Six apartments in central Salisbury just came on to the market, and they are 'beautifully crafted'. 

The new Royal Apartments development situated on numbers 9-11, Endless Street, consists of four two-bedroom and two one-bed room flats across two floors of the building.

To buy one of these leasehold properties, the guide price ranges from £215,000 to £280,000.

Endless street is multiple Grade II listed buildings that date back to the Georgian period, some even older, and is situated in the heart of historic Salisbury near Guildhall Square.

A secure video entry system is used to access the properties through the street entrance which leads straight to the first floor stairs.  

Each apartment has a separate entrance and a spacious open plan living room and fully fitted kitchen. 

Both the front and rear facing apartments benefit from great natural light, the former having large sash windows with double glazing and the latter rear facing apartments featuring huge picture windows. 

Accompanying these picture windows in the two bedroom apartments is a deep window seat with a view over the rooftops. 

The bedrooms are big enough to fit king size beds whilst still leaving space for more bedroom furniture. 

In terms of decoration, a Farrow & Ball palette has been used.

The stylish bathrooms deserve their own mention, with a 'polished pebble accent' and chrome towel radiators.  

Television points are fitted in all bedrooms, as well as of course the sitting rooms.

The flats are also extremely energy efficient with an EPC B rating. 

Salisbury Savills' Head of the Residential Development Sales Jane Kennerley said: “The Royal Apartments are a wonderful collection of homes that have been beautifully crafted for modern, city centre living.

"Not only are they superbly situated in the heart of Salisbury but they have been designed and decorated in such a way that really gives each apartment its own identity.”

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