A charming 3/4 bedroom terraced period home located in the centre of Salisbury close to the Cathedral Close with a large garden.
This charming Grade II listed terraced home has well proportioned accommodation arranged over 3 floors with a kitchen/breakfast room with good storage, dining room and large sitting room on the first floor (which could double as a further bedroom). Three double bedrooms and two bathrooms complete the living accommodation. There is also a very useful study on the ground floor accessed via the utility/cloakroom. The property has a variety of attractive features including a number of fireplaces, original doors, two lovely bay windows to the front of the property off the sitting room and the back of the property off of the main bedroom. The owner has fitted plantation blinds to the majority of the windows which provides excellent privacy. Externally the property benefits from a wonderful walled garden which is a very good size due to the fact it widens toward the end. The garden is East facing and has a central path trimmed by an attractive flowerbed and a large lawned section. At the rear of the garden there is a graveled area which leads onto a large covered potting shed. In all an extremely charming period home in the very centre of Salisbury which should be viewed to appreciate.
Dining Room 13'4" x 10'8" (4.06m x 3.25m).
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 13'2" x 12'8" (4.01m x 3.86m).
Cloakroom/Utility Room 11'3" x 6'1" (3.43m x 1.85m).
Study 10'7" x 6'1" (3.23m x 1.85m).
Sittin Room/Bedroom 13'4" x 14'2" (4.06m x 4.32m).
Bedroom 1 12'10" x 14'2" (3.91m x 4.32m).
Bedroom 2 13'4" x 14'2" (4.06m x 4.32m).
Bedroom 3 12'10" x 7'5" (3.91m x 2.26m).
87 is situated about half way along Exeter Street facing the old city wall and with a view of The Cathedral. It is only a 5 minute level walk into the centre of Salisbury, an attractive market town centred around a traditional market square, but also offering a modern shopping centre, an excellent range of amenities including a cinema, arts centre, popular Playhouse Theatre and a good range of restaurants and bars. The coast is under an hour's drive to the south. For those who commute to work outside the area or make their way up to London from Salisbury on a regular basis, there are fast regular trains to London Waterloo from Salisbury station (from 85 minutes) and the A303 is only 15 minutes to the north of the City bringing the business centres along the M3 and M23 corridors within easy reach. There are excellent local schools at primary and secondary level close by. Bishops Wordsworth Grammar School is less than a 2 minute walk away.
Externally there is a larger than expected rear garden which has a good sized lawned section which is surrounded by a great variety of mature shrubs and plants. The property has a fully walled garden and widens around both its neighbouring properties creating a large external space. At the bottom of the garden there is a covered potting shed which provides excellent storage.
Band E. Amount payable 2017/2018 £2,075.93.
All mains services are available to the property.
Exeter Street is located on the southern side of the City running alongside the Cathedral Close and the old City walls with houses just along one side of the road opposite the Cathedral. Number 87 is approximately half way along the street.