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5 bedroom flat for sale

Mill Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Guide Price £529,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Hall, Sitting room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Utility
  • 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
  • Courtyard garden, 2 Parking spaces

Full description

The Turret has been the subject of one of the best townhouse restorations the city has seen in recent years, and comprises the first, second and third floors of 62 Mill Road. Professional craftsman, expert in restoring period property, have come together to create something which must be seen to be believed.

This thorough and extensive refurbishment means that this iconic townhouse now boasts an imaginatively configured and impeccably well-finished home. Attention to detail has been meticulous throughout the work, and the quality of presentation is exemplary.

Attributes worthy of special mention include fabulous ceiling heights, restored cornicing and plasterwork, and bespoke and innovative joinery. Large timber-framed sash windows, courtesy of the original period townhouse, flood the rooms with light, and frame the view over city. Solid hardwood floors and plush new carpeting run throughout the house. Intelligent design has made use of every ounce of space here, and as such the property feels infinitely larger than the foot print might suggest. A handmade kitchen with an intelligent and 'funky' design is set off the hall, whilst the generous and bright drawing room flanks the other side. On the two floors above, a range of five bedrooms and three bathrooms complete the living space, and are all imaginatively worked out to make maximum use of the space available. This house must be viewed to truly appreciate what has been created here.

(The ground floor of the property comprises a
two bedroom apartment of similar standards).

This fantastic home is located in the heart of Salisbury, close to the railway station and Queen Elizabeth Gardens. 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 a level walk away and has a direct commute to London Waterloo in approximately 90 minutes. Queen Elizabeth Gardens is an extremely attractive park with grounds leading down to the River Avon and has views towards the Cathedral.
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 for boys
and South Wilts for Girls.

Number 62 is accessed directly off Mill Road, at the end nearest the railway station. Gates open into a driveway which continues through to a parking area to the rear. The Turret has two uncovered parking spaces. A separate pedestrian gate adjacent to the driveway gives access to the courtyard garden and front door of the property.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
06 October 2016

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