Frederick House, Manor Road, Salisbury


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Victorian town house

2 reception rooms


3 Double bedrooms, Bathroom, Shower room

Garden and driveway

Frederick House is one half of a handsome Grade II listed Victorian town house, and was built in the late 19th Century. The building is constructed of red brick elevations under a pitched slate roof.

The house is full of period features, typical of the period, such as high ceilings, original pine internal doors, timber-framed sash windows, and a general feeling of light and space throughout. Although the property forms part of what was originally one house, the separation has been extremely well-designed meaning that Frederick House flows well and is configured to suit any purchaser.

The ground floor has a large hallway off which can be found a large and light reception room, a modern kitchen/dining room and the toilet. The kitchen itself is brand new and has bespoke fitted units, Neff slide and hide oven and built in microwave, integrated dishwasher, washer dryer, Induction hob and fridge freezer. French doors opening onto the terrace and garden. The bedrooms are all comfortable doubles, and both bathrooms are brand new and have been fitted out to a very high standard. The quality of finish throughout is extemporary, and the recent restoration has been carried extremely well.

Frederick House is located on the fringe of the centre of Salisbury, within easy walking distance of the heart of this historic city. Salisbury offers a wide range of shops, a thriving twice weekly market, theatre, city hall and cinema. The mainline railway station to London is also an easy walk away and has a direct commute to London Waterloo in approximately 90 minutes.

Salisbury is particularly noted for its outstanding

range of schools. Private schools include Chafyn

Grove, Salisbury Cathedral School, Leaden Hall,

and Godolphin. Salisbury has also retained its

Grammar schools, Bishop Wordsworth's and

South Wilts for Girls.

The house is approached from manor road and has a large resin bound driveway driveway with space for four or more vehicles. A side access joins the drive to the garden, which is principally laid to lawn with a stone terrace outside the kitchen. The garden is walled on all sides, and is a blank canvas ready for somebody design to their own tastes.

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