Belle Vue Road, Salisbury
- Well presented and proportioned period house
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 reception rooms
- Bathroom; en suite shower room
- Attractive rear garden
- Detached double garage
Property SummaryAn appealing, newly renovated, period property with a double garage, in a popular residential area.
Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, laundry room, cloakroom, rear lobby, three double bedrooms, bathroom and en suite shower room. Rear garden and double garage.
64 Belle Vue Road is an appealing period terraced house, built at the turn of the last century, which has been the subject of a comprehensive programme of extension and renovation, and accordingly now provides well presented and stylish accommodation. A number of period features have been retained including deep skirting boards, a plaster arch with corbels, ceiling roses, picture rails and dado rails. The property also benefits from an attractive rear garden, a detached double garage and attractive views over Wyndham Park to the rear.
Belle Vue Road is well known as part of a popular network of residential streets which are a convenient and level walk from the city centre, which its excellent range of facilities – shopping, leisure, educational and cultural, as well as a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). The city also supports a twice weekly charter market and a well thought of Playhouse.
Approached from Belle Vue Road via a tiled path which leads to the painted, wooden front door. This is sheltered by a porch and opens into the:
Welcoming and spacious with an attractive plaster arch with corbels, dado rail, stairs to the first floor (with a useful area below for a desk etc) and doors to the kitchen/breakfast room and to the:
A well proportioned and light reception room with a large bay window to the front, with built in cupboards and shelving to both sides and a fireplace. Ceiling rose, dado rail and television point.
This has been well fitted with a good range of decoratively carved wooden units and oak worktops incorporating a 5 burner induction hob, with an extractor fan above, and a ceramic sink and drainer (with a mixer tap above). Built in eyeline electric double oven, built in dresser, space and plumbing for an American style fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. Cathedral stone flooring. An arch leads to the rear lobby and a passage with rooflights and a useful cupboard leads to the:
Whilst currently used as a study, this of a good size with space for a dining table and associated furniture. Painted wooden flooring, built in bookshelves and a dado rail.
With a door and window leading to the rear garden and doors to both the cloakroom and to the:
With space and plumbing for both a washing machine and a tumbledrier and window to the rear garden.
Fitted with a white suite of WC and basin (with a monobloc tap above). Obscure glazed window to the rear.
Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the first floor landing, with doors to all of the first floor accommodation, dado rail, built in wardrobe, rooflight and access hatch to the loft space (which has the potential to be converted to an additional fourth bedroom and en suite, under permitted development rights).
Being the principal bedroom this is a good sized double room with a large bay window to the front. Built in wardrobe, period, cast iron fireplace and a door to the:
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
Well fitted with a white suite of large, walk in, tiled shower cubicle, WC and basin (with a monobloc tap above). Window to the front and ladder style towel radiator.
A well proportioned double bedroom with a cast iron fireplace and a window to the rear.
Fitted with a white suite of panelled bath and a vanity unit with a concealed cistern WC, basin (with monobloc tap above) and cupboards. Shaver socket, obscure glazed window and ladder style towel radiator.
A further double bedroom with a window to the rear and built in wardrobes and bookshelves.
The front garden has been gravelled for ease of maintenance and well planted with mature hedging and shrubs. The rear garden has again been gravelled for ease of maintenance and has been separated into two terraces, with attractive, deep, brick built raised beds that have been well planted with mature flowering plants and shrubs. At the bottom of the garden is the DOUBLE GARAGE (measuring 16’10” x 15’), with electric power and light, electric roller shutter door and three rooflights.
Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available.
Band D. Charge for 2020/2021 – £2,015.63.
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By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.
Tel 01722 337575
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Our Reference: 19158.200924