St Ann Street, Salisbury

£595,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A double fronted town house, Listed Grade II, in Salisbury s most architecturally interesting street.

Sitting room, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room, four bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms, good size walled garden and residents permit parking.

This is an attractive double fronted house, which is Grade II Listed and is described by the Royal Commission of Historical Monuments as being of brick walls and a tiled roof, dating from the first half of the 18th Century. The front façade offers no clues as to the amount of accommodation behind and throughout the house there are many appealing period details.

St Ann Street is well known as one of the most unspoilt and architecturally interesting streets in Salisbury s city centre. The excellent range of shopping and leisure facilities in Salisbury are all within a short and level walk, as is the famous Cathedral. The city is well served with a range of both private and state schools, and there is a mainline railway station with trains to London Waterloo, journey time approximately 90 minutes.

The solid wooden front door opens into the:-

SITTING ROOM

A light open-plan room with two exposed brick chimney breasts, one open and the other with a woodburner. Some exposed timbers, two sash windows to the front, fitted cupboards and bookshelves. Television point, telephone point and stairs to the first floor.

CLOAKROOM

With a wash hand basin, WC and extractor fan. Large built-in cupboard for coats etc, tiled floor and panelled walls.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM

This is a large L shaped room, which naturally divides into two areas, at the dining end is built-in seating, which is very useful for storage. The kitchen area has a fitted range of high and low level storage units with beech worktops and a 1 bowl Belfast sink with mixer taps. Space and electricity supply for a range cooker with an extractor hood over, space for an undercounter fridge, washing machine and dishwasher. Quarry tiled floor, brand new wall mounted Worcester Comfort RF gas fired boiler (with a 5 year guarantee) for the domestic heating and hot water, double glazed doors and two windows out to the rear garden.

From the sitting room, stairs lead up to the first floor landing where there are some exposed timbers and a front door entry system.

BEDROOM 1

Being the principal bedroom, this is a well proportioned L shaped room with two sash windows overlooking the rear garden. Television and telephone points and a door to the bath/shower room. Fitted wardrobes.

BATH/SHOWER ROOM

Stylishly fitted with a large tiled shower cubicle with a Grohe shower, WC and wash hand basin set into a marble top vanity unit with a mixer tap above and cupboard under. Second door to the landing, painted wooden floorboards, half height panelled walls, towel radiator, shaver point, extractor fan and roof-lights.

BEDROOM 2

A light double bedroom, one wall has been exposed to reveal the original timber and brick work, and there is a period fireplace with a pretty cast-iron inset in the corner. The window overlooks St Ann Street. Built-in wardrobe.

BEDROOM 3

Another light double bedroom, with fitted bookshelves and a range of built-in cupboards and a fitted wardrobe. The sash window overlooks St Ann Street.

The light and airy staircase, with a rooflight and built in shelving, leads on up to the second floor landing, where there is some eaves hanging and a useful cupboard.

BEDROOM 4

A further double bedroom, with a secondary glazed dormer window that overlooks St Ann Street. Telephone and television points.

BATHROOM 2

Again stylishly fitted with a roll top claw foot bath (with a mixer tap and hand held shower attachment above), WC and a wash hand basin. Fitted cupboard, laminate flooring and a secondary glazed dormer window that overlooks St Ann Street.

OUTSIDE

The rear garden is completely walled, very pretty and well stocked with a number of mature shrubs, bushes and trees. A path leads round the side of the house to St Ann Street. Outside tap and a garden workshop with storage, electric power and light.

SERVICES

Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available.

BROADBAND

We understand from BT.com that Broadband Speeds of up to 80MB are currently available through BT.

COUNCIL TAX

Band E. Charge for 2018/2019: £2,294.77.

TENURE

Freehold

POST CODE

SP1 2DX

TO VIEW

By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 2PD.

Tel 01722 337575

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