A rare opportunity to purchase a CHARACTER FAMILY HOME in a LARGE GARDEN in probably the BEST ROAD in Salisbury.
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From the city proceed south along Exeter Street, over the roundabout into Newbridge Road. Proceed through the traffic lights onto the Coombe Road and at the mini-roundabout turn right into Bouverie Avenue. At the top the road bears left into Bouverie Avenue South where the property will be seen on the left hand side.
Dating from 1925, a detached family home, still with original character features, set in about a third of an acre with ample parking and distant views. Planning permission has been granted for an extension (19/00282/FUL) and there is still further potential for a substantial addition (subject to permissions) to create a stunning home.
Character features include floorboards, fireplaces, picture rails and servant's call box. Gas central heating is by radiators and there are double glazed windows throughout.
Bouverie Avenue South is probably the most sought after road in Salisbury with its wide, tree-lined avenue, large houses and gardens, within walking distance of the city and surrounding countryside.
The accommodation is arranged as follows, all measurements being approximate:
Stairs to first floor with cupboard beneath.
Low level WC and wash-hand basin, quarry tiled floor.
5.33m x 4.87m max (17'5" x 15'11" max) Work surfaces with inset single drainer sink unit and mixer tap over, cupboards and drawers below, wall mounted cupboards. Space and plumbing for dishwasher, electric cooker point. Double doors to garden. Hatch to:
2.95m x 2.92m max (9'8" x 9'6" max)
Door to outside, larder cupboard.
8.28m x 4.47m (27'1" x 14'7") Windows on all four sides with floor to ceiling windows to rear with double doors to garden. Original tiled fireplace with inset living flame gas fire, TV points. Door to:
4.56m x 4.24m (14'11" x 13'10") Original brick open fireplace with triangular grate, double cupboard to side with leaded glass doors.
5.53m x 3m (18'1" x 9'10") Morso wood-burning stove. Door to:
5.92m x 2.76m (19'5" x 9'0") Stable door to rear garden and door to front garden. Hatch to insulated and part boarded loft housing high pressure water tank.
First floor - landing
5.97m x 3.58m (19'7" x 11'8") Built-in wardrobes, oak strip flooring, access to eaves storage cupboards.
4.24m x 3.28m (13'10" x 10'9")
3.66m x 3.04m (12'0" x 9'11") Built-in wardrobe and deep storage cupboard housing the gas boiler for central heating and hot water.
3.22m x 2.28m (10'6" x 7'5") Deep built-in wardrobe.
3.22m x 2.28m (10'6" x 7'5") Recently fitted with white suite of panelled bath with mixer attachment, low level WC, wash-hand basin and bidet. Heated towel rail.
Shower cubicle with electric shower and wash-hand basin.
Low level WC and wash-hand basin.
Up and over door, light and power.
The property is approached through brick pillars leading to the large gravelled parking area, with mature flowerbeds, shrubs and majestic beech trees. Hedging and fencing to all sides. Pedestrian access gates lead to both sides of the property. On the north is a log store and brick built tool shed. The rear garden has a large paved terrace with wide steps leading down to further terrace and lawn, flowerbeds, shrubbery and rockery. Outside the utility room is a decked area with steps down to the lawn. Further wide steps lead to the main lawn which is surrounded by shrub borders with paved paths to all sides, mature hedging beyond. The whole extends to about one-third of an acre. There is an outside power socket, lighting and hot and cold taps.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property.
The Council Tax Band is ‘G’ and the payment for the year 2018/2019 payable to Wiltshire Council is £3,243.35.
In accordance with Section 29 of the Estate Agents Act, a personal interest is declared.