Rectory Road, Salisbury


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  • Bedrooms: 3
An attractive, period, town house, located in a very popular residential location.

Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, ground floor WC, three bedrooms and bathroom. Front courtyard, rear garden and residents on-street parking.

47 Rectory Road is a classic example of a late Victorian town house built of red brick elevations beneath a tiled roof, providing well-presented and proportioned accommodation with period features such as dado rails, picture rails and decorative plaster, cornicing and ceiling roses. The property also benefits from a south-facing rear garden which has been hard landscaped for ease of maintenance, with raised beds containing mature shrubs and planting.

Rectory Road sits in the centre of the cathedral city of Salisbury and is well known as being a very popular residential area. There is level access to the excellent range of shopping, educational, leisure and cultural facilities and also to the mainline station which has trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). Salisbury also supports a well thought of playhouse and a twice weekly charter market.

The property is approached from Rectory Road across a stone paved path that leads to the front door which is sheltered by a storm porch. This opens into the:


Welcoming and spacious with the stairs to the first floor (with a useful cupboard below), dado rail, built-in book shelves and doors to the dining room, kitchen and to the:


This is a well proportioned and light room with a wide bay window to the front and a gas fire set into a cast iron fireplace with tiled slips. There are cupboards with display shelving above to both sides of the chimney breast. Decorative plaster cornicing, plaster ceiling rose, picture rail and telephone point.


Of a good size with plenty of space for a dining table and associated furniture. Cast iron fireplace with tiled slips and hearth, built in cupboards and display shelving above to both sides of the chimney breast. Double doors to the garden, picture rail and decorative ceiling rose.


This has been well fitted with a good range of worktops and white painted wooden high and low level storage units with an inset ceramic butler sink (with mixer tap above and drainage channels cut into the worktop on both sides). Built-in, eye-line, Neff double oven, Neff four burner gas hob (with extractor above), space and plumbing for both a washing machine and a slimline dishwasher and space for a free-standing fridge/freezer. Wall mounted Worcester 28CDi gas-fired boiler for domestic heating and hot water, linoleum floor and a door to the:


This is a useful addition to the house with space for a breakfast table if required. Tiled floor, double doors leading to the garden and a door to the:


Fitted with a WC, linoleum floor and obscure glazed window.


Spacious, with doors to all of the first-floor accommodation, a hatch to the loft space and a dado rail.


Being the principal bedroom, this is a good sized and light double bedroom with two windows to the front and a cast iron fireplace with wardrobes built into both sides of the chimney breast.


Another light double bedroom with a window to the rear, a cast iron fireplace, built in wardrobe and telephone point.


Well fitted with a suite of panelled bath, separate tiled shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin. Half height tiled walls and splashbacks, obscure glazed window and a towel radiator.


Another light double bedroom with a window overlooking the garden, and telephone and television points.


To the front is a small area of stone paved courtyard, screened from the road by a mature Hydrangea hedge, with space for bins etc. The rear garden is of a good size, faces due south and has been hard landscaped for ease of maintenance. There is clay paving to the side of the property, stone paving immediately to the rear of the property and a gravelled area beyond. Deep raised beds contain a good mix of mature shrubs and flowering plants and the rear garden has been enclosed by timber close boarded fencing, with gate inset giving access to the passage at the rear (which leads back to Rectory Road for refuse and bicycles etc). Outside tap and space for a shed. We understand that the property also qualifies for the Residents Permit Parking Scheme.


All mains services are available.

BROADBAND suggests that maximum speeds of 80MB are available with fibre broadband through BT.




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




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

Tel 01722 337575


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Our Reference: 14541.180918

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49 High Street, Salisbury

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