Lower Road, Salisbury


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A well presented, detached house, with generous living accommodation and a south-facing, walled garden.

Entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, dining room, utility room, ground floor cloakroom, three double bedrooms and bathroom. South-facing, walled rear garden and driveway.

Red House Cottage has an interesting history, having formally been the servants block and stable for a now demolished manor house. The property now provides well-proportioned and presented accommodation over two storeys, with an attractive, mainly south-facing, walled garden and off-road parking secured by electric gates.

Lower Bemerton s origins were as a small hamlet, with a pretty parish church, lying outside of the cathedral city of Salisbury. It is now effectively the western edge of the city and is a short walk, drive or bus ride away from the city centre. Salisbury has an excellent range of facilities shopping, leisure, cultural and educational, as well as a mainline train station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). Salisbury also supports a well thought of Playhouse and twice-weekly charter market.

The front door opens into the:


Welcoming, with the stairs to the first floor, (a useful understairs cupboard and shelving. Doors to the dining room, ground floor cloakroom and to the:


This is a good-sized room with a real flame gas fire set into a stone fireplace and hearth with a wooden surround and mantel piece. Natural light enters from the glazed, double doors (with matching windows to both sides) to the rear garden as well as from a large window to the front. Television and telephone points.


Well fitted with a vanitory unit containing a concealed cistern WC, wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above) and useful cupboards. Tiled splashbacks, extractor fan and obscure glazed window.


A well-proportioned room with plenty of space for a dining table and associated furniture. Detailed cornicing, window to the front, cupboard containing the electric meter and fuse board and a door to the:


This has been well fitted with wood effect worktops and cream, painted, wooden low and high level storage units. 1 bowl, Franke, stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above), Neff electric hob (with extractor hood above), Neff single electric oven, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a fridge/freezer. Television and telephone points, tiled splashbacks, window to the rear and a door to the:


Fitted with worktops and storage units matching those in the kitchen, with space and plumbing for both a washing machine and a tumble drier. Wall mounted, Potterton Performa System HE gas fired boiler for the domestic heating and hot water. Useful cupboard, space for coats etc. Door and window to the rear.

NB: Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the:


Giving access to all of the first-floor accommodation. With a window to the rear, a good range of built in bookshelves and a cupboard (containing the Gledhill unvented hot water cylinder).


This is well fitted with a panelled bath (with a mixer tap and wall mounted shower above), a WC and a vanitory unit with a wash hand basin and useful cupboards. Tiled splashbacks, loft access hatch, towel radiator, extractor fan and Keylite roof light.


Being the principal bedroom, this is a good-sized double, with two built in wardrobes, two windows to the rear and window to the front. Television and telephone points.


This is a well-proportioned double bedroom with a window to the rear and an access hatch to the loft space.


Another double bedroom, with a window to the front and a built-in cupboard (containing a heated rail).


The secure, predominately south-facing rear garden is completely enclosed by a brick wall, with a timber pedestrian gate giving access to Hadrians Close and electric, double timber gates leading to the parking area. The garden has been divided into various areas, with two areas of patio, a newly turfed lawn and deep flower beds with a mixture of climbing plants, shrubs and flowering plants. Large, timber workshop (measuring 12 x 10 and with electric light and power), space for a large greenhouse. Outside lighting and tap.


All mains services are available.


BT.com suggests that maximum speeds of 44MB are available with fibre broadband through BT.




Band D. Charge for 2018/2019 - £1,877.54.




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

Tel 01722 337575


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Our Reference: 17421.181102

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Myddelton & Major

49 High Street, Salisbury

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