, who is handling the sale, said: “The drawing room, kitchen and sitting rooms are what really makes this house for me.

"The space that it offers is exceptional, especially when you consider how close to the station and city centre you are. It's a real rarity and one not to be missed.”

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Viewings are strictly by appointment only. For more information, contact Savills Salisbury on 01722 426820.

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