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Bedrooms: 4
Conveniently located within a short walk of the city centre, 3 The Crescent is a characterful 1920s semi detached family home positioned at the end of a private no-through road, surrounded by mature trees.

This fine town house has many original features including stripped panel doors, fireplaces, picture rails, moulded architraves, door casings and surrounds and is offered for sale in extremely good order throughout; central heating is provided via a mains gas fired boiler to radiators and the property is fully double glazed. The light and airy accommodation is well planned, spacious and arranged over three floors.

The ground floor offers a large welcoming reception hall from which access is gained to a comfortable sitting room with full height bay window and log burning stove. The large kitchen/dining room is on two levels; on the upper level, the kitchen is well equipped and fitted with a good range of cabinets and natural slate worktops. The lower level, double aspect dining room is open plan to the kitchen with full width bi-fold doors leading to a sunny deck and garden. Also off the hallway is a ground floor cloakroom. The first floor has a spacious landing with the main bedroom, 2 further bedrooms, family bathroom and access to a second staircase leading to an impressive triple aspect bedroom with en-suite and stunning views across the city, cathedral and countryside beyond.

To the front of the property is private parking for 3 vehicles. There is a private side access leading through to a lovely mature garden offering a high degree of privacy. The garden is extremely well maintained with a variety of established flower beds and shrubs, carefully planted screening and two seating areas. A particular feature of the garden is the bespoke hand built garden room/office which is fully insulated with solid wood flooring, double glazed doors and windows, power and light and internet connection. Attached to the rear of the garden building is a large secure shed/store.

The Crescent is located a short walk from the centre of the historic cathedral city of Salisbury and the mainline railway station; there is a general store nearby. The city has extensive shopping facilities, a twice weekly market and a good range of cultural, social and educational amenities including restaurants, theatre, arts centre, cinema and Wiltshire College & University Centre. There are a variety of state and private, primary and secondary schools within and outside the city boundary and the property is within walking distance of both the girls and boys grammar schools. Both Laverstock Down and the Clarendon Way are easily accessible. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Health & Wellbeing Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club, recreation ground and three tennis clubs. Salisbury has good road links to London (A30/A303/M3), Southampton (A36), and Bournemouth (A338); the mainline railway station (approx. 25 minute walk) serves London, Waterloo (journey time 90 minutes) and the West Country.

TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council Tax Band: C - £1,873.56 for year 2021/22. All mains services connected. Gas Central Heating. Fully double glazed.

DIRECTIONS: From the city centre proceed along Milford Street and turn left at the traffic lights into Rampart Road, take the second turning to the right into Hill View Road and continue straight ahead into The Crescent, number 3 is the penultimate property with parking opposite.

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