3 bedroom apartment for saleSalisbury
Guide Price £435,000
- Impressive two storey appartment
- 3 bedrooms
- Bathroom and en-suite WC
- Large kitchen/breakfast room
- 2,060 sq ft of accommodation
- Private off street parking
Full descriptionConverted in the late 1980's, 4 Blackmore Museum forms part of the original Salisbury Museum which is listed Grade II as an important example of a purpose built museum, which was founded in 1864 by W. Blackmore. The building was especially designed by John Harding and opened in 1869. It is built of brick and stone dressings in the gothic style and during the conversion, great lengths were taken to retain and make the most of the numerous period features. The interior has a very impressive hammer beam roof with painted and gilt detail wall and ceiling beams. The property has recently been further enhanced in a very sympathetic and stylish fashion by the current owners. The result is a very generous proportioned, light and airy home, which is quietly situated right in the heart of the city.
St Ann Place is tucked away just off St Ann Street, which forms part of the original Medieval chequer system of Salisbury.
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