St. Marks Road, Salisbury


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  • Bedrooms: 4
An appealing, unspoilt, well proportioned, period townhouse, located in a popular residential location.

Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen, dining room, garden room, utility room, pantry, two cloakrooms, four double bedrooms, bathroom, en suite shower. Residents permit parking and a south facing garden.

29 St Marks Road is an unspoilt, impressive and appealing semi-detached townhouse, believed to date from the early 1880 s. It is built of red brick elevations beneath a slate tiled roof, providing well proportioned accommodation laid out over four storeys and with delightful, far reaching views over the city and of the Cathedral spire. The property retains a wealth of period features, including single glazed sash windows on the rear elevation, detailed cornicing, ornate plaster ceiling roses, deep skirting boards and a plaster arch with corbels. The long, south facing rear garden is a particular delight, and has been hard landscaped for ease of maintenance, with deep, well planted flower beds.

St Marks Road is convenient for the centre of Salisbury (via a pleasant walk through The Arts Centre grounds) where there is an excellent range of facilities shopping, educational, leisure, cultural as well as a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). There are a number of excellent schools also within an easy walk, including both fee-paying and grammar schools. Salisbury has also recently been voted as the best place to live by The Sunday Times.

The property is approached from the road via a paved path, steps lead to the wooden front door, this is sheltered by a porch and opens into the:


Welcoming, with stairs to both the first floor and the lower ground floor. Plaster arch with corbels, deep skirting boards, sash window to the side, window to the rear and a door to the:


Originally two rooms and now naturally divided by an arch, this is of a very good size, with a woodburner set on a slate hearth. Detailed cornicing, ornate plaster ceiling roses, deep skirting boards, dado rail, bay sash window to the front, window to the rear, wiring for wall mounted, Hi-Fi speakers, television and telephone points.

From the entrance hall stairs lead down to the lower ground floor. Here there is a useful understairs cupboard (with slatted shelving), a barred, sash window to the side, doors to the cloakroom, dining room and to the:


Of a good size, with a painted over and barred sash window, this is fitted with a good range of shelving. Space for a freezer.


Well proportioned with a bay sash window to the front lightwell and a cupboard built in to one side of the chimney breast (currently blocked). Clay tiled floor (that continues into the kitchen), glazed doors to the kitchen and television point.


Fitted with a good range of tiled worktops incorporating a double, composite, Franke sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above) and an excellent range of bespoke wooden high and low level storage units, with a matching built in dresser and cupboards to both sides of the chimney breast. A gas fired Aga stands within the chimney breast, two burner gas hob, wall mounted, gas fired grill and De Dietrich electric oven. Telephone message. Door to the utility room and glazed, double doors to the:


Of good proportions and light, with a quarry tiled floor and wooden, double glazed doors (with matching windows to both sides) to the garden.


With a good range of worktops with a ceramic, single butler sink and space and plumbing for both a washing machine and a tumble drier. Tiled splashbacks, space for coats and boots etc and single glazed windows to both the garden room and the garden.


Fitted with a WC and a vanity unit with a wash hand basin and cupboards below. Decorative tiled splashbacks, cupboard with the recently installed, gas fired, Worcester boiler for the domestic hot water and heating and an obscure glazed window.


With the stairs to the second floor (and a small cupboard below), sash window to the side and doors to all of the first floor accommodation.


The principal bedroom, this is a good sized double room with a period, cast iron, fireplace and built in hanging and shelving to one side of the chimney breast. Window to the rear with a view of the spire, telephone point.


A double bedroom with built in hanging and shelving and a sash window to the front.


Well fitted with a suite of panelled bath (with a mixer tap and wall mounted, shower above), WC and wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above). Obscure glazed, sash window to the front, towel radiator, mirror fronted, wall mounted, medicine cabinet (with a shaver point) and an airing cupboard (with a lagged hot water tank and slatted shelving).


With useful cupboards on the half landing, access hatch to the loft space and doors to the second floor accommodation.


A double bedroom with built in wardrobes and shelving, eaves storage and a UPVC, double glazed, dormer window to the rear.


A further double bedroom with built in wardrobes and shelving, eaves storage and a UPVC, double glazed, dormer window to the front. Door to the:


Fitted with a tiled shower cubicle and an extractor fan.


Fitted with a WC and a vanity unit with a wash hand basin and a useful cupboard below. Light with a shaver point and obscure glazed sash window.


To the front, the property is separated from St Marks Road by a low level brick wall, with inset wrought iron railings and gate. A side access, shared with the adjoining property, gives secure access to the rear garden through two wrought iron gates. The south facing, long, rear garden is a particular delight and has been hard landscaped for ease of maintenance and separated into two rooms by block paved terracing, with Lakeland stone steps. There are deep, attractive, well designed and planted beds containing mature trees, shrubs, climbing and flowering plants including a plum tree and a russet apple tree. Further paved, circular terrace for sitting out, ornamental pond, good sized block built, timber clad shed and brick built log store. The rear garden is enclosed by an attractive brick and flint wall, timber, close boarded fencing and mature hedging. Residents permit parking.


Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are available.


Band E. Charge for 2019/2020 £2,378.46.



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