Castle Road, Salisbury

£775,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
An impressive, detached, Edwardian house with numerous period details and a large attractive rear garden.

Entrance hall, cloakroom, drawing room, sitting room, kitchen, breakfast/family room, utility room, 6 bedrooms, study/7th bedroom, 3 bath/shower rooms, ground floor kitchenette. Established gardens, off street parking and double garage.

Built in 1904, No 70 Castle Road is an impressive period home, classic of its time. Built by the Church Commissioners, the property has numerous period details including high ceilings, deep skirting boards, a tessellated tiled floor, the original staircase, fireplaces, dado rails, picture rails and plaster cornicing. Part of the house could be used as a separate living space for dependent relatives etc.

Castle Road is well known in the city as being a very good residential area, there is ready access to open spaces and walks such as Victoria Park, Hudson s Field, the English Heritage site of Old Sarum and the countryside beyond. There is good access to Five Rivers Leisure Centre, Waitrose Home store, local convenience stores etc., whilst the city centre offers a wider range of shopping, educational, leisure and cultural facilities. Highly regarded Grammar schools and primary schools are within walking distance. Salisbury mainline railway station is also within walking distance with frequent trains to London Waterloo, journey time approximately 90 minutes. Salisbury supports a highly regarded Playhouse and twice weekly charter market.

The house is set behind a front garden with mature trees and shrubs. The front path leads to the impressive, solid wooden front door with stained glass detail above.

ENTRANCE LOBBY

With an attractive tessellated tiled floor and part glazed door to the entrance hall. Space for coats and boots.

CLOAKROOM

Fitted with a white suite of low level WC and Heritage wash hand basin with taps over. Extractor fan.

ENTRANCE HALL

Well lit by a deep, first floor window. Stairs to the first floor landing, a door to the rear lobby, attractive period radiators.

DRAWING ROOM

A very attractive and light room with large windows overlooking the garden and an impressive, open fireplace with marble surround and stone hearth. Four wall light points, television point and built in bench seating with storage below.

KITCHENETTE

Fitted with a good range of high and low level storage units with a built in Beko dishwasher and a worktop incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer taps over. Four ring, propane gas fired, Lamona hob.

SHOWER ROOM

Fitted with a white suite of low level WC with a concealed cistern and a wash hand basin set into a vanity unit. Large shower cubicle with Aqualisa mixer shower. Extractor fan, wall mounted, Dimplex electric heater and attractive tiled floor.

SITTING ROOM

An atmospheric room with open fire and an impressive period wooden surround, hatch to breakfast room, television and telephone points and a built in dresser with display shelves.

REAR LOBBY

With a door to the drawing room, door to the rear garden and a deep under-stairs storage cupboard.

BREAKFAST/FAMILY ROOM

With a deep window overlooking the rear garden and fitted with some of the original built in cupboards and a large log-burner set onto a slate hearth. Display shelving.

KITCHEN

With glazed double doors opening onto the garden and fitted with a good range of high and low level storage units with a granite worktop incorporating a Stoves five ring gas hob with matching extractor hood and a sink unit with mixer taps. Space and plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a tall fridge/freezer. Wooden flooring and a door to the utility room.

UTILITY ROOM

A practical space with room for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Built in shelving, hatch to a loft space, butler sink (with tiled splash back and taps over) and a door to the garden. Very useful and large built-in pantry cupboard.

From the entrance hall, the original staircase with attractive newel posts and spindles leads to the light and open first floor landing. Built-in airing cupboard with pressurised hot water tank.

SHOWER ROOM

Fitted with an enclosed shower cubicle with mixer shower and attractive tiling. Tiled floor.

BEDROOM ONE

A good sized double bedroom with a sash window overlooking the rear garden.

BATHROOM

Of good proportions and fitted with a white suite of pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and a roll top, claw footed, freestanding bath with taps over. Period style towel radiator and attractive tiled floor.

BEDROOM TWO

A light double room overlooking the front garden, this has a wash hand basin with tiled splash backs, mirror and Linolite above.

STUDY/BEDROOM SEVEN

With a window opening onto a small roof terrace, this could be used as a single bedroom or as a study.

BEDROOM THREE

A large double room overlooking the front garden, this has a wash hand basin set into a vanity unit with tiled splashback, mirror and Linolite above. Original built in double wardrobe. Telephone point.

BEDROOM FOUR

With a deep window overlooking the rear garden, this is another large double bedroom with a wash hand basin set into a vanity unit with granite surround and lights above.

From the first floor landing the staircase continues up to the second floor with views of the city including the Cathedral.

BEDROOM FIVE

A single room built into the attic space, this has sloping ceilings with two Velux roof-lights and some eaves storage space.

BEDROOM SIX

Also built into the attic space, a good sized double bedroom with sloping ceilings, two Velux roof lights and eaves storage space.

OUTSIDE

To the front of the property is an area of garden, this is predominantly lawned with mature edging, shrubs and trees. There is a generous area of off street parking to one side of the property and the double garage. To the rear of the property, and completely enclosed, is a large garden with an attractive wisteria growing across the rear of the property. There is a spacious raised terraced area, ideal for eating out and a small pond with edging beds, the remainder of the garden is laid mainly to lawn with a large vegetable bed, mature trees and two large storage sheds. Greenhouse, further garden store, outside tap and external lighting.

SERVICES

Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are available.

BROADBAND

BT.com suggests that maximum speeds of 16Mb are available with broadband through BT.

TENURE

Freehold

COUNCIL TAX

Band G. Charge for 2019/2020 - £3,243.35.

POST CODE

SP1 3RL

TO VIEW

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

Tel 01722 337575

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