Coombe Road, Harnham

£289,995

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An attractive three/four bedroom Edwardian house boasting accommodation spread over 1,000 square feet and still retaining most of the original features making this a truly wonderful opportunity for the next owner to enjoy. Some particular points to mention would be the 70ft rear garden, loft conversion offering a fourth bedroom or simply office space as it is currently used for and the two reception rooms with high ceilings. There is real scope for the next owner to extend if they so wish so we would highly recommend an internal viewing to look at the opportunities this has to offer.

Approach

Walk through the gate and down the path to the impressive frontage with the characterful integral storm covered porch. To the front of the house is a small garden area, perfect for a lawn, pots and plants.

Entrance Hall

Lovely Edwardian hall way with the original decorative archway before the stairs rise to the first floor. Doors lead of to both the sitting room and the dining room.

Sitting Room

12' 2'' x 12' 8'' from the chimney recess into the bay (3.71m x 3.86m)

Beautifully decorated room with original features including the ceiling rose, picture and dado rail and the wooden flooring. The central focus of the room around the impressive fire place.

Dining Room

12' 2'' x 18' 8'' (3.71m x 5.69m)

Double doors lead out to the rear garden and a window to the side which give this room a light and airy feel and then a door leads through to the kitchen and also the under stairs space.

Kitchen

12' 1'' x 8' 7'' (3.68m x 2.61m)

A wide galley style fitted kitchen with matching wall and base units and integral electric oven and hob. There is space for the washing machine, dishwasher and a full height fridge freezer. Door then leads through to a walk in utility area with access to the cloakroom. Door also leads out to the side patio space.

Utility

4' 5'' x 3' 3'' (1.35m x 0.99m)

Double wall cupboard, work surface with space below and window to the rear

Cloakroom

Tiled floor, low level WC and wash-hand basin and window to the side.

1st Floor Landing

Spacious landing with doors to bedrooms one, two, three and the family bathroom.

Master Bedroom

14' 6'' x 12' 8'' from recess into the bay(4.42m x 3.86m)

Impressive room with Bay window to the front and original fire place still in situ. Stairs rise to the 2nd floor, currently used as an office.

Bedroom Two

12' 1'' into recess x 9' 0'' (3.68m x 2.74m)

Window to the rear and feature fire place.

Bedroom Three

8' 7'' x 6' 9'' plus deep recess (2.61m x 2.06m)

Window to the rear.

Family Bathroom

Suite comprising of a bath with a mains mixer unit over, wash hand basin and WC. Window to the side aspect.

Second Floor

11' 7'' x 11' 4'' (3.53m x 3.45m)

The stairs rise from the master bedroom into the first lobby of the roof space. From here there is double trap door opens into the remainder of the roof space which is perfect for storage as it is currently used or could be converted into more liveable accommodation subject to the necessary approval etc. From here, there is a door that takes you to the main room where you have two Velux windows and additional storage to the front eaves.

Outside

To the rear is an extensive garden stretching some 70ft with a number of different entertaining area. The rear garden is completely enclosed and also benefits from a gate giving access to the front.

Direction

Proceed out of Salisbury via Exeter Street, continue straight over the roundabout onto Newbridge Road. Follow this road straight through two sets of traffic lights heading towards the A354 Blandford Road. As you go over the mini roundabout, the property can be found on the right hand side.

Location

The property is situated in the popular area of Harnham within walking distance of the historic cathedral city of Salisbury. Local facilities include a Marks and Spencers food shop at the nearby garage on the Downton Road and a Nisa general store a little further on. Harnham Primary school is located in Hollows Close, only a short walk away. Salisbury has extensive shopping facilities, a thriving market and a good range of social and educational amenities including restaurants, theatre, arts centre, cinema and both state and private primary and secondary schools within and outside the city boundary. Leisure and recreational facilities include the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club and recreation ground and three tennis clubs, one of which is close by). Salisbury has good road links to London (A303) Southampton (A36) and Bournemouth (A338) and a mainline rail service to London, Waterloo (90 minutes) and the West Country.

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Oliver Chandler

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